*Closing date – The organisation is looking to start the recruitment process ASAP, so get in contact quickly*
In this public health role, you will be responsible for delivering weight management programmes for different age groups in the community, integrating a holistic health and wellbeing approach and ensuring quality. As well as delivering group education sessions yourself, you will have some line management responsibilities – co-ordinating a small team providing project support and making sure sessions are staffed. You will work with multidisciplinary public health teams to provide a whole systems approach. You will build relationships with organisations and stakeholders and other partners to help improve health inequalities in the area.
Why It’s Great
This is a fantastic opportunity for a motivated self-starter ready to take the next step in their career. In this role you will use your skills to really help people within the community and enable long-term positive behaviour change. You will gain or build management experience and enhance your knowledge and applied experience within public health. You will need to be a ‘people person’ for this role with strong communication skills. You will keep up to date with public health guidelines and campaigns and will contribute to engaging digital content, such as blogs and cooking videos. All with the flexibility that comes from a hybrid role.
Must Have Skills and Experience
BSc in Nutrition or Dietetics
Registered Nutritionist (RNutr), Associate Registered Nutritionist (ANutr) or Registration in Dietetics is highly desirable
2+ years professional experience working in the community or in a public health role
Experience of delivering community programmes, for example group sessions
Weight management experience is desirable but not essential
Excellent people skills and communication skills
Strong organisational skills
Ability to work some evenings each week
NB: You must have the right to work in the UK for this role.