Public Health Practitioner needed in Worcester £16.71ph ref 436214
Full time hours on a temporary basis.
The post holder will work with elected members, partners and communities to develop and deliver a coherent programme of services that are aligned to more effectively support health improvement with wider partners including local communities.
The post holder will be required to develop and implement evidence based health and well-being strategies, ensuring that effective strategies are in place, involving a range of professional and other partners where appropriate. All strategies will link to the over-arching Health and Well-being Strategy.
This will be done by, identifying local health and wellbeing needs and demands on services by sharing high level and local intelligence aligned to local and national public health policy and intelligence. The post holder will work with partners and communities to develop and implement programmes that will effectively tackle health inequalities, improve health, focussing on areas of highest need, embedding health promoting approaches.
The post holder will seek to build community capacity with all partners including health, local government organisations, and community organisations and utilise community assets more effectively to lead health improvement through a range of approaches, including training.
Practitioners will develop skills across the public health knowledge and skills framework. However, they will also be expected to develop a specialist interest within the team which they will champion and support others within the team and wider to develop and strengthen skills.
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