We are seeking to appoint three highly organised and experienced Public Health Officers to work in a growing and forwarding-thinking Public Health Team.
Support the relevant Public Health Lead in the strategic development and delivery of public health programmes and projects.
Provide administration and coordination of strategic developments and support to relevant Boards and partnership groups.
Design and implement methods for partnership working such as Task & Finish groups and ongoing partnership groups.
Support with monitoring performance, budgets and expenditure and other administrative processes.
Support with tasks and ad hoc requests from the public health team.
We have two roles supporting the Public Health Lead for Children and Young People; and one role supporting the Public Health Lead for Adults.
The postholders will work across the public health function and will be required to liaise with other areas/departments across the council and external partners too. The postholder will report to and support the relevant Public Health Lead, with a multitude of projects and developing partnerships to expand the work and reach of public health. You will be required to support project development, project monitoring and performance reporting, amongst other areas of business and team administration.
What you’ll be doing:
What you’ll have:
Strong organisational, and time management skills with an ability to sift through detail
Good interpersonal and communication skills
Good Microsoft Office skills, and documentation management
An understanding of finance and budget management
To be naturally inquisitive, flexible, and open to change
Our offer to you:
Flexible and hybrid working options to promote work-life balance
Generous holiday entitlement - 26 days annual leave (not including Bank holidays), rising to 30 days between 2 - 5 years’ service and 33 days after 5 years’ service
Generous pension scheme
Our commitment to equality and diversity through a range of employee networks
Tax - free childcare and childcare services
Discounted car parking
Season loan ticket - to help with the cost of your rail / bus journey to & from work
SBC is a fantastic place to work offering a supportive place to grow and develop your career with a real opportunity for your input to be valued and heard. Ambition and innovation will be required now more than ever, and you will join a friendly and collaborative environment where you are encouraged to thrive.
Slough boasts an inclusive culture, being the most ethnically diverse area outside London. There are 150 different languages spoken in the Borough and we are proud to have a diverse workforce that reflects the communities in which we serve.
Our excellent benefits package also includes:
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