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 The College of Podiatry
Secondment for Public Health Project Lead

 

Period: 2 years fixed-term, 22.5 hours per month
Salary: Band 7 or equivalent back filled
Responsible to: Clinical Director of the College of Podiatry
Reports to: Committee of the Directorate of Podiatric Medicine   

    

A secondment opportunity has arisen for the post of Public Health Project Lead at the College of Podiatry. The College of Podiatry is a registered charity which exists primarily to improve the foot health of the UK through the ongoing enhancement of the education and practice of podiatry. The College is currently organised into five Directorates and its membership of over 10,000 includes consultant-grade practitioners, senior academics, researchers, academic staff, chartered scientists, podiatrists, and students.

The post-holder will work with the Directorate of Clinical Leadership & Education and the Directorate of External Affairs to ensure public health is embedded as a core part of podiatric practice, establish public health messages and provide members with the tools to address behaviours which affect health.

This role requires a qualified healthcare professional with experience of implementing public health initiatives and would suit someone with experience of quality processes such as course accreditation or clinical audit.  

You will work with colleagues to develop a strategic approach to public health and its role in podiatry, influence the national agenda, support the development of CPD in this area, and promote the need and relevance of public health to members’ everyday practise.

Project Role

To lead on; developing a progressive and sustainable public health strategy for the College of Podiatry, developing sustainable partnerships with key stakeholders, focusing on, healthy messaging and motivational interviewing.

The full job description can be viewed here

For an informal discussion please contact Clinical Director Dr Paul Chadwick via paul.chadwick@cop.org.uk

Please send your CV and supporting statemen outlining your suitability to Lisa Thomas on hr@cop.org.uk

Applications should be emailed to Lisa Thomas and received no later than noon on 25 July 2019.
Interviews will be held on in Quartz House, London on 1 August.

     

    

The College of Podiatry    

Secondment for Musculoskeletal Project Lead

Period: 2 years fixed-term, 22.5 hours per month
Salary: Band 7 or equivalent back filled
Responsible to: Clinical Director of the College of Podiatry
Reports to: Committee of the Directorate of Podiatric Medicine


A secondment opportunity has arisen for the post of Musculoskeletal Project Lead at the College of Podiatry. The College of Podiatry is a registered charity which exists primarily to improve the foot health of the UK through the ongoing enhancement of the education and practice of podiatry. The College is currently organised into five Directorates and its membership of over 10,000 includes consultant-grade practitioners, senior academics, researchers, academic staff, chartered scientists, podiatrists, and students.

The post-holder will work with the Directorate of Clinical Leadership & Education and the Directorate of External Affairs to ensure musculoskeletal health messaging is embedded as a core part of podiatric practice, establish key messaging and provide members with the tools to enable them to practise effectively.

This role requires a qualified healthcare professional with experience of successful project implementation and would suit someone with experience of quality processes such as course accreditation or clinical audit.  

You will work with colleagues to develop a strategic approach to musculoskeletal health and its role in podiatry; influence the national agenda effectively, support the development of CPD in this area, promote best practise of musculoskeletal health to members.

Project Role

To lead on; develop and implement a progressive and sustainable musculoskeletal health strategy for the College of Podiatry, developing sustainable partnerships with key stakeholders.

The full job description can be viewed here 

For an informal discussion please contact Clinical Director Dr Paul Chadwick via paul.chadwick@cop.org.uk

Please send your CV and supporting statemen outlining your suitability to Lisa Thomas on hr@cop.org.uk

Applications should be emailed to Lisa Thomas and received no later than noon on 25 July 2019.
Interviews will be held on in Quartz House, London on 1 August.