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Home-Start Warrington
Warrington 15.17 miles
£27,000 per year
We are a Family Support Charity working with families with young children in Warrington. We are recruiting a Senior Coordinator to join us.

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The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women's Aid)
M13, Manchester 1.45 miles
£26,000 - £26,065 per year
Rochdale and District Mind
Rochdale 9.6 miles
£18,374 per year
Rochdale & District Mind, a recognised provider of BACP accredited services, are seeking a counsellor to work with young people aged 12 - 18
HideOut Youth Zone
Manchester 2.68 miles
£21,000 - £25,000 per year
Exciting opportunity for an Employability & Enterprise Coordinator at HideOut Youth Zone.
The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women's Aid)
M13, Manchester 1.39 miles
£28,000 - £28,190 per year
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Warrington, Warrington 15.17 miles
£27,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
This recruiter is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. So apply now!
Job description
  • To ensure the effective day to day management of the family services team in accordance with the Home-Start Memorandum & Articles of Association, the Home-Start Standards & Methods of Practice, the Home-Start Agreement and Quality Assurance Standards.
  • To maintain high standards of practice in supporting families within the Home-Start model
  • To ensure equality of opportunity, fairness and diversity in all aspects of the scheme’s and work.
  • To ensure good safeguarding practice in all aspects of the scheme’s work
  • To take responsibility for providing leadership and management to the Co-ordinator, Outreach Worker and any other appropriate members of staff as identified going forward (the family services team).
  • Taking responsibility for the day-to-day management of the family services team.
  • Ensuring all Home-Start policies and procedures are implemented and reviewed.
  • Ensuring effective administration and monitoring systems are in place.
  • Ensuring that contracts or SLAs are delivered and targets are met
  • Supporting the Board of Trustees and Scheme Manager in the recruitment, selection, induction, management and deployment of organisers/co-ordinators and other paid employees, as appropriate.
  • Feed into Scheme Managers report to trustees
  • Leading the family services team and ensuring that the Coordinator(s), Out reach Worker, student placement and volunteers receive effective supervision, direction and opportunities for development.
  • Promoting the work of the scheme externally.
  • Contributing to and supporting the development of the Home-Start network locally, regionally and nationally
  • Maintaining an overview of all work with families supported by the family services team
  • Manage own case load of supported families and volunteers, and model good practice in family support
  • Receiving referrals, assessing need and allocating as appropriate .
  • Ensuring support to families is of a high standard in accordance with Home-Start’s model, policies and procedures
  • To undertake day-to-day designated responsibilities to safeguard and promote children’s welfare  
  • Ensure the scheme maintains an effective team of volunteers to support the family services team
  • Ensure the scheme’s policies and procedures are fully implemented in all aspects of work with volunteers, including their recruitment, selection, preparation, support and supervision
  • Ensure that the Home-Start preparation course is delivered in full and to a high standard to all prospective volunteers
  • Ensure on going training is accessed as required
  • Ensuring appropriate liaison and communication with referrers and other professionals
  • Networking appropriately within the community.
  • Contributing to local policy and community development as appropriate
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Posted on: 04 March 2021
Closing date: 25 March 2021
Job ref: Senior Coordinator Home-Start Warrington
Tags: Volunteer Management,Support Worker

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