- 2 High Street, Perth, PH1 5PH
- £45,349 - £48,840 per year
- Contract Type:
- Fixed Term
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 36 hours per week
Whole Family Wellbeing Programme Manager (Fixed Term until 31 March 2026) - PKC09397
£45,349 - £48,840
2 High Street, Perth
In this role, you will lead the successful planning and implementation of Whole Family Wellbeing (WFW) transformation providing early help and non-stigmatising supports for families in Perth and Kinross. Crucial to this role is leading on consultation and engagement, coordination and involvement in the co-design and development of services using the national principles for holistic whole family support.
Co-ordination and supporting engagement and co-design with communities and other relevant stakeholders is a significant part of this role. This will involve working in close partnership with communities and the project leads of work streams covering a number of related agendas to dovetail the planning and implementation of a range of early intervention supports for families; namely the Poverty Agenda, Additional Support Needs, Community Mental Health, The Promise and the Tayside Collaborative.
The post will support the aims of the local plan submitted to Scottish Government and there is a requirement to liaise with projects already in progress across Perth and Kinross through a range of stakeholders and services.
In addition to whole family wellbeing transformation, this role includes future planning for the provision of early intervention services by having a thorough understanding of local need and the ability to analyse the current and emerging data to make longer term recommendations about future service demand.
Evaluating and monitoring service changes with a view to mainstreaming budgets to secure the right services in the future is a significant part of this post.
This project will be closely monitored by the Programme Board and the Scottish Government so regular high quality reporting will be part of this role.
This post is currently hybrid working, but is based at 2 High Street, Perth as part of the Improvement Team.
Educated to degree level, you will have a wide range of project management skills, experience of collaborative working and co-production with a variety of partners, in particular communities. You will have knowledge and experience of the policy objectives of the Whole Family Wellbeing Fund.
Excellent communication and engagement skills are necessary for this post as this role involves liaising with families, communities and with partner agencies.
You must have the ability to communicate efficiently and effectively both in writing and verbally to ensure developments and progress is collated, shared and monitored with all relevant stakeholders, and that strong links are maintained with the other workstreams already in place or emerging.
You will be experienced in developing performance management objectives and evaluating projects / programme progress, compiling and analysing relevant data. It is desirable to have an understanding of Service Design principles and a willingness to participate in training.
Working with partners you will be expected to help identify and co-ordinate new opportunities to meet the objectives of the Programme.
A good understanding of working in a local authority/public sector organisation and contract development would be an asset.
You will facilitate and chair regular partnership group meetings.
You will set up and maintain the programme risk register and mitigations log.
For an informal discussion about this post please contact Sharon Cooper at SCooper@pkc.gov.uk or Paul Davison at PDavison @pkc.gov.uk
When completing your application for this post, please ensure that you provide contact details (including e-mail addresses) for two referees. One should be your current or most recent employer.
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