Leadership Fellow -Unequal distributions of power and health
Post reference: FLP 2023 / Bid 34
Host organisation: Yorkshire and Humber School of Public Health
Post location : Leeds base and/or option to work remotely. Working among Yorkshire and Humber region health and social care organisations may require the successful applicant to travel regionally and nationally.
- Medical Specialty Trainees(ST3+)
- Specialty and Associate Specialist (SAS) Doctors
- Dental Specialty Trainees (StR)
- Public Health Registrars (ST3+)•Nurses / Midwives
- Pharmacists / Pharmacy Technicians
- Healthcare Scientists
- Allied Health Professionals
Number of Posts: 1
Post start date: August 2023
Power is a fundamental but underexplored driver of health inequality when compared to income and wealth. Evidence shows that power inequity underpins inequalities in health, wellbeing and life expectancy such as we see in Yorkshire and Humber. In this role, you will take a strategic systems approach to lead work across the regional health and care system, addressing power as a health determinant to improve population health and tackle health inequalities. The Fellow will shape the details of the project from options such as:• developing a regional system leadership model for equitable power• exploring how the system’s ways of working can redress power imbalance to improve services• leading strategic action on this issue across organisational boundaries. As a fellow on the future leadership programme, you will have the opportunity to work across organisational boundaries including with NHS trusts, regional ICSs, regional DHSC teams, and the region’s Association of Directors of Public Health as well as local councils, voluntary and community groups. As a successful applicant you will have access to a variety of personal development opportunities (e.g. CV and interview training, media training, Myers Briggs Type Indicator feedback, 360 appraisal, coaching, participation in an action learning set) and will be supported to undertake one year of a postgraduate qualification.
Interview date: 08/12/2022
Application contact: Val.Barker@hee.nhs.uk
For application instructions and to download an Application Form, please see the vacancies section on the Future Leaders recruitment website.