Lead Consultant in Screening and Immunisation
Lead Screening and Immunisation Consultant PHE South West/Consultant
Healthcare Public Health
Consultant Medical salary (£75,249 - £101,451 per annum) or Agenda for Change Band 9 (£78,629 - £99,437)
10 PAs/37.5 hours per week – hours are subject to terms and conditions appointed to.
Applicants for job share, part time or flexible working will be considered.
Base: To be agreed. Public Health England South West Bristol, Totnes or an NHS England office within the South West.
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 Lead Screening and Immunisation Consultant/Consultant Healthcare Public Health for Public Health England South West.
This post is suitable for both Consultant Medical and Non-Medical Agenda for Change band 9 appointment.
The Lead Consultant in Screening and Immunisation (S&I)/ Consultant in Health Care Public Health is a senior role with the PHE South West Centre supporting the Centre Director and Deputy Centre Director in the strategic leadership, management and oversight of the S&I and health care public health function.
The Lead SIL provides the PHE South West Centre and NHSE with the system leadership at senior consultant level and the capacity to deliver key responsibilities in a resilient way across the whole of the South West. The post holder will play a strategic role in developing, shaping and assuring sustainable pathways and improved outcomes including reducing inequalities and will have responsibility for developing and maintaining of key relationships with stakeholders internally and externally with partner organisations. In addition they will contribute and lead on centre and national priorities, including contribution to wider public health initiatives consistent with the centre delivery model and integrated working.
Frequent travel within the geographical area and nationally will
be a requirement of the role.
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.
Prospective candidates are invited to contact Debbie Stark,
Deputy Centre Director on Debbie.firstname.lastname@example.org
or 07825 027566.
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Closing date: 24 August 2017. Interviews will be held 8 September 2017 in Totnes.
Please detail in the supporting information section any dates
that you cannot attend for interview.
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