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Principal Public Health Specialist

National Health Service

Wolverhampton, MID
3 days ago
Wolverhampton, MID
3 days ago

Principal Public Health Specialist

City of Wolverhampton Council

The closing date is 15 March 2021

Job overview

Public Health and Wellbeing

Principal Public Health Specialist

£51,905 - £54,934 Job Ref: WLV000003355

37 Hours Per Week

Permanent

Our vision is to make Wolverhampton a City where people can live long, healthy, active lives. We are looking for an experienced and motivated Public Health Specialist to join us and help achieve this.

For further information or an informal discussion about this role, please e-mail either Ainee Khan atainee.khan@wolverhampton.gov.uk or

Neeraj Malhotra atneeraj.malhotra@wolverhampton.gov.uk

CLOSING DATE MONDAY 15 MARCH, 2021

Apply online atwww.wmjobs.co.uk/employer/1015/city-of-wolverhampton-council/

Main duties of the job

You will lead on programmes of work across one or more priority areas for public health, including health protection, health improvement, healthcare public health, commissioned public health areas, and the wider determinants of health and will need to demonstrate your ability to autonomously formulate and support others to implement public health solutions using a systematic, evidence based approach. You must have a record of securing multi agency buy in for system wide public health initiatives and working in an innovative and collaborative way across organisational boundaries.

We are committed to representing Wolverhampton's diverse community and therefore strongly encourage applications from allthose whomeet the essential criteria. We operate a guaranteed interview policy for disabled candidates, those who have previously been under our care and are over the age of 25 and veterans who have served in the military, where it is evidenced that the essential criteria of the post are met.

About us

Wolverhampton is an exciting place to work in Public Health. We have a clear vision and a culture of improvement and innovation, and we pride ourselves on working across the whole Council and with partners. City of Wolverhampton was named Local Authority of the Year in the 2017 MJ Awards, for its outstanding example of modern local government where the resident is at the heart of decision-making.

Our application system is anonymous, this means recruitment panel members will not receive your personal details unless you are invited to attend an interview. We are not able to hide personal information from any attachments that you upload so we request that you remove your personal information from any supporting documentation. The shortlisting panel will receive your candidate pack in full (including any attachments) showing your candidate number. If you are invited to attend an interview, panel members will be provided with your name.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Post Title: Principal Public Health Specialist

Directorate: People

Service Group: Public Health and Wellbeing

Responsible to: Consultant in Public Health (Medicine)

Responsible for: Senior Public Health Specialists, Emergency Planning team, health improvement team (depending on portfolio)

Grade: 9

Location: Civic Centre or any other suitable location within the City of Wolverhampton

Job Purpose and Role

Working collaboratively across a wide variety of public health areas and using your specialist Public Health knowledge and skills, you will lead, plan and appraise Public Health initiatives and policy, often with outcomes that will be achieved over a period of months or years. You will support the Consultants in Public Health and the Director of Public Health to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities in Wolverhampton, through commissioning and delivery, and by influencing the work of key partners in the City. You will manage a team of Public Health specialists working on a broad range of Public Health topics, and with business partner arrangements to other divisions/teams and external partners (e.g. CCG).

There will be several Principals in the team, each with a different portfolio of responsibility, and this will be subject to change as required according to business need, and staff will be expected to maintain generic Public Health skills that allow them to provide cross cover where necessary.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Technical

  • measure, monitor and report population health and wellbeing
  • interpret and present data and information
  • promote population and community health and wellbeing, addressing the wider determinants of health and health inequalities
  • influence and strengthen community action by empowering communities through evidence based approaches
  • access and appraise evidence gained through systematic methods and through engagement with the wider research community
  • critique published and unpublished research, synthesise the evidence and draw appropriate conclusions
  • work to, and for the evidence base, conduct research, and provide informed advice
  • report and advise on the implications of the evidence base for the most effective practice and the delivery of value for money
  • identify gaps in the current evidence base that may be addressed through research
  • audit, evaluate and redesign services and interventions to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • engage stakeholders (including service users) in service design and development, to deliver accessible and equitable person-centred services
  • develop and/or implement standards, protocols and procedures, incorporating national best practice guidance into local delivery systems
  • quality assure and audit services and interventions to control risks and improve their quality and effectiveness

Context

  • work with, and through, policies and strategies to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • appraise and advise on global, national or local strategies to improve the public's health and reduce health inequalities
  • assess the impact and benefits of health and other policies and strategies on the public's health and health inequalities
  • develop and/or implement action plans with, and for, specific groups and communities, to deliver outcomes identified in strategies and policies
  • influence or lead on policy development and strategic planning, creating opportunities to address health needs and risks, promote health and build approaches for prevention
  • monitor and report on the progress and outcomes of strategy and policy implementation making recommendations for improvement
  • work collaboratively across agencies and boundaries to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • influence and coordinate other organisations and agencies to increase their engagement with health and wellbeing, ill-health prevention and health inequalities

build alliances and partnerships to plan and implement programmes and services that share goals and priorities

  • evaluate partnerships and address barriers to successful collaboration

  • collaborate to create new solutions to complex problems by promoting innovation and the sharing of ideas, practices, resources, leadership and learning

  • connect communities, groups and individuals to local resources and services that support their health and wellbeing
  • work in a commissioning based culture to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities

  • set commissioning priorities, balancing particular needs with the evidence base and the economic case for investment

  • specify and agree service requirements and measurable performance indicators to ensure quality provision and delivery of desired outcomes

  • commission and/or provide services and interventions in ways that involve service users and support community interests to achieve equitable person-centred delivery

  • work to understand, and help others to understand, political and democratic processes that can be used to support health and wellbeing and reduce inequalities

  • operate within the decision making, administrative and reporting processes that support political and democratic systems

  • respond constructively to political and other tensions while encouraging a focus on the interests of the public's health

  • help individuals and communities to have more control over decisions that affect them and promote health equity, equality and justice

  • work within the legislative framework that underpins public service provision to maximise opportunities to promote and protect health and wellbeing

Person Specification

Experience

Essential

  • People management
  • Financial and resource management
  • Input into commissioning processes including KPI development, needs assessment
  • Chairing and facilitating multi-agency groups
  • Partnership working and maintaining productive working relationships over long periods of time
  • Business case development
  • Policy development and implementation
  • Developing and delivering training and supporting junior colleagues
  • Managing and facilitating change
  • Engagement and consultation

Desirable

  • Working in a related partnership field, e.g. schools, NHS, voluntary sector
  • Working in a Local Authority

Qualifications

Essential

  • Educated to Masters level or equivalent experience within Public Health or a related field

Desirable

  • Masters in Public Health
  • Postgraduate management qualification
  • Working towards registration on UKPHR

Skills, Knowledge, and Personal Qualities

Essential

  • Programme management
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Able to synthesise complex information for different audiences in a short timescale
  • Pragmatic negotiator
  • Critical appraisal of literature
  • Synthesis, analysis and interpretation of health information and intelligence
  • Extensive working knowledge of IT systems including Microsoft Office
  • Ability to concentrate for long periods of time on highly complex information to produce reports
  • Up to date knowledge of Public Health policy
  • Thorough understanding of key Public Health principles in practice, e.g. equity, prevention, empowerment, evidence-based working, social marketing
  • Highly numerate, with a good working knowledge of common epidemiological and statistical concepts and techniques
  • Works under own initiative with little input from manager
  • Strategic thinker
  • Ability to manage multiple complex demands, ranging from very short term to very long term work streams
  • Commitment to Public Health ethos
  • Leadership
  • Able to produce innovative, creative solutions to complex problems
  • Able to act autonomously in situations of uncertainty
  • Empowering approach

Employer details

Employer name

City of Wolverhampton Council

Address

Civic Centre

Wolverhampton

WV1 1RL


Employer's website

https://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/

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Assistant Finance Manager

Williams & Dunne

Wolverhampton, MID
4 days ago
Wolverhampton, MID
4 days ago

Assistant Finance Manager


Location: Primarily based in Wolverhampton but may have some requirements to travel to other locations as and when required.


