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£45,289 - £47,637 per year
Can you make a difference in how local decisions are made to improve outcomes for vulnerable children and young people?
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Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind
Greater London
£26,767 per year
We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated people with experience of supporting people with mental health problems & managing a caseload
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Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind
Greater London
£30,263 per year
We are looking for an experienced and highly motivated manager with a background in mental health support and caseload management

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Royal Association for Deaf People
£24000.00-£24000.00 per year
Working Well Trust
Bethnal Green
£28,057 per year
Seeking an Employment Specialist to join the Tower Hamlets IPS employment team.
Trade Justice Movement
£38,445 per year
This role will lead TJM’s political advocacy, provide policy research and manage relationships with Parliament and the civil service.
The Abbey Centre
£26,000 per year
Women Off to Work Project - Employment Support Officer
Working Well Trust
Kingston upon Thames
26,787 (pro rata)
We are seeking a temporary Employment Support Worker for our Kingston service, working with people affected by learning disabilities/autism.
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London, Greater London
£45,289 - £47,637 per year
Permanent, Contract, Secondment Opportunity (12 Months minimum), Full-time
Job description

Permanent contract or secondment opportunity (minimum 12 months)

The Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) is an independent charity established in 2013 to champion and support the use of effective early intervention to improve the lives of children and young people at risk of experiencing poor outcomes. As a member of the government’s What Works Network, we have a pivotal role as the go-to source for evidence and advice on early intervention for children and young people. Our work spans social policy and service areas including health, education, families and policing.  

Our expert team of researchers and advisers who have the practical experience of local delivery, put us in a unique position to support local services to use local information and national research to provide services that really improve outcomes for families.

We are now expanding our local development team and are looking for two highly motivated people to join us. Working closely with local leaders and commissioners across the country, our local development advisers support local areas to use evidence and local information to develop and improve early intervention strategy and delivery.  

We are looking for people who understand the local public service context and have experience of strategy development in child and family services, as well an understanding of national policy, local public sector strategy and delivery relating to early intervention. The right people will have strong stakeholder management skills and be able to build and maintain strong relationships with local public services, government departments, sector bodies and national charities.

To be successful, you will be a confident communicator, and have a strong appreciation of how evidence (local information and research) can support local decision-making, service delivery and its impact. Above all, you will be passionate and committed to improving the lives of vulnerable children and families, be flexible, and a strong team-player who is also able to work independently.

In return, you will join a supportive team, have support to develop and broaden your skills and experience, and gain valuable opportunities to engage with central government and inform key policy decisions.

It’s vital that our workforce reflects the diversity of our stakeholders and the wider society in the UK, and we actively seek candidates from diverse backgrounds and communities. We do everything we can to accommodate flexible working, including part time working and job shares for our roles. We will consider applicants from any part of England who wish to be home based providing they are willing to travel across England as required, and able to participate in meetings in London either virtually or physically.


To learn more about the role and working at EIF take a look at our jobs page where you can watch our Head of local development talking about the role and why you should work for EIF. 

We will be hosting a webinar and Q&A on Friday 12 November at 11.30am to meet the team, learn more about EIF and hear more about the role. To book your place please see our candidate pack on how you can register.

Closing date: 9:00am Tuesday 16 November 2021

Panel Interviews: 24 and 25 November 2021

Additional documents
Local Development Adviser JD (.pdf)
Candidate Pack (.pdf)
More about EIF

The Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) is a dynamic and ambitious charity established in 2013 to champion and support the use of effective ear... Read more

Posted on: 27 October 2021
Closing date: 16 November 2021
Tags: Policy/Research
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