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Physical Activity Inclusion Officer

Erewash Borough Council

There are around 27,000 adults in Erewash experiencing being inactive and almost 10,000 of those people have a limiting illness, long-term condition and/or disability. Would you like to join our innovative team as the Physical Activity Inclusion Officer and drive partnership working to make physical activity more accessible for people living with a limiting illness, long-term condition and/or disability? An exciting opportunity is available for a highly motivated and committed individual to join Erewash Borough Council’s Wellbeing and Culture Service working within its Community Health and Wellbeing Development Team.

If you would like an informal discussion about this role please call Becci Carter, Community Health and Wellbeing Development Officer on 07542 228281 or email becci.carter@erewash.gov.uk or Jordan Hedges, Community Health and Wellbeing Development Team Le



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£27,803 – £31,364 (pro rata for part time working) (pay award pending)





Placed on

Wed 15th May, 2024



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The Physical Activity Inclusion Officer will drive the ‘All Move in Erewash’ initiative in partnership with key stakeholders. The successful candidate will be required to use their partnership skills to develop a collective understanding of how to create opportunities for moving every day for residents living with a limiting illness, long term condition or disability.

The ideal candidate will have experience of working with partners and influencing stakeholders in sectors such as health and wellbeing, community, voluntary, and statutory organisations. The ideal candidate will understand health inequalities and an awareness of equality and diversity.

Good communication skills are required to effectively listen to the challenges of people with lived experience of a limiting illness, long term condition or disability and the ability to share the information with key partners. Experience of leading and coordinating similar health and activity initiatives is desirable.

Interested candidates can apply with a CV and a supporting statement, clearly demonstrating suitability and experience for the role.

This is a temporary* for up to 18 months – further extensions are subject to continued external grant funding.