Salary: Up to £40,000 per annum


About the Company


We run a number of businesses operating across a wide range of industries including Law firms, Property and Direct Marketing.


Lloyd James Media group is a national group of businesses who provides B2C direct marketing solutions and has one of the most accurate multi-sourced databases of UK consumers. Lloyd James Media Group and the national group of businesses specialise in Law and have recently formed an alternative business structure and launched the national consumer brand The Law Mind and My Law Matters.


The Law Mind are legal specialists in financial litigation and other consumer led claims, with over 20 years experience within generating leads across multiple marketing channels and since 2016 has produced over 5 million PPI leads for both inhouse claims management and external partners.


My Law Matters are legal specialists within Conveyancing, Wills and Probate and Family Law, we have offices based in Solihull, Wolverhampton, Manchester and Waltham Cross that have dedicated employees to work around the client’s needs.


Victor Assets & Estates/VNT Salop are our property management companies, who operating nationally for asset sales and leasing’s of a number of properties within our portfolio.


Our business is successful for its innovative and autonomous structure, we pride ourselves on being a mutual shareholding business with a number of larger businesses and support services such as IT, HR and Finance. Due our success we are currently on the cusp of an exciting new adventure focusing on people, process and operations.


About the Assistant Finance Manager Role:


We are looking for the right individual who can play a critical role in providing financial guidance and support to our business with the motivation and hunger to make a real difference to the business’s success.


If you are looking for a role with growth and opportunity, we can offer you a career with no limits and you can hit the ground running and shine!


We recognise our support services are the backbone to our businesses and the individuals within the team are the drivers behind the success. We are looking for someone who can work closely with the finance team, manager, directors, and stakeholders to deliver high quality financial services and grow the financial department with a hands-on approach.


Assistant Finance Manager Responsibilities:


• Lead, manage and motivate your team by pushing them to their limits, set clear goals and being encouraging
• Create, develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders within the business
• Monitoring the day-to-day financial operations with the company
• Management of Finance teamwork flow through implementing company policies, staff appraisals, performance management, training programmes and development
• Represent the business positively and effectively in dealings with external parties
• Assist in the development of plans, policies, and procedures for all areas within scope of the post and ensure compliance across the business
• Stay up to date with technological advances and accounting software to be used for financial purposes
• Cash flow management, including reconciliations of bank accounts as well as sales analysis month end reports and presentations
• Assist on the key control account reconciliations and finance processes are effectively carried out monthly
• Meeting all relevant statutory requirements including VAT and Inland Revenue returns
• To be aware of all current and developing regulatory requirements which could impact the operations of the financial and commercial aspects and take the necessary actions to ensure adherence
• Contribute to the maintenance and development of an effective budget production, monitor, and manage the system that facilitates and underpins operational and strategic planning
• Assist in preparing accounts, developing financial models, and planning for future strategy
• Assist in managing group payroll
• Any other duties for the requested by the company it considers appropriate to your abilities, including duties which would not normally be associated with your job title

Assistant Finance Manager Requirements:


• Must be a qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA)
• At least 5 years’ experience in finance role
• At least 3 years’ experience of managing and developing a financial team
• Have the knowledge to work with Sage 50 Accounts
• Preferably law firm accounting experience
• Have the knowledge of Finance Policies and Procedures
• Able to work under your own initiative when dealing with client and supplier issues
• Be an excellent communicator capable of dealing with a variety of clients and non-finance people
• Knowledge of organisational effectiveness and how to implement it
• Familiarity with business and financial principles with the innovative to implement them
• Inspirational and dynamic individual who can encourage drive and develop a team’s output
• The ability to positively influence others
• Professional and self-motivated
• Good analytical skills
• High numeracy and sound technical skills
• Strong project management
• Strong attention to detail and an investigating nature
• The capacity to make quick but rational decisions
• Excellent time management and organisational skills
• Able to take instruction, process, act and improve

Assistant Finance Manager Benefits:


As a business we pride ourselves on our core values of being open, honest, and hardworking.  This is a huge potential to develop and grow within a fun and exciting environment, where your perspective matters, your development is at the forefront where endless opportunities are offered to support your personal growth and expansion of the business by having a voice and being part of making critical business decisions, you will no longer be viewed as a cog in a wheel!


• As an Assistant Finance Manager, you will enjoy a secure, supportive, and progressive working environment
• Comprehensive (Inhouse) training as we as development and career progression opportunities
• 30 days holiday
• Various lifestyle benefits

If you think that you are suitable for this Assistant Finance Manager role, please apply now!

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Principal Public Health Specialist

National Health Service

Wolverhampton, MID
3 days ago
Wolverhampton, MID
3 days ago

Principal Public Health Specialist

City of Wolverhampton Council

The closing date is 15 March 2021

Job overview

Public Health and Wellbeing

Principal Public Health Specialist

£51,905 - £54,934 Job Ref: WLV000003355

37 Hours Per Week

Permanent

Our vision is to make Wolverhampton a City where people can live long, healthy, active lives. We are looking for an experienced and motivated Public Health Specialist to join us and help achieve this.

For further information or an informal discussion about this role, please e-mail either Ainee Khan atainee.khan@wolverhampton.gov.uk or

Neeraj Malhotra atneeraj.malhotra@wolverhampton.gov.uk

CLOSING DATE MONDAY 15 MARCH, 2021

Apply online atwww.wmjobs.co.uk/employer/1015/city-of-wolverhampton-council/

Main duties of the job

You will lead on programmes of work across one or more priority areas for public health, including health protection, health improvement, healthcare public health, commissioned public health areas, and the wider determinants of health and will need to demonstrate your ability to autonomously formulate and support others to implement public health solutions using a systematic, evidence based approach. You must have a record of securing multi agency buy in for system wide public health initiatives and working in an innovative and collaborative way across organisational boundaries.

We are committed to representing Wolverhampton's diverse community and therefore strongly encourage applications from allthose whomeet the essential criteria. We operate a guaranteed interview policy for disabled candidates, those who have previously been under our care and are over the age of 25 and veterans who have served in the military, where it is evidenced that the essential criteria of the post are met.

About us

Wolverhampton is an exciting place to work in Public Health. We have a clear vision and a culture of improvement and innovation, and we pride ourselves on working across the whole Council and with partners. City of Wolverhampton was named Local Authority of the Year in the 2017 MJ Awards, for its outstanding example of modern local government where the resident is at the heart of decision-making.

Our application system is anonymous, this means recruitment panel members will not receive your personal details unless you are invited to attend an interview. We are not able to hide personal information from any attachments that you upload so we request that you remove your personal information from any supporting documentation. The shortlisting panel will receive your candidate pack in full (including any attachments) showing your candidate number. If you are invited to attend an interview, panel members will be provided with your name.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Post Title: Principal Public Health Specialist

Directorate: People

Service Group: Public Health and Wellbeing

Responsible to: Consultant in Public Health (Medicine)

Responsible for: Senior Public Health Specialists, Emergency Planning team, health improvement team (depending on portfolio)

Grade: 9

Location: Civic Centre or any other suitable location within the City of Wolverhampton

Job Purpose and Role

Working collaboratively across a wide variety of public health areas and using your specialist Public Health knowledge and skills, you will lead, plan and appraise Public Health initiatives and policy, often with outcomes that will be achieved over a period of months or years. You will support the Consultants in Public Health and the Director of Public Health to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities in Wolverhampton, through commissioning and delivery, and by influencing the work of key partners in the City. You will manage a team of Public Health specialists working on a broad range of Public Health topics, and with business partner arrangements to other divisions/teams and external partners (e.g. CCG).

