Household Support Fund Coordinator
Age UK Notts
Vacancy – Projects and Insight Officer – 30 hours per week
Hours:Part time: 30 hours per week
Holidays:26 days plus Bank holidays (pro-rata)
Contract Type:Fixed term: 3-month interim position, with the possibility of extension
Location:Based from Byron Business Centre, Hucknall with requirement for regular homeworking
Healthwatch Nottingham & Nottinghamshire is the local independent patient and public champion. We hold local health and care leaders to account for providing excellent care by making sure they communicate and engage with local people, clearly and meaningfully and that they are transparent in their decision making.
We gather and represent the views of those who use health and social care services, particularly those whose voice is not often listened to. We use this information to make recommendations to those who have the power to make change happen.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join our organisation working as part of our Evidence and Insight team. Working closely with the Programme and Insights Manager, the successful applicant will collate and synthesize insights on our Access database from a range of sources, as well as recording and monitoring actions on health and social care issues. This is a key role in helping to inform decision-making about our priorities and activities.
You will also analyse data and produce performance reports through our database, monitor the impact and outcomes of the work of HWNN, design effective surveys, analyse the results and share findings through reports and presentations to bring the voice of service users to commissioners and providers.
You will also inform and advise to ensure the organisations compliance with data protection obligations as Data Protection Officer for HWNN.
This is an exciting time to join the organisation as the health and social care system in which we are part of is in a period of substantial change. As Projects and Insight Officer, you will assist us in ensuring that local voices are at the heart of decisions around change.
The successful applicant will be required to commit to our approach to valuing diversity and equal opportunities.
If this sounds like you, please send your application without a delay, giving a particular attention to the criteria as set out in the job description and person specification with examples of how you meet the requirements of the role.
How to apply:
We warmly welcome applications from individuals from all of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire’s population groups and diverse communities.
A Job Description, Person Specification and an application form for this post and further information about our work are available by visiting hwnn.co.uk/vacancies
Please note: Only completed application forms will be accepted. Please do not send a CV.
If you would like to discuss this role in more detail, please contact Hester Kapur – Programme and Insights Manager on 07940 736996.
Closing date for applications: 9am Tuesday 13th September 2022
Interviews will be held on 21-23rd September 2022
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