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Moray Area, IV30 1BX
£35,588.80 - £38,717.90 per year
Contract Type:
Position Type:
Full Time
36.25 hours per week

Job Description

To co-ordinate the School aged Childcare (breakfast, after school and holiday provision ) element of the Progress to Parents project. The Progress for Parents team is funded by Scottish Government. This project will support parents in our local communities to access School aged Childcare provision. School aged childcare has been identified as a barrier for parents to participate in learning, training or work opportunities. Overall, the aim of this project is to support parents into learning and work, increase household income and ultimately reduce child poverty rates.


The project supports the following family types:


  • Lone parents
  • Families with a disabled parent or child
  • Families with three or more children
  • Minority Ethnic Families
  • Families where the youngest child is under 1 year of age
  • Families where the parents are under 25


This is a temporary funded post until end of March 2024, but likely to be extended. There is an option to take this as a secondment opportunity.


Provide comprehensive co-ordination and delivery of the project with all key stakeholders

Support and build the capacity of School aged Childcare Provision in Moray

Develop and maintain key information and quality systems

Monitoring and evaluation of the project 

The Individual

Experience of working with stakeholders from public, private and third sector

Knowledge and understanding of grant-funded projects

Competent knowledge of Microsoft packages Word and Excel and client information databases

Experience of working with one of more of the following: adults with disabilities, mental health issues, unemployed, household with children in poverty, low skilled and underemployed.

Educated to Degree level (SCQF level 9 or above) and/or equivalent work experience

Evidence of Continuing Professional Development

Good communication skills both written and oral

Ability to work calmly and efficiently under pressure

Confidence and ability to work with a minimum of supervision and using own initiative

Effective time management skills

Team worker

Financial management and project development skills

Ability to relate to people at all levels

Appreciation, acceptance and commitment to the importance of confidentiality

Ability to work in an open place office

Ability to work in different offices dependent on service requirements

Willingness to work flexible hours to meet the needs of the service

Closing Date: 28 November 2023

Starting Salary: £35,588.80

£18.88 per hour

36.25 hours per week

For further information contact: Amy Cruickshank,

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