There will be several Principals in the team, each with a different portfolio of responsibility, and this will be subject to change as required according to business need, and staff will be expected to maintain generic Public Health skills that allow them to provide cross cover where necessary.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Technical

  • measure, monitor and report population health and wellbeing
  • interpret and present data and information
  • promote population and community health and wellbeing, addressing the wider determinants of health and health inequalities
  • influence and strengthen community action by empowering communities through evidence based approaches
  • access and appraise evidence gained through systematic methods and through engagement with the wider research community
  • critique published and unpublished research, synthesise the evidence and draw appropriate conclusions
  • work to, and for the evidence base, conduct research, and provide informed advice
  • report and advise on the implications of the evidence base for the most effective practice and the delivery of value for money
  • identify gaps in the current evidence base that may be addressed through research
  • audit, evaluate and redesign services and interventions to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • engage stakeholders (including service users) in service design and development, to deliver accessible and equitable person-centred services
  • develop and/or implement standards, protocols and procedures, incorporating national best practice guidance into local delivery systems
  • quality assure and audit services and interventions to control risks and improve their quality and effectiveness

Context

  • work with, and through, policies and strategies to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • appraise and advise on global, national or local strategies to improve the public's health and reduce health inequalities
  • assess the impact and benefits of health and other policies and strategies on the public's health and health inequalities
  • develop and/or implement action plans with, and for, specific groups and communities, to deliver outcomes identified in strategies and policies
  • influence or lead on policy development and strategic planning, creating opportunities to address health needs and risks, promote health and build approaches for prevention
  • monitor and report on the progress and outcomes of strategy and policy implementation making recommendations for improvement
  • work collaboratively across agencies and boundaries to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • influence and coordinate other organisations and agencies to increase their engagement with health and wellbeing, ill-health prevention and health inequalities

build alliances and partnerships to plan and implement programmes and services that share goals and priorities

  • evaluate partnerships and address barriers to successful collaboration

  • collaborate to create new solutions to complex problems by promoting innovation and the sharing of ideas, practices, resources, leadership and learning

  • connect communities, groups and individuals to local resources and services that support their health and wellbeing
  • work in a commissioning based culture to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities

  • set commissioning priorities, balancing particular needs with the evidence base and the economic case for investment

  • specify and agree service requirements and measurable performance indicators to ensure quality provision and delivery of desired outcomes

  • commission and/or provide services and interventions in ways that involve service users and support community interests to achieve equitable person-centred delivery

  • work to understand, and help others to understand, political and democratic processes that can be used to support health and wellbeing and reduce inequalities

  • operate within the decision making, administrative and reporting processes that support political and democratic systems

  • respond constructively to political and other tensions while encouraging a focus on the interests of the public's health

  • help individuals and communities to have more control over decisions that affect them and promote health equity, equality and justice

  • work within the legislative framework that underpins public service provision to maximise opportunities to promote and protect health and wellbeing

Person Specification

Experience

Essential

  • People management
  • Financial and resource management
  • Input into commissioning processes including KPI development, needs assessment
  • Chairing and facilitating multi-agency groups
  • Partnership working and maintaining productive working relationships over long periods of time
  • Business case development
  • Policy development and implementation
  • Developing and delivering training and supporting junior colleagues
  • Managing and facilitating change
  • Engagement and consultation

Desirable

  • Working in a related partnership field, e.g. schools, NHS, voluntary sector
  • Working in a Local Authority

Qualifications

Essential

  • Educated to Masters level or equivalent experience within Public Health or a related field

Desirable

  • Masters in Public Health
  • Postgraduate management qualification
  • Working towards registration on UKPHR

Skills, Knowledge, and Personal Qualities

Essential

  • Programme management
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Able to synthesise complex information for different audiences in a short timescale
  • Pragmatic negotiator
  • Critical appraisal of literature
  • Synthesis, analysis and interpretation of health information and intelligence
  • Extensive working knowledge of IT systems including Microsoft Office
  • Ability to concentrate for long periods of time on highly complex information to produce reports
  • Up to date knowledge of Public Health policy
  • Thorough understanding of key Public Health principles in practice, e.g. equity, prevention, empowerment, evidence-based working, social marketing
  • Highly numerate, with a good working knowledge of common epidemiological and statistical concepts and techniques
  • Works under own initiative with little input from manager
  • Strategic thinker
  • Ability to manage multiple complex demands, ranging from very short term to very long term work streams
  • Commitment to Public Health ethos
  • Leadership
  • Able to produce innovative, creative solutions to complex problems
  • Able to act autonomously in situations of uncertainty
  • Empowering approach

Employer details

Employer name

City of Wolverhampton Council

Address

Civic Centre

Wolverhampton

WV1 1RL


Employer's website

https://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/

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Principal Public Health Specialist

National Health Service

Wolverhampton, MID
3 days ago
Wolverhampton, MID
3 days ago

Principal Public Health Specialist

City of Wolverhampton Council

The closing date is 08 March 2021

Job overview

Public Health and Wellbeing

Principal Public Health Specialist

£51,901 - £54,934 Job Ref: WLV000003346

37 Hours Per Week

Fixed Term Contract for 12 months (maternity leave cover)

Our vision is to make Wolverhampton a City where people can live long, healthy, active lives. We are looking for an experienced and motivated Public Health Specialist to join us and help achieve this.

Main duties of the job

You will lead on programmes of work across one or more priority areas for public health, including health protection, health improvement, healthcare public health, commissioned public health areas, and the wider determinants of health and will need to demonstrate their ability to autonomously formulate and support others to implement public health solutions using a systematic, evidence based approach. You must have a record of securing multi agency buy in for system wide public health initiatives and working in an innovative and collaborative way across organisational boundaries.

About us

We believe that Wolverhampton is an exciting place to work in Public Health. We have a clear vision and a culture of improvement and innovation, and we pride ourselves on working across the whole Council and with partners. City of Wolverhampton was named Local Authority of the Year in the 2017 MJ Awards, for its outstanding example of modern local government where the resident is at the heart of decision-making.

For further information or an informal discussion about this role, please e-mail Ainee Khan via ainee.khan@wolverhampton.gov.uk

CLOSING DATE MONDAY 8 MARCH, 2021

Apply online at www.wmjobs.co.uk/employer/1015/city-of-wolverhampton-council/

Job description

Job responsibilities

Job Purpose and Role

Working collaboratively across a wide variety of public health areas and using your specialist Public Health knowledge and skills, you will lead, plan and appraise Public Health initiatives and policy, often with outcomes that will be achieved over a period of months or years. You will support the Consultants in Public Health and the Director of Public Health to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities in Wolverhampton, through commissioning and delivery, and by influencing the work of key partners in the City. You will manage a team of Public Health specialists working on a broad range of Public Health topics, and with business partner arrangements to other divisions/teams and external partners (e.g. CCG).

There will be several Principals in the team, each with a different portfolio of responsibility, and this will be subject to change as required according to business need, and staff will be expected to maintain generic Public Health skills that allow them to provide cross cover where necessary.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Technical

  • measure, monitor and report population health and wellbeing
  • interpret and present data and information
  • promote population and community health and wellbeing, addressing the wider determinants of health and health inequalities
  • influence and strengthen community action by empowering communities through evidence based approaches
  • access and appraise evidence gained through systematic methods and through engagement with the wider research community
  • critique published and unpublished research, synthesise the evidence and draw appropriate conclusions
  • work to, and for the evidence base, conduct research, and provide informed advice
  • report and advise on the implications of the evidence base for the most effective practice and the delivery of value for money
  • identify gaps in the current evidence base that may be addressed through research
  • audit, evaluate and redesign services and interventions to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • engage stakeholders (including service users) in service design and development, to deliver accessible and equitable person-centred services
  • develop and/or implement standards, protocols and procedures, incorporating national best practice guidance into local delivery systems
  • quality assure and audit services and interventions to control risks and improve their quality and effectiveness

Context

  • work with, and through, policies and strategies to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • appraise and advise on global, national or local strategies to improve the public's health and reduce health inequalities
  • assess the impact and benefits of health and other policies and strategies on the public's health and health inequalities
  • develop and/or implement action plans with, and for, specific groups and communities, to deliver outcomes identified in strategies and policies
  • influence or lead on policy development and strategic planning, creating opportunities to address health needs and risks, promote health and build approaches for prevention
  • monitor and report on the progress and outcomes of strategy and policy implementation making recommendations for improvement
  • work collaboratively across agencies and boundaries to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • influence and coordinate other organisations and agencies to increase their engagement with health and wellbeing, ill-health prevention and health inequalities

build alliances and partnerships to plan and implement programmes and services that share goals and priorities

