UK Health Alliance on Climate Change
The UK Health Alliance on Climate Change (UKHACC) brings together doctors, nurses and other health professionals to advocate for responses to climate change that protect and promote public health.
The UK Health Alliance on Climate Change is currently seeking applications for a dynamic, motivated, and professional Interim Director to implement our strategy, and oversee our communications, policy and public affairs programmes.
Their role will place them at the heart of the advocacy and engagement efforts on public health and climate change, working alongside senior officers and staff from the Medical and Nursing Royal Colleges, Faculties and Societies, leading medical journals, and the British Medical Association. The successful candidate will have excellent policy, project management, and interpersonal skills, experience in strategic communications and advocacy, and a track record of building consensus and support on issues in public health. This year the Alliance’s work is focusing on issues including COP26, the food white paper, air quality, and the decarbonisation of healthcare across the four nations.
This role is for 8/9 months to provide cover until April 2022, and the successful candidate might be seconded from another organisation. The Alliance is hosted by BMJ, which provides services like finance and human resources. The deadline for applications is Thursday 29th July. To find out more, and apply visit the BMJ website.