Brexit Programme Support Officer

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Job Title: Brexit Programme Support Officer
Job Type: Full time, Fixed Term until September 2020
Base: Cardiff, Wales
Salary: £27,045


Since the Brexit vote the Welsh NHS Confederation (WNHSC) has been highlighting the possible implications of Brexit with the Welsh Government, Assembly Members and stakeholders. We are also, as a member of the UK wide Cavendish Coalition and the Brexit Health Alliance ensuring the impact for Wales is made clear at a UK level. We do all this on behalf of our members, the seven Health Boards, three NHS Trusts and Health Education and Improvement Wales.

This post will play a crucial role in providing support to the Brexit Support Programme which is coordinated by the Welsh NHS Confederation. You will be working as part of a team to help achieve the strategic and business objectives of the programme, working with representatives from across the NHS who are leading on Brexit.

Key areas of work will include the administration and clerical support for the programme; corresponding with stakeholders, including working closely with internal NHS Wales’ representatives; planning and managing internal and external meetings; writing reports, briefings and toolkits; organising regional and national events; and acting as a point of contact for programme queries. 

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable.

To discuss the post further, please contact Nesta Lloyd-Jones, Policy and Public Affairs Manager on 02920 349850

To apply, please read the job description and complete and submit the CV Application Documents to jobapplications@nhsconfed.org. Please ensure that you demonstrate experience as outlined in the person specification. 

Closing date for application: 21st January 2019

Date for interview: 31st January 2019

 

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