Splitz manages high quality domestic abuse, sexual violence and whole family services in the South West. We recognise that vulnerable families and those from some communities face many real and perceived barriers to accessing services; and that many of the complex needs faced by these families can lead to poor health, wellbeing and financial outcomes.
The Project Manager will be crucial to the success of our project and will work closely with our health and social care partners from across the system in Devon and Torbay, to increase access to pre-conception and perinatal services for the most vulnerable families in our communities, and to effect service integration and lasting system change.
We are looking for a highly motivated, organised and enthusiastic individual with excellent knowledge of health care services for children and families and outstanding management skills. You will develop and manage the Best Start Project, driving the project forward from planning to implementation. The role will include responsibility for building relationships with partners and potential new partners and for supporting the Project Steering Group.
Please note that the role requires home working until our Exeter Office re-opens.
Educated to degree level in a relevant subject or equivalent level of experience of working at a similar level in specialist health and social care services.
Formal Project Management qualification or minimum of 2 years project or programme management experience.
Good knowledge of health services and outcomes.
An understanding of risk and needs for vulnerable individuals and families, particularly those with complex needs.
Experience of communicating complex information to stakeholders at both a senior and community level.
Full driving licence and access to a vehicle with business use insurance
Knowledge of Perinatal healthcare and/or Perinatal mental health.
An understanding of the nature of domestic violence and its effects on individuals and children.
An enhanced DBS is essential for this role.
Benefits: Personal group pension scheme with up to 4% employer's contribution, 25 days annual leave, plus bank holidays pro rata, and free clinical supervision for front line staff.
Salary: £28,505 - £31,522 per annum
Hours: 37 hours per week, full time
Tenure: Fixed Term until March 2023
Closing date: 12 noon Monday 15th March 2021
Interviews: Week commencing 22nd March 2021
You will be required to undergo an Enhanced DBS check.
You will also undergo a police check
As users of the disability symbol, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy.