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Non-executive directors

We are seeking to appoint up to three new Non-Executive Directors in 2019, to complement the skillsets and experience of the current board. All candidates will be expected to bring a strong passion for, and engagement with, the vision and objectives of Social Finance, a robust understanding and appreciation of the organisation’s role and the scale of the challenge of its mission within and outside the UK, experience across the social sector and private or public sectorsand an understanding of the challenge to work effectively across these different worlds. 

For more information view the Job Description here.

IPS Grow - Team Assistant

We are seeking a part-time Team Assistant to support the Social Finance health and employment team.

 The role will be focused on supporting a national programme, backed by NHS England, to enable the effective scale-up of employment services that help people with mental health issues into fulfilling, paid work.

This is an exciting opportunity to make an impact in helping more people with serious mental difficulties access support to find employment of their choosing. 70-90% of people with mental health issues would like to work, but only 37% are in paid employment. For people with severe mental illness, it’s just 7%.  Our work will help expand proven approaches that deliver outstanding job outcomes for this group.

The Team Assistant will play a key role as part of our central programme team. You will be passionate about changing people’s lives for the better, be highly organised, proactive, and reliable. You will have experience supporting complex programmes in an administrative or similar role and will comfortable handling a wide variety of duties from managing expense claims to organising events.

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User Researcher

Social Finance is a global leader in creating social change and is looking for a User Researcher to join our fast‐growing team. You will work closely with social change innovators, thought‐leaders, data‐scientists, and social
issue experts to design and deliver services that enable the public and social sector to provide better support for some of the country’s most vulnerable populations.

You will work at the intersection of data, digital and public services: How should the government use data and digital to support its citizens? How do you design services that can respond to changing user needs? And, how do you avoid introducing ethical, social, or cultural bias into solutions and services?

For more information view the Job Description here.