Chief Executive Officer
The Chief Executive will be responsible to the Trustees to promote the aims and objectives of the centre. They will provide the public face for campaigns and build relationships with stakeholders in politics, the media and business. They will play a key role in providing leadership to the staff and report to the Trustees where appropriate.
Substantial management experience in a corporate, local government or third sector environment
Track record of effective leadership
Financial and commercial awareness
Ability to collate complex information, prepare and write reports
Effective communicator and speaker
Familiarity with Charity Commission Requirements
Management and oversight of all activities within the Centre, on behalf of the Trustees.
Preparation of monthly reports for the Trustees.
Work with the Treasurer, to oversee letting of office accommodation and leases and dealing with tenants.
Liaise with the Chair of the Trustees to prepare the agenda for Trustees meetings.
Representing the Centre at meetings with service commissioners, conferences, County Hall meetings, Health and Social Services, other providers and other third sector organisations.
- Liaising with patrons.
- Interviews with media organisations local papers, etc.
- Deliver presentations of the Centre’s work.
Support fundraising for projects, in conjunction with the Administrative officer.
Monitor contract activities and reporting activities, and liaise with funders and commissioners.
Liaise with the Trustees to ensure that the activities within the centre meet necessary requirements in respect of Health and Safety and facilities meet the needs of our clients and tenants.
Approximately two half days per week.
Four Trustee meetings per annum (evenings) and an AGM.
Application Deadline: 30/04/2021
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: £6,000.00 per year
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to apply.