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Home-based
£37,321
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Grade B - £37,321 (National) per annum

Permanent 

Home Based: Choice of North East and Yorkshire; North West or Central England (East of England, West and East Midlands)

Closing Date Sunday 9th February 2020 - 11.59pm

*Proposed Interview date week commencing 24th February 2020 in Leeds

About us….
We are the independent champion for people who use health and social care services. We aim to help improve the quality of services by letting the government and those running services know what people want from care.

We also support a network of 150 local Healthwatch services to reach out to every section of the community and encourage more people to speak up.

Together, our work is resulting in big and small changes that are helping to make care better.

This is an exciting time to be part of Healthwatch England as we reshape our support offer to the 150 local Healthwatch across England.

Let us tell you a little bit about the role....
We are looking for a Quality Assurance and Regional Manager to lead a national programme helping local Healthwatch to demonstrate their effectiveness.  In addition, you will coordinate and deliver support to about 30 local Healthwatch within a designated region - one of a) North East and Yorkshire and Humber, b) North West or c) Central (West and East Midlands and East England).

You’ll ensure our new team of Regional Managers consistently support implementation of the Framework across England for all 150 Healthwatch and that the evidence and learning is used to improve how Healthwatch work as well as inform Healthwatch England’s work and support offer to Healthwatch.

You’ll support your team members implement new programmes including volunteering, campaigns, impact, sustainability and collaboration in your designated region. You’ll act as a critical friend to senior leaders and help Healthwatch draw up improvement plans.

What we're looking for from you....
We’re looking for someone with a solid understanding of small voluntary organisations with experience of implementing a quality assurance scheme and helping organisations learn and improve. 

You’ll have an ability to lead a change programme that will support every Healthwatch to demonstrate their effectiveness and ensure the learning informs Healthwatch and Healthwatch England’s work.

Whilst working remotely, you’ll be good at collaborative working, as well as managing a range of stakeholder relationships, including local authority commissioners who fund local Healthwatch. 

You will be able to operate at senior level, advising on organisational effectiveness, have strong analytical and negotiation skills and manage competing priorities.

Refreshed on: 19 January 2020
Closing date: 09 February 2020
Tags: Business Development,Volunteer Management
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