Public Health Principal - JSNA Manager
About Us & The Role
We are looking to appoint a Programme Manager for the Warwickshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) programme. This is part of the public health team and involves working with partners from across our health and care system as well as our community to make the best use of local health intelligence and data to drive forward work of the Health and Wellbeing Board.
Warwickshire have recently completed a programme of innovative Place Based Needs Assessments. These 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 developed looking at themes to support partnership working and commissioning decisions with current work underway to write a Mental Health Needs assessment. Other themes include but are not limited to health visiting, children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing and bereavement.
The role offers a great opportunity 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.
You would work in partnership with other organisations to bring together the skills and expertise needed to produce JSNA reports and play a key role in ensuring the dissemination of the findings and recommendations emerging from the JSNA.
The job description and person specification is attached and 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: Monday 14th June 2021
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