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Public Health Analyst Ref: 50065704
Remote working / County Hall, High Street, Newport
Grade 9, £27,741.00 to £30,649.00 per annum
Vacancy Reference: 50065704
Closing Date: 30/11/2021
Hours: 37 hours per week
Contract Type: Permanent
We are looking to recruit a Public Health Analyst to the Isle of Wight council. The post holder will support the wider Hampshire and Isle of Wight Public Health team and partners with the duty to improve and protect the public’s health to the next step and providing focused public health intelligence leadership. This role offers an exciting career opportunity. Isle of Wight council serves a resident population of 143,300 and is part of the newly formed NHS Hampshire, Southampton and Isle of Wight Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
The post holder will ensure that the team provides robust, accessible public health information using a wide range of data sources relating to population health and wellbeing. This involves working closely with colleagues in other Council Directorates, CCGs and partners to ensure that robust systems are in place for timely and rigorous reporting of population health and wellbeing indicators. A key responsibility for the role will be to support the development and delivery of the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment work programme.
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Jenny Bowers on: 0370 779 2612.
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Closing Date : 30 November 2021