Assistant Director of Population Health & Health IntelligenceBand: 8DEmployer: NHS Northamptonshire Integrated Care BoardDepartment: Population HealthLocation: Francis Crick House, Moulton Park, Northampton NN3 6BFThis promises to be a fulfilling and exciting role to the right candidate. You will be someone with a passion for addressing health inequalities, leading health improvement and innovation at scale and working across our system to serve our communities. We are seeking an articulate individual, confident to communicate with, and inspire a wide variety of stakeholders and able to adopt an evidence and data-driven approach to change management. Ideally, you will be familiar with complex datasets and able to conceptualise how these could be analysed to create a convincing case for change. You will be tenacious and able to use your research skills to seek innovative solutions to address the population needs highlighted. In order to make a successful leader for this critical programme of work, you will be organised, have experience of managing complex change programmes, an ability to work across sectors and with a multitude of stakeholders. You will be familiar with Population Health Management principles, driven to implement outcome based approaches and be passionate about improving care and reducing inequalities.If this sounds like a refreshing challenge to you, and you feel you have what we are looking for, we would like to hear from you. We invite you to look at the Job Description and Person Specification for further detail about the role. Should you wish to discuss this opportunity further, please contact Matt Metcalfe, Chief Medical Officer on 07907483556The post holder will need to provide advice and expertise on the effective engagement and communication of Population Health principles and approaches across the Integrated Care Board, with other partner organisations and the delivery of healthcare with patients, the public and patient advocacy organisations.The post holder will be required to undertake regular journeys across Northamptonshire and other sites for meetings and also work flexible hours in order to meet the demands and deadlines required.The post holder will also contribute to the development of population health service transformation capacity and capability, supporting the development and mentorship of individuals across the organisation as appropriate.The post holder needs to be highly proficient in the use of all relevant software applications including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel. The role requires a very high level of emotional resilience and ability to concentrate intensely.The post is based within the organisation's Population Health Team and will work closely with the Public Health Consultants.