Regional Wellbeing Coordinator

Location: Various, UK
Job Type: Full time, permanent

Our Regional Wellbeing Coordinators perform vital roles in training, mentoring and supporting activity leads in our partner homes. In addition, you will also be 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 improving the wellbeing of residents in homes. We want someone who can share that passion.

Job Description

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 foundation and reaccreditation training in Exercise Leadership and Activity Leadership within Care. You’ll be the “front of house” representative to on-board new care settings to our new “out of home” excursions service and will provide ongoing face-to-face and telephone support to homes, building a deep working relationship with the activity leaders 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!

Requirements - What we’re looking for:

This role requires 1st 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. You need to be positive and enthusiastic as the job involves meeting clients daily. You must have a supportive manner but be resilient and determined. You will be working from home or at client sites, so excellent personal organisation is essential. You’ll need excellent written, numerical and verbal skills. And most importantly – you have to love your job and having fun!

Small Print

On offer is a salary of £18,000 - £25,000pa

Company Car: Included

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