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ICPCS SUPPORT WORKER

ICPCS - Help & Care

  • Based: home-based working within Bournemouth East Locality Surgeries with access to hot desk in Help & Care Offices
  • Salary: £19,627 to £22,186 per annum
  • Hours: Full-time 37 hours per week

Do you have experience providing information, support and practical guidance in coping with the now and preparing for the future?

As the ICPCS Support Worker you will be working with patients either within GP surgeries or at patients’ own homes.

Applicants should have excellent interpersonal skills and have sound administrative skills. You will be part of a supportive team, working closely with your peers, reflecting on practice, and have opportunities to work closely with clinical teams in the provision of our ‘non-clinical’ support.

Improving life for people with health conditions through coaching and self-management is an area of growth as set out in the 5 Year Forward View NHS England. This is an exciting time of development of the service as we look to expand our support offer within Primary Care.

If you feel that you can support this project we would like to hear from you.

Application Form - Word format      Application Form - PDF

 

 

Job Advert

Covering Letter 

Job Description

Person Specification

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

 

 

Monday, 12th August 2019

 

 

Thursday, 22nd August 2019

WESSEX VOICES COMMUNICATIONS AND PROJECT ADMINISTRATION COORDINATOR

WESSEX VOICES

  • Based: Help & Care’s Head Office in Bournemouth, with occasional travel across Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
  • Salary: £17,487 to £18,935 per year, pro-rata £8,743 to £9,467 for working part-time 18.5 hours per week 
  • Hours: part-time 18.5 hours per week, with flexible working
  • Contract: Fixed term until March 2021

This is an exciting opportunity for someone, who can provide effective communications support and coordination for the Wessex Voices team to enhance public and patient involvement (PPI) activities carried out by NHS England. 

You will have experience of creating content for social media, writing, editing leaflets, reports and online content as well as promoting healthengagement opportunities and the outcomes of Wessex Voices’ related PPI activities. You will work with a diverse range of people, including seldom heard groups.

We are looking for someone to provide coordination support to the team and oversee the project administration to ensure the smooth and efficient running of team activities, while working proactively to ensure high quality communication and engagement through all aspects of the Wessex Voices work programme.

This is an exciting and wide-ranging role for someone with the energy and passion to help shape health services.

If you feel that you can support this project we would like to hear from you.

Application Form - Word format      Application Form - PDF

 

 

 

Job Advert

Covering Letter 

Job Description

Person Specification

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

 

 

 

Sunday, 4th August 2019

 

 

 

Monday, 12th August 2019

HEALTH COACHING ROLES - DORSET 

Personalised care is a nationally championed approach to care and support for people based on what matters to them and their individual strengths and needs. NHS England describe this as enabling people to have choice and control over their health, care and lives. It is a core component of the approach to care and support in Dorset, as described in the Our Dorset programme (ICS).

We are expanding our dedicated workforce and looking for people who work in a person-centred way, have excellent interpersonal skills and thrive on building relationships.

JOB ROLES AVAILABLE:

Senior Coordinator

  • Based: Office based in Bournemouth, Pokesdown (working in Bournemouth, Poole & East Dorset area, with travel across Dorset as required)
  • Hours: Full time 37 hours per week 
  • Salary: £23,635 to £26,214 per annum

Self-Management Coaches

  • Based: West, Mid & East Dorset - Home-based
  • Hours: Minimum Part-time 22.5 hours per week over 3 days to Full-time 37 hours per week over 5 days available 
  • Salary: £19,626 to £22,889 per annum (pro-rata £11,935 to £13,918 for working part-time 22.5 hrs per week)

Link Workers

  • Based: across Dorset – Home-based
  • Hours: minimum Part-time 22.5 hours per week over 3 days to Full-time 37 hours per week over 5 days available
  • Salary: £18,254 to £20,344 per annum, pro-rata £11,100 to £12,371 per annum for working part-time 22.5 hours per week

Link Workers - Office Based

  • Based: Office based in Pokesdown, Bournemouth
  • Hours: Full-time 37 hours per week 
  • Salary: £18,254 to £20,344 per annum

For all these roles a driving licence and use of own vehicle is required - work related travel expenses are reimbursed at 45p per mile. 

An enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) police record check in relation to adults is required for these roles. 

These are exciting opportunities for people who work in a person-centred way, have excellent interpersonel skills and thrive on building relationships. 

Completed application forms should be emailed to hrsupport@helpandcare.org.uk.

Application Form - Word format      Application Form - PDF

 

 

 

 

 

Advert

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Senior Coordinator

Job Description

Person Specification

Self- Management Coaches

Job Description

Person Specification

Link Workers

Job Description

Person Specification

Link Workers - Office based

Job Description

Person Specification

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, 2nd August 2019

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, 14th August 2019 and Friday, 16th August 2019

VOLUNTARY NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS (NED) - CHAIR, FINANCE, INCLUSION & DIVERSITY

HEALTHWATCH HAMPSHIRE

Passionate about health and care?

Healthwatch Hampshire seeks Non-Executive Directors to join our Board, including a Chair, a Non-Executive Director for Inclusion and Diversity, a Non-Executive Director for Finance and others with relevant expertise.

Our staff team is small and so our Board members play a more active role than a typical NHS Non-Executive Director. They have a variety of backgrounds and expertise and we are open to a range of applicants. The Board would benefit from people with experience and/or knowledge in one or more of these areas:

  • Co-production / patient and public engagement
  • Influencing at a strategic level to leaders and policy-makers
  • Adult social care, including care at home
  • Physical disability
  • Mental health, learning disability, autism
  • Health inequalities and the wider determinants of health
  • Management of not-for-profit organisations
  • Communications, both traditional and digital

For at least some places on the Board, we hope to appoint people who along with their other qualities bring personal experience of receiving health or social care either themselves, or as carers or family members.

Non-Executive Directors receive no salary; expenses are paid.

If you feel that you can contribute in this way, we would like to hear from you.

 

 

 

Additional Information

Generic NED Role Profile

Chair Role Profile

NED Finance Role Profile

NED Inclusion & Diversity Role Profile

NED Person Specification

Code of Conduct

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

 

 

 

CLOSED - Friday, 28tJune 2019

 

 

 

W/C 8th July 2019

VOLUNTARY LOCAL LEADERSHIP BOARD MEMBER

HEALTHWATCH WILTSHIRE

Healthwatch Wiltshire is an independent champion for people using local health and social care services in Wiltshire. We listen to what people like about services and what they think could be improved and share their views with those with the power to make change happen. We also share them with Healthwatch England, the national body, to help improve the quality of services across the country. Our sole purpose is to help make care better for people living in Wiltshire.

The Local Leadership Board takes collective responsibility for providing excellent and representative leadership for Healthwatch Wiltshire. 

The role is open to Wiltshire residents who have a strong interest in, and commitment to, improving Health and Care services in the county. Ideally, though not exclusively, the role is suited to individuals who have a working knowledge or experience in health and/or social care and some knowledge of how these services operate in Wiltshire.

Board members need to have excellent communication skills and to be strategic thinkers, with the ability to assimilate and analyse information. They are expected to exercise discretion, tact and diplomacy and have an empathetic and considerate approach to others.

If you feel that you can contribute in this way, we would like to hear from you.

 

 

 Advert

Covering Letter 

Role Profile

Person Specification

Terms of Reference for Local Leadership Board

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

  

 

CLOSED - Sunday, 23rd June 2019

  

 

Tuesday, 2nd July 2019

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