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Associate (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion)

Job details
Posting date: 16 April 2021
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £38,890 - £44,503 pa
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 16 May 2021
Location: Liverpool, L7 9NJ
Company: Midlands and Lancashire CSU
Job type: Contract
Job reference: 3091475/877-CSU-3089672-A

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Summary

A Vacancy at NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit.


The NHS is the biggest employer in Europe. It’s a world-renowned institution and an exciting place to work, full of challenges and opportunities.

NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit (MLCSU)is one of the biggest and best-performing commissioning support units in the country, with among the highest levels of staff and customer satisfaction. We work together as a team of over 1,800 expert staff based across the Midlands and North West to make a difference – for our customers, patients and communities.

Offering a full range of professional services to clinical commissioning groups (CCGs), hospital trusts, local authorities, integrated care systems (ICSs) and other public bodies across the country, our NHS values underpin everything we do.

Who we’re looking for

More than ever we are seeing the increase in opportunities to provide additional services and support to meet customer requirements. To meet that requirement, we are looking for a skilled and diverse range of associates to join our organisation. Allowing us to maximise our service offering and seek out new opportunities for growth and development.

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Associates

The role is advertised to build up our pool of EDI associates for particular project work we receive requests for roles from various different clients. As an associate you can be onboarded either as a fixed term contract, bank work or through your own company/limited company if that is how you work. There is no guarantee you will be placed in assignment upon applying.

Day-To-Day practitioner support to customers regarding meeting their legal and NHSE mandated duties

Carryout or support Equality. Health Inequality Impact Assessments

Developing and delivering approaches on behalf of our customers to meet NHSE mandated duties

Lead or support Equality, Diversity, Inclusion or Human Rights related projects(work may include research, intelligence gathering, information analysis, community engagement, providing presentations, report writing and work of a similar nature).


We’re passionate about securing the best and most vibrant talent so whilst we’re keen to talk to individuals who have experience, skill and expertise in the above areas if you feel that you have other expertise and skills to offer and would like to be a part of our organisation, then we would welcome you to apply.

How our Associate model works

Once you become an Associate at MLCSU we will look to match your skills, experience and expertise to any opportunities which arise.

There are several ways in which we can engage you including short term and temporary contracts, ad-hoc ‘advisory’ roles to longer term opportunities. As an Associate, you may be approached to work in a number of ways; on a direct contract of employment for a fixed term basis, on a zero hours contract or as an independent contractor (inside or outside of IR35).

Following submission of an application our Resourcing team will contact you to discuss your skills, expertise, salary expectations and preferred way of working to enable available opportunities to be better matched to you.

What we offer

As an Associate of MLCSU you will be empowered to play a leading role in the future of health and social care, whatever your specialism or interest. In return, we provide a supportive environment in which to learn and develop, with the opportunity to further your skills and career within an exciting and evolving environment.

Whilst the teams and colleagues working with may be based all over the UK, whereyouare based and where you work from is not an issue for us! As an organisation we have radically adopted the principles of agile working in order to support the flexibility and work/life balance of our people focusing onwhatyou do rather thanwhereyou do it. As such we welcome applications from anyone throughout the UK.



This advert closes on Friday 30 Apr 2021

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