Children's Health Scotland
Children's Health Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC006016

Our aim is for the best quality healthcare for children and young people in Scotland and to enable them to exercise their rights to healthcare and to have these rights upheld, and their healthcare needs met, in partnership with their parents, carers and professionals.

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Assistant, Children’s Health Scotland (2 posts)

  • Part time
  • £20,132 pro-rata
  • Office based with HQ located in Edinburgh (working remotely at present due to COVID-19)
  • Closing 9th April 2021

Post 1: Assistant, Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services (CHWBS)

Post 2: Assistant, Care Experienced Children and Young People’s Service (CECYPS)

There are two exciting opportunities to join Children’s Health Scotland, a charity that helps children and young people meet their healthcare needs in partnership with parents, carers and professionals.

We’re looking for two people with excellent organisational, communication and administrative skills who have a passion for working with children, young people, families and carers. Working within busy and friendly teams, you will be an experienced assistant with excellent IT skills. Your role is to support your team to deliver our services which support the health and wellbeing of children, young people, families and carers. You will be experienced working with Microsoft Office packages including Microsoft Teams, Word and Excel, and be able to create spreadsheets and deal with numerical information.

Key duties include:

CHWBS post

• Assisting with the promotion of the CHWBS and more specifically, the Self-Management Service (SMS) e.g. attending workshops, dissemination of information materials, attending events, promotion via social media, and engaging with health professionals and families.

• Assisting in identifying and preparing children and young people to take part in the SMS and providing support throughout the Programme.

• Assisting in the preparation, set up and delivery of face-to-face workshops and online group sessions as part of SMS Programmes.

• Publication of content on our website as directed by your manager and assisting with posts on our social media channels.

• Maintaining systems for office supplies, record keeping and filing

CECYPS post

• Assisting with the delivery and promotion of the CECYPS e.g. attending workshops, dissemination of information materials, attending events, promotion via social media, and engaging with health professionals and families.

• Participation in referral meetings for Foster and Kinship Care workshops.

• Assisting in identifying and preparing children, young people, families and carers to take part in CECYPS and providing support throughout the programme.

• Assisting in the preparation, set up and delivery of face-to-face workshops and online group sessions for Foster and Kinship Carers.

• Publication of content on our website as directed by your manager and assisting with posts on our social media channels.

• Maintaining systems for office supplies, record keeping and filing

Shortlist
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Co-ordinator, Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services

  • Full time
  • £22,735
  • Office based with flexibility to work from home (Office/HQ based in Edinburgh)
  • Closing 18th June 2021

Due to a growth in our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services, there is an exciting opportunity to join Children’s Health Scotland, a charity that helps children and young people meet their healthcare needs in partnership with parents, carers and professionals.

We’re looking for a Co-ordinator with excellent organisational, communication and administrative skills and a passion for working with children, young people, families and carers. The post-holder will work within busy and friendly teams and will support the delivery of our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services.

Applicants for this post must be experienced working with Microsoft Office packages including Microsoft Teams, Word and Excel, and be able to create spreadsheets and deal with numerical information.

Applicants for the Co-ordinator position must be confident in delivering presentations, co-ordinating projects and producing reports.

Co-ordinator, Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services.

• Assist with the development and delivery of the CHWBS and more specifically the Self-Management Service (SMS).

• Support the Head of Service in identifying funding opportunities, completing applications for funding, and compiling progress reports for funders.

• Co-ordinate the yearly schedule across all SMS programmes including timelines and staffing.

• Assist in the promotion of the SMS with a focus on building relationships across Scotland e.g. dissemination of information materials, attending events, promotion via social media, and engaging with health professionals and families.

• Assist in identifying and preparing children and young people to take part in the SMS and provide support through the Programme.

• Assist in the preparation, set up and delivery of face-to-face workshops and online sessions including: contacting and booking suitable venues, organising travel, providing refreshments, and facilitating games, activities, and group discussions.

• Contribute to the evaluation of our services including collecting outcome data, conducting surveys, and collating informal feedback from children, young people and health professionals.

• Support the Head of Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services in the delivery of health and wellbeing training.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Assistant, Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services

  • Part time
  • £20,132 pro-rata
  • Office based with HQ in Edinburgh
  • Closing 18th June 2021

Due to a growth in our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services, there is an exciting opportunity to join Children’s Health Scotland, a charity that helps children and young people meet their healthcare needs in partnership with parents, carers and professionals.

We’re looking for an Assistant with excellent organisational, communication and administrative skills and a passion for working with children, young people, families and carers. The post-holder will work within busy and friendly teams and will support the delivery of our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services.

Applicants for both posts must be experienced working with Microsoft Office packages including Microsoft Teams, Word and Excel, and be able to create spreadsheets and deal with numerical information.

• Assist with the development and delivery of the CHWBS and more specifically the Self-Management Service (SMS).

• Support the Head of Service in identifying funding opportunities, completing applications for funding, and compiling progress reports for funders.

• Co-ordinate the yearly schedule across all SMS programmes including timelines and staffing.

• Assist in the promotion of the SMS with a focus on building relationships across Scotland e.g. dissemination of information materials, attending events, promotion via social media, and engaging with health professionals and families.

• Assist in identifying and preparing children and young people to take part in the SMS and provide support through the Programme.

• Assist in the preparation, set up and delivery of face-to-face workshops and online sessions including: contacting and booking suitable venues, organising travel, providing refreshments, and facilitating games, activities, and group discussions.

• Contribute to the evaluation of our services including collecting outcome data, conducting surveys, and collating informal feedback from children, young people and health professionals.

• Support the Head of Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services in the delivery of health and wellbeing training.

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