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Available roles

Delivering more of what matters

 

Chief Officer, Development - up to £77k (plus £4,000 car allowance)

 

At Folkestone and Hythe, we have an incredible agenda including breathing new life into Folkestone Town Centre with our ambitious Place Plan, new leisure facilities and parks, bringing brown field sites back into use and an ambitious house building target. We believe with the public sector leading on a series of interventions the private sector will follow to make Folkestone and Hythe an even better place to live, work and visit.

 

We now seek an experienced development professional to work closely with the Director for Housing and Operations and with the wider senior management team to deliver truly outstanding results. You will be the lead officer for our strategic project delivery including our HRA new build and retrofitting programme and will bring experience in working with development partners, scheme design and scoping, feasibility, commercial negotiations and land deals, as well as knowledge of the carbon-agenda.

 

If you have vision, energy and enthusiasm, combined with a passion for delivering excellence across a range of multi-million-pound projects, then we want to hear from you.

 

For a confidential discussion, please contact Rob Naylor on 07922 417550 or Ben Cox on 07809 374692.

 

For more information about this exciting opportunity, please click 'Apply' to download the Candidate Briefing Pack.

 

Closing Date: 5pm, Friday 3rd September 2021.

 

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Delivering more of what matters

 

Chief Officer, Housing up to £77k (plus £4,000 car allowance)

 

At Folkestone and Hythe we place great emphasis on providing exceptional housing services to help enhance the quality of life for our tenants and residents.  We have the mechanisms in place to allow residents’ voices to be heard and for them to be at the heart of everything that we do. We have a great team in place and ambitious plans to further develop the service and our housing stock.

 

We now seek an experienced housing professional to work closely with the Director for Housing and Operations and the wider senior management team. You will be the lead officer for the housing landlord service including compliance, asset management and capital improvement programmes, housing operations and housing strategy, as well as working closely with the development team to deliver our ambitious new build programme.

 

If you have vision, energy and enthusiasm, combined with a passion for delivering excellence in public sector housing, then we want to hear from you.

 

For a confidential discussion, please contact Rob Naylor on 07922 417550 or Ben Cox on 07809 374692.

 

For more information about this exciting opportunity, please click 'Apply' to download the Candidate Briefing Pack.

 

Closing Date: 5pm, Friday 3rd September 2021.

 

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Delivering more of what matters

 

Chief Officer, Place and Growth - up to £77k (plus £4,000 car allowance)

 

We have exciting plans for Folkestone and Hythe district including breathing new life into Folkestone Town Centre with our ambitious Place Plan, new leisure facilities and parks, bringing brown field sites back into use and an ambitious house building targets. We believe with the public sector leading on a series of interventions the private sector will follow to make Folkestone and Hythe an even better place to live, work and visit.

 

We are seeking a Chief Officer to lead the creation and delivery of plans that will drive the district’s economic recovery, with a key focus on place shaping, town centre regeneration, growing businesses, creating new jobs and attracting inward investment.

 

We are looking for someone who is passionate about growing great places and the potential of Folkestone & Hythe. We need someone who has a positive and proactive approach and can deliver success in partnership with colleagues, elected members, communities and partners. The ability to thrive in a team environment and to relish the opportunity to work with committed and passionate people is essential.

 

For a confidential discussion, please contact Rob Naylor on 07922 417550 or Ben Cox on 07809 374692.

 

For more information about this exciting opportunity, please click 'Apply' to download the Candidate Briefing Pack.

 

Closing Date: 5pm, Friday 3rd September 2021.

 

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Director of Finance (Capital & Commercial)

Up to £125,244 | Enfield

 

This is more than a senior finance role - it is an opportunity to join an ambitious and forward-thinking authority, to carve-out and shape a new team, and to be a major part of change that will impact the whole council and all borough residents.

 

The Role

 

Reporting into the Executive Director for Resources, you will be a senior member of the Resources Directorate leadership team, and will primarily be responsible for the borough’s investment strategies and their ability to successfully deliver some of the largest and most exciting regeneration schemes in the country.

 

Acting as a critical friend to colleagues and partners, you will provide a sophisticated combination of challenge and support to ensure that the London Borough of Enfield is investing in the best possible projects, in the best possible way, for the best possible returns.

 

As this is a new role, initial tasks will include:

 

  • Reviewing the borough’s current schemes, including Meridian Water (a major regeneration project that will deliver 10,000 new homes and thousands of new jobs with GDV of £6billion) and Snell’s Park Estates (a proposed 2,000 home scheme in Edmonton).

