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Head of Service Delivery

We don’t stand still here at North West Employers. We’re looking for a dynamic Head of Service Delivery to join our new Management Team and be part of something exciting.

If you are passionate about understanding and exceeding customer expectations and are an experienced programme manager, ideally in a commercial consultancy/learning and development setting, then we’d love to talk to you.

You’ll be accountable for developing and delivering high quality, services and solutions across all of our business areas including membership services, HR Employment services, Leadership Development and Assessment Centres.

You’ll have great interpersonal skills to be able to connect with clients, our associates and our internal team. We’re an ambitious organisation and this is a key role in bringing a “can do” attitude and your creative ideas for efficient and effective systems to measure our customer satisfaction and continuously improve our business.

The role will involve some elements of personal delivery, so if you’ve got a flair for delivering events and development activities that are innovative and engaging and want an opportunity to make your mark in a regional organisation that is going places, take a look at the role profile and let’s start the conversation….

Salary from: £30,756.00

Contract: Permanent

Working hours: Full time

Application Deadline: 9 00 am on Monday 20 August 2018

Interview and assessment date: Thursday 30 August 2018

Click here to view the role profile 

Please contact Sharon Senior, Director -Delivery, on 07824 140269 for an informal discussion about the role and scope of activities.

To apply for this role please send your expression of interest outlining your suitability for the role along with your CV to support@nwemployers.org.uk

Please note that this is a regional role and there will be a requirement to travel around the North West for client liaison and delivery.

 

 

 

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10 Keys To Happier Living: Connecting With People

In todays hectic and fast paced world filled with distractions, it can sometimes be hard to make the right amount of time for yourself and others around you. All too often you will board a train or bus and see a sea of people all staring down, absorbing themselves into a digital world, whilst seemingly forgetting that there is a whole world going on around them full of knowledgeable and interesting people that have the ability to change moods, educate you and make you smile.

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We would love to see more interaction between people in everyday and work life as we feel it encourages good feelings, learning and actual interaction, which in turn can lead to a happier life. This is not the only aspect of increasing your happiness, but one we feel would play a big role, by putting down the phone or tablet and holding a conversation, many of the 10 keys for happier living identified by the people at Action for Happiness would become easier to achieve.

It would be a lot easier to say “10 keys for happier living, pfft, what a load of garbage’ than taking the time to have a look and perhaps put one into practice and see if any improvement in happiness is achieved – to overcome the urge to feel like you live a perfect life already is the trickiest one, and whilst we are by no means saying you need to fix things, interaction, education and learning are what got you to where you are today, so imagine how much further you can go.

Everyone’s path to happiness is different. Based on the latest research by the Action for Happiness team, they have identified 10 Keys to Happier Living that consistently tend to make life happier and more fulfilling. Together they spell “GREAT DREAM“.

Screen Shot 2016-03-04 at 10.40.38

In this series of weekly articles we will focus on one particular action. In this weeks article we are going to hone in on what feels to be the most important skill in the sector in which we operate.

Connecting With People

People with strong and broad social relationships are happier, healthier and live longer. Close relationships with family and friends provide love, meaning, support and increase our feelings of self worth. Broader networks bring a sense of belonging. So taking action to strengthen our relationships and build connections is essential for happiness.

Action

Pick up your phone and make a call to a friend or family member that you have been meaning to reach out to. Make the first step in reconnecting with that person and when you finish your phone call think about how you feel. We predict you will feel happier and less stressed about things and have a slight change in persona if only for the short term, now imagine if you did that 3 times a week.

If you would like to know more about Action for Happiness you can find everything you will need on their website.

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New Consent Model for Data Sharing Workshop

FREE Workshop: New Consent Model for Data Sharing
Location: North West Employers HQ, Exchange Quay, Salford,

The Caldicott Review into Health and Social Care will propose a new consent/opt-out model for data sharing. This event will enable people to make an informed decision about how their personal confidential data will be used to inform health and social care provision. This could have a major impact on improving integration of services. The session is going to be practical, with hands-on testing of the models and exploring the conversation prompts that would be used with the public.

The workshop is aimed at: Policy leads, operational social care staff, homecare and residential care workforce, people who receive care, and advocates and user groups.

  • Staff/Providers/Professionals: AM
  • People who recieve care, carers, charities, providers: PM (Lunch provided)
  • Policy Lab/NHS able to meet travel expenses and scope for organisations to invoice for backfill for essential roles.
  • Looking for 20-25 participants

Practical Examples of two consent models:

  • How professionals might implement them
  • How the public might experience them

It would be useful if some colleagues attending the morning workshop could be present at the afternoon workshop.

Please contact Janet Appleton if you would like to attend and the NW ADASS Programme Office are happy to discuss any queries that you may have.

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We’re Hiring!

Head of Service Delivery

We don’t stand still here at North West Employers. We’re looking for a dynamic Head of Service Delivery to join our new Management Team and be part of something exciting.

If you are passionate about understanding and exceeding customer expectations and are an experienced programme manager, ideally in a commercial consultancy/learning and development setting, then we’d love to talk to you.

