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Southwark Council

Public Health Programme Assistant x3

Job description

We are recruiting x3 Full Time Fixed Term Public Health Programme Assistants. 
As part of our commitment to develop the public health workforce, Southwark Public Health Division is offering entry-level training opportunities as part of its Public Health Foundation Programme. The programme is aimed at new graduates with limited work experience who are considering a postgraduate degree or career in public health. We will be recruiting two Public Health Programme Assistants to join our multidisciplinary and ambitious team of 30 experts.
The post is full-time role. The placement has a fixed term of five days a week (36 hours) for six months. Flexible working is supported.
The Foundation Programme allows Public Health Programme Assistants to explore a career in public health, develop skills relevant to public health practice and gain experience working in a local government setting. The positions will be closely supported by a Public Health Policy Officer or Intelligence Analyst. 
About Southwark:
We are the largest local authority social landlord in London, managing 55,000 homes lived in by 40% of Southwark’s residents. We are home to over 18,300 businesses including iconic London venues and social enterprises and we have a young, diverse and growing population. 
At Southwark we are committed to making our borough just and fair and are taking positive action to tackle inequalities. Our residents and communities are our greatest asset and the passion we have for Southwark is shared by millions of Londoners who enjoy our outstanding cultural offer, use our hospitals and attend our universities. Our refreshed borough plan and focus on Southwark Stands Together, (which is our work with Southwark’s communities and the council’s staff to tackle racism, injustice and inequality) underpins all that we do
**About You: **
You will have achieved, or be working towards, a degree in public health or a related discipline, or equivalent experience*. You will be a skilled communicator with good analytical skills, and have the ability to work cooperatively.

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