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Institute of Public Health in Ireland
Public Health Interventions Officer - Loneliness
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.
Location: Belfast or Dublin
Salary: £33,114 - £42,219/ €50, 175 - €63,974
Deadline: 22 June 2018
Please find job description and application form on our website.
How to Apply
When completing the application form please indicate how you meet all of the essential criteria and any of the desirable criteria. Please return the completed application form via email to before the deadline of noon on Friday 22nd June. Please note that C.Vs are not accepted. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that their application form is received by IPH before the above deadline; you may wish to request a read receipt. IPH is an equal Opportunities Employer
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