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Sector Engagement & Project Delivery Lead

£37,000 - £42,000 per annum

(depending on experience) + Company pension scheme

Key House, 106 High Street, West Drayton, UK

35 hours per week - Monday to Friday.

About the Role

About Us:
3ST is a growing alliance of visionary charities united to enhance the voluntary sector’s impact across North West London. We’re committed to addressing health inequities and delivering impactful projects. 3ST is also the legal operating force behind H4All, our London Borough of Hillingdon delivery brand.

Join us:
in our journey to create a healthier and more equitable community. Be part of our mission to strengthen health outcomes and support local communities.

As our Sector Engagement and Project Delivery Lead, you’ll play a central role in developing the Voluntary, Community, and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector across North West London.

Your role will involve:
*Stakeholder Engagement: Build and maintain relationships with VCSE organisations and community groups. Be the point of contact, advancing collaboration and involvement.
*Leading strategy: Plan, implement, and evaluate projects. Ensure timely and efficient delivery.
*Communication development: Develop a comprehensive communications strategy to promote 3ST’s mission and initiatives. Create impactful content that addresses health inequities.
*VCSE representation: Advocate for 3ST and the VCSE in the role of supporting health inequities in key meetings and among health and social care.

Why join us?
*Drive meaningful change: Directly influence community health outcomes and tackle health disparities head-on.
*Grow with us: Benefit from our commitment to your professional development and career progression as our organisation continues to develop and grow.
*Innovate for good: Innovation means you’ll be able to thrive in an environment that values creative solution and problem solving.
*Diversity and Inclusion: Be part of an organisation that celebrates diversity and promotes an inclusive culture.
*Collaborative Spirit: Work within a team that welcomes and flourishes in its mission to strengthen community health and wellbeing collaboratively.
*Work / life balance: Work alongside a supportive and empathic team that values the difficulties life can throw at you and encourages a balance and wellbeing.

How to Apply

Apply now and help us build stronger communities across north west London.

Please complete the application form which is included in the pack below and return it to:

Application closure deadline: Monday, 15th July at 9am.

Interviews will take place week beginning 22nd July.

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