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Stroke Association

Health Inequalities Lead Home-based, UK Nationwide

Job description

We know that health inequalities exist across the whole stroke pathway – from stroke prevention, through to the treatment and support people receive to rebuild their lives after stroke. We also know that stroke disproportionately affects some groups more than others. We are passionate about driving for change across the whole system and addressing health inequalities as part of our overall approach to Solving Inequity in Stroke.
The Health Inequalities Lead plays a key role in helping us deliver on these commitments, both internally and externally. They will give a prominence to the health inequalities agenda, building their own expert knowledge, in order to advise and support other teams and build their capability. Whilst responsible for delivering specific projects, they will also support and collaborate with teams (and hold them to account) for the ongoing delivery, monitoring and evaluation of health inequalities-related activities.
We’re looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join the Systems Partnerships team.
Reporting to the Head of Systems Partnerships, the Health Inequalities Lead will work in close collaboration with colleagues across several teams, especially those in our Locality Impact directorate, and with leads for Diversity and Inclusion, Accessibility and Involvement.
Key responsibilities will include:

  • Providing expert advice and support to internal teams.
  • Supporting strategic thinking and delivery.
  • Enabling an integrated approach to Solving Inequity in Stroke.
  • Partnership working with external stakeholders and oversight of external stakeholders’ health inequalities activities.
    You will have the following key knowledge, skills and experience:
  • Experience of working on health inequalities and specialist knowledge of contributing factors.
  • Effective networking and relationship-building skills.
  • Ability to work across teams and hold to account.
  • Experience of developing and facilitating collaboration between teams and organizations.
  • Experience of managing change across multiple stakeholders.
  • Project management experience and strong planning and organisational skills.
  • Strategic thinking, communication and analytical skills.
    To fulfil the role, you must be a resident of the UK and have the right to work in the UK.
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