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Programme Manager Analyst G7

Posted: 29 Sep 2020 Closes: 29 Oct 2020
Wellington House, London, United Kingdom £51,675 - £61,976 per annum (pro rata)
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Programme Manager Analyst G7

Job Reference: 919-SH-34956605-EXT

Employer: Department: Health Intelligence Location: Wellington House, London Salary: £51,675 - £61,976 per annum (pro rata)

Public Health England (PHE) is an executive agency of the Department of Health and Social Care providing; strategic leadership, research, advice and support for Government, local authorities and the NHS in protecting and improving the nation's health

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Job title: [Analyst Programme Manager - Rough Sleeping Programme]

Employer: Public Health England

Department: [Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco and Justice division]

Locations: [Wellington House, London]

Salary: G7 (Inner)

Hours: [37.5 hours per week]

Job Type [Fixed term, 2 years]

Job Purpose / Summary....................

This is a fixed term, 2 year post, to support the national rough sleeping programme. People who sleep rough experience some of the most severe health inequalities, and drug and alcohol dependence can be both a cause and a consequence of rough sleeping, with a significant proportion of the population estimated to have drug and alcohol issues. This programme is being developed to improve drug and alcohol treatment services across the country specifically for people who sleep rough, or who are at risk of sleeping rough. The programme will be rolled out nationally up to 2023-24 and expected to contribute towards the government's ambition to end rough sleeping by 2024.

The post holder will be responsible for providing high quality specialist and technical advice and support to PHE colleagues, the Department of Health and Social Care, the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government and other relevant departments, local authorities, and the NHS. This support will be based on evidence and cost effectiveness and will be aligned with PHE national priorities.

The post holder will be a key member in a new team; working with other analysts in the division, they will be responsible for setting up and overseeing the data collection processes for the national programme, providing support to local areas where required, leading on all internal and cross government reporting requirements and providing senior analyst input to the external evaluation of programme funded local projects. The postholder will also support other improvement programmes within the division, as required.

Option 3 - External

Open to all external applicants (anyone) from outside the Civil Service (including by definition internal applicants).

On 18 August 2020, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care announced plans to establish the National Institute for Health Protection and consult on the best future options for strengthening health improvement and other public health functions in the wider system. Public Health England and many of its employees will be in scope for transition to new organisations in Spring 2021. Any new or current employees working for Public Health England during this time, will receive appropriate communications and consultation prior to any formal transfer taking place. Employees who compulsorily transfer to successor bodies will remain on their existing contractual terms and conditions and this applies both to current employees and those recruited during the transition. The recruitment, growth & development of our workforce is vital for the continuing success of PHE and the future National Institute for Health Protection.

For further information or an informal discussion about the post, please contact Jez Stannard,

For further details / informal visits contact:

Name Jez Stannard Email address

The Civil Service (CS) embraces diversity and promotes equality of opportunity. We recruit by merit on the basis of fair and open competition, as outlined in the CS Commission's recruitment principles (attached as a supporting document). PHE is a disability confident employer and is committed to inclusion and diversity. We welcome applications from people with a disability or long term health condition.

The law requires that selection for appointment to the CS is on merit on the basis of fair and open competition as outlined in the CS Commission's Recruitment Principles.

If you feel your application has not been treated in accordance with the Recruitment Principles, and you wish to make a complaint, you should contact PHE recruitment team in the first instance. If you are not satisfied with the response you receive from PHE, you can contact the CS Commission.

If we receive applications from more suitable candidates than we have vacancies for at this time, we may hold suitable applicants on a reserve list for 12 months, and future vacancies could be offered to candidates on the reserve list without a new competition.

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Interview expenses will not be reimbursed.

For more information please go to the PHE website.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

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