The Reading Agency is a dynamic 'think and do' organisation committed to inspiring more people to read more, encouraging them to share their enjoyment of reading and celebrating the difference reading makes to all our lives.
We welcome people into our workforce who are enthusiastic, creative and have a passion for reading and the written word - in all its marvellous forms.
We are pleased that you are interested in working for us. This is where you will find details of any current vacancies.
Reading and health strategic development manager
We are looking for an experienced and skilled individual with up to date knowledge of the health sector and a particular focus on mental health, to help take the development of Reading Well Books on Prescription forward as a sustainable early intervention community health service.
This is a one year full time contract.
- Build a business strategy which includes development of national and local commissioning and fundraising
- Work on the delivery of the scheme for children and young people's well-being with health and library partners, for launch in Jan 16
- Lead the Reading Agency's work on the wider library health offer supporting the Society of Chief Librarians' Universal Health Offer
You will have
- Personal credibility working with senior people in health and social care
- Good knowledge of health sector including national and local commissioning and evidence based practice
- Experience of programme design and management
To find out more, please download the job description
To apply, please download and complete the application form and return this, along with your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com
Closing date for applications is 5.00 pm on Thursday 16 July 2015
Interviews will be held in central London on Friday 24 July 2015
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Equal opportunities and diversity
We are committed to equal opportunities in all aspects of our work. We are committed to ensuring that no contractor, job applicant or employee is discriminated against on the grounds of race, colour, age, gender or gender re-assignment, nationality or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, parental status, political or religious beliefs, disability, marital status or trade union membership.