THE CONTEXT IN WHICH YOU WILL WORK

Our Purpose

To help people during their most critical time of need.

Our Vision                                 

To be the most respected provider of welfare support for those in front line services.

Our Mission

To provide a high-quality medical welfare service to those who serve the nation and the community when they are in the patient care pathway, in order to deliver capability and productivity.

Our Values

Commitment
We are passionately committed in heart and mind to the people we support, delivering our service whenever and wherever they happen to be.

Integrity
We act with integrity, consistency, and honesty in all that we do.

People
We support each other. We trust, encourage and develop our staff, because we know that it’s our people who make us what we are.

Working Together

We work collaboratively together and with others to provide the best possible service to the people we support.

The salary is £22,660.00 pro rata. The role will be 2 days per week reporting to VPPP Programme Lead. This will be a fixed term contract which will be mostly home based with travel across East and West Midlands and North East and Yorkshire.

YOUR PURPOSE

You will play a vital role in supporting the smooth operation and successful execution of the Midlands and North East & Yorks VPPP Programme, aimed at reshaping veteran support regionally. With a focus on seamless access to mental health services through dynamic collaboration, nurturing cross sector partnerships across the two regions, your role will involve various administrative duties. This presents an excellent opportunity for a skilled individual with experience in project and/or multi-department assistance as well as organisational governance and best practice. Your contribution will be pivotal to the Programme and DMWS’s impactful work.

 BENEFITS

o Annual Leave: We give employees 30 days a year annual leave plus Public Holidays (pro-rata’d for part-time employees).
o Pension: Auto enrolment onto DMWS workplace pension scheme – subject to eligibility. You will make a minimum contribution of 5% which DMWS will match. Contributions will be matched up to 6% by DMWS.
o Death in Service Scheme: Three times your annual salary to nominated beneficiaries – subject to eligibility.
o Flexible Working: All flexible working requests are considered – many of our staff work flexible hours and work wholly, or partly from home.
o Smart Health: Access to a 24/7 virtual GP service, with a counselling service and on-line help and support around health and well-being matters.
o Work-based Parking/Mileage: For those who pay to park at their work-base, fees are repaid through expenses. Mileage claims are reimbursed in line with HMRC guidelines.
o Enhanced Sick Pay: Enhanced sick pay scheme for all employees upon completion of their probationary period.
o Staff Recognition: Staff are regularly recognised for their work by the leadership team and their peers, via internal events, social media, and industry awards.
o Personal Development Programme: DMWS supports employee continuing professional development and training.
o Above all, being part of the DMWS team means that you are making a difference to the lives of those working on the frontline.
o £25 contribution towards eye tests and a contribution of £50 towards glasses. (As long as they are only needed for DSE use and not otherwise needed on a standard prescription).
o Enhanced maternity/paternity/adoption family friendly benefits.

For more information on the job description please click here Project-Coordinator-2.docx

Applications close on Friday 31st May 2024
To apply please submit a CV and covering letter explaining why you would be a good fit for the role. Please remember to click on ‘upload’ otherwise we may not receive your attachments. Applicants must hold a full UK Driving Licence. Applications will be considered as they are submitted. DMWS reserve the right to close the application process early and feedback will only be provided to candidates who attend interviews.