The 0-2’s Infant Health and Wellbeing Programme is a new three-year programme (2015-2017) being developed as part of a long-term cycle of investment by The Atlantic Philanthropies with the aim of creating evidence-based policy, services and practices in Ireland.
The 0-2’s Infant Health and Wellbeing Programme is focused on developing an integrated programme of work, primarily within the Health Service Executive’s (HSE) Divisions; Health and Wellbeing and Primary Care, to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for infants and their families.
The work programme will be delivered by the HSE with implementation support from the Centre for Effective Services (CES). The Programme will be managed by the Katharine Howard Foundation (KHF).
The Programme Manager Role
The Programme Manager will be responsible for overseeing the effective development and implementation of the 0-2’s Infant Health and Wellbeing Programme. Responsibilities will include strategic planning, programme management, financial management and collaborative working with key stakeholders.
The successful candidate will have excellent project management skills, with significant understanding of public sector contexts and current child health services. The candidate will have experience of collaborative inter-agency working.
This is a full time role based in Dublin. Click here to download the Job Description for this role.
If you feel you have the personal and professional capabilities required of this important role, please submit a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm, Thursday, 19 March 2015.