Service Coordinator Location: Bedford Salary: £22,000 - £24,000 Type: Permanent, Full Time ICS Health & Wellbeing is a dynamic and accomplished organisation dedicated to making the UK’s local and workplace communities healthier. Working with local authorities, CCGs and employers, we design, implement and evaluate innovative health and wellbeing services that will result in long-term health benefits through sustained behaviour change. The ICS Health & Wellbeing brand has been selected to deliver the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NHS DPP) across the UK. NHS England, Public Health England and Diabetes UK have committed to improving efforts to prevent diabetes. The programme is designed to deliver on Physical activity and dietary components, underpinned by behaviour change techniques. We are currently seeking someone from a coordination background to join us as a Service Coordinator for the National Diabetes Prevention Programme. This Programme is delivered by our Health & Wellbeing Division and focuses on helping Service Users to reduce their risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes. You will be involved in the Coordination of the Program within the Bedford, Luton and Milton Keynes region. Responsibilities Provide administrative support to the Service Manager. Develop and coordinate the Delivery of the NDPP Intervention across the area. Create a delivery plan of the programmes and allocate to staff accordingly. Build Relationships with key stakeholders of the prevention programme. Manage and Resolve service issues alongside the Service Manager. Produce reports on Service user feedback. Schedule and organise resources and equipment for Initial Assessments and group sessions Review and action feedback from Service Users. About You Ability to prioritise and manage a busy workload. Possess a friendly and outgoing demeanour and can also maintain professionalism within a professional capacity. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to manage and build Relationships. Have an overall calm approach and can demonstrate this during difficult situations. Qualifications: Hold a minimum undergraduate degree in a Health Related Subject (Nutrition/Public Health/Sports) Previous experience within an administration capacity with strong organisational skills. Previous experience of dealing with internal/external enquiries and complaints. Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Packages including Word and Excel. ICS has been listed in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies to work for 4 times in the last 6 years. And you can be part of this. In return for your hard work we can offer a competitive salary, 25 days annual leave ( bank holidays), company pension scheme, as well as numerous flexible benefits. Ongoing support from the teams Regional Manager, which includes regular assessment and development, lots of opportunity for career progression, alongside working with a supportive and friendly team.