Please Note: The Closing Date for this post has been extended to Sunday 26th June 2022
Director, Glasgow Centre for Population Health
Agenda for Change Band 8D
Salary range £88,385 to £92,424 per annum (pro rata for part time)
Full Time Permanent
Relocation Package where appropriate
Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH) is a research and development centre of national and international repute. The Centre is funded directly by the Scottish Government and overseen by a Management Board consisting of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, University of Glasgow and Glasgow City Council.
The role offers a high profile and rewarding career opportunity with the chance to help shape the strategic vision and influence of national and local public health policy and practice. This is achieved through building understanding, generating evidence and yielding fresh thinking and insights into how to improve population health and tackle inequality in Glasgow and beyond.
Through inspirational leadership and a culture of continuous improvement, you will guide the Centre and its team of 26 staff to deliver first-class scientific research and policy analysis on population health, commissioning, co-ordinating and implementing a range of research programmes to support the strategic aims of partner agencies and delivery of the objectives set out in the GCPH Workplan.
As much of the work is influenced by the national Public Health Agenda this post requires someone with a high level of political awareness and the personal credibility to quickly gain respect and influence both internal and external stakeholders. A key responsibility will be to extend the network of involvement in the Centre, both nationally and internationally, building the Centre’s profile and reputation so that its reach and influence continues to grow.
Reporting to the Board’s Director of Public Health, and as a member of the Public Health Directorate’s Senior Management Team, you will also contribute to the delivery of the wider NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s business objectives.
We are looking for an exceptional candidate
We are looking for an accomplished manager with proven experience and an impressive track record in public health research, a recognised leader in health, or a related field, operating at or close to Board level and with evidence of successful partnership influence.
You will have public health consultant/specialist-level knowledge and skills gained through a combination of practical experience and academic qualifications to post graduate level.
You will also have the experience of developing communication strategies, plans and campaigns, and engaging with a wide range of stakeholder groups, to publicise research findings and promote improved public health.
For more information about the role please refer to the Job Description and Person Specification contained in the Candidate Information Pack along with the additional information pack entitled ‘Introducing the Glasgow Centre for Population Health’. Both documents are available at the bottom of this page.
We look forward to receiving your application.
If you want to find out more about this role before applying, for a confidential discussion, please contact:
Susan Manion, Associate Director of Delivery and Child Health Commissioner, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Telephone 07979704174 or E-mail at Susan.Manion@ggc.scot.nhs.uk
Closing Date For Applications: 23:59 unday 26th June 2022
Interviews scheduled: End July 2022
Find out more about Glasgow Centre for Population Health at : www.gcph.co.uk
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde encourages applications from all sections of the community. We promote a culture of inclusion across the organisation and are proud of the diverse workforce we have. Applications are welcome from UK, EEA and non-EEA candidates.
By signing the Armed Forces Covenant, NHSGGC has pledged its commitment to being a Forces Friendly Employer. We support applications from across the Armed Forces Community, recognising military skills, experience and qualifications during the recruitment and selection process.
Regardless of nationality the recruitment process for all candidates includes a Right to Work in the UK check.
EU Settlement Scheme: As part of the recruitment process, you will be required to produce proof of your EU Settlement status from 1st July 2021 to demonstrate your Right to Work in the United Kingdom. Further information: https://www.gov.uk/settled-status-eu-citizens-families.