Programme Manager Mental Wellbeing & Suicide Prevention
|Salary:||£41,675 to £44,632|
|Location:||1 Riverside Park (collab services)|
36 hours per week
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Champs Public Health Collaborative
Programme Manager Mental Wellbeing and Suicide Prevention
Spinal Column Point 39 £41,0675 to £44,632
Fixed Term Contract 36-month secondment opportunity
The Champs Public Health Collaborative is looking for an experienced Mental Health Programme Manager who is proactive, innovative, and ambitious for a fixed term period of 36-months to work across Cheshire and Merseyside on an innovative programme of work.
On behalf of the Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership, the post holder will support delivery of the Suicide Prevention Transformation programme to reduce suicide rates/self harm across Cheshire and Merseyside. The post holder will work with Local Authority Public Health teams, NHS Trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups, users' groups, and other internal and external partners.
They will utilise recognised project and programme management methodologies to ensure projects are delivered effectively, within agreed timescales, and in accordance with directorate and corporate policies and procedures. A degree of specialist knowledge underpinned by theory and experience of mental wellbeing is required for this role.
The post holder will manage multiple and changing demands to and must be able to meet tight deadlines. A high level of intellectual rigour, political awareness, negotiation, motivation skills and flexibility are required.
This 36-month fixed term post is externally funded by NHS England and will be part of the Champs support team. The Champs support team leads, facilitates, and enables the delivery of a range of key programmes of work on behalf of the Cheshire and Merseyside Directors of Public Health (Champs is hosted by Wirral Council).
Anticipated Interview Date Early October 2020
For an informal discussion, please contact
Pat Nicholl - PATNICHOLL@WIRRAL.GOV.UK for an informal discussion - Programme information
Lucia Scally - LUCIASCALLY@WIRRAL.GOV.UK Recruiting Manager - recruitment process arrangements
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|Contact Name:||Lucia Scally|