- Location: Glasgow/Edinburgh, G2 6QE
- Salary: £30,401.00 - £38,046.00 per year
- Contract Type: Permanent
- Position Type: Full Time
- Hours: 37.5 hours per week
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This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated and driven individual who has demonstrable experience as a learning and development specialist.
A key focus of this role is to design and develop public health learning and development resources/ initiatives for a range of workforce and professional groups across public services.
You will have a track record of successfully leading and managing complex learning and development projects in partnership with a range of stakeholders/partners across disciplines and sectors.
You should therefore have expertise in designing and delivering learning through various channels including digital and blended learning and be able to build and sustain relationships in order to achieve results.
We are looking for someone who has/is:
· Highly developed written and strong interpersonal skills
· Self-motivated, enthusiastic and results-focused.
· Flexible, adaptable and can gain consensus from multiple views and differing perspectives
· Committed to high standards and continuous improvement.
· Well-developed analytical skills and can move between big picture and detail
For an informal discussion concerning the post please contact Lovetta Williams, Organisational Lead for Workforce Development Team at 0141 414 2774 / 07500 854561 / LovettaWilliams@nhs.net.
Previous applicants need not reapply.
Please email your completed application form by 4pm on Monday 30th September, to email@example.com.
The interviews for this post will be Thursday 10th October.
Salary placement will start at the bottom point of the scale unless individuals have previous NHS experience.
Glasgow base but until Public Health Scotland is formed they have a temporary Edinburgh base
NHS Health Scotland as an exemplar employer aims to recruit, select and retain the right employees to deliver on our strategic priorities through best practice methods. As a result, this is supported by fair and consistent recruitment procedures that are of a high standard which meet or exceed statutory requirements. In line with our Recruitment and Selection policy NHS Health Scotland support and develop a flexible and responsive workforce ensuring that organisational goals and commitments are met. As a result, this post may be based in either our Edinburgh or Glasgow office. However, as detailed above we will be moving to a new NHS board, Public Health Scotland in 2019. As a result, any current vacancies filled in our Glasgow office require to work in our Edinburgh office until we move to Public Health Scotland. Recognising the need for work life balance all employees are entitled to apply for flexible working in line with our organisational Flexible Working policy.