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Information and Engagement Officer - EXPIRED

Job Title Information and Engagement Officer - EXPIRED
Contract Type Contract
Location London
Salary £23k per year + pro rata
Job Published 17 Jun 2016
REF 56431DW
Contact Name OS Perm Team
Contact Email officesupport@tpp.co.uk

Job Description - EXPIRED

A fantastic NFP health consumer champion are seeking a Information and Engagement Officer on a part time basis (4 days per week) to their office in West London on an 8 month fixed term contract. You will be an enthusiastic community engager who is ready to make a role their own while maintaining a strong administrational organised approach and share a real passion to make a meaningful impact.

Established to play a pivotal role in promoting the interests of local residence, this organisation have ambitious plans to implement effective and pragmatic plans to make a real difference to services on a national and local level.

You will demonstrate your key abilities and passion for this role through how you maximise information. Be it through utilising, updating and analysing new or old data, through to developing your own survey techniques to drive impact forward. Your input and opinion will play a key role in senior decision making. Using your key existing insight in the Health sector will benefit you in bridging the gap between key stakeholder engagement and allow you to use a creative approach to define the way forward. Your creation and implementation of an annual outreach plan will show high levels of proven communication ability.

With a real passion for events and maximising partnership, volunteer opportunities this role would provide you the perfect blank canvass to see direct change that would take full advantage of your previous experience in a similar role.

To apply for this Information and Engagement Officer, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 56431DW. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

Ref: EXPIRED - 56431DW | Published: 17th Jun 2016