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Working Well Facilitator | Provide CIC

Job details
Posting date: 21 June 2024
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £25,147 - £27,596 pro rata
Hours: Part time
Closing date: 24 July 2024
Location: Chelmsford, CM2 5PF
Company: Provide CIC
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 6407073/828-PROVIDE3034


Working Well is commissioned by Essex County Council and sits within the Essex Wellbeing Service. This fast paced, innovative programme supports the national and local agenda around workplace health and wellbeing, ensuring that the Essex workforce is healthy and productive.

This specialist role requires experience and knowledge of health and wellbeing in the workplace, project management and excellent communication and IT skills.

Provide is a Community Interest Company (social enterprise). We deliver a broad range of health and social care services in the community, and are committed to making sure that they are safe, responsive and of high quality. Provide is owned by its employees and has primarily social objectives. Any profits we make are reinvested into the local community or back into delivering services.

We work from a variety of community settings, such as community hospitals, community clinics, schools, nursing homes and primary care settings, as well as within people’s homes to provide more than 40 services to children, families and adults across Essex, Dorset, East Anglia and the North of England.

A highly respected, award winning health and social care provider. We expect our staff to demonstrate and uphold our values at all times:

Vision: Transforming Lives

Values: Care, Innovation and Compassion

Mission: An ambitious, employee owned social enterprise, growing in size and influence. We transform lives by treating, caring and educating people.

Provide is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives and skills, proud to have LGBT+, Ethnic Minority and Men’s Networks.

We welcome applicants from underrepresented groups. If you have the skills and experience for the job, please apply regardless of your background.
• Support the specialist work of the Essex Working Well team, ensuring sound and up-to-date knowledge of workplace health and wellbeing
• Providing input and support to other members of the team and service development
• Liaise and work with new and existing workplaces and partner organisations, to identify appropriate in-house training and support packages, in line with existing resources
• Supporting workplaces to complete a range of in-house and national Workplace health and wellbeing Awards and Accreditation
• Maintain accurate record keeping and workflow data to ensure relevant information is captured to ensure effective reporting on key outcomes.
• Support in the analysis of a range of programme data and production of reports, including Staff Needs Assessment Surveys.
• Working with key partners to promote and increase the range of workplace support available
• Identifying and supporting workplace wellbeing events to promote the service to new businesses

This advert closes on Friday 12 Jul 2024

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