Do you have knowledge of project management and planning processes?
Be able to work quickly, accurately and proactively to deliver high quality project management support to the Consultants in Public Health and managers across a variety of topics.
Analyse varied and complex information and statistics, so focus and attention to detail are requisite.
Use your initiative to make informed decisions when unanticipated problems are present
Ensure that matters are dealt with efficiently and appropriately, prioritising your workload in order to confidentiality will essential.
Are you a passionate advocate for health and wellbeing?
For more information on the Key Skills as well as the Qualifications and/or experience required, please refer to the Job Description attached.
The Public Health Department is a progressive multi-disciplinary department committed to improving health and tackling inequalities in West Sussex. The Department's key role is to "protect and improve lifelong health and wellbeing of everyone in West Sussex, by commissioning evidence-based services and empowering people to make healthier choices."
The Directorate also works closely with local agencies and partnerships to ensure the widest possible participation in health and health care agenda.
Salary: £28,371 - £31,099 per annum
Working Pattern: Part time, 22.2 hours per week - flexible working available
**Contract Length: **Fixed term or Secondment, ending February 2024 to cover maternity leave
Location: County Hall, Chichester
**Interview Date: **w/c 4th September 2023
As a Programme Support Officer, you will be part of the Living and Working Well team and act as a key member of the Public Health Directorate. You will be dealing with a complex range of issues in a fast-paced environment. Therefore, you will be required to work quickly, accurately and proactively to deliver high quality project management support to Consultants in Public Health and managers across a variety of topics.
As the post holder, you will be expected to use your initiative in ensuring matters are dealt with efficiently and appropriately. You will also need to be capable in prioritising your workload. At times you may be dealing with highly sensitive matters and confidentiality will be essential.
You will provide support to the Living and Working Well team on a range of key public health projects, programmes and topic areas. These include support to programmes including West Sussex Wellbeing, Smoking Cessation, weight management and NHS Health Check as well as health promotion campaigns and the business planning of the team.
What are we looking for?
As our successful Programme Support Officer, you will need to:
For more information and to apply, click 'Apply Here'.