You’ll be accountable for developing and delivering high quality, services and solutions across all of our business areas including membership services, HR Employment services, Leadership Development and Assessment Centres.

You’ll have great interpersonal skills to be able to connect with clients, our associates and our internal team. We’re an ambitious organisation and this is a key role in bringing a “can do” attitude and your creative ideas for efficient and effective systems to measure our customer satisfaction and continuously improve our business.

The role will involve some elements of personal delivery, so if you’ve got a flair for delivering events and development activities that are innovative and engaging and want an opportunity to make your mark in a regional organisation that is going places, take a look at the role profile and let’s start the conversation….

Salary from: £30,756.00

Contract: Permanent

Working hours: Full time

Application Deadline: 9 00 am on Monday 20 August 2018

Interview and assessment date: Thursday 30 August 2018

Click here to view the role profile 

Please contact Sharon Senior, Director -Delivery, on 07824 140269 for an informal discussion about the role and scope of activities.

To apply for this role please send your expression of interest outlining your suitability for the role along with your CV to support@nwemployers.org.uk

Please note that this is a regional role and there will be a requirement to travel around the North West for client liaison and delivery.

 

 

 

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On social media

10 Keys To Happier Living: Connecting With People

In todays hectic and fast paced world filled with distractions, it can sometimes be hard to make the right amount of time for yourself and others around you. All too often you will board a train or bus and see a sea of people all staring down, absorbing themselves into a digital world, whilst seemingly forgetting that there is a whole world going on around them full of knowledgeable and interesting people that have the ability to change moods, educate you and make you smile.

phone-group-640x360

We would love to see more interaction between people in everyday and work life as we feel it encourages good feelings, learning and actual interaction, which in turn can lead to a happier life. This is not the only aspect of increasing your happiness, but one we feel would play a big role, by putting down the phone or tablet and holding a conversation, many of the 10 keys for happier living identified by the people at Action for Happiness would become easier to achieve.

It would be a lot easier to say “10 keys for happier living, pfft, what a load of garbage’ than taking the time to have a look and perhaps put one into practice and see if any improvement in happiness is achieved – to overcome the urge to feel like you live a perfect life already is the trickiest one, and whilst we are by no means saying you need to fix things, interaction, education and learning are what got you to where you are today, so imagine how much further you can go.

Everyone’s path to happiness is different. Based on the latest research by the Action for Happiness team, they have identified 10 Keys to Happier Living that consistently tend to make life happier and more fulfilling. Together they spell “GREAT DREAM“.

Screen Shot 2016-03-04 at 10.40.38

In this series of weekly articles we will focus on one particular action. In this weeks article we are going to hone in on what feels to be the most important skill in the sector in which we operate.

Connecting With People

People with strong and broad social relationships are happier, healthier and live longer. Close relationships with family and friends provide love, meaning, support and increase our feelings of self worth. Broader networks bring a sense of belonging. So taking action to strengthen our relationships and build connections is essential for happiness.

Action

Pick up your phone and make a call to a friend or family member that you have been meaning to reach out to. Make the first step in reconnecting with that person and when you finish your phone call think about how you feel. We predict you will feel happier and less stressed about things and have a slight change in persona if only for the short term, now imagine if you did that 3 times a week.

If you would like to know more about Action for Happiness you can find everything you will need on their website.

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New Consent Model for Data Sharing Workshop

FREE Workshop: New Consent Model for Data Sharing
Location: North West Employers HQ, Exchange Quay, Salford,

The Caldicott Review into Health and Social Care will propose a new consent/opt-out model for data sharing. This event will enable people to make an informed decision about how their personal confidential data will be used to inform health and social care provision. This could have a major impact on improving integration of services. The session is going to be practical, with hands-on testing of the models and exploring the conversation prompts that would be used with the public.

The workshop is aimed at: Policy leads, operational social care staff, homecare and residential care workforce, people who receive care, and advocates and user groups.

  • Staff/Providers/Professionals: AM
  • People who recieve care, carers, charities, providers: PM (Lunch provided)
  • Policy Lab/NHS able to meet travel expenses and scope for organisations to invoice for backfill for essential roles.
  • Looking for 20-25 participants

Practical Examples of two consent models:

  • How professionals might implement them
  • How the public might experience them

It would be useful if some colleagues attending the morning workshop could be present at the afternoon workshop.

Please contact Janet Appleton if you would like to attend and the NW ADASS Programme Office are happy to discuss any queries that you may have.

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We’re Hiring!

Head of Service Delivery

We don’t stand still here at North West Employers. We’re looking for a dynamic Head of Service Delivery to join our new Management Team and be part of something exciting.

If you are passionate about understanding and exceeding customer expectations and are an experienced programme manager, ideally in a commercial consultancy/learning and development setting, then we’d love to talk to you.

You’ll be accountable for developing and delivering high quality, services and solutions across all of our business areas including membership services, HR Employment services, Leadership Development and Assessment Centres.

You’ll have great interpersonal skills to be able to connect with clients, our associates and our internal team. We’re an ambitious organisation and this is a key role in bringing a “can do” attitude and your creative ideas for efficient and effective systems to measure our customer satisfaction and continuously improve our business.

