Graduate – Trainee Public Health Practitioner
graduate scheme
Expires11 days

Graduate – Trainee Public Health Practitioner

Job description

This is an exciting time to join Worcestershire County Council. We have big ambitions and we are looking for our future leaders to help us to achieve them. Our aim is to create a World Class Worcestershire and if you have the talent, skills, knowledge and drive, to help make this happen, then this is where you come in…

Joining our graduate scheme will give you the opportunity to put everything you have learned into action. We will support you to gain the experience of applying your education and knowledge whilst developing your leadership skills in ways which will have meaningful results for you, Worcestershire, its businesses, communities and residents

Public health spans departments and organisations at County, District, NHS and partner-organisation level, providing a fantastic potential placement for a graduate to develop their professional interests and skill base, whilst contributing directly to the aims and objectives of public health.

The successful graduate will become a key member of the Public Health team, being directly involved with essential public health work.

You will help to build and broaden capacity of the Public Health Team, and will i bring new ideas to add value to public health thinking and practice.

Public health is an established training department for junior doctors and registrars and has an excellent track record.

What we are looking for

Accepted degree subjects

Any

How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 29/06/2018

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Closing date: Continuous recruitment

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Additional job details

LocationWorcester
Additional location informationBase: County Hall, Worcester
Salary

£22,575

Salary rising to £24,086 subject to development and performance

ContractFixed term
Working hoursFull-time

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