National Wellbeing Coordinator
Location: Nottingham Area
Job Type: Full time, permanent
We’re looking for a National Wellbeing Coordinator to be a part of our team. Somebody who’s not afraid to get stuck in and wants to dramatically improve the quality of life of the thousands of residents living in care homes. This hands-on role involves training, mentoring and supporting the activity leaders within our partner homes to improve the wellbeing of their residents, as well as providing best-practice guidance to Managers and reporting to clients to showcase the benefits of a varied and energetic activities programme. We’re passionate about what we do. We want someone who can share that passion.
What you’ll do:
Quite simply it is your job to be our wellbeing expert within the region; empowering and supporting all those responsible for providing a wellbeing programme within a care setting. You’ll train, mentor and support the activity leaders across all the Oomph! products, including delivering training and support around Wellbeing Leadership and Exercise Leadership within Care. You’ll be the “front of house” representative to our services and will provide ongoing face-to-face and telephone support to homes, building a deep working relationship with the activity leaders, home managers and other stakeholders within the care setting to make their care homes better, happier places to be.
You will be responsible for collecting home-level impact data, amalgamating this information for homes within a larger care group and arranging and attending partnership meetings with senior stakeholders to discuss the Oomph! services, the impact on residents’ wellbeing and industry best practice. Furthermore, it is your responsibility to seek out marketing opportunities to showcase our clients and demonstrate the benefits of a varied and vibrant activities programme.
Over time, it is your responsibility to nurture these relationships so that clients get the most out of their partnership with Oomph!
What you’ll need:
This role requires first-hand experience of working in care settings or the provision of a wellbeing programme for older adults or vulnerable people, ideally with experience as an activity leader or an occupational therapist. Additionally, what attributes do you need? Enthusiasm; supportive and organisation. Your attitude? Positive; can-do; resilient and determined. Be prepared to impress please. Whatever your level of experience, you’ll need excellent communication skills, written and verbal, and be relatively good with numbers too. Finally – and importantly – you should be a joy to have around and agree to live by our values. Moaners, complainers, grumps and jobsworths should not apply!
The small print:
On offer is a salary of £20,000 - £23,000pa, depending on experience. Company car included.
Location: National role depending on requirements.
To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to Sarah at email@example.comAPPLY NOW