Birmingham, West Midlands
£26,511 per year FTE
Permanent, Part-time, 25 Hours Per Week
Job description

Home-Start Birmingham North West is seeking an experienced family support worker to act as a deputy to the scheme manager. The ideal candidate will have  experience of managing staff and volunteers as well as experience of working with families who have complex needs. 

The post is 25 hours a week Monday-Friday, The days worked can be negotiated. 

Home-Start Birmingham North West enrolls to the NEST pension scheme.

All employees are given 28 days annual leave (FTE)

About Home-Start Birmingham North West 

Home-Start is one of the UK’s leading family support charities. We help parents to build better lives and better futures for their children. We have been supporting families for over forty years right across the UK and on British Forces bases in Germany and Cyprus too.

We believe that children need a happy and secure childhood and that parents play the key role in giving their children the best possible start in life and helping them to achieve their full potential.

In an ideal world there would be no need for a charity like Home-Start. All parents would be free of the stresses and strains of raising their children. But for many parents the pressures of family life are simply too much to cope with alone. There can be so many reasons for this; poor mental health, illness and disability, poverty, isolation and lack of family support networks, the list is endless. We want to see a society in which every parent has the support they need to raise happy and healthy children.

Across Birmingham there are six Home-Start charities working in diverse communities throughout the city, Home-Start Birmingham North West covers Sutton Coldfield, Kingstanding,Perry Barr and Oscott. Our main office is located in Kingstanding. 

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Person specification (.pdf)
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Posted on: 19 April 2021
Closing date: 10 May 2021
Tags: Management, Operations
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