This vacancy has now closed


  • Advertised from 10th November 2022
  • Annual salary is £12,000 for a 14 hour week

Role

Job Purpose: to work with the MMHA Development and Programme Manager to ensure the Everyone’s Business campaign is successfully implemented in Scotland (mainland and islands)

Accountable / reporting to:

Post-holder is accountable to Chair of Parent and Infant Mental Health Scotland, on behalf of the Trustees, and reports to Maternal Mental Health Alliance Development and Programme Manager.

If seconded from another organisation, the post-holder continues to be line managed by current employer and reports to the Maternal Mental Health Alliance Development and Programme Manager. However, the post holder will also liaise with Parent and Infant Mental Health Scotland Board of Trustees.

The MMHA Development and Programme Manager (with in-put from the Chief Executive Officer) will be responsible for ensuring activities agreed with Comic Relief and Big Lottery are implemented in Scotland as part of a wider UK campaign, and for ensuring that the Coordinator is supported by and feels part of the wider Everyone’s Business campaign team.

Terms and conditions:

• 2 days per week (14 hours p.w.)

• Annual salary is £12,000 for a 14 hour week, plus NI and pension contribution

• 25 days holiday pro rata plus public holidays

• The post-holder will be required to work from home [or within own organisation where relevant] and will be based in Scotland

• Post holder will be subject to a Disclosure Scotland check

Application notes

To apply please send CV and a covering letter indicating your interest in the post you are applying for and showing relevant experience. On the CV please provide contact details for two people who can provide a reference. Ideally one of the referees should be the last employer you have worked for.

Applications should be submitted to: info@pimhs.org.uk

Closing date: Monday, 28th November at 5pm.


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