 

  • Re-assessing all associated risks and governance arrangements, and evaluating upcoming opportunities.

 

  • Appraising the council’s funding models and treasury strategy.

 

Candidates

 

This role calls for a finance professional who is experienced in assessing and/or delivering major regeneration projects, and who can articulate how to ensure affordability and deliverability.

 

A passion for finance and making a difference will be required for success.

 

You will be seeking an opportunity to join a cohesive and supportive leadership team that is performing well, and is keen to do even more.

 

Next Steps

 

So, if you are looking for a high-profile finance role, with an ambitious and supportive team, then please follow the instructions to apply. If a confidential conversation would be of value, please call Andrew Tromans on 07805 226 301 or Rob Naylor on 07922 417 550.

 

For further information and to apply please go to https://www.leadingenfield.com/

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Director of Finance (Corporate)

Salary up to £125,244

 

Enfield Council is an exciting, forward thinking authority which is driven by excellence. This is more than a Director of Finance role - it is an opportunity to review and reshape a service. To support change which will impact the whole authority.

 

This role is part of a large recruitment campaign across Enfield Council as it seeks to appoint new members of staff in key positions. If you have the drive and ambition, you could be part of a significant change cycle.

 

The Role

 

As Deputy S151 you will report to the Executive Director for Resources, you will be a senior member of the Resources Directorate leadership team and will primarily be responsible for overseeing the corporate team.

 

A key component of this role will be to support the council in financially challenging times ensuring that the statutory requirements of the council are being fulfilled and that there is strong governance in place.

 

A few areas of focus for an incoming Director of Finance will include:-

 

  • Reshaping the council’s corporate finance team, by reviewing the existing team and structure, evaluating areas for improvement and creating a plan for the future.
  • Managing ever tightening budgets in local government - ensuring the council’s finances are well managed with residents receiving value for money.
  • Horizon scanning for potential opportunities to save money and generate income will be expected.

 

Candidates

 

This role requires an exceptional candidate with local government Corporate Finance experience ideally who understands how to transform a service.

 

While reporting to the Director of Resources you will be working closely with the new Director of Finance (Regeneration, Capital) so a strong collaborative nature to build relationships with colleagues and being supportive of their remit will be important.

 

A passion for finance and making a difference will be required for success.

 

You will be seeking an opportunity to join a cohesive and supportive leadership team that is performing well and is keen to do even more.

 

If you are a passionate, enthusiastic individual who enjoys working at pace and has the dynamism and vigour required for this role – We’d like to hear from you, please contact Az Ahmed – az.ahmed@penna.com / 07717 810 481 or  Rob Naylor – Rob.Naylor@penna.com / 07922 417 550 for a confidential conversation.

 

For further information and to apply please go to https://www.leadingenfield.com/

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Creating a lifetime of opportunity for our residents

 

Head of Joint Service for Disabled Children – Enfield Council

 

Salary: £75,579 to £91,776

 

This is an exciting opportunity to join Enfield and support vulnerable children young people and their families to achieve the best possible outcomes. You will need to be committed to delivering high standards across Children and Family Services working with colleagues and partners to make a positive difference to the lives of children and young people with SEND and their families.

 

The Joint Service for Disabled Children (JSDC) is an important partnership which works with the Our Voice parent forum and other voluntary organisations to support and promote opportunities for disabled children and their families. It includes specialist social work teams, the early intervention support service and Cheviots children’s disability service.

 

Staff are trained to deliver the positive behaviour support programme. The Early Intervention Support Service (EISS) is part of the JSDC and includes teachers, early years practitioners, and dedicated key workers.

 

The Cheviots centre is operational 7 days a week, it’s social workers and centre workers play a part in assessing children and providing support and services to families. Short breaks provide disabled children and young people with an opportunity to spend time away from their parents, relax with friends and have fun. They also provide families with a break from their caring responsibilities.

 

As a senior officer in a specialist service the Head of the JSDC will be expected to exercise significant autonomy with regular contact with Members, Executive Director of People Services and other senior colleagues, ensuring the safe and effective delivery of all functions that come within the remit of the role.

 

Our diverse borough and tapestry of providers has enormous potential to inform new perspectives and fresh approaches to service development. The Head of the Joint Service for Disabled Children will be expected to have an innovative and engaging approach, forging strong partnerships across the borough, to drive up aspiration, ambition and successful outcomes for disabled children and young people.

