About the job
Salary: £10,400 per year
Hours: 16 hours per week
Contract: Fixed Term until 31st March 2023
Do you want to influence change and join a team working to reduce inequalities for families from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Groups and those facing the highest levels of deprivation? We are seeking two part time, 16 hour per week posts, for Flying Start Early Years Workers who will provide group sessions for families in the antenatal period and beyond as part of a pathway of targeted support. You will work as part of an integrated team aiming to ensure continued engagement and improved outcomes for children and families as part of a new project. Funding for the Starting Well Programme is from the Department of Health and Social Care.
The Early Years Alliance, working in partnership with Active Luton and Total Wellbeing, and others will provide a pathway of programmes aimed at giving the best possible start in life by reducing inequalities that some families face. The Health and Wellbeing Fund, based on the theme of ‘starting well’ aligns with the Flying Start vision of children having a ‘flying start’ in life, and focusses on:
- Boosting mental health for new and expectant mothers
- Improving the development of babies and children
- Giving people the best chance for a healthy start by preventing obesity and diabetes
A single point of access into the service will simplify the process for parents to access support at the right time and enable a partnership approach of service delivery.
To apply for this role please click on the link below.
Interviews will take place 22nd or 23rd March