Are you looking for a new challenge and next step in your public health career? This is an exciting opportunity to lead and develop a newly expanded Public Health Intelligence function within the Harrow Public Health team. We are currently recruiting to three new roles within the Public Health Intelligence team that will comprise of this role (Principal Public Health Analyst), a Public Health Analyst, and a Public Health Analyst Apprentice. This will significantly increase the analytical capacity in the team, enabling public health to better support partners to ensure that decision making across the Partnership is routinely informed by evidence that is tailored to the local context.
This role will bring with it the responsibility and opportunity to shape the Public Health Intelligence function in collaboration with a Public Health Consultant, Director of Public Health and other key partners, to meet the needs of the Council, the Harrow Borough Partnership and other community organisations. The post holder will be a senior member of the public health team and contribute to leadership of the team. This role will also include opportunities to work collaboratively across the North West London Integrated Care System.
The post holder will work with members of the Public Health Intelligence team, other members of the division and across the partnership, leading on research, data analysis and data interpretation, as well as embedding population health management approaches into business as usual. You will make effective use of available health and care data to understand the needs of the Harrow residents to influence plans and strategies to:
- Tackle health inequalities
- Support the development of the Borough Based Partnership
- Improve outcomes and reduce variation across the Harrow population.
The post holder will be responsible for leading the development, production and promotion of a range of information and analytical services to support understanding the needs of the population. You will have highly specialist public health analytical skills, extensive knowledge of health inequalities and population health management approaches, and the ability to assess the evidence base. A high level of intellectual rigour, negotiation skills and flexibility will be required to deal with highly complex data to understand and contextualise health inequalities and poor outcomes and to make recommendations on how these can be improved.
The post holder will be responsible for line managing two analysts within the team, including their day to day staff management and career development.
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Harrow Council is the 12th largest London borough and one of the most culturally diverse local authorities in the UK, making it a great place to live, work and visit with a range of cultures, religions and opinions that come together to produce high achieving schools and a close and friendly community. Located 10 miles from the city centre and just 13 minutes to Euston from Harrow & Wealdstone station there are great transport links via the Metropolitan Line, Watford DC Line and national rail service. It is easily accessible to the M1, M25 and A406.
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