Be our new Digital Engagement Officer

We are looking for a Digital Engagement Officer to join our team and help us find out what local people think about the health and social care services they use.
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Digital Engagement Officer

£21,328 (pro rata); i.e. £12,105 for 21 hours per week, based at our Huntingdon office.

You'll be involved in planning and delivering a range of online and offline engagement activities across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. 

You will be:

  • Collecting feedback from local groups, organisations and individuals, working to ensure that seldom-heard people are listened to
  • Making links and developing partnership approaches with other organisations 
  • Working with our Communications team to support online engagement activities on social media
  • Working with volunteers as part of a small but busy team

You will have strong communication skills and an understanding of local health and care services.

Willingness to travel to locations within Cambridgeshire and Peterborough will be required as part of the role.

More information about the role and the person we are looking for can be seen in the job profile below.

For an informal chat about this role, speak to Miranda Knell our Engagement Manager on 07961 276138 or email Miranda.Knell@healthwatchcambspboro.co.uk

How to apply

Download the Engagement Officer Job Profile to find out more about the role. 

And complete the online application form below. 

Digital Engagement Officer

Online application form

Apply by Monday 2 November 2020

Interviews week beginning 9 November 2020

Note: This post is normally based in our Huntingdon office, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, all our staff are currently working from home. 

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