Engagement and Development Co-ordinator
Are you emotionally intelligent, compassionate and a quick learner, looking for a role offering great personal satisfaction and fulfilment? Could you see yourself being passionate about making a positive difference and achieving excellent care for expectant parents facing difficult news in pregnancy?
We are looking for an amazing new colleague to join a small, committed team based in the central London office as an Engagement and Development Co-ordinator.
Position: Engagement and Development Co-ordinator
Location: London, with scope for working from home (two days a week maximum)
Hours: Full-time, 35 hours per week
Salary: £31-34k (dependent on skills and experience) + 8% pension contribution
Benefits: Pension scheme, annual leave 25 days per annum,
Close Date: Monday the 20th of June
Interview Date: Week commencing the 4th of July
We are looking for a new Engagement and Development Co-ordinator to offer non-directive information and support to expectant parents through a helpline and deliver a professional training programme to ensure excellent antenatal care for expectant parents facing diagnosis of foetal anomaly, whilst maintaining and forging new relationships with antenatal care professionals across the UK.
The Engagement and Development Co-ordinator is responsible for developing relationships with health care professionals working in antenatal care across the UK. This is a vital role as it enables the charity to raise awareness of the parental perspective and initiate improvements in the quality of care.
Main responsibilities include:
- Promote the organisations work to health professionals, retaining and building sustainable relationships
- Develop and deliver training sessions and projects to help raise standards of care and disseminate best practice
- Help generate funds through projects
- Offer sensitive and impartial information and support to users of the helpline and bereaved parent members of the charity
- General administration
We are looking for is someone who is compassionate, emotionally intelligent, quick to learn, enthusiastic about the charity’s work and are keen to take it forward. You will have excellent presentation, communication and interpersonal skills, an unwavering commitment to pro-choice principles, and the resilience to manage the emotional impact of the work. We don’t expect you to have knowledge of the subject area or have a medical background: extensive induction and training is provided on the job.
About the Organisation
This small national charity provides non-directive information and specialised support to women and couples through antenatal screening and its consequences.
We warmly welcome applications from candidates from underrepresented groups.
You may also have experience in areas such as Health, Advice and Information, Social Care, Social Welfare, Community Partnerships, Community Connector, Community Support, Training, Helpline, Support Line, Support Worker, Trainer, Mentor, Coach, Bereavement, Counselling, Counsellor, Face to Face Support, Support and Guidance, Healthcare, Maternity, Antenatal, Link Worker, Care Assessor, Family Support.