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Scheme Manager: Home-Start Staffordshire Moorlands

Scheme Manager: Home-Start Staffordshire Moorlands 

Closing date: 9 am 7th May, 2024 

Interview date: Week beginning 3rd June, 2024

Hours: 37.5hrs per week

Salary NJC Scale 26 – 30 (£34,834 – £38,223)

Permanent contract dependent on future funding. 

Home-Start Staffordshire Moorlands have a rewarding opportunity to lead our team committed to providing support to families across the Moorlands, responding to the challenges within the charity sector.

We are seeking a manager, with a range of skills, able to lead the team, oversee the operations of the charity, provide support to the Trustee board, and ensure the future financial strength of the charity.  We are seeking a manager who can provide strategic leadership and vision, has strong communication skills, has knowledge of charity finance and skills in bid writing and income  generation, and who is passionate about the early years and the work of Home-Start.

Home-Start Staffordshire Moorlands has operated successfully in the Moorlands district for 25 years.  We have a strong track record in the delivery of both home visiting support through our skilled Coordinators and Volunteer team and in Group provision for the early years.

The successful candidate should

  • Demonstrate commitment to the importance of the early years and the importance of support to parents who may be facing difficulties
  • Demonstrate experience of leadership and management in a changing environment
  • Have experience of securing funding and income generation
  • Be able to form partnerships with voluntary, statutory and community organisations

For details and application pack please download a pack and application form from our website.

Applicants are welcome to email [email protected] for more information and arrange a telephone conversation with a Trustee to gain a better understanding of the role.

Home-Start Staffordshire Moorlands is committed to equality of opportunity and diversity and the safeguarding of children and vulnerable persons.

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