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Director of Occupational Health and Well-being Services

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Closing date:

03 - 04 - 2023 | 5pm


Northern Ireland


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Candidate Pack

The Director of Occupational Health and Well-being Services is a key leadership role within the Police Service of Northern Ireland, holding primary responsibility for the effective operation and delivery of the organisation’s range of multidisciplinary occupational health and well-being services. In addition to developing and embedding progressive occupational health and well-being strategies and supporting systems, the role holder will lead a multi-disciplinary team of clinicians, health professionals and support staff in building and supporting the resilience and well-being of the organisation and its workforce to deliver its strategic objectives.

Reports to: Assistant Chief Officer – People and Organisational Development

For further details on the remit of this role and the responsibilities, please review the comprehensive Candidate Pack that you can download from this site.

Salary: The Director of Occupational Health and Well-being Services , is paid against NICS Grade 5 salary banding: £74,912 – £84,122 (under review).

Work Location: The majority of the work associated with this role will be completed from PSNI Seapark, 151 Belfast Road, Carrickfergus, BT38 8PL. However, due to the nature of the role, travel within and outside Northern Ireland will also be required.

The deadline for receipt of completed applications is Monday 3 April 2023 at 17:00.

“Please note that this recruitment process may be used to fill other People and Organisational Development Director vacancies arising during the duration of the merit list”.

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