Healthwatch County Durham Outreach Officer

Pioneering Care Partnership


£17,957 per annum, pro rata

Contract Type

Contract / Temporary


Part time

Closing date

Monday, 23 July, 2018 - 12:00


County Durham

Pioneering Care Partnership

Recruitment Advert

Healthwatch County Durham is the independent consumer champion for Health and Social Care. We gather patient and the public’s opinions about the services they use and make recommendations to make them better.   We are looking for an organised and enthusiastic team player to join our successful team as a:

Healthwatch County Durham Outreach Officer

Located: Healthwatch Meadowfield Office with significant outreach

Scale/Salary: PCP Band 3 £17,957 per annum, pro rata

Hours: 22 hours per week

Fixed Term: Until 30th June 2019

Job Purpose: To deliver outreach activities and events throughout County Durham to raise awareness of Healthwatch County Durham and promote our services.

Key tasks: Planning and attending community outreach events and activities.  Promoting Healthwatch to members of the public and supporting engagement volunteers during outreach activities.  Working with the team and board to deliver the outreach strategy and build the membership of Healthwatch County Durham.  

Key skills required: Excellent communication and people skills, an interest in supporting volunteers and a real desire to work as part of a team. Good organisation skills and willingness to travel around County Durham with a positive and flexible approach.

If you would like to know more about this exciting opportunity and would like an application pack, please contact the HR Department on:

Telephone:      (01325) 313133


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Please note that Pioneering Care Partnership does not accept CVs as part of the application process.

Closing Date for applications: midday Monday 23 July 2018

Interviews to be held w/c 30 July 2018

We are an equal and diverse employer and particularly welcome applicants from groups who are currently underrepresented at PCP, such as males, people with sensory impairments and carers