This post is part of the North Kensington Health Recovery (NKR) programme, which is funded by NHS England to support communities affected by the Grenfell incident in 2017.
NKR developed a Health and Wellbeing Strategy for North Kensington based on the health needs that the North Kensington communities highlighted as needed following the Grenfell incident. Main objectives of this role advertised involves developing services for Children and Young People aligned to the strategy, as well as adapting the health and wellbeing services to changing contextual factors caused by COVID-19.
The post holder will be required to work closely with the Children’s commissioning teams across the Tri Borough and North West London CCG, also with the external organisations such as Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL), the local authority for Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC), and Public Health etc.
Furthermore, the post holder will be working closely with the NKR Engagement colleagues to be involved in detailed engagements with North Kensington local stakeholders, and the design of specific services and pathways for and with particular local population. This also involves working closely with the Grenfell incident Survivors and the Bereaved, parents and carers, voluntary and statutory organisations.
Closing date: 02/02/2021