England, United Kingdom (Hybrid)
£43,764.00 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description
  • Permanent
  • Salary £43,764.00 per annum
  • Full time (37.5 hours/5 days per week)
  • Flexible working options will be supported
  • Central London Office and Hybrid working to be supported

We offer a pension scheme with employer contribution up to 10%, in addition you’ll receive 28 days holiday in addition to bank holidays, 24 hours access to a comprehensive employee assistance programme, cycle purchase and season ticket loan scheme and other benefits.


About us

The Centre for Ageing Better is an independent charitable foundation, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.

The Centre for Ageing Better creates change in policy and practice informed by evidence and works with partners across England to improve employment, housing, and to combat ageism. We believe that more people living longer represents a huge opportunity for society and we want everyone to live a good later life. But changes are needed so more people are in good health, are financially secure, are socially connected, and have a sense of meaning and purpose in later life. We have set out a bold ambition to do more on all these fronts.

We are striving to create an organisation that reflects our society and the communities we serve. A workplace where everyone feels empowered and where diversity of background and thought is celebrated. We know there is more work to be done and are committed to continuing to improve our practice around Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion.

We very much welcome applications from minority groups and those underrepresented in our workforce. This especially includes people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQ+ people, and Disabled people.

We are a Positive Action employer, therefore in recruitment where two candidates are ‘as qualified as’ each other, we will favour a candidate from any group identified as currently underrepresented in our team based on protected characteristics as outlined in the Equality Act 2010.


About the role

The Impact Manager will play an instrumental role in implementing and refining our approach to impact measurement and project management, helping to ensure we remain focused on impact and outcomes in all our work.

You will support staff to use project management processes and to develop impact measurement frameworks. You will also support project governance and lead on the reporting of impact and outcomes data.


About you

The successful candidate will be experienced and knowledgeable about developing and implementing impact measurement and project management approaches.

You will be highly collaborative and will be confident in supporting and advising colleagues. You will be committed to continual improvement and finding ways to improve and refine our processes.

You will have a proven record of being able to work to tight deadlines, managing your time and prioritising your work. You will be comfortable using your initiative to solve problems. You will be passionate about equity and tackling the inequalities that prevent people from having a great later life.

To apply please send application form in Word format (no CVs) Please answer the three competency-based questions on the application form as fully as possible to demonstrate why you should be shortlisted for interview for this post. Failure to do so will result in your application being automatically rejected.

The closing date for this role is 5pm on Monday 13th June 2022, with in-person interviews to take place on Wednesday 29th June 2022.

Please complete the Equality and Diversity form below and return alongside your application form.

More about Centre for Ageing Better

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Refreshed on: 03 June 2022
Closed date: 13 June 2022 at 17:00
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