About Age UK Lambeth We support older people in Lambeth to live enriched, productive and purposeful lives: challenging the stigma of ageing, reducing social isolation and ensuring they get the right support at the right time. We are kind, person-centred and outcome-focused - finding solutions that work by listening, being flexible and including older people in delivering services. What you'll be doing? The post holder will support a project funded by Impact on Urban Health to co-develop and test a bio-psycho-social approach to caring for chronic pain patients in primary care. The project has focused on addressing health inequalities faced by people from Black communities, recognising the historic inequalities in access to care and health outcomes experienced by Black people living with chronic pain. The successful candidate will act as the coordinator and the main point of contact for our patient cohort. You will support patients throughout the pathway, including screening and on-boarding, facilitating group sessions and connecting with the voluntary sector. You will also support the operational set-up and running of the service. To successfully coordinate and support the delivery of the programme across primary care. Take the lead in managing the scheduling and coordination of the PEACS programme, including scheduling workshops, assessments, and follow-up reviews with patients, securing rooms, printing materials etc. Proactively call patients to encourage them to join the programme. Facilitate Workshops with residents in the community. Track patient progress, workshop and assessment bookings, collect feedback from patients, and clearly communicate this with relevant staff members. We work in partnership with a large number of statutory and community services and organisations across the borough. Provide ongoing support and follow-up for patients, linking them with appropriate services to meet their needs. Network to identify new services and community groups for clients to be referred to. To attend community events to promote the work of social prescribing and the PEACS service to develop strong referral links with local agencies and to encourage self-referrals. What you need to bring Able to write compelling communications to advocate for your clients. Able to work collaboratively with a wide range of stakeholders Able to analyse data and create engaging reports What you'll benefit from Generous pension provision - 7% employer contribution 26 days holiday a year rising to 31 days after 5 years A great staff culture with kindness at its heart How to apply To apply please follow the instructions. You will be required to upload your CV and a letter of application answering the following 4 questions (in no more than 250 words per question). Please see below Closing date 15th December at 5pm Interview Date 19th December We will be checking applications and inviting to interview while the advert is still live.