Would you like to join a highly successful team that has been working with disabled people for the last five years, to change attitudes, perceptions and practices around physical activity and wellbeing?
You will be a motivated person and able to work collectively, as well as work on initiative, to create effective and dynamic engagement and communications approaches to share impact with key audiences, stakeholders and partners.
The post will be working primarily with grassroots partners at a local level to create solutions to health and wellbeing inequalities faced by disabled people. With a focus on physical activity as a key driver to the wider determinants of wellbeing you will lead on communicating impact and building partnerships through projects aligned with the DR UK flagship programme Get Yourself Active, funded by Sport England.
We are looking for someone determined to make a change to the way disabled people access physical activity with a willingness to learn from and engage with partners in social care, health and particularly with Disabled People’s User Led Organisations (DPULOs). If this is something that interests and excites you, we would love to hear from you.
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