Education for Health has a reputation for excellence in teaching and learning provision nationally and internationally. We are a HE accredited institution in Warwick offering post-registration education to health care professionals in the field of Long Term Conditions prevention and management.

These are the roles currently available within the organisation:

  • Associate Networks Manager

Associate Networks Manager

In this role you will be expected to manage associate networks for trainers, coaches and consultants – to efficiently match skills to contracts; and to manage the associate networks annual conference and regional meetings.

Important information

  • Based in Warwick
  • Part-time
  • Permanent contract
  • 20 hours per week min. worked over 52 weeks
  • Salary: £28,000 (or pro rata) dependent on experience
  • Pension scheme with 6% employer contribution

Associate Networks Manager – Job Description (Word)

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (Word)

The deadline for applications for this role is 23 August.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your CV and Cover Letter to Gill Parks via jobvacancies@educationforhealth.org


Drivers

We’re looking for a number of drivers to assist some of our staff who require daily transport from Warwick to Wellesbourne, and back. Drivers would be required to have their own transport, a full clean driving license and be available to cover these transport needs twice a day from November 2019 for up to one year. 

If you would like to find out more about these roles, please contact Gill Parks, Head of Operational Support: jobvacancies@educationforhealth.org or 07533 759293.


Additional information for candidates

For information on inclusion and accessibility when applying, please click here.

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To understand the staffing structure of Education for Health, take a look at our organisational chart, and click here to read an introduction from the Chief Executive.