Age Concern Hampshire needs dedicated people to join the diverse range of roles available across our Centres, Offices and Services, across the County.

We offer a stimulating, happy and supportive environment in which to work, with many of our staff with us for ten years or more. All of our employees have access to extensive training resources for their development and a competitive salary.

Age Concern Hampshire is registered under the Data Protection Act 1998 and personal information is not disclosed to anyone outside the organisation.

Our current vacancies are : (Please click on the links below to find out more and how to apply)

Information and Advice (I&A) Manager - Winchester, SO23 8BG

Relief Support Workers / Drivers / Passenger Assistants - Various locations and hours

Administration Assistant - Part Time - Winchester. SO23 8BG

Advice Session Supervisor - Part Time - Winchester, SO23 8BG

Please contact recruitment@ageconcernhampshire.org.uk for a job description and person specification for any of the above roles.

Please complete our attached application form as it is essential to apply for any of the above positions.

Please email your application form to recruitment@ageconcernhampshire.org.uk or post it to Age Concern Hampshire (FAO HR Dept), 2nd Floor St Georges House, 18 St Georges Street, Winchester,SO23 8BG

Working with Age Concern Hampshire

Everyone employed by Age Concern Hampshire is expected to be familiar with, and work in support of our objectives and values.

Age Concern Hampshire’s object is “to promote the relief of older people in any manner which is now or hereafter deemed by law to be charitable, in and around the historic County of Hampshire”.

Our vision is that getting older is a positive experience, where all older people are respected, valued and are able to make informed choices.

Our mission is tohelpolder people increase their independence, knowledge, income, wellbeing and sense of purpose. We will do this by:

  • Providing access to a range of services to support the needs identified by older people within Hampshire;
  • Ensuring that appropriate information and advice is available, and
  • Providing a caring and supportive community to ensure older people, their carers and families achieve a better quality of life.