Engagement Officer - Social Care

+ Quarterly Attendance Bonus

Our client, a national charity supporting people living with disabilities, are seeking to appoint a Community Engagement Officer to develop a range of communication strategies between them and a diverse national network of organisations and individuals from seldom heard communities.

You will posses a minimum of three years’ experience of working with people in a health and/or social care context.

  • Home based with occasional travel to Lenton and the ability to travel within England when required
  • £18,821 per annum + quarterly attendance bonus
  • 37.5 hours per week - Monday to Friday between 8.00am and 6.00pm

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work as part of the Public Engagement Network Team
  • Develop and promote the Public Engagement Network
  • Identify local and national data sets, evidence and sources relating to seldom heard communities
  • Collate and analyse quantitative and qualitative data, and other sources of relevant evidence and information to provide clear and accessible intelligence reports as part of CQCs Experts by Experience Contract
  • To develop and manage involvement and engagement activities and quality protocols
  • To write reports and provide quality information as required by CQC
  • To create and maintain a diverse national network of organisations and individuals to promote the inclusion and engagement of seldom heard communities in the work of CQC.
  • Work proactively to achieve the goals and outcomes as outlined in the Public Engagement Network strategy
  • Ensure all the activity is recorded using bespoke software, produce analytical reports and reports are accurate and correct before submission to the National Lead.

Person Specification:

  • At least three years’ experience of working with people in a health and/or social care context
  • A thorough understanding of inclusion and engagement work
  • A thorough understanding of seldom heard communities
  • To be able to work at a high standard with a demanding and ever-changing workload
  • A working knowledge of the Health and Social Care Act 2008, Equality Act 2010
  • Good communication and presentation skills
  • An ability to manage and prioritise a demanding workload
  • Experience of using quality monitoring systems
  • An ability to think and respond creatively, positively and with flexibility.
  • An ability to travel nationally.

Please only apply for this position if you can evidence, on your CV, the essential elements of the post.

Should this not be the case, you will only receive an automatically generated email response to your application with no further communication.