Policy Projects Coordinator

The Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH) is a Charity and Company Limited by guarantee and is the representative body for Directors of Public Health (DPH) in the UK. It seeks to improve and protect the health of the population through collating and presenting the views of DsPH; advising on public health policy and legislation at a local, regional, national and international level; facilitating a support network for DsPH; and providing opportunities for DsPH to develop professional practice. The Association has a rich heritage, its origins dating back more than 160 years. It is a collaborative organisation working in partnership with others to maximise the voice for public health. 

We are now looking to looking to appoint to the position of Policy Projects Coordinator to support the Head of Policy and Policy Manager in the policy administration and development functions of the organisation. In this role you will be responsible for administering the programme of meetings for the ADPH Council, and Policy Advisory Groups, and manage requests from external organisations for ADPH representation, input and endorsements.

The successful candidate will have experience of working independently and exhibit excellent organisational and prioritising skills. Working in a fast- paced environment across different teams within the Association you will need to be flexible, proactive and have an eye for detail.

Please apply with a covering letter outlining why you feel you would be suitable for the role, and a current cv to Mark Hamblett.

Closing date is January 26 at midnight. Interviews will take place on 11th February.

We are currently appointing to two Coordinator roles. Candidates are welcome to apply separately for both positions should they wish.

Administration Projects Coordinator

The successful candidate will gain an excellent insight in to the roles and functions of both bodies,  providing a high quality administrative support across policy, membership engagement and office management.

With experience of database management, meeting and event management and a strong background in IT, you will be comfortable working independently in an administrative role, with excellent organisation and prioritisation skills and methodical attention to detail.

Please apply with a covering letter outlining why you feel you would be suitable for the role, and a current cv to Mark Hamblett.

Closing date is January 26 at midnight. Interviews will take place on 12th February.

We are currently appointing to two Coordinator roles. Candidates are welcome to apply separately for both positions should they wish.