Public Health Principal - JSNA Programme Manager
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About us and the role
We have an exciting opportunity within the Warwickshire Public Health team as the Programme Manager for the Warwickshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) programme. The good use of public health data is critical to understand the lasting impacts of the pandemic and inform the actions that need to be taken to improve the health and wellbeing of people in Warwickshire. This public health principal role will be key to ensuring that good use of data.
You will use your skills in partnership working to build relationships with organisations from across our health and care system, and coordinate pieces of work drawing on data and other perspectives from across organisations to ensure the best use of data in the production of needs assessments, and other products, that will inform effective actions.
In this role you will also initiate work to draw on perspectives about health and wellbeing from our communities in Warwickshire, and the voice of patients, and ensure that this is integrated alongside quantitative data.
The Warwickshire JSNA programme has a track record of innovation and you will contribute new ideas to continue this trend. Warwickshire have recently completed a programme of Place Based Needs Assessments which have provided an in depth understanding of the health and wellbeing of residents in 21 geographic places within Warwickshire.
A future programme of work has been established and you will continue to shape that and prioritise thematic work and other products as the arrangements for the Integrated Care System develops in Coventry and Warwickshire. This includes making best use of opportunities to use insights from the ICS wide Population Health Management programme.
You will also use your skills to ensure that the findings from our JSNA are effectively communicated to our Health and Wellbeing Board, as well as other health and wellbeing partnerships that have been set up in Warwickshire, as well as to the public and other key organisations depending on the topic.
The role offers a great potential to influence, shape and deliver a range of activity, delivered across multiple local authority, NHS and community based partners at a time of significant change. We hope you want to join us at this exciting time.
The job description and person specification is attached here. This role reports directly to the Consultant in Public Health with overall responsibility for the JSNA programme.
For further information about the role please contact Duncan Vernon on 07818 537 962 or email on either Duncan.Vernon@swft.nhs.uk or firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 6th December 2021
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