Job Reference: 919-SA-24606469-EXT
- Public Health England
- Health Improvement
- Wellington House, London
- £58,622 - £61,976 per annum (pro rata)
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Job title: Senior Programme Manager
Employer: Public Health England
Department: Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco and Justice division
Locations: Wellington House, London
Salary: £58,622 - £61,976
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Job Type Fixed term, maternity cover
Job Purpose / Summary
The post holder will provide high quality public health support to policy development and delivery at a national and local level from within the alcohol, drugs and tobacco division. The post holder will take forward a number of key work areas relating to the tobacco control agenda and will be expected to forge strong relationships with external stakeholders and across government. The senior programme manager will work on a range of priority project areas that are central to the delivery of PHE’s work, with regular opportunities to develop important national projects for which they will have day to day responsibility for running and delivering.
Experience of any aspect of the tobacco control agenda from policy to delivery will be useful. Candidates with transferable skills and experience of influencing complex agendas in a related field – drugs, alcohol, mental health, criminal justice, housing or employment, for example – would also be welcome to apply. The postholders will be responsible for managing a small number of staff, as required, including programme managers and support staff.
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Open to all external applicants (anyone) from outside the Civil Service (including by definition internal applicants).
For further details / informal visits contact:
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Martin Dockrell, Tobacco Control Lead, email@example.com
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