Job Advert - Health and Wellbeing Programme Manager

21 March 2022

In the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), we are proud of our purpose – to enable everyone to live more independent, healthier lives for longer. To achieve this, and create a great place to work, we have four values: we are inclusive, we constantly improve, we challenge and we are agile. If this sounds like an environment you’d like to work in, we’d love to hear from you.

The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) officially launched on 1 October 2021 with the aim of tackling health inequalities across the country. As part of DHSC, OHID brings together expert advice, analysis and evidence with policy development and implementation working with the whole of government, the NHS, local government, industry and wider partners to shape and drive health improvement and equalities priorities for government

OHID Regional teams have a key role in developing and maintaining relationships with local authorities, the NHS and providers of public health services from the public, third and independent sector, to support and influence the delivery of improved outcomes for the public’s health. OHID Regions provide a single point of access to the full range of OHID’s specialist skills and knowledge, providing a flexible approach to service and support provision, within a nationally consistent framework.

This Health & Wellbeing Programme Manager role is based in the Health, Wellbeing and Workforce Team in OHID North East and Yorkshire regional office. The role will specifically work in the North East, supporting the delivery of national and regional priorities for prevention and health inequalities, ensuring a joined-up approach to public health, building strong interfaces with different teams and areas of public health, across the regional system.

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