Public Health Programme Officer

  • Category
    Project & Programme Management - Project Management
  • Location
    London, Greater London
  • Salary
    19.63 £ - 24.95 £ / Hour
  • External Reference

Public Health Programme Officer

A fantastic job opportunity has arisen for Public Health Programme Officer to join one of our largest Local Authority clients in a temporary assignment for three months initially (with every possibility of an extension should the successful candidate perform well).

Based in East London, this is a full time role (36 hours per week, Monday to Friday).

The post holder will:

1. Support the development of an in depth understanding of the range of factors impacting on health and wellbeing and health inequalities within the relevant population groups by working in close partnership with community organisations, commissioned services and other statutory sector agencies.

2. Communicate the current and future health needs of the population, the extent to which these needs are being met and the priorities for improving health and wellbeing and reducing health inequalities.

3. Through effective joint working identify local assets that can support the health and wellbeing of the population.

4. Based on the above take an active role in the collection of information and insight to support the implementation of public health work e.g.:
* In depth needs assessments,
* Health impact assessments
* Health equity audits
* Evidence reviews
* Evaluations
* Economic evaluations
* Modelling
* Asset mapping
* Participatory research
* Surveys
* Qualitative studies
* Local and national health surveillance systems

5. Support the JSNA in (area of responsibility) including:
* The development of factsheets and in depth studies
* supporting stakeholder groups supporting JSNA work
* collating perspectives of the public and local communities through questionnaires, group work or effective engagement with stakeholders
* communicating recommendations.

6. Support the identification of a research agenda to better understand public health needs where gaps have been identified through collating and reporting on communities and stakeholders health and wellbeing needs.

If you have the required experience and skill set apply now for immediate consideration
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