  • evaluate partnerships and address barriers to successful collaboration

  • collaborate to create new solutions to complex problems by promoting innovation and the sharing of ideas, practices, resources, leadership and learning

  • connect communities, groups and individuals to local resources and services that support their health and wellbeing
  • work in a commissioning based culture to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities

  • set commissioning priorities, balancing particular needs with the evidence base and the economic case for investment

  • specify and agree service requirements and measurable performance indicators to ensure quality provision and delivery of desired outcomes

  • commission and/or provide services and interventions in ways that involve service users and support community interests to achieve equitable person-centred delivery

  • work to understand, and help others to understand, political and democratic processes that can be used to support health and wellbeing and reduce inequalities

  • operate within the decision making, administrative and reporting processes that support political and democratic systems

  • respond constructively to political and other tensions while encouraging a focus on the interests of the public's health

  • help individuals and communities to have more control over decisions that affect them and promote health equity, equality and justice

  • work within the legislative framework that underpins public service provision to maximise opportunities to promote and protect health and wellbeing

Delivery

  • act with integrity, consistency and purpose, and continue your personal development
  • provide leadership to drive improvement in health outcomes and the reduction of health inequalities

  • engage others, build relationships, manage conflict, encourage contribution and sustain commitment to deliver shared objectives

  • adapt to change, manage uncertainty, solve problems and align clear goals with lines of accountability in complex and unpredictable environments

  • establish and coordinate a system of leaders and followers engaged in improving health outcomes, the wider health determinants and reducing inequalities

  • provide vision, shape thinking, inspire shared purpose, and influence the contributions of others throughout the system to improve health and address health inequalities

  • manage public perception and convey key messages using a range of media processes

  • communicate sometimes complex information and concepts (including health outcomes, inequalities and life expectancy) to a diversity of audiences using different methods

  • facilitate dialogue with groups and communities to improve health literacy and reduce inequalities using a range of tools and technologies

  • apply the principles of social marketing and/or behavioural science to reach specific groups and communities with enabling information and ideas

  • consult, and listen to individuals, groups and communities likely to be affected by planned intervention or change

design and manage programmes and projects to improve health

and reduce inequalities

  • scope programmes/projects, stating the case for investment, the aims, objectives and milestones

  • identify stakeholders, agree requirements and project/programme schedules and identify how outputs and outcomes will be measured and communicated

  • manage programme/project schedules, resources, budget and scope, accommodating changes within a robust change control process

  • track and evaluate programme/project progress against schedule and regularly review quality assurance, risks and opportunities to realise benefits and outcomes

  • seek independent assurance throughout programme/project planning and processes within organisational governance frameworks

prioritise and manage resources at a population /systems level to achieve equitable health outcomes and return on investment

  • identify, negotiate and secure sources of funding and/or other resources

  • prioritise, align and deploy resources towards clear strategic goals and objectives

  • manage finance and other resources within corporate and/or partnership governance systems, protocol and policy

  • develop workforce capacity, and mobilise the system-wide paid and volunteer workforce, to deliver public health priorities at scale

  • design, implement, deliver and/or quality assure education and training programmes, to build a skilled and competent workforce

  • adapt capability by maintaining flexible in-service learning and development systems for the workforce

Professional and ethical

  • understand and apply the principles underpinning public service
  • adhere to professional codes of conduct, occupational membership codes, employer behaviour frameworks and practice standards
  • ensure compliance with statutory legislation and practice requirements, including mandatory training
  • promote ethical practice with an understanding of the ethical dilemmas that might be faced when promoting population health and reducing health inequalities
  • identify and apply ethical frameworks when faced with difficult decisions when promoting the public's health and reducing health inequalities

Corporate Responsibility

  • To act in accordance with the Council's Constitution and other Codes of Conduct.
  • To participate in staff development, appraisal and training as appropriate, including continuous professional development.
  • To comply with the Council's agreed policies and procedures including but not limited to Health and Safety, and Equal Opportunities Policies, the Data Protection Act, Freedom of Information Act, Financial Management Regulations and other relevant Council and Government Regulations, Directives and City wide priorities.
  • To undertake any other tasks, duties and responsibilities as directed and appropriate to the grade and role of the post subject to any reasonable adjustments under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 as incorporated into the Equality Act 2010.
  • To participate in the wider development of the service and contribute to service improvement as required.
  • City of Wolverhampton Council is committed to Corporate Parenting.

Corporate Parenting is the collective responsibility of the Council to provide the best possible care and protection for children who are looked after.

Person Specification

Skills and Knowledge

Essential

  • Programme management
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Able to synthesise complex information for different audiences in a short timescale
  • Pragmatic negotiator
  • Critical appraisal of literature
  • Synthesis, analysis and interpretation of health information and intelligence
  • Extensive working knowledge of IT systems including Microsoft Office
  • Ability to concentrate for long periods of time on highly complex information to produce reports
  • Up to date knowledge of Public Health policy
  • Thorough understanding of key Public Health principles in practice,

Experience

Essential

  • People management
  • Financial and resource management
  • Input into commissioning processes including KPI development, needs assessment
  • Chairing and facilitating multi-agency groups
  • Partnership working and maintaining productive working relationships over long periods of time
  • Business case development
  • Policy development and implementation
  • Developing and delivering training and supporting junior colleagues
  • Managing and facilitating change
  • Engagement and consultation

Desirable

  • Working in a related partnership field, e.g. schools, NHS, voluntary sector
  • Working in a Local Authority

Qualifications

Essential

  • Educated to Masters level or equivalent experience within Public Health or a related field

Desirable

  • Masters in Public Health
  • Postgraduate management qualification
  • Working towards registration on UKPHR

Employer details

Employer name

City of Wolverhampton Council

Address

Civic Centre

Wolverhampton

WV1 1RL


Employer's website

https://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/

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Email Marketing Executive

IN TOUCH GAMES LIMITED

B63 3BL, MID
1 day ago
B63 3BL, MID
£24k - £28k Per Year
1 day ago
£24k - £28k Per Year

Job title: Email Marketing Executive Location: Birmingham, Halesowen (inc in-house relocation assistance available). Salary: £24,000 - £28,000 + benefits (inc flexible working hours, private pension, free onsite gym, free daily breakfast + lunch + snacks + much, much more!). Keywords: Graduate, Entry-Level, Junior, CRM, CRM Executive, Email Marketiing, Digital Marketing, Digital Marketing Executive, Direct Marketing, Marketing Executive, SMS, Brand, Campaign, Journey Mapping, Strategy, B2C, A/B Testing, Birmingham.

Email Marketing Executive with excellent CRM, Marketing Campaign Analysis, email and SMS content creation and B2C campaign expertise is highly sought by a multiple award winning games studio based in Birmingham who are the UK's largest privately owned mobile e-gaming studio! We currently have just over 300+ employees here at our Birmingham HQ and we offer some of the UK's best career progression opportunities, the opportunity to work in a state-of-the-art games studio environment with our services offered across multiple platforms (web, mobile, tablet) with over 5mn+ customers here in the UK alone!

In this position, you will manage the delivery of all CRM activity for our 8 gaming brands (inc SMS marketing, email, push, in-game etc) and generate, track and analyse a suite of CRM related routine reports with a focus on reporting and performance. Working closely with our in-house Data Analytics team, you will have access to a wide-range of customer related data that will help better identify, implement and streamline our CRM related activity to ensure we continue to engage our 5mn+ UK customer base and also help this customer grow exponentially.

In terms of your skill-set, you will have previous experience in a marketing/CRM team with good experience executing B2C campaigns including A/B testing, segmentations, campaign planning and promotional calendar management (bonuses, promotions, campaigns etc).

Key skills we're looking for...

  • Experience using and optimising CRM techniques (inc segmentation, campaign planning, implementation, evaluation etc).
  • Experience implementing email and SMS content for CRM campaigns.
  • Excellent B2C experience (either at a marketing agency, client side or in a CRM team).
  • Strong analytical skills (campaign tracking, performance monitoring, reporting, analysis etc).

Bonus points for...

  • Experience in high growth market vertical such as Insurance, Travel, Retail etc.

