A great job opportunity for people who love the outdoors, being active and meeting new people! Experience either as a volunteer or working with volunteers is desirable and a passion for helping others improve their health and wellbeing is essential. Three days a week, based in central Brighton. Get in touch with me if you have any questions – job description, person spec and application all via the council job site:
Thank you Corinna Edwards-Colledge
Public Health, Sport & Physical Activity Team
(Please note, I am part time and my usual working days are Tuesday-Thursday)
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Dr Robert Larsson is visiting the SHS as part of our Erasmus + relationship with the Mälardalen University in Sweden. He is a lecturer in Public Health Sciences and is presenting his doctoral thesis Managing workplace health promotion in municipal organisations on Wednesday 9th November 2pm – 4pm Falmer Campus , Room 361 (top floor Westlain house).
Managing workplace health promotion in municipal organisations
The workplace is a suitable setting for health promotion, not least due to the amount of time employees spend at work. Drawing on the concept of workplace health promotion (WHP), the aim of this presentation is to describe how WHP is managed and implemented in Swedish municipal organisations. The presentation is based on my doctoral thesis which builds on three empirical studies. Both quantitative (questionnaires) and qualitative (interviews & documents) data collection methods were used. From the thesis, it can be concluded that WHP management is dominated by measures directed towards the individual employee and needs to include more of psychosocial and organisational measures. Furthermore, the varied organisational conditions for municipal managers as well as the support from senior management and human resources staff needs to be considered and ensured as part of an active and continuous WHP practice.
Do you have a passion for working with children and young people?
Do you have experience of delivering Health Improvement Programmes to children, young people and families?
The East Sussex School health service are looking for people with relevant qualifications and experience of working with children and young people in a health improvement service to the service.
Health Improvement Assistants will join the existing skill mix team and support the service in developing and delivering a range of Health Improvement initiatives to schools across all areas of health promotion including physical activity, healthy weight, and emotional health and wellbeing.
You must be an excellent communicator, confident presenter, and have a knowledge of health improvement approaches.
These are exciting new positions, if it sounds like the role for you we would love to hear from you.
Full information is available here
Kind regards Ross Boseley, Health Improvement Specialist (Sexual Health)
Public Health, East Sussex County Council, East C, County Hall, St Anne’s Crescent, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1UE