Interim Senior Public Health Principal
- Job Reference: 00023492-1
- Date Posted: 16 October 2020
- Recruiter: CV-Library
- Location: United Kingdom
- Salary: £400 to £500 Per Day
- Sector: Government & Defence, Healthcare & Medical, HSE, Covid-19
- Job Type: Contract
Panoramic Associates are working with a local authority to support them in the recruitment for an Interim Senior Public Health Principal for a remote 6-month contract role.
The role is to Work as a senior member of the councils Public Health team with responsibility for interpreting the latest national and local public health COVID-19 guidance, deputising for the Head of Public Health Programmes as required.
* Provide expert support and advice on COVID-19 to all educational settings as part of the County's Local Outbreak Plans.
* Be an active member of the Education Cell which reports into the Multi Agency Operational Cell (MAOG) and the COVID-19 Health Protection Board
* Working alongside settings to interpret the public health guidance for the system of controls for COVID-19.
* Develop standard public health procedures for the Education Cell in response to COVID-19 in settings in collaboration with education colleagues in the Council.
* Be part of a multi-professional team of COVID-19 advisors for all education settings
* Escalating any issues/pressures for resolution with the Head of Public Health Programmes.
* Provide information about COVID-19 in settings to the Department of Education (DfE) as required.
* Responding to adhoc queries (telephone, email, virtual meetings) from settings or other system partners.
* Support the response from Public Health England Health Protection Team as required for COVID-19 management.
* Working as part of the Education Cell for COVID-19 prevention or positive cases and agreeing appropriate responses.
* Produce and present written reports for a wide range of audiences as required.
* Offer guidance to the wider Council on measures relating to COVID-19 in settings.
If you would like to apply for this role please send a CV to Maisie Hockings