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Spatial Planning for Health Specialist

Employer
Southampton City Council
Location
United Kingdom -- England -- South East England -- Hampshire Southampton
Salary
£34728 - 38890 per year +
Closing date
27 Feb 2022

Job Details

Spatial Planning for Health Specialist

Salary £34728 - 38890 per year +

This is Fixed Term Position - Fixed Term for 2 years

Are you interested in working in local government to influence planning as a wider determinant of health?

Our vision is to promote a future where everyone in Southampton is able to live, work and play in an environment that promotes health and wellbeing, sustains the development of supportive and active communities, and helps reduce health inequalities.

In this role you will provide specialist support and technical advice to Southampton City Council on spatial planning for health issues, including leading on the health and wellbeing input to the new Southampton City Vision Local Plan to ensure it promotes effective planning and design for healthier places. You will provide leadership and advocacy on spatial planning for health, build strong partnerships within and outside the Council to the benefit of public health outcomes, and utilise research evidence to inform the Strategic Planning team on how best to develop and influence policy. Working with the Public Health Team to address the wider determinants of health, you will promote the reduction of health inequalities and meet the diverse needs and aspirations of communities across the life-course.

We are looking for an experienced Planner, Public Health Specialist or equivalent professional who can operate at a senior level and build credibility, whilst also influencing, identifying and realising opportunities to mainstream health throughout the planning functions appropriate for the Council.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Planning and Economic Development Service, working with the Planning and Public Health teams, at the heart of our efforts to address the wider determinants of health by improving the quality of, and access to, the built and natural environment

Click here if you’d like to find out more about the Spatial Planning for Health Specialist role (link to job description and further information below).

For further information or an informal discussion about the post, please contact Amber Trueman, Strategic Planning Manager, at Amber.Trueman@southampton.gov.uk or Becky Wilkinson, (Acting) Consultant in Public Health at Becky.Wilkinson@southampton.gov.uk.

Additional information:

Please note: Internal Staff must seek permission from their  manager /Service Lead BEFORE applying for any secondment opportunity. Please refer to the Secondment Policy for more information. 

This is Fixed Term Position

Fixed Term for 2 years

The supporting statement section of the application form must be completed, unless there are specific criteria questions for you to evidence against. Applications are shortlisted against the essential and desirable criteria found within the job description for the post. Please refer to the job description when completing your application form and evidence how you meet the required criteria/questions. A CV on its own will not be considered.

Unfortunately we are not able to accept applications that are made through a third party agency. We cannot guarantee that any correspondence sent from third party agencies will be responded to. To ensure your application is received please apply online at www.careers.southampton.gov.uk

To apply for the position please select the 'Apply for this job' button at the bottom of the page.

We are proud to be #DisabilityConfident and support fair recruitment practices. Find out how you can get involved at gov.uk/disability-confident

 

 

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