Last updated: 24/06/2022


Head of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion – 10/07/2022 23:59

Reporting to the Associate Director of EDI & Wellbeing, the Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion will create and roll out the Trust’s EDI Strategy to improve staff experience and provide greater awareness within the Trust.  The Strategy will also include the creation of an educational programme with the potential for application across other NHS Trusts. This is a unique opportunity for a successful candidate to influence EDI policy and outcomes across London.

Internal Vacancy

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Job RefBandJob TitleClosing Date
64538aCommissioning Manager08.07.22
62856Workforce Data Officer26.06.22
64314Business Support/PA30.06.22

Type of contractJob titleJob RefBandClosing date
Fixed Term Contract/SecondmentBusiness Support/PA6431430.06.22
PermanentCommissioning Manager64538a08.07.22
PermanentGreener Business Support Manager6474710.07.22
PermanentProgramme Support Ofiicer6462610.07.22
PermanentPrimary Care Transformation Prog Manager6470730.06.22
Fixed Term Contract/SecondmentEDI Project Support Officer6485510.07.22

Secondment/FTC opportunity with the Wellbeing of Women charity & Behaviour Change Team

The charity Wellbeing of Women are offering a unique opportunity to work with NHSEI to develop and begin to deliver a new approach to increase the number of primary and community care clinicians who ‘think menopause’ when women with peri-menopause and menopause present to them.  Its purpose is to raise primary and community clinician and public awareness of the menopause by delivering successful behaviour change to improve primary and community care’s ability to recognise, signpost and appropriately support women in seeking and receiving the menopause care they need.

The successful applicant will have the opportunity to gain practical experience of:

  • working on a high-impact multi-stakeholder national programme
  • evaluation and associated knowledge mobilisation of what works and why
  • starting implementation to increase understanding of menopause and the support offer available to women.

The post-holder will be embedded in the Behaviour Change Team, working with the programme team, behavioural scientists, quality improvement and process engineers, knowledge managers, clinicians and the senior team.  It is a 12 month full-time secondment with a flexible remote/hybrid base.  The successful candidate can work from home with occasional travel into Central London.  Salary will be in the range £47,126-£75,874 (AfC Bands 8a-8c) commensurate with experience and current salary.

Please see the attached job description and person profile for further details on the role.

If you are interested in applying please submit a CV with covering letter describing your suitability and motivation for the role, and a brief (approximately half-page) plan of how you would approach the project. Applications should be submitted by email to

Applications will close at 1700 on 15th July 2022.