Covid Champions Project Lead

Contract Type: 
Full time
Application deadline: 
Monday, 30 November, 2020 - 12:00
Fixed Salary
Pro Rata
Pioneering Care Partnership
Key Role
To effectively and efficiently mobilise, deliver and sustain a new Covid Community Champion service in the Borough of Stockton.
To identify key community champion volunteers to promote Covid Public Health messages to the right people at the right time using the right method to suit their needs.  
To train and support the volunteer champions to act as a conduit between Public Health and the community they represent by identifying barriers aligned to the Covid restrictions and working with the community and Public Health to come up with solutions to break down those barriers.
To develop and maintain various communication and support methods including WhatsApp, Webinars, phone calls, text etc.
To successfully line manage project teams and support achievement of performance targets and milestones in-line with commissioner, funder and PCP expectations.
To support the growth and development of PCP projects as appropriate.
Job Description
1. To manage and develop Covid Community Champions to act as a conduit between Stockton-on-Tees communities and Public Health Stockton-on-Tees.
2. To identify, develop and maintain communication methods which best suit the communities identified.
3. To ensure that projects meet the needs of residents through applying an asset based community development approach drawing on existing community strengths to build stronger, more sustainable communities for the future.
4. To performance manage allocated projects and complete all necessary reporting requirements in relation to allocated contracts. 
5. To successfully manage project staff and resources allocated to project delivery.
6. To ensure continuous improvement and develop projects in line with best practice, quality standards and local opportunities.
7. To maintain effective links with commissioners, partners and related organisations.
8. To ensure effective performance management to agreed indicators.
9. Enabling and empowering teams to ensure performance targets are met and progress reported to relevant funders/commissioners in a timely manner.
10. To conduct research, gather intelligence and respond to any trends or gaps identified.
11. To ensure effective data recording and management systems are in place and adhered to at all times.
12. To contribute to the planning, development, management and sustainability of projects in conjunction with the Project Development Manager.
13. To ensure that the project has an appropriate communications strategy and maximise
PR and marketing opportunities.
14. To be an ambassador for PCP and represent the organisation at a number of different forums and events.
1. To effectively demonstrate and carry out this line management role in line with the organisations core values.
2. To provide line management and coaching support to employees, adhering to PCP’s policies
and procedures.
3. To be responsible for the collation of appropriate monitoring and evaluation information to support the achievement of agreed targets and outcomes within the project or service.
4. To provide accurate and timely internal and external reports as required.
5. To liaise with relevant teams to ensure that opportunities are maximised for service users/clients. 
6. To adhere with financial processes and procedures and ensure that all resources purchased are within the allocated cost code budget(s).
7. To work to develop and apply appropriate monitoring, evaluation and quality tools in accordance with the quarterly performance monitoring procedures.
8. To ensure quality standards are developed and maintained.
9. To recruit, support, train and motivate staff and volunteers as required.
10.  To comply with PCP policy & procedures.
11.  To monitor and maintain health and safety and security within the workplace.
12.  To undertake any training and development deemed appropriate.
13.  To undertake any other such duties required by your Line Manager or the Chief