Bolton Parent Infant Mental Health (PIMH) Co-ordinator

NJC Scale 12 – 20 (currently £21,589 – £25,295)

36 hours per week

Post initially funded until December 2021, continuation subject to funding

Closing date: 5pm Wednesday 5th February 2020

Interviews: Thursday 20th February 2020

Home-Start Oldham, Stockport and Tameside (HOST) is a registered charity committed to promoting the welfare of families. HOST is working in Bolton to establish and deliver the new PIMH peer support service for parents with children aged 0-2.

We are looking for a new PIMH Co-ordinator to join our team and build on our existing PIMH work in Tameside and Stockport to deliver a new service for parents in Bolton.

The successful candidate will work closely with colleagues from Parent Infant Mental Health Services and from Maternity, Health Visiting, and Children’s Services and with a wide range parents with children aged 0-2. They will be responsible for recruiting, training and managing a team of volunteers and for promoting parent infant mental health across the borough.

An understanding of the risks of developing poor mental health in the 0-2 period, known as 1001 critical days, is essential, as is a flexible approach to work and ability to travel.  Parenting experience is required for this role.

The post holder will be expected to travel across Bolton and to attend the main office in Tameside regularly.

To apply for this role please read our Application Guidance Notes and complete the Application Form and Monitoring Form.

Supporting documents:

Bolton PIMH Job Description

Bolton PIMH Person Specification

Return your completed form to us by :


Post: Home-Start HOST, Ryecroft Hall, Manchester Road, Audenshaw, M34 5ZJ

For an informal chat about this post please phone the office on 0161 344 0669 and ask for Sarah Cook or Nancy Bradshaw

HOST is committed to equality of opportunity and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. All post holders are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and an enhanced DBS check.