We are excited to announce that through our programme to support people who experience severe multiple disadvantage (SMD) we have been accepted onto the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (formerly the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government) Changing Futures programme. We have received over £3.5 million to support people experiencing SMD in Nottingham.
Opportunity Nottingham have supported people facing SMD in Nottingham City since June 2014. The project was set up to deliver support for eight years until June 2022.
Opportunity Nottingham will stop taking referrals permanently at midday Friday 29 October 2021 and will close end of June 2022. Changing Futures will be the offering for the city going forward. It will be delivered as a partnership, made up of statutory and voluntary organisations across Nottingham City, and led by the Nottingham City Integrated Care Partnership. Find out more
We are recruiting for several Changing Futures roles over the coming months hosted within our partner organisations.
We are currently advertising for:
- A Programme Director who will oversee the delivery of the Changing Futures programme. This role is hosted by Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. Details of the role and how to apply here:
- Severe and Multiple Disadvantage Practitioner – specialising in primary care hosted by Nottingham City General Practice Alliance. Apply here.
- Severe and Multiple Disadvantage Practitioner – specialising in mental health hosted by Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. Apply here.
Next week we will be advertising for a Strategic Commissioning Manager, hosted by Nottingham Coty Council. We will promote this and other roles via Twitter @ICPNottmCity, so follow us to be the first to hear about future opportunities!