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Director of Public Health - Consultant in Public Health
As Director of Public Health you will lead on the design and implementation of a holistic public health strategy that reflects the diversity of the borough and establishes clear direction for the Council and its partners to deliver improved outcomes for our community. Your public health experience and qualifications must be backed up by clear views on how local authorities can add value to the public health agenda ...
Registered General Nurse (RGN) - 2 posts
This is an excellent opportunity for a qualified nurse to work as a member of a dynamic team of nurses providing a high standard of care to the residents of Haringey's Nursing Home, Osborne Grove. You will be required to maintain a high degree of individualized care for our service users, allowing them to experience ordinary life opportunities according to their individual needs and wishes ...
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