About Share and Repair:
Share and Repair is a small but dynamic Charity Incorporated Organisation (CIO) which aims to change mindsets and behaviour through the promotion of sharing and repairing to reduce carbon emissions and build cohesive communities. We currently run four main activities: Repair Cafes (‘Mend it, don’t end it’); a Library of Things (‘Borrow don’t buy’); HOW TO Workshops to empower individuals (‘Do more yourself’) and HomeKit (supporting low income families in a new home). All activities have a positive environmental impact and we are passionate about reducing spending and landfill. We aim to provide services for all age groups and local communities. We have a small number of part-time paid staff and a large group of talented, enthusiastic volunteers.
We started in 2017 with Repair Cafes as a Community Organisation, became a charity in 2020 and opened a shop in central Bath. The shop is home for our Library of Things but we also run regular repair sessions, provide information on all our services and want to develop this space. The HOW TO Workshops (HTW), currently include HOW TO use a sewing machine, HOW TO use power and hand tools, HOW TO maintain a bike and HOW RO do visible darning and often run alongside one of our Repair Cafés. HomeKit supports new households with ‘starter’ small electrical household equipment. These events and activities build skills and help to generate cohesive communities, as well as the reduction of manufacturing, waste to landfill, and spending.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone to use their skills and experience to make a difference locally and nationally to the community and environment.
Job Description – Director
This is a new role and big step for the organisation as we make a significant change from start up into our growth phase. The primary responsibility of the Director will be to deliver, maintain and build sustainable organisational growth.
You will be responsible for the following areas:
Implementation of our 3 year growth Strategy including detailed annual planning and expansion of our services
Marketing and communications - internally and externally to grow our membership and reach
People management and development, including resource planning
Shaping, implementing and strengthening the charity’s policies, processes, management and infrastructure to support its continued growth and impact
Finance – management and accounts, and budget generation
Fundraising and other income generating activities
Overseeing the operation of our Library of Things, Repair Cafes and other projects
Premises and facilities management
Project oversight and development
You will lead or be responsible for delivering the following activities,
Develop and implement the Year 1 of our 3 year growth strategy in line with our vision.
Marketing, Social Media, Public Relations and Communications
Oversee the promotion of our activities across all media channels to enable our growth
Lead the social media & publicity team.
Ensure that internal communication, particularly to our volunteers is regular, relevant and effective to develop their engagement
Ensure that the charity’s work and its Vision are consistently presented in strong, positive images to all relevant stakeholders, including potential funders.
Alongside the Trustees and volunteers to lead the fundraising to deliver our three year strategy by:
identifying funding sources,
establishing strategies to approach funders,
submitting proposals and administering fundraising records and documentation.
Advocacy, Partnership & Business Development
Develop support for Share and Repair along with progressing and maintaining senior level contacts; develop partnerships with supporters and donors.
Represent the charity in a networking capacity, seeking out and investing in beneficial partnerships with other environmental organisations - charities, local authorities and schools.
Lead the management and growth of our activities including the Library of Things, Repair Cafes, Home Kit and HOW TO Workshops and other projects in line with our vision and strategy.
Effective budget planning and control covering all income and expenditure.
Human Resource Management
The management and effective deployment of two part-time General Managers, 150+ volunteers, other freelance staff and interns.
Implement HR processes covering performance management and appraisal.
Forward resource planning in line with our strategy.
Salary: £32,000 - 37,500 per annum depending on experience.
Contract: Fixed term 12 months. This is a new role.
Working hours: Full-time position, 37.5 hours per week. This includes some evenings and weekends.
Location: Based in our Shop in central Bath and remote working. There will be some local travel in support of our Workshops and Repair Cafes and other objectives.
Reporting to: Chair and Board of Trustees
Recruitment timeline: Applications close on Friday 1st April 2022, 5pm. Email CV and cover letter to: email@example.com
32,000 - 37,500 per annum depending on experience
Full-time position, 37.5 hours per week. This includes some evenings and weekends
Full time fixed term (12 months)
Based in our Shop in central Bath and remote working. There will be some local travel in support of our Workshops and Repair Cafes and other objectives.
Friday, 1 April 2022