Consultant in Public Health: Specialised Commissioning
Consultant in Public Health: Specialised Commissioning Ref: 919-CK-13761783
Consultant Medical salary (£76,761 - £103,490 per annum) or Agenda for Change Band 8d (£67,247 - £83,258 per annum)
Permanent, Full-time (10 programmed activities per week) or 37.5 hours (Agenda for change)
■ Applicants for job share or flexible working will be considered
■ Base: With NHS England at Oak House Rotherham
Here at Public Health England we are on a journey of transformation
– transforming our people, our behaviours and the way we do things, transforming our relationships both internally and with partner organisations, transforming our leadership, and transforming systems, process and structures – towards achieving our ambition to be a high performing organisation.
We are now seeking to appoint a self-motivated and innovative individual to the role of Consultant in Public Health: Specialised commissioning: They will provide professional public health (population healthcare) leadership, advice and support to the specialised commissioning team within NHS England Local Office hosting the specialised commissioning hub. It includes providing
input to the annual commissioning cycle and ensuring health improvement is a key outcome of the process. The post-holder will also provide public health advice and support to the national commissioning activities and functions. In addition, they will ensure engagement across clinical pathways by developing strong links with Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities.
The successful individual will join a dedicated and committed healthcare public health team and will bring professional credibility and robust leadership to engage, support and develop their public health offer to the NHS and Local Government.
The post will be based within NHS England at their office in Rotherham with frequent travel within the geographical area of responsibility and an expectation that the post holder will work from a range of locations as relevant to the post.
Applicants should review the job description for the post prior to completing their application. When completing their application form candidates should demonstrate how they meet the essential requirements of the role.
Please detail in the supporting information section any dates that you
cannot attend for interview.
For further information, prospective candidates are invited to contact
Dr Kevin Smith, PHE Deputy Director of Healthcare Public Health on
Kevin.Smith@phe.gov.uk or 0113 8253393.
The Public Health England aims to be a modern and equitable employer. We recognise and encourage the potential of a diverse workforce, positively welcome all applications, and appoint on merit. The Civil Service embraces diversity and promotes equality of opportunity. We recruit by merit on the basis of fair and open competition, as outlined in the Civil Service Commission’s recruitment principles (attached as a supporting document).
Employees who feel they have been unfairly treated during a recruitment process can use the civil service commission’s grievance procedure. External candidates should complain to the hiring manager handling their campaign. In addition both internal and external candidates have the right to complain to the Civil Service Commissioners.
Interview expenses will not normally be paid but will be paid in exceptional circumstances in agreement with the Deputy Director of HR.
PHE is required to check employment and/or education history covering three consecutive years. Please therefore supply referees (with email addresses) to cover this period. Additional documentation such as P60s may be required as evidence. Please ensure you give details of at least two different referees, even if you were employed in one company for three years or more.
To apply for this vacancy please click the apply button quoting reference number 919-CK-13761783.
Closing date: 26 July 2017. Interview date: 4 September 2017.
Public Health England promotes diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunities employer.