 

If you are a qualified social worker with strong knowledge and experience of the major issues facing children and young people with disabilities and their families together with a true understanding of safeguarding complexities and the SEND agenda then we would love to hear from you.

 

You will be joining a supportive team with a strong culture and ethos as champions for the young people and families we serve.

 

For further information regarding the role visit https://www.leadingenfield.com/ or contact a Penna Consultant; Helen Alwell on 07809 905 467 or helen.alwell@penna.com or Carol Coyle on 07500 887849 or carol.coyle@penna.com

 

Closing Date for Applications: Friday 27th August 2021

 

 

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Creating a lifetime of opportunity for our residents

 

Enfield Council

Director of Public Health

Salary:  £102,570-£125,244

 

Here at Enfield Council, our mission is to create a “lifetime of opportunity for our residents”. We are an ambitious Council, serving a population of over 350,000 people and this is reflected in our Council plan to deliver better and more efficient services to all who live, work, study and visit our borough.

 

As Director of Public Health, you’ll be the driving force behind better health and wellbeing in our Borough. You’ll target health inequalities with a relentless improvement drive. You’ll build on our excellent relationships with NHS partners and other key agencies, as well as with the people of Enfield. Together, you’ll come up with innovative solutions to deliver better health for all. You’ll also work with Public Health England to combat threats such as health hazards and infectious diseases.

 

You’ll be our principal adviser on health matters, but just as importantly, provide strategic leadership of the integration of public health functions and outcomes into all aspects of the Council’s work, including regeneration and economic development, through a health in all policies approach. This demanding, varied and interesting role requires a person experienced in leading the agenda to improve the health and wellbeing of residents, reducing inequalities in health outcomes and protecting local communities from public health hazards.

 

If you relish challenge and have the energy, enthusiasm and skills to deliver better outcomes and make a real impact, then we would like to hear from you. It’s important that you are a registered GMC, GDC or UK PHR public health specialist with significant experience in all areas of public health practice.

 

To find out more, please contact our retained consultants at Penna: Nick Raper on 07715 690463 or Jordan Mumford on 07729 600685 for a confidential conversation, or visit https://www.leadingenfield.com/ for further information.

 

Closing Date: Friday 27th August 2021

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Chief Accountant

Salary upto £77k plus a market supplement up to £13k for exceptional candidates

 

Why Enfield?

Enfield Council is an ambitious and exciting local authority. It is looking for an equally enterprising and progressive candidate to drive through substantial change.

 

There are plenty of attractions to Enfield Council both professional and personal. It’s a friendly, welcoming place to work, with a strong team ethic.

 

We are embarking on a number of exciting projects - from the development of Meridian Water to the regeneration of estates we are looking to change the borough.

 

This is an opportunity to join a collaborative culture at all levels where we are open to listening to new ideas and implement changes which benefit the council.

 

This role is part of a wider recruitment campaign which seeks to make key appointments and bring in talent professional and fresh new ideas to the council.

 

We are looking to continue to transform the borough if you have a desire to be a part of this journey read on...

 

 

About the role

We are seeking an experienced Chief Accountant in this key role to lead and develop our Finance Team.

 

You will be part of the Finance Leadership Team and responsible for managing a team focusing on the essential elements of corporate finance.

 

As Chief Accountant, you will work closely with the Director of Finance and Heads of Service areas to provide clear financial advice, ensuring at all times the Council is compliant with CIPFA accounting regulations. A key part of the role will be to produce the Statement of Accounts and overseeing the Audit process.

 

You will review and evaluate processes and financial reporting to ensure they are fit for purpose and that we have best in class governance in place.

 

The Chief Accountant will lead on the design of a new ERP system. Your influence will mean that a modern system is purchased, implemented and the staff are fully trained to utilise it.

 

About you

 

We are looking for a qualified accountant (CIPFA or one of the other CCAB bodies), with experience of having led on the successful closure of accounts in the past. You will come armed with strong technical knowledge and will have previously led, trained and developed a team ensuring in the long term equally adept and capable.

 

To be successful in the role of Chief Accountant, you will have an aptitude for understanding and interpreting complex regulations and legislation and for innovating, challenging traditional approaches.

 

Finally, it will be essential that you proactively communicate with your team to solve any challenges which may arise and motivate staff to deliver to the best of their ability.

 

If you are a passionate, enthusiastic individual who enjoys working at pace – We’d like to hear from you, please contact Az Ahmed – az.ahmed@penna.com / 07717 810 481 or Jordan Mumford - Jordan.Mumford@penna.com / 07729 600685 for a confidential conversation.

