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Posted Wed 28 September 2022, 2:41 PM

Ref: OR/081237

Job Title
Public Health Analyst
Public Health
Available on Application
Contract Type
North West

Full Description

Our client based in the North West of England is looking to appoint a Public Health Analyst for Children's Services, to support the Public Health team in order to improve health and wellbeing across the area by delivering the public health intelligence function.

You will play a pivotal role in the development of the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment, (JSNA) delivering core public health intelligence including key causes of mortality and morbidity, public health analyses and briefings around national and local issues. Working
robustly and innovatively, they will undertake focussed pieces of in-depth analysis, develop toolkits and dashboards, and apply national data resources to our local population.

Key duties will include but not be limited to:

1. To manage projects, development and design of health and social care related data sets undertaking research under the guidance of the Public Health Consultant.

2. To support the work of the Public Health team including the maintenance of the JSNA, briefings to the Director of Public Health and responding to adhoc requests for intelligence.

3. To use best practice to enhance existing datasets and develop new sets to support the changing information needs of customers, reporting as required.

4. To undertake research and collate relevant local, regional and national information, undertaking benchmarking, identifying best practise and analysis to support performance improvement planning activity.

5. To work closely with the partnership and strategic development function in order to provide public health research and intelligence information to support the development of policies and the partnership function.

The ideal candidate will already have a background in Public Health intelligence and analytics and will have experience of working with a range of statistical analysis tools, such as SPSS or Stata, to produce high quality outputs, including the application of new and innovative methodologies and techniques to resolve complex analytical problems.

This assignment is set for an initial period of 3 months with a likely extension thereafter and the pay rate will be £400-£550/day umbrella

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