People’s Health Trust believes in a world without health inequalities. We work to ensure that where you live does not unfairly reduce the length of your life, or the quality of your health.
The Trust’s mission is to address health inequalities in Great Britain and create fairer places in which to grow, live, work and age. Through our funding and support, we support resident-led approaches which have an impact on the socio-economic causes of health inequalities.
This is an exciting time to join the Trust. You will be supporting the delivery and legacy of our longer-term funding programme and helping to shape future programmes as we move into our new three-year strategy.
Your knowledge and experience of working with neighbourhoods or community groups to create change will be essential to supporting our current funded partners with sustainability and capacity building. You will draw on your analytical and relationship-building skills, together with an understanding of the needs of community organisations, to ensure grants are managed effectively.
Working with colleagues across the Trust, you will contribute to the development of our grant programmes and will work collaboratively to share learning internally and externally.
We are committed to being a Disability Confident Employer. Our equalities, diversity and inclusion data shows that we are currently underrepresented by certain groups of people. We would particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian and minoritised ethnic communities and disabled people.
If this sounds like the role you are looking for and you feel you have the skills and experience we need, visit our website for full details about the role and how to apply: peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/jobs/vacancies/partnership-and-learning-officer
If you would like to have a brief discussion about the role before making an application, please email us at email@example.com
Please get in touch if you require any additional support with your job application. This particularly applies to people who need us to make reasonable adjustments under the Equality Act 2010. This could include, but is not limited to, accepting applications in a different format, offering information or explanations in a way which helps you, or working with BSL interpreters.
The deadline for applications is 9am on Wednesday 17 August 2022 and interviews will be held in person on Monday 22 August 2022