Panoramic Associates is seeking a highly motivated and skilled Interim Senior Public Health Project Lead to join our local authority client for a full time, 6 month contract. This role will play a crucial part in driving the implementation of actions resulting from the Black African Caribbean Health Inequalities Review.
As the Interim Senior Project Lead, you will be responsible for coordinating and spearheading efforts to reduce health inequalities, with a particular focus on ethnicity, racism, and discrimination. You will work closely with various stakeholders to ensure the effective implementation of recommendations from the review, aimed at addressing health disparities affecting Black Caribbean and Black African populations in the city.
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of health inequalities related to ethnicity, racism, and discrimination.
- Collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders, including community organizations, healthcare providers, and local authorities, to develop strategies for reducing health disparities.
- Engage and influence stakeholders at all levels to ensure the successful implementation of recommendations from the review.
- Leverage the role of the health and wellbeing board, Integrated Care Systems (ICS), and other partners to improve health outcomes and tackle health inequalities affecting Black and Ethnic Minority populations.
- Utilise public health research, data, and evidence to effectively advocate for change and influence system leaders and partners.
- Develop and coordinate the delivery of complex health and wellbeing projects/programmes aimed at reducing inequalities.
- Provide strong people management, mentoring, and guidance to a team of professionals.
- Demonstrate exceptional written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to write programme plans and partnership strategies.
- Adapt quickly to the role's requirements and make a confident start to deliver impactful results within the defined timeframe.
- A deep understanding of health inequalities related to ethnicity, racism, and discrimination.
- Proven experience in collaborating with diverse stakeholders to reduce health disparities affecting Black Caribbean and Black African populations.
- Ability to engage and influence stakeholders at all levels, driving consensus and action.
- Familiarity with the roles of health and wellbeing boards, Integrated Care Systems (ICS), and other partners in improving health outcomes and addressing health inequalities.
- Proficiency in utilising public health research, data, and evidence to inform decision-making and drive change.
- Extensive experience in developing and coordinating the delivery of complex health and wellbeing projects/programmes.
- Strong people management skills, with the ability to lead and inspire a team.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with a track record of producing programme plans and partnership strategies.
- Adaptable and quick to learn, able to hit the ground running and make an immediate impact in the role.
This is a temporary/interim position for a period of 6 months. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to contribute significantly to the ongoing efforts of reducing health inequalities in the city.
Note: This is an interim position specifically focused on the implementation of recommendations from the report.