- A keen interest and passion for wellbeing and prevention coupled with excellent engagement skills, with experience in dealing with and influencing a variety of key stakeholders;
- Postgraduate degree in psychology, health psychology or related behaviour change discipline;
- Knowledge of behavioural science evidence, methods and theory and expertise in using qualitative and quantitative methods to support your work:
- Experience of (or aspiration to gain that experience of) the delivery of behaviour change programmes at scale, from within or outside health
- Comfortable developing propositions and their subsequent implementation from concepts, to pilots, to scale
- Excellent critical appraisal and synthesis of evidence skills.
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