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Community Hub Manager and Early Years Lead

Holyrood Academy
Chard, Somerset
Contract Type
Fixed term contract
Part Time
Start Date
As Soon As Possible
27th November 2023 09:00 AM
Contract Type
Fixed term contract
Job ID
Suitable for
Other Graduates
Job Reference
Start Date
As Soon As Possible
  • Contract Type :Fixed term contract
  • Contract Length: 12 mths in first instance
  • Suitable for: Other Graduates
  • Job ID: 1384647

Required: January 2024

Fixed for 12 months in the first instance

Hours: 25 per week (Monday to Friday), Core hours 10am - 2pm and then 5 flexible to meet demands of the Centre.  All year round,  25 days holiday pro rata (17 days) plus public holidays

Holyrood exists to serve its community as such we are very excited to be working in partnership with Chard Community Hub and to be able to advertise this exciting post of Centre Manager and Early Years Lead.

This role will be pivotal not only in ensuring that the Community Hub's premises are led and managed effectively, but most importantly this role is being established to champion pregnant mothers, babies and children in their early years. We seek to enhance the antenatal, perinatal and early years offer in Chard so that all families have access to excellent provision in these areas. Our aim is to provide all children with the skills and experiences they need to succeed at school, from the earliest possible stage, so that all children in our area succeed. This is a role that is all about getting the parents and young people of Chard what they need to thrive and excel!

We are looking for an experienced early years or health professional who is driven to work with schools, early year settings, voluntary, health, community, faith and social enterprise sector, universal and public services to provide the wrap-around support that local residents and families need.

Closing Date: 9am on Monday 27th November

Interview date: Monday 4th December 2023


Safeguarding Statement:

Holyrood Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.   Safeguarding is our most important responsibility as a school.  Happy and healthy students who are free from harm,  are more likely to be successful throughout their education and thrive on their journey towards adulthood.

As part of our due diligence process when shortlisting, we may carry out an online search of publicly available material to identify any incidents or issues which we might want to explore with the applicant at interview.

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