- Advert number: 305267-0
- Posted Date: 14/06/12
- Closing Date: 08/07/12
Director of Public Health
County Hall, Northallerton
NHS Consultant Salary: £74,404 to £100,446 per annum (pro rata)
Agenda for Change Band 9: £77,079 to £97,478 per annum (pro rata)
Full Time: 10 Programmed Activities/37.5 hours
North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC) and North Yorkshire and York Primary Care Trust (NYYPCT) are seeking to jointly appoint an exceptional Director of Public Health, who pending legislation will transfer from NYYPCT to NYCC in April 2013.
You will take a fresh approach to improving the health and well-being of our widely spread community. Creatively delivering change, you will work with local councils, communities, voluntary sector, Public Health teams, health services and clinical commissioning groups to test ways of using the new levers and changes in the system positively, building Public Health capacity across a whole range of workforces to deliver effective Public Health interventions. You will want to make Public Health everybody’s business. You will think in terms of healthy streets, healthy villages, and healthy communities as well as healthy people.
You will be an experienced and appropriately qualified Public Health professional, already working at a senior level in a similar health/local authority or delivering to the public sector, and will have a clear vision of success, a passion for significant challenges, and a track record of delivering lasting results within a public sector environment.
For an informal discussion about this opportunity, please telephone Helen Taylor, Director of Health and Adult Services, North Yorkshire County Council, telephone: 01609 532139, or Sue Metcalfe, Deputy Chief Executive, NHS North Yorkshire and York, telephone: 01423 859624.
Closing date: Sunday, 8th July 2012.
Interview dates: 26th and 27th July 2012.
Please apply online at: www.jobs.nhs.uk by searching under reference 577-MS-66. For any queries regarding your application, please telephone Lucy Townend, Human Resources Officer, telephone: 01845 573948 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org