Norfolk is a great place to live and work, with access to beautiful coasts and countryside, the vibrant city of Norwich, thriving market towns, affordable housing and good rail links to London. This is an exciting opportunity to come and join us as part of our successful public health team.
Our team provides strategic leadership in the fields of prevention and policy, commissioning of public health funded services, healthcare public health, health intelligence and health protection to improve the health and wellbeing of Norfolks communities. Joining our Public Health Specialist Team, you will support the Director of Public Health to deliver their statutory public health functions across Norfolk with opportunities to help shape and develop ambitious aims for prevention across the system and in working with the Integrated Care Board (ICB) and Integrated Care Partnership (ICP). As a senior level expert, you will advise on public health practice across the spectrum of both our direct work and that of our partners, taking a health in all policies approach.
Main duties of the job
With a high level of intellectual rigour, negotiation and motivational skills, you will deal with complex public health issues, strategies and services. You will understand the link between economic success and good health and take a long-term approach to related strategic improvements.
Your portfolio may vary over time and cross all domains of public health. In the first instance, youll likely focus on health improvement with current needs including mental health and wellbeing as well as older peoples health and wellbeing, but portfolios will be agreed in discussion with the successful candidate.
To be successful you will need to demonstrate the competencies to fulfil a generalist Consultant in Public Health / Consultant in Public Health Medicine role. You will have inclusion in the GMC Specialist Register / GDC Specialist Register / UK Voluntary Register (UKPHR) for Public Health Specialists or be within 6 months of gaining entry and will be able to evidence CPD requirements in accordance with Faculty of Public Health requirements or other recognised body.
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