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Healthwatch St Helens Communication and Engagement Officer Vacancy

22/08/2017

Healthwatch St Helens Communication and Engagement Officer (Part time 28 hours)

Salary (£21,159) pro rata salary £18,721

26 days holiday plus bank holidays (pro rata)

Halton and St Helens VCA wants to employ someone who can support and develop Healthwatch St Helens through the provision of an information and communication service to ensure that the views of patients, the public and local communities inform the development of local health and social care services.

Duties include:

  • Assist Healthwatch members and the general public across all sectors to have a voice to ensure that Healthwatch St Helens has a significant influence on healthcare provision and social care services within St Helens. 
  • To use social media and other appropriate methods to promote the work of Healthwatch and to recruit new members and volunteers. 
  • Develop the Healthwatch St Helens website providing consistent and up to date information on the work of Healthwatch. 

You will need to be able to communicate effectively and confidently both orally and in writing and have a good working knowledge of Microsoft office and content management systems.

For more information and application form, please see the attached documents below. Please note, CV's will not be acceptable for this role.

Closing date:  midday on Friday 8th September
Interviews: will take place on Friday 15th September.

Halton & St Helens VCA is an equal opportunities employer and complies with the Equality Act 2010.

Registered charity number:  1106001

Downloads

covering_letter_2017.doc

healthwatch_st_helens_communication_and_engagement_officer.doc

vca_application_form.docx

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