Current vacancies

Public Health Specialist, Lambeth Early Action Partnership

Ref: 1734

London based, 35 hours p/w

Salary £48,757 to £52,646

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a team delivering the 10-year Big Lottery-funded Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP) programme that will deliver better outcomes for pregnant women, babies and young children in Lambeth.  This is a key role requiring expert knowledge to drive lasting change on this innovative project working alongside families, communities, and voluntary and statutory sector partners, supporting LEAP’s ambitions for systems change and coproducing a portfolio of new services to benefit families with young children living in the LEAP area.

Holding an MSc in Public Health with considerable experience in relevant public health programmes, you will provide leadership by using expert public health knowledge to support, inform and influence an evidence-based approach within LEAP.  You will design ethical frameworks for commissioning and high quality equitable services across LEAP’s multi-agency Partnership.  You will also lead on the development of a new and innovative data integration strategy with local partners, a key driver for systems change.

A strategic thinker, you will have proven leadership skills and excellent communication, interpersonal and influencing skills with the ability to respond to unplanned circumstances

The role will be based in Lambeth, with some working at NCB offices in Islington and the possibility of occasional travel, for which notice will be given.

Funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund.

Closing date: 9am on 27 November 2017 

Assessment and interviews:  15th December 2017

Please quote job title and reference number. CV’s will not be accepted.

Committed to equal opportunities

Applications via the NCB site

Workforce Lead, Lambeth Early Action Partnership 

Ref: 1735
London based, 35 hours p/w
Salary £35,678 to £39,540

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a team delivering the 10-year Big Lottery-funded Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP) programme that will deliver better outcomes for pregnant women, babies and young children in Lambeth.

Leading and coordinating all workforce development activities to re-shape the wider workforce across statutory agencies, Voluntary and Community sector partners health visitors, children’s centre staff, volunteers, and parent and community champions in Lambeth. We are looking with someone with experience of engaging and working effectively and collaboratively with a range of stakeholders to facilitate workforce transformation and contribute to thinking about transforming organisations to deliver an early intervention agenda.  You will also have substantial knowledge of children’s early year’s policy and practice, including health and social care and related workforce development issues along with excellent change management skills. A commitment to children’s rights is also essential for this role.


Funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund.

Closing date: 9am on 27 November 2017  

Assessment and interviews:  18th December 2017 

Please quote job title and reference number. CV’s will not be accepted. 

Committed to equal opportunities.

Applications via the NCB site

 

Evaluation Manager, Lambeth Early Action Partnership 

Ref: 1733
London based, 35 hours p/w
Salary £42,316 to £46,009


This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a team delivering the 10-year Big Lottery-funded Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP) programme that will deliver better outcomes for pregnant women, babies and young children in Lambeth.  The Evaluation Manager will work on an innovative project that involves local parents and community alongside academic experts. 

The ideal candidate will hold a graduate/postgraduate qualification in a relevant social science (or an equivalent level of knowledge) and have proven ability in designing, conducting and managing a diverse range of research and evaluation studies relevant to early years.  You will have an understanding of child development and related public policy, enabling you to gain the confidence of a wide range of partners.  You will also have excellent communication/influencing skills with the ability to convey technical material to different audiences and experience of managing staff.

The role will be based in Lambeth, with some working at NCB offices in Islington and the possibility of occasional travel, for which notice will be given.


Funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund.

Closing date: 9am on 27 November 2017  

Assessment and interviews:  11th December 2017 

Please quote job title and reference number. CV’s will not be accepted. 

Committed to equal opportunities

Applications via the NCB site