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Department of Health & Social Care

Public Health Consultant in Health & Wellbeing

Job description

The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) South West focuses on improving the health and wellbeing so that everyone can expect to live more of life in good health. We also work to tackle health disparities and their wider determinants in order to break the link between an individuals background and their prospects for a healthy life.
OHID organises the delivery of its functions in England through its Regional Centres (North East and Yorkshire, North West, Midlands, East of England, South West, South East and London). Regional centres are managed under the leadership of a Regional Director and NHS Regional Director of Public Health (RD).
This is an exciting opportunity to join OHID South West to help drive forward improvements in health and wellbeing and tackle inequalities in health. We are looking for an outstanding specialist in public health to work with a wide range of internal and external national, regional, and local partners and stakeholders to develop, drive and scale-up delivery of national and regional public health programmes. You will provide public health leadership, expertise, and system support to help address both complex and emerging public health challenges. You will have line management responsibilities for a small team.

Main duties of the job

OHID South West is a dynamic & fast paced team and post holders will be required to contribute to a wide range of high profile public health related work and be confident to work with a broad range of senior internal and external stakeholders to create change.
We are looking for a dynamic and self-motivated individual who can manage themselves and others independently, work under pressure and be comfortable with complexity and change. Applications would be welcomed from individuals who can demonstrate skills and experience in creative and critical thinking, innovation, strategic planning and shaping and delivering complex programmes.
This is an exciting period to join OHID as a relatively new organization within the public health system and will provide the right candidate with significant experience and opportunities to learn, develop and make a real difference to peoples lives.
The successful candidates will be appointed to the point of the Consultant salary scale appropriate to their years of seniority or if from a background other than medicine to NHS Agenda for Change Band 8d.

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