ICS Co-Production Assistant

Reference

160671

Job Type

Part Time

Industry

Administration, Charity / Voluntary, Health / Nursing, Marketing, Operations, Other, Social Care, Training

Location

Flitwick

ICS Co-Production Assistant
Ref: 462
Salary: £22,000 FTE (Actual salary: £12,486.49 per annum)
Hours: 21 hours per week
Contract type: Fixed term to March 2023
Working base: Flitwick
Covering: Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes

This role will involve working with the Project Development Manager (I&P lead) at the charity and other partners in order to help facilitate and embed a co-production approach to the commissioning and delivery of services in the area in order to reduce health inequalities.

The successful post holder will provide administrative support to the Integrated Care Services Project and will be a part of engaging people and communities to help drive awareness.

Job Description

Service Delivery

  • To be responsible for co-ordinating the charity’s co-production forum focusing on reducing health inequalities across the organisation.
  • To assist with collating information and for the development of strategy, best practice guidelines and the development of a suite of training resources and courses.
  • To be responsible for general administration duties that may include minute taking, room bookings, meeting coordination, management of budget for reward and recognition, lunch and refreshments etc.
  • To be responsible for attendance at meetings across the charity that operate as co-production forums for a wide range of physical and mental health conditions and challenges.
  • To assist with the promotion and awareness raising of the ICS co production strategy.

Experience

  • Experience working with people with mental health needs
  • Experience of coordinating projects, data collation and general administrative duties
  • Establish and maintain constructive working relationships with a wide range of people
  • Understanding of co-production and service user engagement
  • Voluntary sector experience

Skills, abilities, understanding and knowledge

  • Effective planning, reporting and problem-solving ability
  • Strong people management skills
  • Effective and confident delivery of presentations and report
  • Good communication, motivational and negotiation skills
  • Conducting meetings, identifying actions and solutions and generation notes
  • Good IT skills (MS Outlook, Word, Excel internet, databases and reporting systems)
  • Good literacy and numeracy skills
  • Understanding of the wellbeing needs of people with mental health needs, including those from culturally diverse communities
  • Valid driving licence and access to a car for work (or equivalent)

Closedown: 5pm on Thursday 19 May 2022
The right is reserved to close this advertisement early if they receive a high volume of suitable applications.

This charity has been annually assessed and approved as a Mindful Employer and Disability Confident Employer (previously ‘Two Ticks’) since 2008.

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