Mid Sussex Wellbeing Assistant (RBPS998)
Salary £20,903 pa - £23,080 pa
Temporary fixed term to 31 March 2022 subject to future funding
Do you have a passion to help people improve their health and wellbeing and want to enjoy your work?
The Mid Sussex Wellbeing Service is part of a county-wide programme in West Sussex to promote healthy lifestyles and prevent ill-health in our local communities. The hub provides information, advice, and signposts local people to services for help and support. The service for Mid Sussex is delivered by Mid Sussex District Council.
The service is currently looking to employ a Wellbeing Assistant to provide support to the Mid Sussex Wellbeing Service. The position will report directly to the Wellbeing Team Leader
You will be the first point of contact for the service managing the Wellbeing phoneline and inbox, responding to any enquiries and lead on general administration duties, which include data handling and recording, produce summary reports on service activity and support the Hub with promotional activities.
If you have experience working within an administrational role and enjoy being part of a service which supports the public, then we would like to hear from you.
About Mid Sussex
Mid Sussex District Council is a dynamic, forward thinking local authority in the heart of southern England. We have clear priorities and are proud that local people consistently rate our services highly. We are based in Haywards Heath at the centre of the largest opportunity for development identified in the Coast 2 Capital Strategic Economic Plan and the Greater Brighton City Deal.
Working in local government is a highly satisfying and rewarding experience in so many ways. In return for the contribution you’ll make to the local community, we are a great employer to work for, situated in a glorious part of the country with great benefits to offer.
For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Nick Hurley on e-mail:
Close Date: 12pm Monday 23rd August
Interview Date: Thursday 2nd September