Revalidation and Workforce Administrator 

What do you need to know about the role? 

This is an exciting time to join FPH as we seek wider engagement from our membership and strengthen our role through our workforce strategy and our policy campaigns. The Professional Standards team is responsible for ensuring that agreed standards are maintained, developed and delivered across the public health workforce for the benefit of population. As the Revalidation & Workforce Administrator, you will mainly support FPH’s revalidation service but also manage various projects in the workforce and professional development area, which currently include the accreditation of events scheme and the recruitment process for senior public health appointments.

You’ll have fantastic administrative skills and be able to hit the ground running in delivering a busy programme of work. You’ll be able to juggle a range of different activities and be good at collaborating with others and developing new ideas to improve the way we work. Ideally, you’ll have experience in project work and be able to contribute and deliver projects from their start to successful completion.

We are a small staff team with passionate and expert members and we are all active participants in the development and delivery of our strategy. You will need to engage with this membership in order to support our objectives.

We hope you will be as ambitious for your own professional development here as you are in helping us grow our membership and effect change.

And, finally, we want you to have fun and challenge yourself at work– it’s even in the job description.

Read the full job description here

What do you need to know about FPH?

We are a professional membership organisation with charitable status, concerned with all matters relating to improving the health and wellbeing of the population. We have nearly 4,000 members worldwide

We help develop and grow the public health workforce together. We oversee the training of the next generation of public health professionals, including setting and managing their post-graduate public health exams. We also support their further development through the rest of their career. And we’re a place for public health professionals across the UK and internationally to seek advice from others working in the same area and to share ideas, new research, best practice and learnings. We also campaign to improve the public’s mental and physical health and wellbeing, seeking to help influence a broad range of public health topics – from tobacco to transport, children’s health to climate change, violence to viruses.

How do you apply?

To apply, please submit your CV and a covering letter (no more than 1 side of A4 please) to  If you haven’t heard from us by Wednesday 3rd October 2018 then please assume you have not been successful in your application on this occasion.

Deadline for applications: Monday 1st October 2018

Interview date: Tuesday 9th October and Wednesday 10th October 2018