Regional Service Design Analyst (Social Isolation) x 2
Regional Service Design Analyst (Social Isolation)
Based in London HQ, South Regional Office (Swindon, Plymouth, Southampton or Brighton) or Midlands (Birmingham or Derby).
Full time – 35 hours per week
£24,969.60 per annum (plus £4,452 London weighting if London based)
Fixed Term Contract until April 2018 (external secondments considered)
The Royal British Legion is changing. We've always been proud to be there for the millions of Servicemen and women who have put their lives on the line in the service of our country. Our new Information, Advice and Support strategy will help us support more of our beneficiaries - the Armed Forces community - throughout their lives, where, when and how they need it most. We'll provide direct help to them and their dependants, fight for their rights and remember the sacrifices they've made.
One of our key ambitions within this new strategy is to define and pilot services to tackle social isolation and loneliness, and following the initiation of a new dedicated project, The Legion is now seeking 2 enthusiastic and proactive professionals to join its Social Isolation Project Team, in an exciting new role. Working with colleagues from across the Legion, you will support a comprehensive review of TRBL’s current service provision and conduct a regional external service mapping exercise, forging relationships with those organisations demonstrating best practice, in order to identify key gaps and barriers to support for veterans, serving personnel and their families. This role involves working in a small team alongside 2 further Service Design Analysts and collectively you will work towards collating a Social Isolation Services Catalogue that covers the whole of the UK as well as delivering a small number of local pilot events.
You will be able to demonstrate experience of working with and engaging stakeholder communities in a customer focused environment and experience in producing project documentation would be an advantage. You will have excellent communication, planning and organisational skills and be a strong team player.
This is a fantastic opportunity to play an integral role in a hugely important project that has the potential to affect real impactful change and enhance the wellbeing of our Armed Forces Community.
Please apply by clicking 'Apply' below and this will redirect you to The Royal British Legion's job site.
Closing date for applications is 14th August 2017.