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Healthy Lifestyles Manager job description
1. To provide specialist health promotion support to the community of The area .
2. To lead on identified priority areas of work
3. To support the reduction of health inequalities.
1. To lead the development, co-ordination and management of the physical activity referral scheme through the Integrated Lifestyle Service Hub.
2. To line manage and support the Senior Health Trainers to develop effective and efficient east and west teams.
3. To line manage the The area referral team.
4. To work with partner agencies to develop local action plans and ensure effective implementation of the preventative aspects of the The area Obesity Care Pathways for adults and children & young people, in line with national and local priorities, to reduce inequalities in health.
5. To contribute to the delivery of the Integrated Lifestyle Service work programme of the provider Public Health Team.
6. To work with District Councils and appropriate voluntary agencies to support the development of opportunities for increased physical activity in selected areas of high health and social need.
7. Provide support and professional expertise to The area Physical Activity Group and its sub-groups or its successor as needed.
14. To be responsible for monitoring the appropriateness of health promotion resources to support the delivery of local health promotion programmes in identified priority areas.
15. To contribute to budgetary planning in area of responsibility in liaison with line manager.
16. To undertake project management in respect of new developments as requested.
17. To lead on the co-ordination and delivery of countywide health promotion campaigns in identified priority areas, which include physical activity, healthy eating and the promotion of healthy weight.
18. To maintain up to date knowledge of policy and evidence-base within specialist area and support the implementation and development of evidence-based practice.
Training & Qualifications
• Degree or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant field e.g. public health, health promotion, nutrition
• British Association Cardiac Rehabilitation Phase IV (BACR 4) qualification or equivalent or working towards
• GP Exercise on Referral Course
• Experience of working with other organisations and agencies
• Experience of project management
• Experience of managing staff
• Experience of training delivery
• Proven experience in health promotion or a related field
• Knowledge and understanding of current health policy
• Knowledge of physical activity referral schemes
• Knowledge of leisure services
• Understanding of contemporary health promotion, particularly relating to the fields of obesity, healthy eating, physical activity and community development
• Understanding and experience of challenging stigma and discrimination
• Experience of working with and supporting volunteers
Skills and Abilities
• Ability to communicate effective with a range of individuals from all organisations at all levels
• Computer literate, able to use Word documents, spreadsheets, access database, internet and email communication
• Ability to adapt to changing or conflicting priorities
• Ability to meet deadlines
• Ability to work with minimum supervision, managing time, work commitments and priorities
• Ability to analyse and interpret data
• Good verbal, written and personal communications skills
• Good organisational skills
• Ability to take on unscheduled tasks and work under pressure
• Ability to work as part of a team or independently
• Car driver or otherwise mobile with appropriate business insurance (generic to all posts requiring mobility)
• Able to attend occasional evening/weekend meetings and events
• Act in ways that support equality and promote diversity
1. To help maintain good communication, liaison and working arrangements with Company directorates, Acute Companys and other agencies.
2. To keep up to date with all relevant guidance and company targets and to ensure the effective dissemination of relevant information as directed.
3. Contribute to relevant projects in relation to the development of organisational objectives as required/appropriate.
4. Comply with all relevant The area Community Health policies and procedures in exercising the duties of the role.
5. Undertake any necessary skills training, professional updates and mandatory training as appropriate to the post and as directed.
6. To ensure all work is in line with appropriate professional Codes of Practice.
7. To ensure all client data is protected in line with the Data Protection Act.
8. Support the rollout of projects that support the prevention of childhood obesity, as detailed in the service specification
9. Work with other public health colleagues on joint projects where mutually beneficial to do so.
10. Support the development of volunteering opportunities within specified healthy lifestyle projects.
11. To plan, deliver, facilitate and support health promotion training programmes to company and partner agencies, utilising appropriate accredited providers as requested.
12. To provide Health Trainer and service data as requested that supports any local needs assessment in priority areas as required, in liaison with Public Health Specialists and Public Health Intelligence.
13. To evaluate the effectiveness and value for money within area of responsibility, ensuring evidence-based practice and progress towards targets.