Healthwatch Lancashire is here to improve health and social care for people in Lancashire.

We care about people and we care about making things better. If you do too, we’d like to hear from you.  

Take a look below for all our current vacancies.

New Opportunities


Leyland, Lancashire


Full-time, Permanent

Additional benefits: Additional 6 days leave at Christmas, 6% pension contribution, supportive team culture


We’re looking for a  Communications Team Leader to join our vibrant team to help us connect more people with our work and services.

If you’re enthusiastic and driven, and know how to craft impactful written content, you could be who we’re looking for.


The Job

This is an exciting opportunity that’s all about improving our visibility to help us connect with more people.

In a fast-paced environment you will help us portray our organisation in a vibrant and innovative way whilst increasing our voice and our reach.

With excellent project management skills, you will oversee and contribute to the production of diverse digital and physical marketing materials, all geared towards increasing our reach and impact.


About you

You will be a creative and enthusiastic team player who knows how to make the most out of your own skills.

You will be driven to achieve great results; a forward thinker and flexible in approach, who enjoys a varied role.

Are you ready to help us spread the word?


Find out more about the role here:


To apply 

Please send a copy of your CV including the contact information of two references to


The closing date for applications is 9am, Thursday 18th August 2022.


For an informal chat to discuss the role please contact Kerry Prescott on 01524 239100.


Leyland, Lancashire

Voluntary position

Expenses will be paid

Additional benefits: Be a part of positive change for Lancashire’s people and communities


Healthwatch Lancashire is the public voice for health and social care and exists to make services work for the people who use them.

We believe that the best way to do this is by providing people with opportunities to share their views and experiences… and we’re looking for a Chairperson to lead us as we pursue this belief to deliver positive change for the people of Lancashire. 

If you’re a leader who can help us create a culture of openness and support; if you’re looking for a way to use your understanding of health and care to help others, please take a look below to find out more. 


What the role’s about

The Chairperson of Healthwatch Lancashire is responsible for the leadership of the organisation and ensures that we meet all our legal obligations.

In addition, the Chairperson will provide representation for Healthwatch Lancashire as an active member of our operator’s board of trustees attending meetings where agreed.

The Chairperson will work closely with our Chief Executive to guide the organisation‚Äôs strategic direction setting overarching goals whilst providing clear and informed leadership. 


What’ll you be doing

As our Chairperson you will be a leader and spokesperson. You will represent Healthwatch Lancashire as a senior figure and guiding hand, including:

  • Acting as an ambassador for Healthwatch, providing representation at external functions, meetings and events
  • Providing leadership support to the staff team and volunteers
  • Supporting the development of a strategic plan for Healthwatch, ensuring that it is implemented in accordance with statutory obligations
  • Helping steer Healthwatch through changes and challenges, managing risk and ensuring its financial viability
  • Supporting the Chief Executive Officer in their role of: – Championing Healthwatch Lancashire – Relationship building with key strategic partners
  • Promoting a culture of openness, critical thinking and grounded debate
  • Promoting good governance and the execution of best practice


About you

We appreciate applications from anyone with a passion for promoting excellent health and care, but the ideal candidate may have:

  • Familiarity with relevant health and social care organisations in Lancashire and a good understanding of the current economy.
  • Knowledge of health and care provision 
  • A commitment to the aims and objectives of Healthwatch
  • Knowledge of community engagement and involvement – with particular reference to health and wellbeing
  • Strong leadership and people management skills
  • The ability to work effectively as part of a team, contributing an independent perspective
  • Integrity in the performance of their duties, identifying and declaring any vested interests or conflict of interest
  • No political affiliation
  • Desire to participate in training and development activities associated with their role


Find out more about the role here:


To apply 

Please complete and submit the following to


The closing date for applications is 9am, Monday 11th April 2022.


For an informal chat to discuss the role please contact Kerry Prescott on 01524 239100.

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