 

For further information please visit https://www.leadingenfield.com/

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Executive Director

£102,000 spot salary + benefits

Cirencester

 

As an Executive Director at Publica, you will help us to transform the way place based services are delivered across our four partner Councils (Cotswold District, Forest of Dean District, West Oxfordshire District and Cheltenham Borough).  Importantly, you’ll champion local needs and deliver better outcomes for our communities.

 

You will join our senior management team and our company board.  You will have the experience to contribute to both strategic planning and service delivery.  From housing to zero carbon initiatives and regeneration, you will oversee place-shaping projects that directly benefit local residents and businesses. You will bring real gravitas and political acumen to the role, ensuring that our project governance framework is implemented across the organisation.  Plus, you will be our Relationship Lead Director for Cotswold District Council. Here you will act as our locality lead, working closely with the Council’s CEO and cabinet members and have an even greater impact on a whole range of issues.

 

The scale of the role is huge, in a small team across four partner councils, we are always rebalancing needs and priorities.  The opportunities for change are also huge.  With relevant qualifications and real experience in delivering the goods, you may already be working at director level or you may be a step-up candidate for whom Publica is an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to function at the highest level, with politicians and stakeholders in a shared service environment.  You will be able to confidently network and negotiate at all levels, and manage your own workload and priorities in a demanding situation.   You will be a politically astute problem-solver who can build strong relationships with members and representatives, both internally and externally.  By developing positive relationships with colleagues, councils and clients, you will forge new pathways and release previously untapped potential.

 

In exchange for your expertise, we offer an attractive range of benefits including from a generous stakeholder pension, a flexible work-life balance, salary sacrifice car and bike lease schemes.

 

This is a re-advertisement.  Previous candidates need not re-apply.

 

For more information about this exciting opportunity, please click 'Apply' to download the Candidate Briefing Pack document.

 

For a confidential discussion, please contact Az.Ahmed@Penna.com and Julie.Towers@Penna.com

 

Closing date for applications is: Sunday 22nd August 2021

 

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Service Director Digital & Customer Experience

Up to £107,000

 

Unlocking the City’s Potential

 

Thank you for your interest in the role of Service Director for Digital & Customer Experience. This new role offers an exciting opportunity to be joining one of Europe’s most vibrant waterfront cities. As the UK’s 15th largest City we want to enhance and develop our digital offer, but at the same time drive a multi-channel customer experience making sure the most vulnerable in our City are not left behind. The role is a diverse one that will lead our Customer Service, Business Support and Digital Teams and in the first six months of appointment will support the Strategic Director develop our future Customer Service Strategy and reorganise our Digital and Customer Services Teams so we can meet the challenges of the future.

 

You will bring a track record of delivering digital solutions and improved customer experience across all areas of the organisation, along with the energy, enthusiasm and desire to join a forward-thinking City.

 

For more information about the role please visit http://www.proudofplymouth.com/

 

For a confidential discussion please call our retained consultants Carol Coyle on 07500 887849 or Ben Cox on 07809 374692

 

Closing Date: 20th August 2021

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Chief Inspector, Jersey Care Commission

 

Up to £96k + Relocation Package

 

We’ve made a great start…And there’s still a way to go.

 

The Jersey Care Commission regulates and inspects health and social care services on Jersey.

 

Reporting to the Jersey Care Commission, you will be responsible for bringing the strategic leadership, operational expertise and technical skills to deliver the Commission’s statutory, regulatory and inspection functions.

 

In addition to setting standards and promoting excellence you will be tasked with further enhancing the commission’s credibility for highly competent and confident regulation as the Commission prepares to extend its regulatory remit into new areas. This role calls for a senior manager with experience of delivering high quality services in a complex environment. Whilst you don’t have to be a qualified health or social care professional, previous experience of working in a health or social care context or in a regulatory environment is desirable.

 

So, if you are looking for a leadership opportunity with real responsibility, and a growing remit, that will leverage your knowledge of health and/or social care, with all the benefits of living and working on the island of Jersey – look no further.

 

Please visit https://www.oneteamjersey.gov.je for further information. Or please contact Andrew Tromans (07805 226 301), Maggie Hennessy (07877 004 648) or Carol Coyle (07500 887 849) for a confidential conversation.

 

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Closing Date: Sunday 22nd August 2021

 

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Assistant Director – Children’s Social Care: Staffordshire County Council

Salary - £109,968

Location – Staffordshire (flexible working policy)

 

With a ‘Good’ OFSTED rating and a new restorative practice model, Children’s Care at Staffordshire County Council is changing young lives for the better. As we look to the future, we’re investing in children’s social care to drive the evolution of the service despite the tough financial climate. And that makes this a great time to join us as Assistant Director.

