Please note: TinyLife have a policy on the 'Recruitment of ex-offenders' policy, and this is available upon request. TinyLife have a policy on 'Handling, storage, and disposal of Disclosure information' and this can be available upon request.
develop, manage, and promote fundraising events to maximise fundraising income and raise awareness of the charity.
Being an ambassador for TinyLife by promoting awareness in preschools, early years settings and primary schools of the future needs of those born prematurely when they reach school age. This will include passionately influencing schools to be part of the project by organising information sessions / workshops; supporting teachers to access and complete the PRISM training (and other school staff); encouraging and supporting schools to adopt the Prem Aware Kite Mark.
Providing effective administration support to the Head of Operations and Family Support Team to ensure compliance and service excellence
TinyLife are recruiting five Family Visitors to deliver a home-based education program – one Family Visitor per Health and Social Care Trust (BHSCT, NHSCT, WHSCT, SEHSCT and SHSCT)
TinyLife are recruiting for a Family Support Team Leader
Plan, prepare and facilitate the delivery of local support groups, baby massage sessions and other bespoke tailored support
Assist with Administrative duties across the Finance and Fundraising Departments
Develop TinyLife’s online presence and digital footprint, raising the profile and promoting activities for the Family Support, Fundraising Department & CEO office through digital platforms
Develop strategic partnerships and build strong professional links with external stakeholders (organisations, individuals, politicians and their staff, committee members, public servants across relevant Government Departments and other agencies) to build the profile of TinyLife