Health & Wellbeing Advisor
£15.00 per hour for group sessions
£12.50 per hour for one to one sessions
This role covers Central, North and East areas of Cambridge
A car driver is essential.
ICS Health & Wellbeing is a dynamic and accomplished organisation dedicated to making the UK’s local and workplace communities healthier. Working with local authorities, CCGs and employers, we design, implement and evaluate innovative health and wellbeing services that will result in long-term health benefits through sustained behaviour change.
We are currently seeking a Health & Wellbeing Advisor to deliver a Diabetes Prevention Programme that comprises of physical activity and dietary components underpinned by behaviour change techniques.
The Health & Wellbeing Advisor is responsible for delivering group and 1 to 1 sessions which facilitate health improvement with a non-judgemental and motivational approach; and maintaining contact with service users between face-to-face contacts to ensure engagement.
- Conduct the Initial Assessment with the service user, take clinical and non-clinical measurements including validated questionnaires, height and weight, and POCT (finger and venous blood samples) for HbA1C (training will be provided)
- Deliver group activity sessions
- Conduct 1 to 1 review sessions with the service user at regular intervals
- Implement a service user engagement strategy to ensure adherence to the programme and minimise drop-outs
- Maintain accurate data monitoring records for all service users within your caseload
- Where required, conduct risk assessments on potential delivery venues
- Where required, deliver engagement events to generate interest in the programme from potential service users and stakeholders
- Liaise with Service Users, Service Manager, NDPP Relationship Manager, Operations Manager, Head of Service Development and key stakeholders
We are looking for individuals who have a minimum 2:2 in either Sport Science, Sports and Nutrition, Nutritional Science or a relevant health trainer experience. Candidates with a nutrition degree would be an advantage as you could progress to delivering the nutrition side of the programme if the need arises.
Additional training in areas such as motivational interviewing and behaviour change would be an asset. Other essentials are the ability to prioritise and manage your caseload, a positive attitude, and strong interpersonal skills, in particular, active listening.
Why ICS Health & Wellbeing?
ICS has been listed in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies to work for four times in the last six years. We are a forward thinking organisation offering excellent training with ongoing support and development to help you realise your potential and career aspirations. We believe that our success is based on your success. We offer a wide range of company benefits including a pension scheme and 25 days holiday (pro-rata).
This is a part-time position which will include some evenings and occasional weekend work and will include some local travel.
ICS is an equal opportunities employer
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