The role will involve some elements of personal delivery, so if you’ve got a flair for delivering events and development activities that are innovative and engaging and want an opportunity to make your mark in a regional organisation that is going places, take a look at the role profile and let’s start the conversation….

Salary from: £30,756.00

Contract: Permanent

Working hours: Full time

Application Deadline: 9 00 am on Monday 20 August 2018

Interview and assessment date: Thursday 30 August 2018

Click here to view the role profile 

Please contact Sharon Senior, Director -Delivery, on 07824 140269 for an informal discussion about the role and scope of activities.

To apply for this role please send your expression of interest outlining your suitability for the role along with your CV to support@nwemployers.org.uk

Please note that this is a regional role and there will be a requirement to travel around the North West for client liaison and delivery.

 

 

 

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On social media

10 Keys To Happier Living: Connecting With People

In todays hectic and fast paced world filled with distractions, it can sometimes be hard to make the right amount of time for yourself and others around you. All too often you will board a train or bus and see a sea of people all staring down, absorbing themselves into a digital world, whilst seemingly forgetting that there is a whole world going on around them full of knowledgeable and interesting people that have the ability to change moods, educate you and make you smile.

phone-group-640x360

We would love to see more interaction between people in everyday and work life as we feel it encourages good feelings, learning and actual interaction, which in turn can lead to a happier life. This is not the only aspect of increasing your happiness, but one we feel would play a big role, by putting down the phone or tablet and holding a conversation, many of the 10 keys for happier living identified by the people at Action for Happiness would become easier to achieve.

It would be a lot easier to say “10 keys for happier living, pfft, what a load of garbage’ than taking the time to have a look and perhaps put one into practice and see if any improvement in happiness is achieved – to overcome the urge to feel like you live a perfect life already is the trickiest one, and whilst we are by no means saying you need to fix things, interaction, education and learning are what got you to where you are today, so imagine how much further you can go.

Everyone’s path to happiness is different. Based on the latest research by the Action for Happiness team, they have identified 10 Keys to Happier Living that consistently tend to make life happier and more fulfilling. Together they spell “GREAT DREAM“.

Screen Shot 2016-03-04 at 10.40.38

In this series of weekly articles we will focus on one particular action. In this weeks article we are going to hone in on what feels to be the most important skill in the sector in which we operate.

Connecting With People

People with strong and broad social relationships are happier, healthier and live longer. Close relationships with family and friends provide love, meaning, support and increase our feelings of self worth. Broader networks bring a sense of belonging. So taking action to strengthen our relationships and build connections is essential for happiness.

Action

Pick up your phone and make a call to a friend or family member that you have been meaning to reach out to. Make the first step in reconnecting with that person and when you finish your phone call think about how you feel. We predict you will feel happier and less stressed about things and have a slight change in persona if only for the short term, now imagine if you did that 3 times a week.

If you would like to know more about Action for Happiness you can find everything you will need on their website.

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New Consent Model for Data Sharing Workshop

FREE Workshop: New Consent Model for Data Sharing
Location: North West Employers HQ, Exchange Quay, Salford,

The Caldicott Review into Health and Social Care will propose a new consent/opt-out model for data sharing. This event will enable people to make an informed decision about how their personal confidential data will be used to inform health and social care provision. This could have a major impact on improving integration of services. The session is going to be practical, with hands-on testing of the models and exploring the conversation prompts that would be used with the public.

The workshop is aimed at: Policy leads, operational social care staff, homecare and residential care workforce, people who receive care, and advocates and user groups.

  • Staff/Providers/Professionals: AM
  • People who recieve care, carers, charities, providers: PM (Lunch provided)
  • Policy Lab/NHS able to meet travel expenses and scope for organisations to invoice for backfill for essential roles.
  • Looking for 20-25 participants

Practical Examples of two consent models:

  • How professionals might implement them
  • How the public might experience them

It would be useful if some colleagues attending the morning workshop could be present at the afternoon workshop.

Please contact Janet Appleton if you would like to attend and the NW ADASS Programme Office are happy to discuss any queries that you may have.

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We’re Hiring!

We’re Hiring!

We don’t stand still here at North West Employers. We’re looking for a dynamic Head of Service Delivery to join our new Management Team and be part of something exciting.

read more
10 Keys To Happier Living: Connecting With People

10 Keys To Happier Living: Connecting With People

In todays hectic and fast paced world filled with distractions, it can sometimes be hard to make the right amount of time for yourself and others around you. All too often you will board a train or bus and see a sea of people all staring down, absorbing themselves into a digital world, whilst seemingly forgetting that there is a whole world going on around them full of knowledgeable and interesting people that have the ability to change moods, educate you and make you smile.

read more
New Consent Model for Data Sharing Workshop

New Consent Model for Data Sharing Workshop

The Caldicott Review into Health and Social Care will propose a new consent/opt-out model for data sharing. This event will enable people to make an informed decision about how their personal confidential data will be used to inform health and social care provision. This could have a major impact on improving integration of services. The session is going to be practical, with hands-on testing of the models and exploring the conversation prompts that would be used with the public.

read more

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