Project Manager – Family Support Charity

Flexible Location (Homebased)
£17,361 pa
12 Sep 2016
23 Sep 2016
Part Time
Contract Type

Our client a family support charity are now looking to recruit a manager to lead an innovative project to introduce new creative indoor and outdoor play experiences for children up to the age of eight.

Project Manager
NJC point 29 - £17,361 pa
25 hours per week, flexible location (Homebased)
Fixed term contract to 30th September 2017

Our client is a federated network of local organisations which provide community based support for families and children. Over the past four decades they have supported over a million children and has become one of the leading family support charities across the UK.

The work will be based on the Froebelian principles for the education and learning of young children and will offer the opportunity to develop educational and outcomes-focused activities for children, their families and as part of wider local community engagement. The work will lead to the development of a sustainable, effective module of volunteer-led support for families.

The successful candidate will have at least 3 years’ experience in early years work, have a post graduate level early years/childhood studies qualification, a clear understanding of the right of children to protection from harm or abuse and to the promotion of their overall well-being. In particular you will have a real drive and passion to making a difference for young vulnerable children and their families using the Froebelian principles.

Closing Date for Applications: Midday, Friday 23rd September 2016
Interview Date: 30th September 2016 in London

They do not accept CVs.

(The interview date may be subject to change and applicants will be advised in advance should this be the case)

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Our client is committed to Equality of Opportunity and Diversity.  They wish to encourage applications from all parts of the community irrespective of gender, race, colour, age, sexual orientation or disability. Appointments will be based on merit, following an open and clear selection process.

No agencies please.