Are you looking for a new challenge?
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a health improvement /wellbeing worker to gain experience working in Public Health, in a brand new Healthy Workplace Support Officer role, to support the roll out of a new Healthy Workplace Programme.
East Sussex County Council Public Health department are developing a Healthy Workplace programme, that will engage and support businesses across East Sussex to improve the health and wellbeing of their employees. With nearly 23, 000 business across East Sussex, employing around 190, 000 people, the workplace is an ideal setting to improve the health and wellbeing of the local population.
Are you looking for a new challenge?
The East Sussex Sexual Health service are seeking a part time 18.75 hours per week Outreach & Screening Support Worker. You will need to be a well-motivated and enthusiastic person with excellent team working and communication skills and will be part of our forwards thinking Sexual Health Improvement Service. You will be based in Eastbourne and work in a variety of community settings across the county of East Sussex. Working alongside other members of the sexual health improvement team, you will contribute to the delivery of key programmes including social media messages, marketing techniques, the C-card scheme and Chlamydia screening programme.
Health Development Specialist post – workplace wellbeing in Brighton and Hove
Closing date July 17th.
The East Sussex School Health Service is looking for a Health Improvement Assistant to work with the School Health Service, schools, pupils and parents.
Croydon public health is undergoing an expansion and recruiting 5 new staff. (Thanks for former student for notifiying us of the roles) . A wonderful opportunity to be ‘in at the start’ of a new initiative.
Search terms Croydon and Public Health – on this link to the NHS job page: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/search_vacancy/9baade8921e2dbf7aa10a0e1665bf7e1/
Successful candidates will have experience of health promotion outreach work with vulnerable communities and/or undertaking structured support to individuals appropriate to need
Hours: 7 hours per week
Location: Eastbourne, East Sussex
Salary: £4,707 per annum (full time equivalent £23,538 per annum)
Full details are available here
Kind regards, Ross
Great chance to be involved in the new pre diabetes education programme –
The sessional roles will be delivering important Healthier You programmes in your area, so reaching out to the right people is important to the success of the programme in the South East. Educators roles might suit some NHS bank staff, or those interested or experienced in delivering health education and behaviour change programmes in their community. Full training is provided by Leicester Diabetes Centre.
We’re looking for new educators who can deliver 2 or more 1h 30 minute classes a week, from Bognor Regis to Broadstairs, right up to the London borders. see https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwsojr2oAaQZVkp1QmJJRVd0Qms/view
Ian Reddington, Operation Lead South East Region, Healthier You – NDPP
Ingeus UK Ltd | Fourth Floor | 66 Prescot Street | London | E1 8HG
M: 07551 150 100| W: www.ingeus.co.uk
Closing date 7th November
Interviews date planned 17th November.
1 Fixed Term, part time 30 hours per week.
£ 46,091 – £ 50,537 pro rata.
The Public Health Principal provides specialist public health expertise to Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), and supports the wider public health agenda to improve outcomes and reduce health inequalities. The post holder works with the CCG to shape strategic thinking so as to ensure the inclusion of a public health perspective in plans and strategies for NHS commissioned services; and leads on specific work areas relating to protecting or improving health, including quality issues in primary care, cancer and children’s health and wellbeing.
ou should be self motivated and able to further develop initiatives such as Sugar Smart and Healthy Choice Award. You would be required to co-ordinate relevant projects and work with partners to deliver on key programmes.
We are looking for someone who has experience of working in the catering industry and holds a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics, Public Health Nutrition or other similar qualification. You should have a strong knowledge of healthy eating and nutrition and current government policy and targets on obesity.
The position is currently offered for a fixed term to end September 2018 on Full-time – 37 hours per week In addition to working in a vibrant city by the sea benefits include, flexible working with the opportunity to work a 9 day fortnight, training & development opportunities.