Fixed term, part time (one or two days a week for a year)



Vita Health Group work in partnership with the NHS, to support the UK’s largest companies to help support their workforce and provide a full range of physiotherapy services to private customers. They are physical and mental health specialists with over 30 years of experience. Vita is fast growing, innovative and ambitious. 


In this role you would be leading on organising and facilitating outreach sessions with particular communities in central and east Bristol to help find out more about the blocks and barriers people from particular communities experience around accessing the ‘Vitaminds’ service.

To support Vita’s Equality and Diversity agenda, the post holder would ideally be from Central and East Bristol, from an ethnic minority (‘BAME’) background, and have some experience of working with and engaging communities. Some experience in research/ evaluation would also be helpful but is not essential as full support will be given.

As part of the role, you will be required to find out whether people think that Vitaminds in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) is appropriate for them and  explore ways in which the service could be adapted to make it feel more accessible and relevant to people from these communities.

This role is part of a research project facilitated by a grant from NHS ‘Charities Together’. The successful candidate would be offered support from Leads in the ‘Vitaminds’ team and from researchers at the University of Bristol.




  • Experience of working with and engaging communities
  • Good knowledge of the St Pauls/ Easton area of Bristol. Some lived experience of the issues facing people from ethnic minorities
  • Ability to organise and facilitate groups of people
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Good knowledge of local services in central and east Bristol
  • Knowledge of the Voluntary Sector in central and east Bristol

  • Experience of facilitating/ running groups in the community
  • Experience of exploring other methods of hearing from diverse communities
  • Ability to undertake research and produce reports based on this
  • Experience of and enthusiasm for equality and diversity work
  • Some basic knowledge about research and evaluation (though support will be given)

To Apply:

Salary: £22,549-£24,882 pro rata, per annum (equivalent to AFC Band 4)
Hours: One day a week for a year
Contract: Fixed Term 
Deadline: 3rd December


Head to this link to find out more about the role and how to apply.

You do not need to be registered at Babbasa to apply for this role.