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Macmillan Living with Cancer Programme Coordinator

  • Location:

    Tower Hamlets

  • Sector:

    Social Work

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    Up to £30 per hour

  • Contact:

    Anthony Scargill

  • Contact email:

    ascargill@aktonrecruitment.com

  • Job ref:

    RQ418907_1618910712

  • Published:

    21 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-05-20

Akton Recruitment are looking for a Macmillan Living with Cancer Programme Coordinator to join the local authority based in Tower Hamlets.
Job Purpose:
1. Help improve the outcome and experience of people affected by cancer (PABC) living in Tower Hamlets through enabling the integration of services designed to meet their holistic, health, wellbeing, and psychosocial needs.
2. Coordinate and manage work-streams, including communication and engagement activities, and specific projects associated with the Tower Hamlets - Macmillan Local Authority Partnership Programme (THMLAPP) also known as Tower Hamlets Living with Cancer Programme.
3. Scope out and extend the THMLAPP model of service improvement and transformation to other boroughs in North East London (NEL) as part of the North East London Cancer Alliance's (NELCA) programme of work.
4. Support any future development of a similar approach for patient groups living with a range of long-term conditions, particularly those previously considered severely life-limiting at diagnosis, such as HIV.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Summary of key areas of responsibility for this post:
* Coordinating insight and intelligence gathering
* Communication and engagement
* Partnership working including with local people affected by cancer (PABC) in NEL
* Planning and coordination of projects
* Contributing to reporting and evaluation
* Learning from innovation and research
* Managing of budgets and resources
* Designing the programme through co-production with all stakeholders including PABC
* Engaging in consultation around new proposed models
* Supporting the commissioning and delivery of any new proposed service
This is a interim role, working 28 hours per week, 09:00 - 17:00 4 days per week, paying a rate of £30 per hour. The initial contract for this role is due to end 16/07/2021 with a view to extend.
If you think this role is right for you, get in touch now!