Health and Social Care Integration Project Support Officer
Our ambitious Luton 2040 Vision – that no-one in Luton will have to live in poverty – is at the heart of everything we do. We recognise that our people are remarkable, talented, committed and passionate about serving our residents.
The people of Luton depend heavily on this council – and that means our workforce! Are you ready to realise the remarkable and help us deliver our vision?
About the job
Salary: £27,803 – £30,296 a year
Hours per week: 37
Contract type: Permanent
Our department are looking for someone who is able to support the work of the Integration Programme Manager to deliver the objectives agreed as part of the business plan for integration across Luton Borough Council and the NHS Bedfordshire Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) Integrated Care Board.
You will be expected/required to provide operational support to defined projects and wider work stream’s, including agreed actions and administration, led and coordinated by the Integration Programme Manager for Luton Borough Council and the BLMK Integrated Care Board, the Director Public Health, Luton Borough Council and the Chief Primary Care Officer, BLMK Integrated Care Board.
We are looking for someone who is able to work positively with colleagues in the team and across the organisations (Luton Borough Council and BLMK ICB) to ensure consistent good practice taking into account the needs and perspectives of others.
You’ll have the opportunity to develop on your existing skills by managing periods of heavy and sometimes conflicting work demands and deal effectively with variation in work content and workload peaks.
We are looking for someone with the knowledge of delivering community project events improving health outcomes and understands key public/patient engagement principles.
We do ask that you have GCSE education/or full range of administration procedures experience in Business Administration Level 3.
Applicants for this role will need to be able to lead by example, role modelling ethics, integrity, impartiality and the elimination of bias by building diverse teams and promoting a working environment that supports the Councils values.
We offer a range of excellent staff benefits which include:
– From 25 to 32 days’ annual leave: linked to length of service and grade
– Buying annual leave scheme: buy up to 20 days additional annual leave
– Career Pathways: step up in your career or move into a specialist area
– Pension scheme: with generous employer contributions of up to 20.2 per cent (at July 2023) and 3x salary death in service grant
– Generous relocation package: up to £8,000 (subject to eligibility)
– Employee Assistance Programme: a free, 24/7 confidential counselling and wellbeing support service available to all employees, their partner or spouse and dependent children over 16 still living at home
– Work/life balance: flexible working options including working from home where possible. We welcome requests for flexible working arrangements including part-time hours and alternative working patterns
– Training and support: unlimited access to development courses, mentoring and support and clear career pathways
– Staff offers: includes discounts on your MOT, gym and fitness, restaurants and salons
– Arriva Travel Club: great value savings on local bus travel
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