Location: Barnet and Brent Community Equipment Services - Park Royal
Contract Type: Full time, Part time
Salary: up to £40,000 DOE
Specific Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm (part-time also considered)
We have an exciting opportunity for a Community Health & Engagement Officer to join our Barnet and Brent Community Equipment Service Centre based in Park Royal.
Millbrook Healthcare Group is a fast growing business and leading provider of Healthcare Service solutions including Wheelchair and Community Equipment Services. We work closely with NHS, Local Authority and Social Care Organisations providing a complete outsourced service that significantly reduces costs, delivers better quality and an enhanced patient experience.
Our community equipment ranges from simple walking frames and crutches to more complex equipment such as beds, hoists and pressure care equipment. We also carry out minor adaptations such as the installation of handrails and grab rails within which can make a significant impact in giving people the confidence to live more independently.
As the Community Health and Engagement Officer you will create and manage a stakeholder relationship plan to ensure all key stakeholders are engaged and play an active role in the service provision. You will oversee service quality assurance procedures, recruiting a service users board, manage complaints process and support ongoing service improvement activities.
What are we looking for?
What can we offer you?
Millbrook Healthcare Group are an inclusive and caring employer who understand that not everyone’s job needs are the same. Therefore we are open to supporting flexible working requests such as part time working, job shares and flexible hours wherever possible, to support our colleagues life style differences. So please feel free to let us know of any specific requirements you may have and these can then be discussed in more detail if you are successful in your application.
Our ambition at Millbrook Healthcare is to become the leading provider in the assisted living sector whilst ensuring our core company values ‘CARES’ remain unchanged. We are always looking to recruit hard working and talented individuals to become a part of our ongoing growth and success. You’ll enjoy all the support and encouragement you need to reach your own potential and develop a rewarding career along the way.
Care and respect for our colleagues and service users
Accountable and proud
Ready to learn and grow
Enhance our service users’ lives
Socially responsible, ethical and transparent
This role is working in a regulated activity and may be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
No terminology in the advert you have seen is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we will gladly accept applications from all sections of the community.