 

Providing high quality social care in a county the size of Staffordshire isn’t easy. But, by adopting an early prevention approach, we’re resolving problems before they become more serious. Our aim is to create an environment where families are supported to stay together safely and live well in their communities by building on their strengths. And we’re proud to say that this model is achieving results.

 

As Assistant Director for Children’s Care, you’ll build on this positive progress, and ensure that our system continues to transform and learn. To bed in change, you’ll need to lead and influence Members, partners, communities, and the workforce. You will be an advocate for the children and families that engage with our service and ensure that their experience wherever possible is positive.. This role is about building strong relationships while sharing an inspired strategic vision. One that puts the child and their family front and centre, today, tomorrow, and on, into the future.

 

Part of the Families and Communities Wider Leadership Team, you’ll lead, challenge and shape a range of functions including Early Help, Child in Need, Safeguarding, Child Protection, Children in our Care Disability, SEND and our new service offer ‘Futures Matters’ along with Youth Offending, (both in-house and commissioned). You will manage resources carefully, making the most of budgets and a dedicated workforce. The key is to understand the challenges of social work delivery at an in-depth level, which is why you need to be a qualified social worker.

 

As part of the wider Staffordshire County Council leadership team you will be expected to help shape and deliver wider Corporate objectives- which will be an opportunity to enhance your skills and gain wider experience of the Local Authority

 

Experienced and practical, you’ll have a management qualification and the drive to make improvement happen. You’ll know how to deliver it because you’ve already been involved in large-scale transformation. Now, you’re ready to deploy your expertise in a key leadership role. Fresh ideas are welcome. We’re not afraid to be bold.

 

For those with potential and people skills, there’s support on tap.

 

Help us make young lives better. With purpose. With pride.

 

For further information and to apply please visit: https://www.betterfuturesstartnow.co.uk

 

For a confidential discussion about this role, please call Helen Alwell on 07809 905 467 or email: helen.alwell@penna.com or email: Aaron Thomas on aaron.thomas@penna.com

 

 

Closing Date: 9:00am Monday 16th August 2021

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Head of SEND: Staffordshire County Council

£72,614 - £78,059 (plus £4,395 lease car / cash alternative)

Location – Staffordshire (flexible working policy)

 

Children with special educational needs in Staffordshire must have the best from us. We know that we need to strengthen, develop and deliver services to meet the needs of children and young people with SEND and their parents/carers. Our success depends on everyone working together. That starts now – with you, as Head of SEND, leading our partnership between children and their parents and carers, the local authority, clinical commissioning groups and education providers. A capable professional, you’ll understand that excellence is non-negotiable, despite the challenges we face. Join us – and imagine how many young lives you could change.  

 

While we’re determined to create the best possible SEND services, we know it’s a big ask. In a county as big as ours, we face diverse challenges: pockets of rural isolation and urban deprivation, plus a growing need for support at a time when budgets are tight. With your drive, resilience and expertise, you’ll overcome such issues to deliver high quality services for children and young people aged 0 to 25. They include Education Psychology, Hearing Impairment, Visual Impairment, Autism Outreach and ASSIST.

 

Leading service planning, delivery and improvement, you’ll be a strategic leader, building positive relationships with partners to deliver creative and flexible education via a smart delivery plan. It’s a case of managing budgets and resources, in collaboration with a wide range of education providers and partners. Thanks to our strengthening links with schools and colleges, you’ll have the partnerships you need to enhance the quality, effectiveness and responsiveness of SEND services. Brighter futures will be your goal as you draw together young people, parents/carers health partners and schools to challenge, shape and influence the delivery of SEND services – and you’ll know how to make them happen.

Within the Local Authority you will a key advocate for children, young people and their families ensuring that their voice is heard, and their needs recognized.

 

Degree-qualified (or equivalent), you’ll be a proven SEND professional with a management qualification. However, credentials are just the start: you must also understand what parents need from us. With this insight, you’ll apply your drive and innovation, seeking out best practice and exploring fresh ideas. Influential and collaborative, you’ll win the support of Members, partners and your team.

 

We’ve got big ambitions, but so have you. Create positive outcomes for young people. With pride. With purpose.

