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Patient and Community Outreach Manager

£32,000 - £35,000/yr
· Permanent | Full Time
· Manchester | On-site

About
The Job

Are you a good networker? Can you build long-lasting and trusting relationships? Do you have experience working in a healthcare environment?

We are looking for an exceptional and authentic networker to join us as our Patient and Community Outreach Manager. This role will be within the Health Engagement division and will support both the patient recruitment and community partnerships teams in delivery of key projects.

We are looking for a friendly, professional, and enthusiastic individual who can deliver an extremely high level of engagement to our stakeholders and colleagues. The role is varied and involves a broad range of duties, therefore an ability to multitask is essential. This role would suit someone who is confident, flexible, and has excellent communication and organisational skills, and most importantly has a true desire to improve health and wellbeing for different communities.

Your role

You will be playing a key role in engaging with the public, patients, communities and other stakeholders within healthcare to help us raise awareness of health research, support recruitment to clinical trials, and ultimately improve health outcomes and health equity.

Key responsibilities for the Patient and Community Outreach Manager are as follows:

  • Supports with the delivery of recruitment objectives for research and/or clinical trials by taking responsibility for the recruitment, engagement, and retention of patients on programmes.
  • Builds a strong network with non-medical partners (e.g., patient advocacy groups, community networks, religious institutions, sport groups, social clubs, schools, retirement homes) to strengthen the awareness of clinical trials.
  • Promotes and builds recognition of the COUCH Health brand with our network.
  • Locates, schedules and facilitates various community-wide events that allows face-to-face interaction to obtain opt-in database leads.
  • Cultivates and maintains respectable relations with the community, promotes research and attends community events.
  • Ensures an increase to the database and actively contributes to initiatives and strategies to enrol potential participants onto the database.
  • Distributes flyers, posters and other advertising material as appropriate to increase awareness of clinical research.
  • Manages projects and acts as point of contact for various internal clients.

About you

To be considered for this exciting opportunity you will require the following skills and experience:

  • Motivated person with a desire to improve representation in research and make health human.
  • Proactive with great attention to detail.
  • Experience in outreach and engagement with the public and communities.
  • A background working in healthcare (UK and Internationally) will be seen as an advantage.
  • Solid interpersonal and problem-solving skills to enable working in a multicultural organisation.
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a collaborative team environment.
  • Confident in various communication methods, including telephone, social media messages, emails and face-to-face.
  • Good organisational skills.

Company perks

Competitive Salary
Health cash plans
30 days annual leave and 8 bank holidays
Your birthday off
Access to mental well-being experts any time
Company pension
Learning and development opportunities
Monthly social events
Bike to work scheme

People first approach

Our company is powered by people diversity and thought diversity. We want applications from all kinds of people and are committed to building a team that has diverse characteristics, backgrounds, skills and personalities. Transformative inclusion is in our DNA, so we always have diverse screening, shortlisting and interview panels to ensure that we recruit the best of the best. This, we believe, will help you and us to achieve great things.

We want our team members to have happy, healthy, and fulfilled lives outside of work. As a highly creative and innovative business, we’re very open to doing things a bit differently. We are happy to consider anyone looking for flexible working, including part-time working, compressed hours and/or a job share.

There will be plenty of opportunity to learn and grow in your job role and we’re committed to providing the necessary training and support to help you develop and reach your full potential, regardless of your background.