Interviewer Required for 12-month Project with Book of You
Posted on 22 Feb 2022
Book of You are looking for a reliable person to work as a Data Collector as part of our 12-month SBRI – Healthy Ageing Social Ventures Project.
Our apps enable people to create digital multimedia life story books. Over the course of the last 11 years, these ‘books’ have been enjoyed by many different people, for example older people (including those living with dementia) who want to share their life story with grandchildren, young adults with a learning disability, veterans, and residents of towns who come together to create shared ‘community books’.
From spring 2022 for 12 months, with support from SBRI, we will be improving and expanding our current technology to include exciting new possibilities for improving wellbeing and social opportunities, including the possibility of live chat and online social hubs. These will be tested by residents in local extra care settings and their experiences will be measured and analysed. We are looking for a Data Collector to visit these extra care sites several times over the duration of the project, building a relationship of trust, conversing with the residents one-to-one, asking questions and completing questionnaires with them about their experiences using the app including their observations and suggestions for improvement. All data collected will be anonymised and the questionnaires will then be passed on to our analysts.
Pay will be £10 an hour with travel expenses on top paid at 45p per mile. A tablet computer will be provided for the duration of the project and full training and support will be given. You will be independent/self-employed and not an employee of Book of You to maintain impartiality.
What we need from you:
An interest in the experience and needs of older people and social tech solutions would be an advantage. The ability to speak Welsh would be preferred but not essential. Current DBS certificate is essential on starting the post.
To find out more, or to register your interest, please contact Kathy on 01492 555381 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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