Do you have the skills and experience to work with voluntary groups and communities to ensure their voices are heard in challenging times as the Island develops a whole integrated system for Health and Wellbeing services?
This role will focus upon supporting voluntary and community groups to influence the significant review and restructuring of health and well-being services on the Island which will take place in 2017
It will also involve supporting on-going public engagement events and activities
The successful person will:
Have a minimum 2 years’ experience of working in partnership with a range of organisations, including statutory/voluntary sector & community groups
Have communications and engagement experience and ideally experience of hands on working with communities on local service issues
Hours: 3 days per week (flexible) for fixed term of 12 months
Salary: Pro rata of £22,000 full time equivalent
The role can either be undertaken as an employee of Community Action IW or as a self-employed consultant.
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