Inspiring Scotland have an exciting opportunity for a motivated, relationship driven, results focused individual to join the Perinatal and Infant Mental Health team on a 10-month Maternity Cover contract.
Supporting the Scottish Government and wider PIMH sector, the post holder will be responsible for delivery of the new Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Fund and wider programme development.
The Development Executive will be required to lead by example, be enthusiastic and pragmatic, give honest views, build supporting trusting relationships with the Perinatal and Infant Mental Health charities and work closely with the Scottish Government Policy Team and wider Inspiring Scotland team to deliver this important programme of work.
The role would suit a skilled and experienced professional with a good understanding of and empathy towards perinatal and infant mental health. High levels of emotional intelligence and people skills are also essential, as are project development and support skills, and experience of working with charities and third sector organisations to drive social change.
Starting from the end of June 2020 (or earlier if possible), the role includes a competitive benefits package. You can download full information and a job description here.
Please email your covering letter and CV before 12pm on Monday 25 May to email@example.com
Interviews will be held via video call on Thursday 28 May.
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