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Sensory Hub Officer (Hearing Loss)

  • Full time or Part time
  • £25,408 – £31,570
  • Glasgow – hybrid working
  • Closing 24th October 2022


  • Advertised from 3rd October 2022
  • Permanent, 35 hours per week (part-time will be considered)

Role

The Sensory Hub Officer (Hearing Loss) forms an integral role within a dynamic team at The ALLIANCE – The Sensory Hub.

The post holder will have the ability to develop and strengthen relationships across the Scottish deaf and hearing loss sector and engage with the wider sensory sector. The role requires skill in working to your own initiative, as part of a wider team and the ability to manage competing priorities across a range of strategic policies and outcomes. The post holder will be a skilled coordinator and experienced networker. The ability to produce information, produce high quality reports, engage with research-led practice and to promote a rights-based approach across the sensory field is essential.

As an ALLIANCE employee you will benefit from generous annual leave entitlement, enhanced maternity and sick pay, time off in lieu, learning and development opportunities and a bike to work scheme. The ALLIANCE is a healthy working lives employer and encourages a healthy work life balance and is happy to talk about flexible working.

Application notes

For an application pack please see our website at alliance-scotland.org.uk/blog/jobs/sensory-hub-officer-hearing-loss-2 or contact HR at hr@alliance-scotland.org.uk.

The successful applicant must be able to travel throughout Scotland at times as the need arises. A flexible approach to working hours is therefore essential, as occasional additional hours and overnight stays may be required.

Closing date for applications is 9:00 am on Monday 24 October 2022.

About the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland

The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE) is an independent Scottish Charity funded by a grant from the Scottish Government. Our vision is for a Scotland where people of all ages who are disabled or living with long term conditions, and unpaid carers, have a strong voice and enjoy their right to live well, as equal and active citizens, free from discrimination, with support and services that put them at the centre.

The ALLIANCE has three core aims; we seek to:

  • Ensure people are at the centre, that their voices, expertise, and rights drive policy and sit at the heart of design, delivery and improvement of support and services.
  • Support transformational change, towards approaches that work with individual and community assets, helping people to stay well, supporting human rights, self-management, co-production, and independent living.
  • Champion and support the third sector as a vital strategic and delivery partner and foster better cross-sector understanding and partnership.

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