 

 

For further information and to apply please visit: https://www.betterfuturesstartnow.co.uk

 

For a confidential discussion about this role, please call Helen Alwell on 07809 905 467 or email: helen.alwell@penna.com or email: Aaron Thomas on aaron.thomas@penna.com

 

 

Closing Date: 9:00am Monday 16th August 2021

 

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Public Health Consultant Berkshire West

Salary: Up to £81,385 plus potential market supplement

 

This is an opportunity to shape public health improvement across three ambitious local authority areas and the Berkshire West local integrated partnership by supporting the Director of Public Health for Berkshire West.

 

You will have an opportunity to shape health inequalities plans, health care public health priorities, and develop strategic public health programmes.

 

You will be the lead across Berkshire for workforce development with the opportunity to improve standards, influence sector led improvement, strengthen public health practice and enable opportunities for CPD.

 

There are public health consultant led teams in each of the unitary authorities who will help shape the priorities for the Berkshire West Public Health Team. You will be joining Reading Borough Council, a Berkshire West team and a wider system of public health improvement.

 

If you have the ambition to develop your career in an exciting and innovative environment, then we would love to hear from you. You must be a registered GMC, GDC or UK PHR public health specialist with significant experience in all areas of public health practice.

 

For more information please call our advising consultants at Penna: Nick Raper on 07715 690463.

 

Closing date: Friday 30th July

 

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Reading Borough Council: Consultant in Public Health (Service Lead)

 

Salary: Up to £81,385 plus potential market supplement

 

Reading is a place where your talent and expertise can make a real difference. You’ll be part of a team that shares a clarity of purpose and consistency of focus, operating in a vibrant and growing Berkshire borough. Reading has the fastest economic growth outside London, a respected university, and is ranked in the UK’s top areas for wellbeing. Through our Team Reading values we want to ensure that our growing and diverse population all share in that success.

 

As Service Lead for Public Health in Reading you will lead on improving the health and wellbeing of residents in line with the Council’s vision, goals and objectives, helping us to meet the challenges associated with the Covid 19 pandemic, whilst delivering our vision for a healthy Reading, reducing inequalities in health outcomes, preventing avoidable ill-health and protecting local communities from public health hazards.

 

You will also be working as a key part of the innovative Berkshire West Public Health arrangement, a unique opportunity to work with colleagues in neighbouring authorities across Berkshire West, whilst providing local public health leadership in Reading.

 

This is a broad, exciting and innovative role that will offer an ambitious Public Health professional the opportunity to make a real impact, whilst progressing your career to the next level. We are looking for a system leader, with proven experience of partnership working, the achievement of public health outcomes and the successful pursuit of innovative change.

 

If you have the ambition to develop your career in an exciting and innovative environment, then we would love to hear from you. You must be a registered GMC, GDC or UK PHR public health specialist with significant experience in all areas of public health practice.

 

For more information please call our advising consultants at Penna: Nick Raper on 07715 690463.

 

Closing date: Friday 30th July

 

AAC/Final Panel: W/C 15th August

 

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Assistant Director of Public Health

Salary: Up to £91,000

 

Here at Bracknell Forest we are committed to putting our customers at the heart of everything that we do. We are transformational and progressive in our approach and now have a great opportunity to join our leadership team and help us to deliver our ambitions.

 

We are a small but ambitious public health focussed organisation, and as our new Assistant Director of Public Health you will lead the delivery of the Bracknell Forest Council Public Health functions and duties, continuing to embed public health practice throughout the organisation and working closely with partners and residents to improve the health and wellbeing of the local population and reduce inequalities. As a key member of the senior leadership teams in the Council, you will help to drive forward this vision.

 

As part of the innovative East Berkshire Public Health arrangement this exciting post also represents a unique opportunity to work with colleagues from across East Berkshire, whilst providing local public health leadership in Bracknell Forest. This is a role where you will be able to progress your leadership career in a progressive organisation within a vibrant and successful community.

 

This exciting role offers an ambitious Public Health professional the opportunity to make a real difference and we are looking for a visionary and motivational leader, with a proven track record of success as a Public Health Consultant and extensive experience of partnership working.

 

If you have the ambition and expertise to develop your career in an ambitious and exciting environment, then we would love to hear from you. You must be a registered GMC, GDC or UK PHR public health specialist with significant experience in all areas of public health practice.

 

For more information and to apply please visit http://execroles.penna.com or call our advising consultants at Penna: Nick Raper on 07715 690463 or Andy Barton 07922 386 432.

 

Closing date: Tuesday 31st August 2021

 

AAC/Final Panel: TBC

 

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