Therefore, if you are a highly driven and insightful Email Marketing Executive with expertise creating email and SMS content for CRM campaigns and you would like to join a multiple award winning eGaming studio who have been accredited as one of the 'Top 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain', been recognised by the BBC as a top technology employer and have a 1 star accreditation as a 'Top Company to Work For' then send in your CV today for review!

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Japanese Speaking Digital Marketing Executive

IN TOUCH GAMES LIMITED

Birmingham, Halesowen
4 days ago
Birmingham, Halesowen
£25k - £30k Per Year
4 days ago
£25k - £30k Per Year

Job title: Japanese speaking Digital Marketing Executive.

Location: Birmingham, Halesowen (+ in-house relocation assistance available).

Salary: £25,000 - £30,000 + comprehensive benefits (inc private pension, free onsite gym, 26 days holiday + much more).

Keywords: Online Casino, Malta, eGaming, Marketing, CRM, SEO, SEM, Social Media, Content Writer, Digital Marketing, Affiliate, Relationship, Visa, Visa sponsor, Tier 2, Business Development, Japanese, Japan, Commercial, Online, Gaming, Birmingham.

Japanese speaking Digital Marketing Executive is highly sought by a multiple award winning games studio based in Birmingham who are the UK's largest privately owned mobile eGaming studio! We currently have just over 300+ employees here at our Birmingham HQ with our services offered across multiple platforms (web, mobile, tablet) with over 5mn+ registered customers here in the UK alone!

In this position, you will be responsible for contributing to and creating innovative Digital Marketing strategies, managing a broad range of campaigns (including SEO, Affiliate, Social Media) across multiple platforms to promote our suite of international online brands and products. You will analyse acquisition campaigns' performance and optimise retention rates throughout customers' life cycle, identifying opportunities and making data driven decisions to maximize commercial opportunities.

Through the planning, implementation and delivery of online campaigns, you will be responsible for building customer loyalty, driving interaction and engagement whilst always keeping an eye on performance and sales. You will analyse touch points and user experience across our brand websites, working closely with our Data Analysts to drive value and insight from our CRM and Digital acquisition related data. You will be tasked with understanding and analysing all aspects of our customer behaviour, to maximise customer lifetime value strategies, ensuring optimum profitability.

Collaborating closely with our in-house digital creative teams, you will provide creative, innovative ideas/briefs for a diverse range of marketing materials (including landing pages, videos, websites etc.), to support campaigns, whilst ensuring that all activity delivered is consistent and in keeping with our brand guidelines, as well as being best practice and fully compliant with all relevant legislation. You will also conduct competitor strategies analysis and research, keeping up to date with the latest market trends to identify key opportunities used to enhance the player experience, improve retention rates and profitability, and identify any cross selling opportunities.

Key skills we're looking for...

  • Fluent Japanese speaker (to increase our presence in the Asian market).
  • Experience in the online casino/eGaming/gambling industry.
  • Marketing experience (actively using and optimising digital campaigns, inc. segmentation, campaign planning, implementation and evaluation).
  • Degree in Marketing (or similar field).
  • Sound commercial awareness, with excellent skills in communication/building relationships and attention to details.

Therefore, if you are a skilled Japanese speaking Digital Marketing Executive and you would like to join a multiple award winning eGaming studio who have been accredited as one of the 'Top 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain', been recognised by the BBC as a top technology employer and have a 1 star accreditation as a 'Top Company to Work For' then send in your CV today for review!

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Global HR Director – UK Remote – Tech / SaaS

RecruitmentRevolution.com

Birmingham, MID
7 days ago
Birmingham, MID
£100k - £100k Per Year
7 days ago
£100k - £100k Per Year

Ready for your next opportunity in the tech / SaaS space? We are currently hiring for a Director/VP level HR candidate with experience in a high growth Tech / SaaS SME environment operating throughout EMEA, US & APAC.

Role Info:

Global HR Director – SaaS Platform to Media Industry
Remote UK
£100,000
Plus Benefits Package & Remote working

Who we are:

We are a provider of SaaS/software to advertising and media companies, providing the most influential agencies, media owners and planners with innovative cloud-based tools to help create, plan and predict the most successful media campaigns. With over 50 years of experience providing data and analytical tools for the marketing and advertising industry, our easy-to-use software products and solutions support over 8,000 databases, making it the industry’s most trusted third-party data analysis software globally.

Role Summary:

The Global Human Resource Director will be a key member of the leadership team. As an accomplished Global HR strategic leader, you will drive change transformation, culture change and strategy execution across the organisation. The ideal candidate must have extensive experience in creating and managing a global HR strategy, ensuring its successful execution, and adjusting accordingly to create a competitive advantage.

Main Responsibilities and Tasks:

+ Leading the organisation’s Global HR department, including talent acquisition, learning, and development, employee engagement, compensation and benefits, talent management HR information systems (HRIS) and financial planning of the department.
+ Identify and research Global HR issues to provide the Leadership Team with insights, analysis, and recommendations that will inform strategic thinking and direction.
+ Take responsibility for own P&L.
+ Introducing and maintain a global pay scale structure.
+ Reviewing compensation packages (pension, holidays, stock options, health insurance. etc).
+ Introducing and maintaining global HR policies and procedures.
+ Ensure company is following the QPR (quarterly performance reviews) structure and procedures.
+ eNPS – Leading the analysis and application of employee feedback and data, with the aim of creating a better working environment and engaged culture.
+ Implementing and maintaining an employee’s wellness and engagement programmes.
+ Hiring and onboarding across functions.
+ Lead training and development initiatives throughout the organisation
+ Liaising directly with the executive leadership and being accountable for the overall performance of the Global HR function
+ Champion a performance culture and continuously review productivity and employee development making recommendations for improvements.
+ Ensure legal compliance in all Global HR activities.

About You:

+ MA/MSc Human Resources or equivalent
+ Ideally, FCIPD qualified
+ 10+ years of experience
+ 5+ years of Global Strategic HR
+ Global HR/Employment Law knowledge and experience (NA, EMEA, APAC, LATAM).
+ Proven experience leading global HR strategies.
+ Extensive experience in building & leading Global HR teams.
+ Experience with HRIS, preferably BambooHR.
+ Knowledge of OKRs.
+ Experience in introducing global payscale structures.
+ Experience of working for high growth tech/SaaS companies
+ Fluency in French would be an advantage

Personal Attributes and Other Requirements

+ Organisational skills
+ Communication skills
+ Commercial acumen
+ Role modelling
+ Professional expertise
+ Coaching and mentoring skills
+ Excellent presentation skills

Interested? Apply here for a fast-track path to the Hiring Manager.

Application notice… We take your privacy seriously. When you apply, we shall process your details and pass your application to our client for review for this vacancy only. As you might expect we may contact you by email, text or telephone. Your data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests in fulfilling the recruitment process. Please refer to our Data Privacy Policy & Notice on our website for further details.

If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.

 

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Practice Manager

National Health Service

Newport, MID
5 days ago
Newport, MID
5 days ago

Practice Manager

Wellington Road Surgery

The closing date is 12 March 2021

Job overview

Great opportunity to join a friendly GP Practice, with excellent patient satisfaction.

Due to the retirement of our long-standing Practice Manager, we are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and conscientious Practice Manager to join our long established dispensing practice with 15500 patients in the Market Town of Newport Shropshire.

Finance, HR, Leadership and management skills are required along with the day to day management and smooth running of the practice.

You will ideally have significant NHS primary care manager experience, but we will also consider other candidates with the appropriate skills.

For further information about the role please contact Lynn Kupiec (Practice Manager)

01952 811677 or email lkupiec@nhs.net

Main duties of the job

You will be enthusiastic and conscientious to join our long established dispensing practice with 15500 patients in the Market Town of Newport Shropshire.

Finance, HR, Leadership and management skills are required from someone highly motivated to lead and further develop the practice along with the day to day management and smooth running of the practice.

You will ideally have significant NHS primary care manager experience, but we will also consider other candidates with the appropriate skills.

