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Surrey Coalition of Disabled People
Home-based
£11,000 - £12,500 per year actual (£22, 000 - £25, 000 FTE)
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Home-based
£27,000 per year
Contract, Full-time
Job description

We are looking for an innovative and highly organised Project Coordinator to work on a collaborative project with disabled adults in Surrey and NE Hants. 

The Project Coordinator will lead a project to rapidly co-design and co-produce a new register for Disabled People which will come with a range of benefits for members and increased access to user-designed resources.  The overall purpose of the role is to respond to the emerging needs of the Disabled community through the pandemic.

The key areas of work for the Project Coordinator are:

1) Setting up and coordinating a working group of people with lived experience and wider stakeholders.  To lead the working group to research and co-design the new register and the infrastructure that will sit behind it, ensuring that the register conforms to all GDPR requirements. 

2) To research, plan a launch a microsite, platform, or database for the new register, working closely with both organisations to ensure maximum interoperability. 

3) To work with wider system partners to explore the opportunities to link membership of the new register to other benefits or services that could support members.

4) To work with the private sector to negotiate concessions for members of the register. 

5) To work with members of both organisations to generate user led content including blogs, vlogs, webinars and more, according to the emerging needs of the membership. 

6) To develop and promote the communication resources for the new register and create a robust marketing plan around the new register for the medium-term future.

Surrey Coalition and SILC have been awarded funding from the National Emergencies Trust to run a joint project to respond to the emerging needs of Disabled people in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.  The project will run until the end of June 2021. 

Additional documents
Job description and person specification (.docx)
Application form (.docx)
Posted on: 19 January 2021
Closing date: 11 February 2021
Tags: Management,Project Management

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