Interim Public Health Principal

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    Public Health

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    Maisie Hockings

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  • Duration:

    8 months

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  • Consultant:

    Maisie Hockings

Panoramic Associates are working with a local authority to support the recruitment to a Senior Public Health Principal role. This is a full time 8-month contract working on a remote basis paying a competitive daily rate.

This is a strategic post which provides public health leadership for the mental wellbeing portfolio of work programmes. The post holder will have responsibility for:

  • Prevention Concordat for Better Mental Health
  • Public Health lead for all age Emotional Health & Wellbeing across Health, Education & Social Care
  • Implementing the 2021 Mental Wellbeing Needs Assessment
  • ICP Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Autism: mental wellbeing, self-harm and suicide prevention
  • Recovery from COVID-19, wellbeing and mental health
  • Managing the public health commissioning cycle for designated programme areas.
  • Performance management of public health services and work programmes.
  • Providing specialist advice to inform the delivery of evidence based public health interventions.
  • The surveillance and assessment of the population health and wellbeing to inform public health interventions.
  • Co-ordinating the development and delivery of public/ professional educational and training programmes and campaigns.
  • Collaborative working with partner agencies to deliver shared public health priorities.

Experience required:

  • Educated to degree level and at least 3 years professional experience working within Public Health equivalent professional experience in a local authority. Demonstrable evidence of continuing professional development

  • Experience of working in mental wellbeing roles in the health service/local authority/voluntary sector setting

  • Knowledge of national public health strategy and targets and experience of implementing and monitoring these at a local level.

To hear more please contact Maisie Hockings