Head of Programmes

People’s Health Trust believes in a world without health inequalities. We work to ensure that where you live does not unfairly reduce the length of your life, or the quality of your health.

The Trust was set up to address health inequalities in Great Britain and create fairer places in which to grow, live, work and age. Through our funding and support, we encourage resident-focused approaches as a means of addressing the underlying structural causes of health inequalities.

The Head of Programmes is a new post, responsible for the management of the Trust’s funding streams.  A major part of the role is to support the development of a culture of strong and active engagement with organisations we fund to ensure that we offer the best possible support to our funded partners.

As Head of Programmes, you will help to redefine processes and procedures whilst maintaining opportunities for continuous learning which contribute to programme development.

You will be experienced in leading and developing funding programmes.  You will also bring a good understanding of the impact of health inequalities and the complexities communities face in effecting change.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send us your CV and supporting statement outlining your interest in the role and how you meet the shortlisting criteria indicated on the person specification.

Your supporting statement should be no longer than 600 words. Applications without a supporting statement will not be considered. We very much welcome applications from people with Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds to this management team role.

  • Please send your CV, supporting statement and completed equality and diversity form to us at recruitment@peopleshealthtrust.org.uk by 5pm on Monday 9 March 2020
  • Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview on Wednesday 25 March 2020
  • To download the full recruitment pack, click here. To download the Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form, click here.
  • Salary: £50,000