An exciting opportunity has arisen for the role of Together an Active Future (TaAF) Insight Manager until October 31st 2021. The post will be based in the Public Health team at Blackburn with Darwen Council and will be integral to the development of Pennine Lancashire’s Local Delivery Pilot in partnership with Sport England.
Pennine Lancashire has been driving change through its transformation of health and social care to improve the health, wealth and wellbeing for people who live and work in the towns and villages across the six local authority areas. Sport England’s Local Delivery Pilot fits within this wider work and is an excellent opportunity to build on and accelerate the local priority to increase levels of physical activity and improve mental wellbeing. The programme has a strong commitment to develop effective insight, evaluation and community engagement and for local people to be part of the development, design and delivery processes.
You will be educated to Masters level or with an equivalent professional qualification, with significant practical experience Public Health data science/data visualisation and evaluation management and delivery in the public sector. You will take a key role in managing, designing and providing the range of wellbeing, physical activity and community insight to inform programme development, and effective resource targeting. You will be able to provide specialist technical advice on spatial data analysis, statistics and statistical techniques, and carry out data visualisation and interpretation of data about health, wellbeing and physical activity. You will also be able to manage, design and deliver research and evaluation programmes using quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods. You will be a key member of the Public Health and TaAF teams, driving insight strategy for Together an Active Future, strategic commissioners, Pennine Lancashire Councils and partners.
Initially based in Public Health Intelligence, you will be part of supportive and motivated teams within Blackburn with Darwen, across Pennine Lancashire and with Sport England; you will have a desire to do things differently, drive system change and improve the health and wellbeing of people in Pennine Lancashire.
If you have the skills and drive for this exciting new role then we’d really like to hear from you.
For further information about this post, please contact Kenneth Barnsley on 07966 347575 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 17h February 2020. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 26th February 2020.