Scottish Communities For Health and Well-Being
Scottish Communities For Health and Well-Being

Charity registered in Scotland SC044327

Scottish Communities for Health & Wellbeing (previously Scottish Health Living Centre Alliance). Made up of community-led health improvement organisations.

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Bogside and Brandywell Health Forum Is the lead partner of the SPRING Social Prescribing Project, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and we have an exciting position available for;

SPRING SOCIAL PRESCRIBING PROJECT MANAGER

The SPRING SP Project Manager will provide inspired leadership for the development and implementation of The

Social Prescribing Project and report directly to the SPRING Project Management Group.

What is Social Prescribing?

Social prescribing is a way to link medical care to (typically) non-clinical, locally delivered support services.

Our Project

The SPRING Social Prescribing Project delivers the largest coordinated project of its kind, across Scotland and Northern Ireland, to synthesise learning from across two regions. Over 4,600 people will co-create a social prescription and engage in at least one of the many interventions delivered by our network of experienced community-led health improvement organisations.

Candidates must have at least a relevant third level qualification in a health/social sciences/business/management subject plus one year project management/co-ordination experience in health, education, youth or community development including line-management experience in any discipline

Or

Three years project management/co-ordination experience in health, education, youth or community development including line-management experience in any discipline.

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Data Officer

  • Full time
  • £26,317
  • Negotiable Northern Ireland or Scotland dependent on successful candidate, with some travel across NI and Scotland
  • Closing 23rd July 2021

Bogside and Brandywell Heath Forum is the lead partner of the SPRING Social Prescribing Project, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and we have an exciting position available for a Data Officer.

This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious data analyst to analyse the positive health benefits associated with SPRING Social Prescribing which is led by Bogside and Brandywell Heath Forum in partnership with a range of delivery partners in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

What is Social Prescribing?

Social prescribing is a way to link medical care to (typically) non-clinical, locally delivered support services.

Our Project

The SPRING Social Prescribing Project delivers the largest coordinated project of its kind, across Scotland and Northern Ireland, to synthesise learning from across two regions. Over 4,600 people will co-create a social prescription and engage in at least one of the many interventions delivered by our network of experienced community-led health improvement organisations.

This position will require either a relevant third level qualification in IT plus one years’ experience in an IT support or

data analysis role Or Five years’ experience in a relevant IT support or data analysis role.

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