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DH advertise for new chief exec for Public Health England

12th January 2012

The Department of Health has begun the search for a £180,000 a year chief executive designate for its new executive agency Public Health England.

A Department of Health advertisement for the post states that it is looking for someone with the “gravitas and enthusiasm to become a champion for public health” to take on the role from April to work on the detailed design and form of the future DH executive agency during 2012-13, before going on to lead the new organisation, which will comprise of up to 5,000 people.


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Article Information

Title: DH advertise for new chief exec for Public Health England
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 20758
Date Added: 12th Jan 2012


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