Knowledge and Information Analyst - Public Health, Part time 28 hours/wk

Location
Islington, London (Greater)
Salary
£39,855 - £45,438 p.a. pro rata
Posted
03 Aug 2017
Closes
16 Aug 2017

Knowledge and Information Analyst - Public Health, Part time 28 hours/wk

Main area: Public Health

Grade: P04/P05 £39,855 - £45,438 p.a. pro rata

Contract: Fixed Term - 11 Months

Hours: Part time 28 hours per week

Job ref: L14/PH/4731/SB

Site: 222 Upper Street, N1 1XR and Camden Council, 5 Pancras Square, N1C 4AG

Public Health in Camden and Islington have come together to create a unique public health service that forms a key part of both Councils, and is leading the way in improving the health and wellbeing of both boroughs’ populations and reducing health inequalities. 

We are looking for a dynamic and innovative Knowledge and Information Analyst to join our successful public health team. Within this role you will work with a range of partner organisations, communities and residents to develop the evidence base of qualitative information on health and wellbeing in Camden and Islington. The role will have a specific focus on gathering, analysing, interpreting and presenting qualitative health information, contributing to a wide spectrum of public health needs assessments and strategies. 

As PH Knowledge and Information Analyst you will support two Knowledge and Information Officers as well as being responsible for the project management of larger qualitative projects including managing partnerships with internal and external stakeholders.

You will bring a range of public health competencies to the department. You should be able to demonstrate: a suitable postgraduate qualification in public health or equivalent; strong track record in developing, delivering and evaluating robust qualitative research; have a good insight into engaging marginalised and socially excluded groups; strong communication, negotiating and project management skills; and good understanding of the public health statutory responsibilities of the local authority in relation to health improvement and reducing health inequalities. More information about the role and the requirements can be found in the job description.

Please note: the postholder will be employed by London Borough of Islington. However, they will be expected to work across both Camden (nearest station Kings Cross/St Pancras) and Islington (nearest station Highbury & Islington).
 

Closing date: Wednesday 16th August 2017 at 23:59

Interviews: Week commencing 28th August 2017