CONSULTANT IN PUBLIC HEALTH

7 days left

Recruiter
Penna
Location
Gloucestershire
Salary
Reward Band 6 – £75,348 to £83,220 per annum (plus 5% on-call supplement for C-19)
Posted
23 Mar 2021
Closes
20 Apr 2021
Job Type
Permanent

Consultant in Public Health
Reward Band 6 – £75,348 to £83,220 per annum (plus 5% on-call supplement for C-19)
Shire Hall, Gloucester / Remote working as per national guidance
Full-time, Permanent

We are seeking an outstanding consultant in Public Health / Public Health Medicine. Based within the Prevention, Wellbeing and Communities hub of Gloucestershire County Council, you will work closely with the Director of Public Health, members of the public health team and colleagues across partner organisations.You will fulfil a generic public health consultant role but have a primary focus on topic areas such as; health protection and continuing our Covid-19 recovery.

Being on the GMC/GDC Specialist Register/UK Voluntary Register for Public Health Specialists is an essential requirement. Alongside your excellent leadership skills, you will be able to demonstrate a strong track record of working in these areas of public health. Developing powerful relationships with partners and stakeholders you will influence local commissioning to deliver better health outcomes and reduce health inequalities. As one of the leading commissioning councils in the country this role provides a huge opportunity to drive the public health agenda forward. With the commissioning model and outcomes framework, this role will have a real opportunity to integrate the public health responsibilities into the core business of the council whilst ensuring that it meets its new duties under the Health and Social Care Act 2012.


Please visit our Consultant in Public Health webpages for further information about the post.

Closing date for applications – Sunday 4th April 2021
Interview date: Tuesday 13th April 2021

For an informal discussion please contact Sarah Scott, Director of Public Health (01452 328497 Sarah.L.Scott@gloucestershire.gov.uk) or Siobhan Farmer, Deputy Director of Public Health (01452 324249 Siobhan.Farmer@gloucestershire.gov.uk)