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Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity
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£80,000 - £100,000 per year
Chief Executive for Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity
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Birmingham, West Midlands
£80,000 - £100,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
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Job description

Chief Executive

SF Executive are proud to be working with the Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity to find the organisation an inspirational and commercially driven Chief Executive.

The Charity is proud to support Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, the only Trust of its kind in the country. With more than 641,000 patient visits each year, their team works tirelessly to provide the very best treatment and support to women, children and families. Their patients experience some of the most advanced treatments, complex surgical procedures and compassionate care.

Together they strive to always be at the forefront of what is possible.

Thanks to their dedicated supporters and fundraising team, the Charity has been able to help the Trust make a real difference to all who use their services. This vital support has meant the Trust has been able to introduce new technologies and equipment, undertake cutting-edge research and provide the best possible experience and healing environment for children, young people, women and families.

The Role

Based in Birmingham, the Chief Executive is responsible for leading the development and delivery of the Charity’s long-term strategy and for the operational management of the Charity. The role leads on ensuring that the Charity delivers as effectively as possible its annual targets, raising significant income for Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and for research that seeks to improve the lives of women, children and young people, in Birmingham, the UK and across the world.

Leadership & team working

  • To provide outstanding leadership, modelling the Charity’s values, to motivate staff, volunteers, donors, partners and other stakeholders to deliver the vision and mission.
  • To lead the Charity ensuring targets and objectives are met whilst creating a culture that embraces the Charity’s and the Trust’s values and attracts, develops, rewards and motivates staff and volunteers.
  • To oversee performance management by ensuring all staff have annual objectives and appraisals, developing skills and expertise to ensure implementation and adherence to values and standards.
  • To ensure effective team working both within the Charity but also between the Charity and the Trust.

Strategy & business development

  • To lead on the development and delivery of the strategic plan and provide direction and leadership for overall planning, implementation and monitoring of the Charity’s activities.
  • To act in a liaison role between the Charity and Trust, and with other partners where appropriate, to ensure strong and aligned partnerships that inform the Charity’s strategy and seeks to best serve beneficiaries.
  • To develop and deliver plans to achieve or exceed annual fundraising targets in line with the agreed long-term strategy and cash flow, whilst ensuring all fundraising activities are delivered in line with the Charity’s commitment to best practice and high ethical standards, building trust and confidence amongst donors, other stakeholders and the general public.

Delivery of operational excellence

  • To ensure that a key set of metrics are developed to help track the development and growth of the business and this data is used as part of a continual improvement process to deliver expected outcomes.
  • To effectively manage the resources provided by the Charity for the operation of the fundraising team; overseeing the overall financial management/control of the Charity, including financial planning, reporting, budgeting and asset management, ensuring a cost-conscious culture is embedded across the organisation at all times.
  • To ensure that leadership, systems and processes are in place to deliver excellent project management and to deliver agreed budgets, plans and objectives.
  • To work with the Trust to provide accountability to donors and Trustees, ensuring charitable funds are spent in line with the intention of donors and/or Trustees, to have the greatest impact for beneficiaries.
  • To develop a set of outcome measures that provides to demonstrate the clinical, social and economic impact of the funds that have been invested into the Trust by the Charity.

Governance

  • To develop a mutually trusting and effective working relationship with Trustees.
  • Together with the Group Company Secretary, ensure the Charity delivers great governance and high ethical standards in all it does, ensuring its legal obligations are met in compliance with all Charity, company and other relevant law and good practice guidelines.
  • Together with the Group Company Secretary, ensure systems and structures are in place to enable the Trustees to fulfil their legal and governance obligations, providing them with accurate information and advice to enable them to make informed decisions so that they conduct their role in accordance with the law, Charity Commission requirements and the Charity’s own constitution.

Stakeholder engagement & communication

  • Building effective relationships across a wide range of stakeholders to ensure effective and timely communication – including but not limited to the Trust, key donors, prospective donors, local businesses, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and other key influencers.
  • To champion a marketing and communications strategy that seeks to communicate engaging and motivating messages both internally and externally for the Charity and the Trust, demonstrating the impact of charitable funds and the need for continued support.

Brand profile and reputation

  • To protect and develop the Charity brand, further building the national and international profile of the Charity as a values-led organisation with high ethical standards and integrity.
  • To act as key representative for the Charity at internal and external meetings and events, acting as a spokesperson for the Charity where appropriate.
  • To contribute to donor and partner relationships at the highest level, working with relevant teams to identify and where appropriate lead on approaches to high value potential supporters and ensuring the Charity delivers best practice stewardship for all supporters.

Using diversity and inclusion to drive improvement

  • Build on our current approach to diversity and inclusion to drive value through:
    • Increasing the scope of the existing supporter base.
    • Attracting and retaining talent within the teams you lead.
    • Establishing clear inclusion diversity and inclusion goals that are targeted to growth priorities.

The Person

The blend of experience we’d want to see in shortlisted candidates would be as follows –

  • Experience of management and leadership responsibility at CEO or Senior Director level
  • Experience of developing and implementing organisational strategies in changing external environments.
  • A strong track record of leading a senior leadership team in setting and delivering a strategy.
  • Evidence of effective working as a member of a team, with the ability to ensure full stakeholder engagement and the ability to secure the commitment of other key organisations, agencies and individuals to work together to achieve shared goals.
  • Experience of setting, managing and controlling large budgets.
  • Experience of motivating, developing and empowering teams to exceed objectives, whilst ensuring individuals across an organisation feel valued and are helped and supported to develop and fulfil their own personal aspirations and potential.
  • Experience in leading engagement across diverse stakeholder groups.
  • Excellent communication skills, able to connect and engage with a wide range of people 1-2-1, in small groups and with large audiences.
  • Understanding of operating in a regulated, highly public and transparent environment.
  • Experience of leading and successfully delivering significant fundraising or income generating strategies, involving high level relationship management experience (ideally including within the Charity sector).
  • Passionate about continuous improvement in ways of working, always seeking to question, challenge and innovate, seeking to learn from others where best practice exists.
  • Demonstrates a commitment to great governance, high ethical standards, honesty and integrity.
  • A track record of promoting sand supporting diversity in teams that you have led.
  • Degree level education or equivalent.

In Summary

This is a hugely rare opportunity to make a difference to an organisation at a pivotal stage of its development.

As a value based organisation it’s really important the successful candidate shares the Trust’s and Charity’s values.

This doesn’t necessarily mean somebody from an NHS, public sector or fundraising background. Instead what is most important is that we find somebody whose leadership practice can role model and promote the Trust values of ambition, bravery and compassion. These were developed by our staff and are an important part of how they deliver their services, whatever they may be. A key element of the successful candidates’ leadership approach will be to value, engage in, support and promote inclusion and diversity both within the team but more widely across all aspects of the business.

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Refreshed on: 25 January 2021
Closing date: 14 February 2021
Tags: Fundraising,Senior Management
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