Wellbeing Connector (West Essex) – WECAN

Posted on: August 16, 2021

Do you have a proven track record of community coordinator and developing community relationships? Would you like to deliver an exciting new project in West Essex over the next year?

If you have previous experience of working in the health and wellbeing arena and understand the benefits of building community interventions, we would love to hear from you.

This exciting new role will build partnerships that tackle health inequalities through a series of projects over the next twelve months. For more information on the role including job description please visit our website:

https://westessexcan.org./2021/07/27/work-for-wecan/ 

To apply email your CV and covering letter outlining how you meeting the job specifications to [email protected]

Deadline 10th September 2021

Author: Jade Bolton
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