Application submission deadline: Monday 31st January 2022
Interviews: Friday 4th February 2022
Active Lancashire is looking for an external researcher to support the evaluation of the ESF-funded Business Health Matters project.
Active Lancashire and its partners have been successful in submitting a Priority 2.1 bid to the Lancashire ESF fund. In response to the increased levels of poor health within Lancashire’s workforce, the programme offers two main services to businesses in the form of the ESF-funded Workplace Health Champion Training and the government-backed Workplace Health Screenings service. The Workplace Health Champion Training project aims to support people aged 18+ who are in work, to develop skills to maintain or advance their employment. The free training includes basic skills (Mathematics, English and ESOL) and a Level 2 and Level 3 NCFE-accredited qualification for those individuals who wish to drive change in their organisations and create a network of health ambassadors across the county. Workplace Health Champions will work collaboratively with our delivery partners and each other to continue to inspire and motivate their colleagues to live happier, healthier lives. The screenings, focused on employees aged 50+, combine a physical health assessment and mental health element to produce a unique tool for employees to learn more about their own health and take positive steps to improve it.
For more information and how to apply please click on the link on the right. If you have any questions please contact Iliana Makri at [email protected]