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Health and Wellbeing Partnership Coordinator

South Norfolk and Broadland Councils
Place of work:
South Norfolk House, Long Stratton; Thorpe Lodge, Norwich
Salary details:
£19,961 to £23,493 pro rata, per annum
Job term:
Part Time
18.5 hours per week
Fixed Term
Closing date:
02 October 2022 11:30 PM
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Fixed Term for two years


Role Snapshot…

This is an exciting new role to provide administrative support to the health and wellbeing partnership which is a collaboration between the local authorities and North and South Norfolk NHS locality team.

This is a joint role between the local authority and North and South Norfolk NHS locality team.  The successful applicant will be embedded within both teams, to ensure excellent links for the shared work of both organisations. The role will be line managed by and work closely with the Health and Wellbeing Partnership Officer.

What you’ll be doing…

  • To organise, attend and arrange meetings, circulate agendas and take minutes following meetings as directed.
  • To provide first point of contact to members of the partnership and provide general advice and assistance where required.
  • Support partnership members by organising events and online and in person meetings by booking venues, issuing invitations, organise papers, refreshments, materials etc.
  • Obtain records and maintain data for performance management purposes in accordance with the Councils’ GDPR policies.
  • Liaise with external agencies and the request of members of Partnership.
  • Generate invoices and purchase orders relating to grant funding awarded to the partnership.

You must have/be…

  • Experience with project administration, including event management (e.g. venue booking, invites, publicity, refreshments, material etc).
  • Demonstrable experience interacting with customers and the public.
  • GCSE in English and Mathematics or equivalent qualification/experience to demonstrate numeracy and literacy skills.
  • Well-developed administrative and IT skills
  • Demonstrable ability to prioritise work to strict deadlines and under pressure on a variety of duties.
  • Excellent communication skills supported by experience of dealing with customers on the telephone and face-to-face regarding issues which are often contentious.
  • 30% of this role’s time will be spent on external communication.


You may still have questions and can contact Abigail Langley by emailing Abigail.Langley@southnorfolkandbroadland.gov.uk to answer these for you.


If you are an external applicant, please apply via our website. If internal, please apply via submitting your expression of interest to Abigail Langley; a template for an expression of interest can be found on Connect.

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