iHV Training & Mental Health Team Administrator

0.8 FTE (30 hours per week)
1 year contract in the first instance with expectation of extension
Emsworth, Hampshire – working from home and local office base as required

Are you:

  • An ambitious administrator with an engaging online presence, looking for a stimulating and varied work opportunity?
  • Looking for an exciting role providing central support to a dynamic team providing nationally recognised training?
  • Organised and systematic in your approach to work and able to work remotely without direct supervision?

If yes, then come and join us.
This is an excellent opportunity to join the Institute of Health Visiting, the leading Centre of Excellence for health visiting, as our Training & Mental Health Team Administrator – to support the organisation of our training events and meetings, acting as technical coordinator (hosting online training events and Forum meetings), and providing specific support the mental health team and wider iHV team administrative activity. Provision of national training is an important function of the work undertaken by the Institute and provides important income for the iHV which is a charity.

This exciting post is offered to provide capacity to our virtual training events and meet the increased administration needs arising from the growing demand for our training programmes, while providing an opportunity for the right candidate to become part of the valued administration team at the Institute.

We are seeking applicants who enjoy varied work and are good self-starters with excellent personal drive. You will need to be able to work efficiently remotely without direct supervision, as well as collaboratively as part of a busy team in the office when needed. You will have experience in the use of online meeting platforms and a confident presence in the virtual space, as well as efficient administrative and organising skills using Microsoft Office applications.

As the Training & Mental Health Administrator, you will work alongside the current iHV Training Administrator and will oversee the day-to-day preparation for our regular multi-agency training events, ensuring that the systematic preparation and robust liaison with all parties supports training delivery at the highest standard by our trainers. A key part of the role is also providing technical coordination for our virtual training events. This hosting role is central to the success of our live online training and ensures a very positive training experience for the participants, where you will welcome them to the virtual space and assist with any issues.

The post will suit candidates who work are organised and systematic in their approach to work and are excellent communicators. Your work will support the roles of the iHV Head of Training and iHV Head of Mental Health, and you will be supported by a fantastic team including the iHV Training Programme Manager, iHV Training Administrator, iHV Perinatal & Infant Mental Health Lead and the wonderful iHV Professional Development Officers in the Mental Health team.

This post will offer the right candidate a unique opportunity to enjoy a job that provides a real variety of tasks, which contribute to the delivery of highly acclaimed and nationally recognised training, while working on alongside a really committed and dynamic team.

The iHV is seeking to appoint a lead officer for projects and evaluation working across the whole organisation, initially four days a week with the possibility of a fifth day contributing to delivering training.

The post holder, who will have minimum of a master’s degree and a strong research, education and contracting background, will be based at home, but must be prepared to travel across the UK and sometimes beyond.

The individual appointed will need to be dynamic, proactive, flexible and have significant professional credibility as well as being an excellent communicator and team player. They will carry out a range of work designed to enhance health visiting services. This will include, as a minimum, establishing an iHV evaluation function to support the organisation and its membership, preparing bids, interfacing with commissioners, project management and delivery, practice development, and report writing and publishing. They will work closely with the whole of the professional team, but in particular the research, innovation and education leads.

Applications close: 9:00am on Friday, 28 July 2017

Interviews: Thursday, 3 August 2017

 

An exciting and unique development opportunity is available with the Institute –  Research Assistant (Part-time).

We are seeking to appoint a part-time (2-days a week) Research Assistant.

The post holder will have a Masters’ degree or doctorate, be based in the South or East of England, and be prepared to travel within the post.

This post will suit a candidate who wants to have a research career as it provides excellent experience for a growing CV.

10-month fixed term contract in the first instance:  May/June 2017 – March/April 2018.

Applications close at 5pm on Friday, 28 April, 2017

For further information or an informal conversation about this post please contact: Dr Esther Mugweni: [email protected]

An exciting and unique development opportunity has arisen with the Institute – Professional Development Officer, Perinatal and Infant Mental Health, South of England.

The iHV is seeking to appoint a part-time (2 days a week) health visitor expert in perinatal and infant mental health to work with them supporting training and various other related projects, as well as covering some national meetings.

The post holder, who will have a Masters’ degree, will be based in the south and will be prepared to travel within the post. They will ideally be an iHV infant and perinatal mental health champion, have broad experience in these fields, with additional research experience and/or iHV Fellowship an advantage.

Applications close: 5pm on Friday, 10 March 2017

Interviews: Friday, 17 March 2017

An exciting and unique development opportunity is available with the Institute –  Research Lead (Part-time).

We are seeking to appoint a part-time (0.6 FTE, 3-days a week) Research Lead.  The Research Lead will take responsibility for the development of a new research department within the iHV and the delivery of the Institute’s research strategy.

The post holder will have a doctorate and be an experienced researcher in the fields of child and public health.

Applications close at 9am on Monday 31 October 2016.

Interviews: Morning of Thursday 10 November 2016, in London

For further information or an informal conversation about this post please contact

Dr Cheryll Adams on – 07712 678281 or [email protected]

The closing date for applications for this exciting and unique development opportunity as Research Lead (Part-time) with the Institute is getting closer – 9am Monday 25 April.  So miss out on this fantastic opportunity.

We are seeking to appoint a part-time (initially 2 ½ days a week) Research Lead.  The Research Lead will take responsibility for the development of a new research department within the iHV and the delivery of the Institute’s research strategy.

The post holder will have a doctorate and be an experienced researcher in the fields of child and public health.

The interview date for this exciting post has been changed to Friday 13 May, with the closing date for applications remaining as 9am Monday 25 April.

 

An exciting and unique development opportunity is available with the Institute –  Research Lead (Part-time).

We are seeking to appoint a part-time (initially 2 ½ days a week) Research Lead.  The Research Lead will take responsibility for the development of a new research department within the iHV and the delivery of the Institute’s research strategy.

The post holder will have a doctorate and be an experienced researcher in the fields of child and public health.