About us

The practice is patient focussed, a training and teaching practice with a strong ethos of providing excellent care to our patients. We comprise 7 GP Partners, 1 Salaried GP, a skilled and dedicated nursing team including one nurse prescriber, 4 Dispensers, Practice Pharmacist , and experienced reception and administrative teams.

Fantastic opportunity to join an excellent team.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Wellington Road Surgery Newport Shropshire

JOB DESCRIPTION

JOB TITLE: PRACTICE MANAGER

REPORTS TO: THE PARTNERS

HOURS: Full time

Please see attached Job Description

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • QUALIFICATIONS
  • GCSE Mathematics/English
  • Professional Management Qualification
  • UK Driving Licence

Desirable

  • Degree or other Higher Educational Qualification

Experience

Essential

  • EXPERIENCE
  • Practical experience of general business management
  • Practical experience of managing and motivating people
  • Practical experience of budget setting, financial management and accounting practices
  • Experience of managing change
  • Practical experience of managing Health and Safety at work
  • Experience of performance management
  • Chairing and minuting meetings
  • Experience of dealing with the public

Desirable

  • Experience of strategic planning and development planning
  • NHS management
  • Managing complaints
  • Tendering for contracts
  • Experience of ensuring CQC compliance
  • Staff recruitment and selection

SKILLS/ABILITIES/Personal ATTRIBUTES

Essential

  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication skills (Written and Oral)
  • Excellent team leadership skills
  • Excellent motivational skills
  • Organisational skills
  • Computer literate
  • Time Management and the ability to work to deadlines
  • Negotiation and conflict management
  • Analytical analysis
  • Problem solving skills
  • Team player and team leader
  • Self-motivated and motivates others
  • Demonstrates fairness and approachability
  • Planning and organising
  • Performing under pressure
  • Adaptability
  • Taking the initiative/innovating
  • Values the practice team
  • Ability to Network and build relationships
  • Honesty
  • Trustworthy
  • Highly motivated
  • Confident
  • Integrity
  • Positive outlook
  • Fair/reasonable and equitable
  • Friendly/approachable
  • Resilient

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

Wellington Road Surgery

Address

Wellington Road

Newport

Shropshire

TF10 7HG


Employer's website

https://www.wellingtonroadsurgery.co.uk/

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Principal Public Health Specialist

National Health Service

Wolverhampton, MID
3 days ago
Wolverhampton, MID
3 days ago

Principal Public Health Specialist

City of Wolverhampton Council

The closing date is 08 March 2021

Job overview

Public Health and Wellbeing

Principal Public Health Specialist

£51,901 - £54,934 Job Ref: WLV000003346

37 Hours Per Week

Fixed Term Contract for 12 months (maternity leave cover)

Our vision is to make Wolverhampton a City where people can live long, healthy, active lives. We are looking for an experienced and motivated Public Health Specialist to join us and help achieve this.

Main duties of the job

You will lead on programmes of work across one or more priority areas for public health, including health protection, health improvement, healthcare public health, commissioned public health areas, and the wider determinants of health and will need to demonstrate their ability to autonomously formulate and support others to implement public health solutions using a systematic, evidence based approach. You must have a record of securing multi agency buy in for system wide public health initiatives and working in an innovative and collaborative way across organisational boundaries.

About us

We believe that Wolverhampton is an exciting place to work in Public Health. We have a clear vision and a culture of improvement and innovation, and we pride ourselves on working across the whole Council and with partners. City of Wolverhampton was named Local Authority of the Year in the 2017 MJ Awards, for its outstanding example of modern local government where the resident is at the heart of decision-making.

For further information or an informal discussion about this role, please e-mail Ainee Khan via ainee.khan@wolverhampton.gov.uk

CLOSING DATE MONDAY 8 MARCH, 2021

Apply online at www.wmjobs.co.uk/employer/1015/city-of-wolverhampton-council/

Job description

Job responsibilities

Job Purpose and Role

Working collaboratively across a wide variety of public health areas and using your specialist Public Health knowledge and skills, you will lead, plan and appraise Public Health initiatives and policy, often with outcomes that will be achieved over a period of months or years. You will support the Consultants in Public Health and the Director of Public Health to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities in Wolverhampton, through commissioning and delivery, and by influencing the work of key partners in the City. You will manage a team of Public Health specialists working on a broad range of Public Health topics, and with business partner arrangements to other divisions/teams and external partners (e.g. CCG).

There will be several Principals in the team, each with a different portfolio of responsibility, and this will be subject to change as required according to business need, and staff will be expected to maintain generic Public Health skills that allow them to provide cross cover where necessary.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Technical

  • measure, monitor and report population health and wellbeing
  • interpret and present data and information
  • promote population and community health and wellbeing, addressing the wider determinants of health and health inequalities
  • influence and strengthen community action by empowering communities through evidence based approaches
  • access and appraise evidence gained through systematic methods and through engagement with the wider research community
  • critique published and unpublished research, synthesise the evidence and draw appropriate conclusions
  • work to, and for the evidence base, conduct research, and provide informed advice
  • report and advise on the implications of the evidence base for the most effective practice and the delivery of value for money
  • identify gaps in the current evidence base that may be addressed through research
  • audit, evaluate and redesign services and interventions to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • engage stakeholders (including service users) in service design and development, to deliver accessible and equitable person-centred services
  • develop and/or implement standards, protocols and procedures, incorporating national best practice guidance into local delivery systems
  • quality assure and audit services and interventions to control risks and improve their quality and effectiveness

Context

  • work with, and through, policies and strategies to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • appraise and advise on global, national or local strategies to improve the public's health and reduce health inequalities
  • assess the impact and benefits of health and other policies and strategies on the public's health and health inequalities
  • develop and/or implement action plans with, and for, specific groups and communities, to deliver outcomes identified in strategies and policies
  • influence or lead on policy development and strategic planning, creating opportunities to address health needs and risks, promote health and build approaches for prevention
  • monitor and report on the progress and outcomes of strategy and policy implementation making recommendations for improvement
  • work collaboratively across agencies and boundaries to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • influence and coordinate other organisations and agencies to increase their engagement with health and wellbeing, ill-health prevention and health inequalities

build alliances and partnerships to plan and implement programmes and services that share goals and priorities

  • evaluate partnerships and address barriers to successful collaboration

  • collaborate to create new solutions to complex problems by promoting innovation and the sharing of ideas, practices, resources, leadership and learning

  • connect communities, groups and individuals to local resources and services that support their health and wellbeing
  • work in a commissioning based culture to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities

  • set commissioning priorities, balancing particular needs with the evidence base and the economic case for investment

  • specify and agree service requirements and measurable performance indicators to ensure quality provision and delivery of desired outcomes

  • commission and/or provide services and interventions in ways that involve service users and support community interests to achieve equitable person-centred delivery

  • work to understand, and help others to understand, political and democratic processes that can be used to support health and wellbeing and reduce inequalities

  • operate within the decision making, administrative and reporting processes that support political and democratic systems

  • respond constructively to political and other tensions while encouraging a focus on the interests of the public's health

  • help individuals and communities to have more control over decisions that affect them and promote health equity, equality and justice

  • work within the legislative framework that underpins public service provision to maximise opportunities to promote and protect health and wellbeing

Delivery

  • act with integrity, consistency and purpose, and continue your personal development
  • provide leadership to drive improvement in health outcomes and the reduction of health inequalities

  • engage others, build relationships, manage conflict, encourage contribution and sustain commitment to deliver shared objectives

  • adapt to change, manage uncertainty, solve problems and align clear goals with lines of accountability in complex and unpredictable environments

  • establish and coordinate a system of leaders and followers engaged in improving health outcomes, the wider health determinants and reducing inequalities

  • provide vision, shape thinking, inspire shared purpose, and influence the contributions of others throughout the system to improve health and address health inequalities

  • manage public perception and convey key messages using a range of media processes

  • communicate sometimes complex information and concepts (including health outcomes, inequalities and life expectancy) to a diversity of audiences using different methods

  • facilitate dialogue with groups and communities to improve health literacy and reduce inequalities using a range of tools and technologies

  • apply the principles of social marketing and/or behavioural science to reach specific groups and communities with enabling information and ideas

