Data Entry and Monitoring Officer, part time- 21 hours per week
“Working to tackle social isolation and loneliness among older people.
Through participation in the programme, older people will be reconnected to local networks and their involvement will strengthen their communities and improve their wellbeing.”
Camden is one of only 14 areas in England delivering an innovative 6 year Big Lottery funded programme of support for isolated older people. Ageing Better in Camden is a local partnership of statutory, voluntary and private agencies and older people led by Age UK Camden.
Data Entry and Monitoring Officer, pro rata - 21 hours per week
Ageing Better Camden is looking for a Data Entry and Monitoring Officer to take the lead on collecting, entering and collation of the data required across the programme. We are looking for a dynamic self-starter who can take ownership of the data and ensure we are getting the most from it.
The post holder will be responsible, along with our evaluation and delivery partners, for collecting a range of data and entering this onto local and national evaluation databases. This will require a substantial amount of data entry by the postholder.
The post holder will support the Programme Manager in the production of quarterly monitoring reports for the Strategic Programme Board and will also be responsible for supporting delivery partners in the collection of data and use of the database.
AUC offers a contributory pension, and a season ticket or bicycle loan facility. The post is based at Tavis House, Tavistock Square with easy access via Euston and Kings Cross main lines or Russell Square tube.
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Closing date - 9am 28th March 2019
Interviews – 4th April 2019
No agencies, no CVs.
Age UK Camden (Registered Charity No. 293446) is committed to being an equal opportunities employer and is an accredited London Living Wage employer.