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Bradford Metropolitan District Council

ATR Programme Lead (WFH)

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Department of Health and Wellbeing Public Health
ATR Programme Lead
PO4 – £41,496 pa – £44,539 pa (Pro rata for Part Time Posts)
1 x 37 hours per week
Based at Britannia House/ flexible home-based working
We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and motivated person to join our exciting Public Health team. The successful applicant will work within the Children and Young People’s Public Health team, which is led by a Consultant in Public Health and includes Senior Public Health Specialists, Public Health Specialists and Public Health Practitioners.
The successful post-holder will lead on the delivery of the Adversity, Trauma and Resilience (ATR) Strategy for Bradford District ( The post-holder will work in partnership with people, organisations and services across the district and beyond to reduce the prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in Bradford, and to buffer the impact of them by intervening early and developing trauma informed services. This will involve coordination and chairing of the ATR steering group and sub-groups and delivering against the strategy’s objectives through a variety of methods including commissioning, influencing other parts of the system, raising awareness of ATR and ACEs, and using evidence and data to continually inform the strategy. Strong project management experience and experience of working with community groups will be important for this role.
The Public Health team is a friendly and hard-working team who are responsible for prevention of poor health, improving the quality of people’s lives, and reducing inequalities. Applications are encouraged from people who are keen to get involved in this work. Work will be based in Britannia House with a mixture of office-based and home-based working.
The Public Health team is part of our Health and Wellbeing Department. This also includes our Adult Social Care and Environmental Health teams. Bradford Council is a large unitary authority with an excellent reputation. The district provides an interesting and challenging environment for population health work, having a wide inequality in life expectancy but also strong partnership working across health and social care and the Voluntary, Community and Faith sectors.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion is at the heart of what we do as a Council and the people we support. We have a number of self-directed Staff Networks (Disability, LGBTQ+, Race Equality, Women’s Voice, Working Carers and Young Persons) which assist in providing a voice and support mechanism to colleagues but we are always looking to further our ambition and commitment to achieving and supporting an inclusive workforce. One such example is enabling more direct ways of support amongst staff through the RESPECT Allyship Programme.
The RESPECT Allyship Programme offers the opportunity to all staff to learn more about the diverse communities & groups, and provides additional benefits and resources to its members. This is part of the RESPECT Campaign, which is the Council’s Internal Equalities Vision for staff and its ambition to build a truly inclusive workforce, where everyone can be their true selves at work and people are and feel represented across all levels in the organisation. An Ally is someone who will speak up for others and champion their corner when they need it most.
As a Bradford employee we actively encourage employees to attend as many training events as possible hosted by the RESPECT programme on matters of EDI in order to support, champion & educate themselves and any colleague who may belong to a different group or community.
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For further information regarding this post please contact Rosalind Bradshaw on
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