  • consult, and listen to individuals, groups and communities likely to be affected by planned intervention or change

design and manage programmes and projects to improve health

and reduce inequalities

  • scope programmes/projects, stating the case for investment, the aims, objectives and milestones

  • identify stakeholders, agree requirements and project/programme schedules and identify how outputs and outcomes will be measured and communicated

  • manage programme/project schedules, resources, budget and scope, accommodating changes within a robust change control process

  • track and evaluate programme/project progress against schedule and regularly review quality assurance, risks and opportunities to realise benefits and outcomes

  • seek independent assurance throughout programme/project planning and processes within organisational governance frameworks

prioritise and manage resources at a population /systems level to achieve equitable health outcomes and return on investment

  • identify, negotiate and secure sources of funding and/or other resources

  • prioritise, align and deploy resources towards clear strategic goals and objectives

  • manage finance and other resources within corporate and/or partnership governance systems, protocol and policy

  • develop workforce capacity, and mobilise the system-wide paid and volunteer workforce, to deliver public health priorities at scale

  • design, implement, deliver and/or quality assure education and training programmes, to build a skilled and competent workforce

  • adapt capability by maintaining flexible in-service learning and development systems for the workforce

Professional and ethical

  • understand and apply the principles underpinning public service
  • adhere to professional codes of conduct, occupational membership codes, employer behaviour frameworks and practice standards
  • ensure compliance with statutory legislation and practice requirements, including mandatory training
  • promote ethical practice with an understanding of the ethical dilemmas that might be faced when promoting population health and reducing health inequalities
  • identify and apply ethical frameworks when faced with difficult decisions when promoting the public's health and reducing health inequalities

Corporate Responsibility

  • To act in accordance with the Council's Constitution and other Codes of Conduct.
  • To participate in staff development, appraisal and training as appropriate, including continuous professional development.
  • To comply with the Council's agreed policies and procedures including but not limited to Health and Safety, and Equal Opportunities Policies, the Data Protection Act, Freedom of Information Act, Financial Management Regulations and other relevant Council and Government Regulations, Directives and City wide priorities.
  • To undertake any other tasks, duties and responsibilities as directed and appropriate to the grade and role of the post subject to any reasonable adjustments under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 as incorporated into the Equality Act 2010.
  • To participate in the wider development of the service and contribute to service improvement as required.
  • City of Wolverhampton Council is committed to Corporate Parenting.

Corporate Parenting is the collective responsibility of the Council to provide the best possible care and protection for children who are looked after.

Person Specification

Skills and Knowledge

Essential

  • Programme management
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Able to synthesise complex information for different audiences in a short timescale
  • Pragmatic negotiator
  • Critical appraisal of literature
  • Synthesis, analysis and interpretation of health information and intelligence
  • Extensive working knowledge of IT systems including Microsoft Office
  • Ability to concentrate for long periods of time on highly complex information to produce reports
  • Up to date knowledge of Public Health policy
  • Thorough understanding of key Public Health principles in practice,

Experience

Essential

  • People management
  • Financial and resource management
  • Input into commissioning processes including KPI development, needs assessment
  • Chairing and facilitating multi-agency groups
  • Partnership working and maintaining productive working relationships over long periods of time
  • Business case development
  • Policy development and implementation
  • Developing and delivering training and supporting junior colleagues
  • Managing and facilitating change
  • Engagement and consultation

Desirable

  • Working in a related partnership field, e.g. schools, NHS, voluntary sector
  • Working in a Local Authority

Qualifications

Essential

  • Educated to Masters level or equivalent experience within Public Health or a related field

Desirable

  • Masters in Public Health
  • Postgraduate management qualification
  • Working towards registration on UKPHR

Employer details

Employer name

City of Wolverhampton Council

Address

Civic Centre

Wolverhampton

WV1 1RL


Employer's website

https://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/

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Assistant Finance Manager

Williams & Dunne

Wolverhampton, MID
4 days ago
Wolverhampton, MID
4 days ago

Assistant Finance Manager


Location: Primarily based in Wolverhampton but may have some requirements to travel to other locations as and when required.


Salary: Up to £40,000 per annum


About the Company


We run a number of businesses operating across a wide range of industries including Law firms, Property and Direct Marketing.


Lloyd James Media group is a national group of businesses who provides B2C direct marketing solutions and has one of the most accurate multi-sourced databases of UK consumers. Lloyd James Media Group and the national group of businesses specialise in Law and have recently formed an alternative business structure and launched the national consumer brand The Law Mind and My Law Matters.


The Law Mind are legal specialists in financial litigation and other consumer led claims, with over 20 years experience within generating leads across multiple marketing channels and since 2016 has produced over 5 million PPI leads for both inhouse claims management and external partners.


My Law Matters are legal specialists within Conveyancing, Wills and Probate and Family Law, we have offices based in Solihull, Wolverhampton, Manchester and Waltham Cross that have dedicated employees to work around the client’s needs.


Victor Assets & Estates/VNT Salop are our property management companies, who operating nationally for asset sales and leasing’s of a number of properties within our portfolio.


Our business is successful for its innovative and autonomous structure, we pride ourselves on being a mutual shareholding business with a number of larger businesses and support services such as IT, HR and Finance. Due our success we are currently on the cusp of an exciting new adventure focusing on people, process and operations.


About the Assistant Finance Manager Role:


We are looking for the right individual who can play a critical role in providing financial guidance and support to our business with the motivation and hunger to make a real difference to the business’s success.


If you are looking for a role with growth and opportunity, we can offer you a career with no limits and you can hit the ground running and shine!


We recognise our support services are the backbone to our businesses and the individuals within the team are the drivers behind the success. We are looking for someone who can work closely with the finance team, manager, directors, and stakeholders to deliver high quality financial services and grow the financial department with a hands-on approach.


Assistant Finance Manager Responsibilities:


• Lead, manage and motivate your team by pushing them to their limits, set clear goals and being encouraging
• Create, develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders within the business
• Monitoring the day-to-day financial operations with the company
• Management of Finance teamwork flow through implementing company policies, staff appraisals, performance management, training programmes and development
• Represent the business positively and effectively in dealings with external parties
• Assist in the development of plans, policies, and procedures for all areas within scope of the post and ensure compliance across the business
• Stay up to date with technological advances and accounting software to be used for financial purposes
• Cash flow management, including reconciliations of bank accounts as well as sales analysis month end reports and presentations
• Assist on the key control account reconciliations and finance processes are effectively carried out monthly
• Meeting all relevant statutory requirements including VAT and Inland Revenue returns
• To be aware of all current and developing regulatory requirements which could impact the operations of the financial and commercial aspects and take the necessary actions to ensure adherence
• Contribute to the maintenance and development of an effective budget production, monitor, and manage the system that facilitates and underpins operational and strategic planning
• Assist in preparing accounts, developing financial models, and planning for future strategy
• Assist in managing group payroll
• Any other duties for the requested by the company it considers appropriate to your abilities, including duties which would not normally be associated with your job title

Assistant Finance Manager Requirements:


• Must be a qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA)
• At least 5 years’ experience in finance role
• At least 3 years’ experience of managing and developing a financial team
• Have the knowledge to work with Sage 50 Accounts
• Preferably law firm accounting experience
• Have the knowledge of Finance Policies and Procedures
• Able to work under your own initiative when dealing with client and supplier issues
• Be an excellent communicator capable of dealing with a variety of clients and non-finance people
• Knowledge of organisational effectiveness and how to implement it
• Familiarity with business and financial principles with the innovative to implement them
• Inspirational and dynamic individual who can encourage drive and develop a team’s output
• The ability to positively influence others
• Professional and self-motivated
• Good analytical skills
• High numeracy and sound technical skills
• Strong project management
• Strong attention to detail and an investigating nature
• The capacity to make quick but rational decisions
• Excellent time management and organisational skills
• Able to take instruction, process, act and improve

Assistant Finance Manager Benefits:


As a business we pride ourselves on our core values of being open, honest, and hardworking.  This is a huge potential to develop and grow within a fun and exciting environment, where your perspective matters, your development is at the forefront where endless opportunities are offered to support your personal growth and expansion of the business by having a voice and being part of making critical business decisions, you will no longer be viewed as a cog in a wheel!


