Work for us
Our organisation is committed to working towards a society where dementia is wholly understood and accepted. We want to ensure that all local people living with or affected by dementia are fully supported throughout their journey.
Dementia Support is a small local charity based in Tangmere near Chichester and where our state-of-the-art Hub, Sage House, delivers a wide range of vital services under one roof providing the latest support, information, advice and activities to those living with Dementia and their carers.
If you are interested in joining our high performing team and want to help us to deliver quality services, then we would be pleased to hear from you.
Corporate Partnerships & Community Fundraising Manager – Full time, £29,909 per annum
This is an exciting new role in a young and dynamic charity who have big plans and ambitions to support people living with dementia in an unprecedented way. We are looking for someone equally dynamic, with proven experience, to work in our fundraising team. Having launched our brand new £1m Wayfinder Appeal earlier this year, we are looking for a Corporate Partnerships & Community Fundraising Manager to develop and deliver a corporate and community fundraising strategy. We want someone who will identify opportunities to grow income through new and existing partnerships in order to realise the overall goals of the charity. To apply, download an application form and email to email@example.com. You can also view the full job description here.
Closing date: 12 noon 13th September Interview date: 18th September
Apprentice Professional Cook (intermediate level) £10,400 per annum full time, fixed term for 12 months
Are you looking for help in starting your career? Do you want to learn key business skills whilst making a difference to the local community? Then we have an opportunity made for you! Download details here.
Apprentice Business Administrator (Advanced level – £10,400 per annum full time, fixed term 18 month
An apprenticeship is a flexible role where the work is wide-ranging. You will undertake and complete various aspects of the Advanced Apprenticeship scheme e.g. regular study day; working with an assessor to develop a work-based portfolio within specified time frames. For more details click here.