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Careers

Proud of our impact, improvement, and collaborative values

Committed to staff benefits and care

Pledged to diversity and inclusion

We are investing in people passionate about transforming lives through health and care innovation.

We are looking for enthusiastic people who are outcome focused, and who enjoy working collaboratively. We need those with a growth mind-set who seek to continuously improve approaches and learning.

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Our
Values

Impact-led:
we are solutions focused, action orientated and adapt plans to achieve desired end goals.


Improvement focused:
we seek to understand problems, look at things from different angles, test ideas and learn from our experiences.


Collaborative:
we value diversity of perspectives, commit to and place trust in others to contribute towards collective goals.

Detailed Careers Information

Diversity and Inclusion
We believe that an inclusive and diverse environment can help us achieve greater impact in our work. We are setting ambitious goals to further our approach.

Training and development
We are committed to supporting learning and development through generous individual development budgets, organisation-wide training, and peer-to-peer learning and coaching opportunities

Work environment
We are based in an award-winning office – an ideal setting for collaborating, convening, and growing our internal and external relationships.

Wellbeing
Staff wellbeing is a priority for us. We are continuously collaborating with colleagues to provide initiatives that will enhance our team’s health, happiness, and general wellbeing.

Benefits
We provide a generous benefits package including employer pension contributions up to 10% and an employee assistance programme with Health Assured.

Interested in a career with South West AHSN?

We urge those interested to please check this page for regular updates or visit our Twitter and LinkedIn channels.

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Opportunitiesto work with us

Job vacancy

Applied Mental Health Research & Service Improvement Lead

PenARC and the South West AHSN wish to recruit an applied mental health research and service improvement lead with an interest in research to work on evidence-based improvements to health and services as part of an exciting new Mental Health Research Initiative in the South West.

This is a full time, fixed term contract for 2 years.

If you are interested in this role, please download our job pack below for further information, and how to apply.

 

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Closing date

13/07/2022 11:59 pm


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