• As an Assistant Finance Manager, you will enjoy a secure, supportive, and progressive working environment
• Comprehensive (Inhouse) training as we as development and career progression opportunities
• 30 days holiday
• Various lifestyle benefits

If you think that you are suitable for this Assistant Finance Manager role, please apply now!

Job Type

full-time

Posted

3 days ago

Description

Principal Public Health Specialist

City of Wolverhampton Council

The closing date is 15 March 2021

Job overview

Public Health and Wellbeing

Principal Public Health Specialist

£51,905 - £54,934 Job Ref: WLV000003355

37 Hours Per Week

Permanent

Our vision is to make Wolverhampton a City where people can live long, healthy, active lives. We are looking for an experienced and motivated Public Health Specialist to join us and help achieve this.

For further information or an informal discussion about this role, please e-mail either Ainee Khan atainee.khan@wolverhampton.gov.uk or

Neeraj Malhotra atneeraj.malhotra@wolverhampton.gov.uk

CLOSING DATE MONDAY 15 MARCH, 2021

Apply online atwww.wmjobs.co.uk/employer/1015/city-of-wolverhampton-council/

Main duties of the job

You will lead on programmes of work across one or more priority areas for public health, including health protection, health improvement, healthcare public health, commissioned public health areas, and the wider determinants of health and will need to demonstrate your ability to autonomously formulate and support others to implement public health solutions using a systematic, evidence based approach. You must have a record of securing multi agency buy in for system wide public health initiatives and working in an innovative and collaborative way across organisational boundaries.

We are committed to representing Wolverhampton's diverse community and therefore strongly encourage applications from allthose whomeet the essential criteria. We operate a guaranteed interview policy for disabled candidates, those who have previously been under our care and are over the age of 25 and veterans who have served in the military, where it is evidenced that the essential criteria of the post are met.

About us

Wolverhampton is an exciting place to work in Public Health. We have a clear vision and a culture of improvement and innovation, and we pride ourselves on working across the whole Council and with partners. City of Wolverhampton was named Local Authority of the Year in the 2017 MJ Awards, for its outstanding example of modern local government where the resident is at the heart of decision-making.

Our application system is anonymous, this means recruitment panel members will not receive your personal details unless you are invited to attend an interview. We are not able to hide personal information from any attachments that you upload so we request that you remove your personal information from any supporting documentation. The shortlisting panel will receive your candidate pack in full (including any attachments) showing your candidate number. If you are invited to attend an interview, panel members will be provided with your name.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Post Title: Principal Public Health Specialist

Directorate: People

Service Group: Public Health and Wellbeing

Responsible to: Consultant in Public Health (Medicine)

Responsible for: Senior Public Health Specialists, Emergency Planning team, health improvement team (depending on portfolio)

Grade: 9

Location: Civic Centre or any other suitable location within the City of Wolverhampton

Job Purpose and Role

Working collaboratively across a wide variety of public health areas and using your specialist Public Health knowledge and skills, you will lead, plan and appraise Public Health initiatives and policy, often with outcomes that will be achieved over a period of months or years. You will support the Consultants in Public Health and the Director of Public Health to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities in Wolverhampton, through commissioning and delivery, and by influencing the work of key partners in the City. You will manage a team of Public Health specialists working on a broad range of Public Health topics, and with business partner arrangements to other divisions/teams and external partners (e.g. CCG).

There will be several Principals in the team, each with a different portfolio of responsibility, and this will be subject to change as required according to business need, and staff will be expected to maintain generic Public Health skills that allow them to provide cross cover where necessary.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Technical

  • measure, monitor and report population health and wellbeing
  • interpret and present data and information
  • promote population and community health and wellbeing, addressing the wider determinants of health and health inequalities
  • influence and strengthen community action by empowering communities through evidence based approaches
  • access and appraise evidence gained through systematic methods and through engagement with the wider research community
  • critique published and unpublished research, synthesise the evidence and draw appropriate conclusions
  • work to, and for the evidence base, conduct research, and provide informed advice
  • report and advise on the implications of the evidence base for the most effective practice and the delivery of value for money
  • identify gaps in the current evidence base that may be addressed through research
  • audit, evaluate and redesign services and interventions to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • engage stakeholders (including service users) in service design and development, to deliver accessible and equitable person-centred services
  • develop and/or implement standards, protocols and procedures, incorporating national best practice guidance into local delivery systems
  • quality assure and audit services and interventions to control risks and improve their quality and effectiveness

Context

  • work with, and through, policies and strategies to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • appraise and advise on global, national or local strategies to improve the public's health and reduce health inequalities
  • assess the impact and benefits of health and other policies and strategies on the public's health and health inequalities
  • develop and/or implement action plans with, and for, specific groups and communities, to deliver outcomes identified in strategies and policies
  • influence or lead on policy development and strategic planning, creating opportunities to address health needs and risks, promote health and build approaches for prevention
  • monitor and report on the progress and outcomes of strategy and policy implementation making recommendations for improvement
  • work collaboratively across agencies and boundaries to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities
  • influence and coordinate other organisations and agencies to increase their engagement with health and wellbeing, ill-health prevention and health inequalities

build alliances and partnerships to plan and implement programmes and services that share goals and priorities

  • evaluate partnerships and address barriers to successful collaboration

  • collaborate to create new solutions to complex problems by promoting innovation and the sharing of ideas, practices, resources, leadership and learning

  • connect communities, groups and individuals to local resources and services that support their health and wellbeing
  • work in a commissioning based culture to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities

  • set commissioning priorities, balancing particular needs with the evidence base and the economic case for investment

  • specify and agree service requirements and measurable performance indicators to ensure quality provision and delivery of desired outcomes

  • commission and/or provide services and interventions in ways that involve service users and support community interests to achieve equitable person-centred delivery

  • work to understand, and help others to understand, political and democratic processes that can be used to support health and wellbeing and reduce inequalities

  • operate within the decision making, administrative and reporting processes that support political and democratic systems

  • respond constructively to political and other tensions while encouraging a focus on the interests of the public's health

  • help individuals and communities to have more control over decisions that affect them and promote health equity, equality and justice

  • work within the legislative framework that underpins public service provision to maximise opportunities to promote and protect health and wellbeing

Person Specification

Experience

Essential

  • People management
  • Financial and resource management
  • Input into commissioning processes including KPI development, needs assessment
  • Chairing and facilitating multi-agency groups
  • Partnership working and maintaining productive working relationships over long periods of time
  • Business case development
  • Policy development and implementation
  • Developing and delivering training and supporting junior colleagues
  • Managing and facilitating change
  • Engagement and consultation

Desirable

  • Working in a related partnership field, e.g. schools, NHS, voluntary sector
  • Working in a Local Authority

Qualifications

Essential

  • Educated to Masters level or equivalent experience within Public Health or a related field

Desirable

  • Masters in Public Health
  • Postgraduate management qualification
  • Working towards registration on UKPHR

Skills, Knowledge, and Personal Qualities

Essential

  • Programme management
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Able to synthesise complex information for different audiences in a short timescale
  • Pragmatic negotiator
  • Critical appraisal of literature
  • Synthesis, analysis and interpretation of health information and intelligence
  • Extensive working knowledge of IT systems including Microsoft Office
  • Ability to concentrate for long periods of time on highly complex information to produce reports
  • Up to date knowledge of Public Health policy
  • Thorough understanding of key Public Health principles in practice, e.g. equity, prevention, empowerment, evidence-based working, social marketing
  • Highly numerate, with a good working knowledge of common epidemiological and statistical concepts and techniques
  • Works under own initiative with little input from manager
  • Strategic thinker
  • Ability to manage multiple complex demands, ranging from very short term to very long term work streams
  • Commitment to Public Health ethos
  • Leadership
  • Able to produce innovative, creative solutions to complex problems
  • Able to act autonomously in situations of uncertainty
  • Empowering approach

Employer details

Employer name

City of Wolverhampton Council

Address

Civic Centre

Wolverhampton

WV1 1RL


Employer's website

https://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/