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Senior Policy and Programmes Officer

Employer
NHS Confederation
Location
London/Home
Salary
Competitive salary
Closing date
27 Nov 2021
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Job Details

Job title: Senior Policy and Programmes Officer

Location: London/home based

Role: Full time, fixed term for 12 months with potential to extend

Salary: £28,045 (plus London Weighting of £4,000 if applicable)

About the role

As the Senior Policy and Programmes Officer you will:
  • Provide policy and project support to Mental Health Network (MHN) member forums and wider team and be supported to develop your knowledge of mental health and learning disability policy.
  • Help support the effective running of member forums and produce outputs to highlight and influence key issues for MHN members, while showcasing good practice.
  • Develop and maintain positive working relationships internally and with relevant partner organisations to ensure we understand issues that will impact on MHN members.
  • Support the scoping, discussion and production of policy briefs, consultation responses and other products to agreed timetables and deadlines.
  • Support the effective running of high-level meetings and events.


About you

We would love to hear from you if you:
  • Have an understanding of the current health and care landscape.
  • Have a passion for improving mental health services, and an appetite and interest in building knowledge of policy areas within mental health and learning disabilities services.
  • Can plan projects or work programmes and have proven experience of delivering work to agreed standards and deadlines.
  • Hold experience of supporting high-level meetings.
  • Can work with people with lived experience of mental health problems with compassion and understanding.


About us

The NHS Confederation is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive environment for our staff. A place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit. We offer a range of inclusive employment policies including family friendly policies and flexible working and we have range of channels to support staff from different backgrounds including our staff networks and a staff forum.

The NHS Confederation is committed to being a flexible employer. We understand the value and benefit to our employees being able to work flexibly and our agile working principles are designed to empower our people to work with optimal flexibility and minimal constraints to support a work life balance and take care of employee health and wellbeing.

You will receive an excellent benefits package, including 30 days annual leave (plus bank holidays), pension scheme, cycle to work scheme, salary sacrifice schemes and travel season ticket loans.

To apply

Please download the job description and complete the application form. Please note we do not accept CVs.

Please note the recruitment manager will only see your additinal applications questions and supporting statement - please ensure you have completed these.

For an informal discussion about the post and the NHS Confederation before applying please contact emma.paveley@nhsconfed.org.

We particularly welcome applications from individuals from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.

Application deadline: Sunday 5 December 2021

Interview date: Monday 13 December and Tuesday 14 December 2021

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