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3-6 month secondment opportunities for talented, motivated, enthusiastic colleagues in the West of England

We are embarking upon an ambitious two year programme of innovation and growth and service/system transformation activities within the West of England Academic Health Science Network.

We are looking to expand our workforce, especially in the area of programme and project managers and support staff.  You may have formal project management qualifications, but experience is just as good.  You might be a clinician, but you might not.  We’d be really keen to talk to you to hear about what skills and experience you can bring to our team.

New programmes of work are starting immediately, and we are looking for motivated, enthusiastic individuals.  What is really important is that you are happy to work in a very fast paced health and social care environment, making new relationships, developing connections and delivering projects that bring value to our members.  In return, we can offer second to none opportunities to gain experience in a complex network of health, research and industry stakeholders; working nationally and regionally – in a fun and supportive environment.

It’s crucial that you are able to start work with us quickly, and these opportunities are secondments.  Please do not apply unless you have secured your managers support to start within one month, preferable sooner.  If you are interested in joining us on secondment for a 3-6 month placement, please call Emma Roberts (Chief Operating Officer) or Natasha Swinscoe (Managing Director) first on 0117 900 1571 or send us an expression of interest consisting of CV and a covering letter to mandy.davis@weahsn.net.


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