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This advert is for 2 roles: 1PA/4 hours per week and 2PAs/8 hours per week.
The Postgraduate School of Public Health is seeking 2 Training Programmes Directors to work and support the Head of School in leading the delivery of a wide range of functions aligned to the Health Education England Mandate and to develop multi professional working.
The Training Programme Director is professionally and managerially accountable to the Head of School. The Training Programme Director will focus upon improvement of learner supervision, assessment and experience, engagement of faculty and ensuring effective educational outcomes, both now and in the future. The role is evolving and will also focus on whole workforce transformation and developing multi-professional links.
To support the Postgraduate Dean, Training Programme Directors will work across the spectrum of health and where relevant, social care, Universities and the civil service (e.g. Public Health England) within the context of a team, so that the provision of education reflects changing service models. This will deliver an integrated workforce comprising individuals from a spectrum of professional and other backgrounds.
The ideal candidate will have a postgraduate qualification in a public health related subject.
Interview date: Wednesday 18th September 2019
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