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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Head of Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services

  • Full time
  • £30,785
  • Home based in Central Scotland and office based with HQ located in Edinburgh
  • Closing 24th January 2020

Are you passionate about children’s health and wellbeing services in Scotland? Do you have experience of leadership, training, and service delivery? Then Children’s Health Scotland would love to hear from you.

Children’s Health Scotland is seeking to appoint a new Head of Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services. The main purpose of the role is to help make sure children and young people in Scotland get the best quality healthcare and key duties will involve the hands-on delivery of the Self-Management Service in addition to the development of our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services in Scotland.

Key duties of the post-holder include:

· Management of the CHS Self-Management Service, including responsibility for the hands-on delivery of workshops and assuring the quality of service provision. This includes liaising with colleagues within hospitals to raise awareness of the service and preparing workplans.

· Gathering ongoing evaluation feedback, case studies and analysing data.

· Developing and maintaining record keeping systems on database spreadsheet.

· Taking part in the recruitment of an external evaluator and work with the evaluator to facilitate the evaluation process.

· Supporting the quarterly Project Advisory Group meetings.

· Contributing to the organisation’s overall policy development and strategic planning.

· Responsibility for budgeting preparation and control.

· Leading the development of a new Learn with Children's Health Scotland service.

· Assisting in the research and co-ordination of funding applications.

· Producing funding reports as required.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Head of Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services

  • Full time
  • £30,785
  • Home based in Central Scotland and office based with HQ located in Edinburgh
  • Closing 24th January 2020

Are you passionate about children’s health and wellbeing services in Scotland? Do you have experience of leadership, training, and service delivery? Then Children’s Health Scotland would love to hear from you.

Children’s Health Scotland is seeking to appoint a new Head of Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services. The main purpose of the role is to help make sure children and young people in Scotland get the best quality healthcare and key duties will involve the hands-on delivery of the Self-Management Service in addition to the development of our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services in Scotland.

Key duties of the post-holder include:

· Management of the CHS Self-Management Service, including responsibility for the hands-on delivery of workshops and assuring the quality of service provision. This includes liaising with colleagues within hospitals to raise awareness of the service and preparing workplans.

· Gathering ongoing evaluation feedback, case studies and analysing data.

· Developing and maintaining record keeping systems on database spreadsheet.

· Taking part in the recruitment of an external evaluator and work with the evaluator to facilitate the evaluation process.

· Supporting the quarterly Project Advisory Group meetings.

· Contributing to the organisation’s overall policy development and strategic planning.

· Responsibility for budgeting preparation and control.

· Leading the development of a new Learn with Children's Health Scotland service.

· Assisting in the research and co-ordination of funding applications.

· Producing funding reports as required.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Assistant, Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services (home based)

  • Part time
  • Circa £21,000 pro-rata
  • Home based in Central Scotland and office based with HQ located in Edinburgh
  • Closing 21st June 2020

Are you passionate about children’s health and wellbeing services in Scotland? Do you have experience of youth work and service delivery? Then Children’s Health Scotland would love to hear from you.

Children’s Health Scotland is seeking to appoint an Assistant to work with our Head of Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services to support the delivery of our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Service in Lothian and our Self-Management Service for children and young people (aged 10-17) living with health conditions.

The aim of our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Service is to help children and young people meet their healthcare needs in partnership with parents, carers and professionals. We operate a national service across Scotland. The aim of our Self-Management Service (SMS) is to help children and young people to cope with their health conditions by building confidence, self-esteem, communication skills and peer connections. We deliver our services both face to face and via an online platform

Key responsibilities of the post-holder include:

• Contributing to the development of the Children’s Health and Wellbeing Service (CHWBS) and the Self-Management Service (SMS).

• Development and implementation of workshop sessions and online activities.

• Assisting in the promotion of the CHWBS and SMS e.g. dissemination of information materials, attending events, promotion via social media, and engaging with health professionals and families.

• Assisting in identifying children and young people to take part in the SMS and supporting them on the service.

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

• Assist in preparation, set-up and delivery of online sessions including supporting children and young people to participate online and co-ordinating activities within the online delivery platform.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Assistant, Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services

  • Part time
  • Circa £21,000 pro-rata
  • Home based in Central Scotland and office based with HQ located in Edinburgh”
  • Closing 21st June 2020

Are you passionate about children’s health and wellbeing services in Scotland? Do you have experience of youth work and service delivery? Then Children’s Health Scotland would love to hear from you.

Children’s Health Scotland is seeking to appoint an Assistant to work with our Head of Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services to support the delivery of our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Service in Lothian and our Self-Management Service for children and young people (aged 10-17) living with health conditions.

The aim of our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Service is to help children and young people meet their healthcare needs in partnership with parents, carers and professionals. We operate a national service across Scotland. The aim of our Self-Management Service (SMS) is to help children and young people to cope with their health conditions by building confidence, self-esteem, communication skills and peer connections. We deliver our services both face to face and via an online platform

Key responsibilities of the post-holder include:

• Contributing to the development of the Children’s Health and Wellbeing Service (CHWBS) and the Self-Management Service (SMS).

• Development and implementation of workshop sessions and online activities.

• Assisting in the promotion of the CHWBS and SMS e.g. dissemination of information materials, attending events, promotion via social media, and engaging with health professionals and families.

• Assisting in identifying children and young people to take part in the SMS and supporting them on the service.

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

• Assist in preparation, set-up and delivery of online sessions including supporting children and young people to participate online and co-ordinating activities within the online delivery platform.

Shortlist