Active & Healthy People Programme Lead

Salary:See vacancy description

Service Unit:Communities, Health, Wellbeing Sport & Leisure

Closing Date:15/03/2018

Post Number:4205

Full Time- Permanent

Senior Manager Post

Salary Circa £58,000 (Job Evaluating Pending)

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This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious, charismatic, tenacious and enthusiastic programme manager with a passion for health and wellbeing. Exeter City Council has a bold ambition to be the most physically active city in England and our commitment to this ambition has led to the successful bid for Exeter, and the neighbouring Healthy New Town of Cranbrook, to become one of Sport England’s twelve pilot sites for an ambitious, ground breaking programme.                          

The successful post holder will provide high profile, visible and effective leadership for the development of the Exeter and Cranbrook Local Delivery Pilot Partner Programme in collaboration with stakeholders and Sport England. You will also be responsible for working closely with Councillors and Directors on the development of strategies that will embed the Exeter and Cranbrook Physical Activity Vision into policy and practice. 

This post will give aspiring system leaders the opportunity to take a central role in an exciting, ground-breaking, national and local transformation programme. The programme has the potential to make a real impact on reducing health inequalities ensuring that more residents have the potential to benefit from the all the great things our city, and its surrounding area, have to offer. 

Closing date for applications is 5pm Thursday 15th March 2018 

Interviews will be held at Exeter Civic Centre on either Wednesday 21st of Thursday 22nd March and candidates selected for interview will be notified of the date and time of interview by Monday 19th March.

To find out more about this post please contact: Judith Wellings, PA to Director for Communities, Health, and Wellbeing Sport & Leisure on 01392 265226

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Last updated 9 March 2018