Co-operation and Working Together (CAWT) is the cross border health and social care partnership, comprising the Health Service Executive in the Republic of Ireland and the Southern and Western Health & Social Care Trusts, Health and Social Care Board and Public Health Agency in Northern Ireland. Formed in 1992, CAWT's focus is on improving the health and social well-being of the resident population, through strategic and practical cross border collaboration. 

The Coh Sync project worker post offers an exciting opportunity to be part of a new cross border innovative project in Dumfries and Galloway. The Co-operation and Working Together (CAWT) a cross border health and social care partnership, based in Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland, is now working with NHS D&G to develop the Coh Sync project. 

The Coh Sync project (short for Community Health Synchronisation) will be rooted in local communities, taking a community development approach to working with and through existing organisations and initiatives to strengthen capacity for improving health and wellbeing in participating communities. The project will be developed to support individuals and groups to become more active in improving their own health and wellbeing. 

The Project Worker will support the development and implementation of the CoH SYNC project and be responsible for delivering an accredited Health Training Programme for Health Facilitators. A key element of this post is about fostering positive working relationships between all service providers from all sectors.

Closing date: Thursday 21st June

For more information on the post see here.