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We are a small and dynamic team at Home-Start Barnet, Brent, Enfield and Harrow, and from time to time we advertise for roles in the organisation. 

If there are any vacancies open (for both staff and trustees), they will be listed below. 

If we do not have any roles available, we would always welcome more voluntary support. You can find out more about volunteering with us here.

Family Health Coordinator

Salary:
£29,517 FTE (£17,710 per year)

Requirements: 
Permanent, part-time, 21 hours per week

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Job Description

Home-Start Barnet, Brent, Enfield and Harrow (BBEH) is committed to promoting the welfare of families with young children to ensure that they have the best start in life. Our team of volunteers support families experiencing difficulties by visiting them regularly in their own homes and offering them friendship, emotional and practical help.

We are recruiting a Family Health Coordinator to deliver a volunteer-led home-visiting service and related activities to families in the London Borough of Barnet. The post holder will ensure that Home-Start BBEH provides targeted, specialised support to families with children aged 0-19, who have multiple and complex needs. The post carries a high level of responsibility in ensuring that we offer a quality service to families through our team of trained volunteers.

The postholder will follow a “Whole Family Approach” to assess the needs and strengths of the referred child or young person and help them identify individual goals to achieve desired change. They will be required to design, deliver and evaluate interventions which aim to improve mental health and well-being, build on existing strengths and increase levels of resilience.

 

Closing date: Sunday, 06 June 2021. 

Learning and Development Manager

Salary:
£34,209 FTE (£20,525 per year)

Requirements: 
Permanent, part-time, 21 hours per week

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Job Description

Home-Start Barnet, Brent, Enfield and Harrow (BBEH) is committed to promoting the welfare of families with young children to ensure that they have the best start in life. Our team of volunteers support families experiencing difficulties by visiting them regularly in their own homes and offering them friendship, emotional and practical help.

We are seeking a Learning and Development Manager who is passionate about the impact that learning and development can have for our staff, volunteers, and ultimately for the families we support. This role will be instrumental in creating a culture where development is supported, encouraged and accessible to everyone.

This is a new role. The Learning and Development Manager will identify training, learning and development needs across the charity – for staff, volunteers and trustees. By planning and delivering a range of solutions, you’ll support them to continually develop their personal and professional skills and knowledge and make their impact even greater.

 

Closing date: Sunday, 06 June 2021.

Impact and Evaluation Lead

Salary:
£31,557 FTE (18,934 per year)

Requirements: 
Permanent, part-time, 21 hours per week

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Job Description

Home-Start Barnet, Brent, Enfield & Harrow (BBEH) is committed to promoting the welfare of families with young children to ensure that they have the best start in life. We are seeking an Impact & Evaluation enthusiast to lead on Home-Start Barnet’s approach to data collection and impact measurement. This will involve evaluating the way we work with families and young people, revisiting our theory of change and reviewing our use of the CRM system (Charity Log). This will enable us to make best use of the data available to inform us about work and drive a process of continual improvement.

The ideal candidate will enjoy managing, analysing and interpreting data in a clear and meaningful way. They will understand the strategic and operational need for evaluation in charities, will enjoy working with data and will be comfortable working with colleagues across the organisation.

 

Closing date: Sunday, 06 June 2021.