Carers Support Centre (CSC), is a charity which has built up an excellent reputation providing innovative and creative support, information and advice to unpaid carers living in the Bristol and South Gloucestershire areas for the last 25 years.
With the retirement of the current Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the charity is now seeking to appoint a CEO to provide dynamic leadership, direction and innovation to CSC, enabling the achievement of its strategic aims and objectives. The Chief Executive will spearhead new strategic initiatives, in conjunction with the Senior Management Team, to enable CSC to identify and action new opportunities that will drive the organisation forward in an increasingly competitive environment, all the time being led by the needs of carers.
The successful candidate will be an ambassador for both the organisation and unpaid carers, cultivating positive relationships across a broad range of stakeholders and increasing the profile and impact of CSC.
The new CEO will have a high degree of empathy and emotional intelligence to lead an experienced, dedicated and highly motivated team. They will have proven leadership and management experience in the delivery of an organisation’s strategy and demonstrable success in managing growth. The individual will be knowledgeable about UK Charity legislation and sustainable financial management.
The post holder will have excellent communication skills and the ability to use their own initiative, prioritise their workload and work to tight deadlines. You will be a forward thinking, committed and passionate individual with a true belief in the ethos of the charity and the services they offer.
To request a recruitment pack, please e-mail Mary Whittington, Chair of Trustees, email@example.com
Closing date for applications: Midnight Sunday 14th January 2024
Provisional interview dates: Wednesday 24th/Thursday 25th January 2024
Chief Executive Officer
£50,000 - £55,000 per annum
37.5 hours per week
Hybrid working (home and office based)
Sunday, 14 January 2024