- Salary: £29,864.77
- Benefits: Contributory pension, generous holiday entitlement
- Job Type: Full Time (37 hours per week)
- Closing date: 4th December 2023@ 12pm
- Location: Meir, Stoke-On-Trent with monthly travel to CRT Head Office, Wombwell
The post is NHS funded through Meir PCN on a rolling basis. It is offered as a permanent contract subject to the continuation of this funding
The role of the Health & Wellbeing Coach is to provide One to One bespoke support to local residents living in Meir, wanting to overcome barriers and improve their health and wellbeing. The role will support with NHS health checks and will also involve supporting an increase in local health and wellbeing group activities either through the direct delivery of sessions or supporting local groups to create new provision. This will include delivering chair based exercise, low/medium impact sessions and befriending walks.
The role requires partnership working with the Employment & Skills Coach and the ability to work on an outreach basis within the community. This role will involve remote working and occasional visits with CRT Engage Five Towns.
To contribute towards the delivery of the CRT’s Strategy, England’s Delivery Plan and overall objectives by supporting and delivering CRT activities e.g. events, one to ones, workshops etc. that respond to the challenges that exist in former mining communities; linking local people to support available and to other organisations.
We’re a great employer to work for with a friendly team, generous holiday allowance and a range of employee benefits including a wellness programme, option to join our private health care scheme and a good pension plan. We’re also a Real Living Wage employer and signed up to the Mindful Employer charter.
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) is the only organisation with a sole focus on building prosperity and opportunity in former coalfield communities across England, Scotland and Wales. We do this through our charitable programmes based on removing people’s health, wellbeing and skills barriers while also delivering programmes which benefit the wider community.
Our work in England is funded through building industrial starter units for SMEs through our property arm CRT Property with the rental income re-invested into our charitable programmes. Our work in Scotland is funded through a grant from the Scottish Government. Our work in Wales is funded through a grant from the Welsh Government.
If you wish to discuss the role please contact Mikayla Harper for an informal chat on 07719556729
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