Head of Programme Delivery & Service Improvement (PDSI) Section
Department: Blood Safety, Hepatitis, Sexually Transmitted Infections & HIV Division, National Infection Service
Head of Programme Delivery and Service Improvement (PDSI) Section
Salary: Medical and dental consultant or NHS Agenda for Change Band 8d
Hours: Full time, Permanent, 10 Programmed Activities per week / 37.5 Hours (applicants for part-time, job share or flexible working will be considered)
The Blood Safety, Hepatitis, Sexually Transmitted Infections & HIV Division, part of the National Infection Service based at Colindale, comprises a team of experienced specialists at the forefront nationally and internationally of surveillance, prevention and control of viral hepatitis, STIs and HIV. We are seeking to appoint to a challenging and rewarding role providing leadership for the Programme Delivery and Service Improvement (PDSI) Section.
The PDSI Section facilitates and monitors major public health programmes and interventions, offering support to all layers of the system (national to local) and working across all three domains of public health practice. The role will involve managing the Section and providing leadership to facilitate data-driven and evidence-based approaches for delivering programmes and interventions for STIs and BBVs and supporting quality improvement.
This role requires effective and close working relationships with colleagues in health protection and health improvement, the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and others in local and national public health partnerships including local authority departments, the NHS and relevant professional groups.
Applicants are strongly advised to use the criteria in the person specification (available online) as sub-headings in their application to make it clear how they meet each of the selection criteria. Please also see job description for competencies.
For further information prospective candidates are invited to contact Professor Gwenda Hughes (Gwenda.Hughes@phe.gov.uk), Deputy Director.
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Closing date: 15 November 2020
Interview date: 11 December 2020
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