Opportunities in Integrated Care Partnerships (ICPs)
ICPs are working across Northern Ireland to improve the health and well being of their local communities and supporting a wide range of partners to work together to make things better. Their work mainly focuses on improving services for adults with long term conditions and older people’s care.
Each ICP - there are 17 in total - is led by a committee which includes people who work in the health and social care service, community and voluntary sector, the local council and service users and carers.
We want to hear from people who work or volunteer in a community or voluntary organisation, which delivers or coordinates activities related to health and wellbeing outcomes.
The role is likely to appeal to people who have a broad strategic health and wellbeing remit, and who would like to be part of improving health and wellbeing in their local area.
We’re looking to fill vacancies in a number of ICP areas across Northern Ireland, including east and north Belfast, North Down, and Newry and Mourne.
Closing date: 5pm, Thursday 22 July 2021.
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