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  • Based: Croydon

Are you passionate about health and care? Do you want to see services meet the needs of those who use them? Do you have senior level management experience of not-for-profit organisations?

Healthwatch Croydon, your local champion for health and social care, is looking for new voluntary Board Members for a new local leadership board.

As a Board Member, you will have a responsibility for contributing to policy and strategic direction, helping define goals and targets as well as evaluating performance. You would also represent Healthwatch Croydon at key meetings and help influence change in services based on insight reports.

We are looking for people with relevant expertise and a commitment to want to see better outcomes in health and care for the residents of Croydon. Ideal candidates will be strategic thinkers, who can analyse complex information, formulate strategy and plans of action. You also need to be a team player, being both a good listener and be able to speak up on issues that you feel are important. It’s also a role where you need to be able to weigh up arguments and be politically astute.

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





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Friday, 30th November 2018







  • Based: Healthwatch Wiltshire office in Trowbridge, with flexible working
  • Salary: £23,172 to £25,700 per annum
  • Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week

Healthwatch Wiltshire is the local independent champion for health and care services. From improving services today to helping shape better ones for tomorrow, we listen to the views and experiences of Wiltshire people and use these to influence decision-making.

We are looking for a Healthwatch Officer – Volunteering and Partnerships Lead to support local Healthwatch volunteers in the community. This will require the post holder to take a lead role in developing a range of local volunteering opportunities and roles, including the recruiting, training and managing of local Healthwatch volunteers. Applicants will need experience in networking and partnership building, supporting volunteers and community groups, have the knowledge and practical experience of community involvement methods as well as proven experience of leading and developing projects

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

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Monday, 10th December 2018 (by 12 noon)




Wednesday, 19th December 2018

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