Lincolnshire County Council’s Public Health division has several Public Health Officer positions available on a full time basis, permanent basis.
About The Role
Strong communication skills with the confidence challenge and chase where appropriate.
Confident and experienced in working independently on Programme Management.
Creative and resourceful with the ability to see an idea through from concept to implementation.
Strong networking skills, not afraid to approach work with others in terms of the joint projects.
Strong research skills.
Working proactively within a programme and project management framework across the programme domains, carry out tactical needs analysis and commissioning work within assigned service sectors, supporting one or more SRO's, one or more Public Health Programme Managers and one or more Senior Public Health Officers.
Support the analysis of service performance information and external data (e.g. demographics, local/national priorities and information from service user consultation) to assess current service user needs, and map identified need against existing service provision to determine the range / level of services required.
Support the preparation of, or prepare, and present reports, briefing papers, and presentations recommending service improvements, improved value for money and innovative approaches to delivery to the Public Health Management Team (PHMT), Public Health Programme Managers, Senior Public Health Officers and other forums as appropriate.
Through effective partnership working develop and maintain robust and positive working relationships with PH, ACCW, Commercial Team and other LCC colleagues, providers and stakeholders.
Coupled with an understanding of and experience within Public Health the desired candidate will have the following qualities;
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