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Job vacancies with the Institute for Public Health (IPH)

The Institute for Public Health (IPH) has the following three vacancies currently open:

Public Health Interventions Officer - Loneliness (Closing date 22 June 2018).  The Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) promotes cooperation for public health on the island of Ireland. The Bamford Centre for Mental Health and Wellbeing at Ulster University and the Institute of Public Health in Ireland  are working together to identify the most effective interventions to address loneliness among older people. IPH invites applications for this fixed-term post of Public Health Interventions Officer – Loneliness. This post will be based between both organisations and aims to help inform the identification and design of effective Public Health interventions to address loneliness and to effectively measure the outcomes of these interventions.

Evaluations and Interventions Officer - Ageing and Public Health (Closing date 22 June 2018). The Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) is a body supported and co-funded by the Departments of Health in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. IPH is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of communities across the island of Ireland through public health approaches and addressing health inequalities to ensure better health outcomes. This 24 month post working at a strategic level will work in the area of evaluations and interventions as well as evidence, data and research syntheses relevant to ageing and public health.

Knowledge Translation Officer - Ageing and Public Health (Closing date 2 July 2018). The Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) is a body supported and co-funded by the Departments of Health in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. IPH is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of communities across the island of Ireland through public health approaches and addressing health inequalities to ensure better health outcomes.  This permanent post working at a strategic level is focused on translating research, data, policy and practice relevant to public health and ageing. The translation function means drawing on a range of data, research reports and analysis and turning these into formats that are usable by policy-makers, professionals and practitioners. It also involves scanning trends, policies and practice to identify key issues for research on ageing and inequalities.

For more details of these posts including job descriptions and application forms see the IPH website.