Community Engagement and Development Worker x 2

17.5 hours per week - two posts available both 17.5 hours

Closing date: Closing date: 12 noon Wednesday 2nd August

Scale 5 - 6, SCP 22 - 28 £20,661 – £24,964 per annum pro rata

Based: Democracy House, Manchester

The Community Engagement and Development Worker role holds responsibility for establishing, developing and delivering targeted community engagement initiatives and health promotion interventions locally as part of a team. The successful applicant will work alongside a variety of stakeholders including individuals, statutory and non-statutory organisations, community groups, religious leaders and the business sector to promote the campaign messages, and increase access to services we offer.  This work will be delivered through community based outreach, one-to-one and group based interventions and the role includes monitoring and evaluation of all interventions delivered. The successful candidate must be willing to receive Hepatitis B vaccination or provide proof of current vaccination and will receive training to participate in STI and HIV testing delivering the tests and as a verifier of the test results.

The post holder will have a wide understanding of BME culture and of perceptions amongst BME communities in England relating to HIV, STIs and Sexual Health.

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