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Project Administrator – UK Public Health Rapid Support Team

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
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Principal Public Health Specialist

Council & Schools
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Public Health Jobs Overview

Public health care is a broad term which covers medical related services that are provided in a hospital or community setting such as a school or church. Public health specialists may perform a number of roles including monitoring, diagnosing and investigating healthcare problems, developing policies and innovating solutions to prevent or reduce health issues in specific areas. Some job examples include epidemiologists who help to prevent the spread of disease, biostaticians who work with statistics and medical data, support workers, doctors, staff nurses and community health workers.

Public Health Jobs Education Requirements

Because public health is such an umbrella term, the educational requirements will vary wildly for each role. For many roles a Bachelors Degree in public health or an Associate Degree in public health is a minimum requirement. For more complex roles students will have to take specialist courses which can take up to seven years to complete. Candidates must posses a number of life skills including excellent communication and writing skills, data analysis skills and project organization in order to excel in their chosen field.

Public Health Jobs Market

Public health jobs in the United Kingdom are typically provided by the National Health Service. The NHS currently employs over 1.7 million people in the UK and there are over 350 different career roles in the healthcare sector that are available. Other job opportunities include voluntary work for non-profit organizations such as the British Red Cross or Save the Children.

Public Health Jobs Salary Information

Salaries vary depending on the role; for example, mental healthcare assistants have an average salary of £16,339 while a medical consultant earns an average salary of £89,992. Most public health jobs will come with benefits such as a pensions scheme, annual leave, special leave and access to the employee assistance programme.

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