Would you be interested in working for an organisation that values your wellbeing?
Do you possess strong relationship-building skills and experience working with diverse audiences?
We are teaming up with a leading health charity in the UK to recruit a Patient Education Officer. Joining the Patient Education Team, you'll play a crucial role in delivering the charity's Patient Education Programmes.
Type: Permanent, Full-time, or Part-time
Hours: Flexible, with options for full-time (35 hours per week) or part-time
Location: Hybrid/Remote or Office-based in Hatfield (Optional)
Attendance: Required at the office in Hatfield 4 times a year
This position provides the flexibility to choose between full-time or part-time hours, accommodating your schedule. You can opt for a hybrid/remote work arrangement or work from the office in Hatfield if you prefer. Additionally, you'll be expected to attend the office four times a year for team or company meetings.
- Pay and Progression: Employees are fairly assessed, considering living costs and market benchmarks.
- Training and Development: Scheme aids role progression, with allocated training budgets.
- Financial Assistance and Study Leave: Available for eligible employees.
- Wellbeing: Events focus on mental health, upheld by Wellbeing Policy and Employee Assistance Programme.
About the role:
Joining the Patient Education team, you will play a central role in delivering Crohn's and Colitis Patient Education Programmes. You will collaborate with historically under-served groups to ensure the active involvement and inclusion of individuals with lived experience of Crohn's and Colitis in program development and delivery. Additionally, you'll engage with historically under-served communities to create customised Patient Education activities complementing the flagship programme.
To be considered you will have the following:
- Experience working with a wide range of audiences.
- Experience developing and delivering meaningful and creative educational content.
- Excellent relationship building skills with experience working with a range of internal and external stakeholders, including suppliers and healthcare professionals.
- Knowledge of barriers and inequalities that prevent people accessing health information, including the impact of health and digital literacy.
- Experience delivering meaningful co-production, user involvement and user testing.
- An awareness of the importance of processes and procedures whilst maintaining a flexible approach.
The deadline for applications for this role is 29th February.
Interview's will take place on the 11th March
We are reviewing CVs as they come in. Please contact email@example.com or call 020 7198 6000 to discuss this opportunity further.
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.