With funding from the Big Lottery Reaching Communities Programme, the Beth Johnson Foundation (BJF) is launching a community project in Stoke which will enable adults aged 50 and over to creatively explore how to improve their health and wellbeing.
We are a Health Literacy Friendly organisation, seeking ways to improve peoples’ access to the information they need to enable them to make positive decisions about improving their health. We think that digital technology has a role in this so we will, with the help of volunteers, deliver training that enables people to use the apps that are available to promote self-care.
We will also deliver positive ageing sessions for people to understand what they can do to protect their health and how they might manage existing conditions.
We are looking to set up a motivated and enthusiastic team who have an understanding of the health needs of local people and who have the skills and experience to initiate and drive this project forward.
Closing date for applications: 15th February, 5pm
Interview date: 27th February 2019
Application pack to download:
Healthy Generations Project Information
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Healthy Generations Co-ordinator Job Description
Healthy Generations Co-ordinator Job Specification
Healthy Generations Application Form
Equal Opportunities Letter
Equal Opportunities Form
Job Specification FileDownload Job Spec. (.docx)
- Contact: Angela Tunnicliffe
- Tel: 01782844036