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Leicester, Leicester (Hybrid)
£45,000 - £50,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

POST TITLE: Chief Executive

BASE Leicester and Leicestershire

SALARY £45,000 - £50,000 depending on experience

RESPONSIBLE TO Board of Trustees

RESPONSIBLE FOR Leading and managing Women’s Aid Leicestershire Ltd

HOURS OF WORK 37 hours per week, Monday-Friday

MAIN TASKS To provide leadership to the organisation and to promote the mission, aims, values and business objectivesof WALL and to work on behalf of the Board to develop and implement the business plan to ensure the ongoing sustainability, growth and success of WALL.

To ensure that the people who use our services are placed at the heart of everything WALL does.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

Strategic

  • To assist the Board in developing the organisation’s strategic and business plans and policies and to lead their implementation.
  • To develop new business opportunities for the organisation across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
  • To keep up to date with new developments in the fields of domestic abuse and sexual violence and ensure that the organisation can respond rapidly to them.
  • To develop WALL’s public profile. To influence key stakeholders, lobby and develop or maintain good relationships with funders, public bodies, charities and private sector agencies as well as the general public.
  • To ensure the organisation’s corporate policies and practices are up to date and that the organisation is managed in line with current best practice.
  • To take overall responsibility for achieving, monitoring and reporting on performance against targets in all areas of WALL activities, taking action as required.

Leadership and management

  • To lead the organisation, working with the Senior Management Team to ensure the organisation’s mission is delivered, statutory and regulatory duties are observed and that strategic and operational objectives are timely, clear, relevant and are implemented.
  • To support and service the Board providing them with timely, relevant and transparent information and supporting the Chair in further developing the Board and its role.
  • To work with the Finance Manager to formulate the annual budget, ensure that quarterly financial management information is provided to the Board and Senior Management Team, to monitor performance against budgets on a monthly basis and take necessary corrective action.
  • To ensure that a risk management policy is in place and that the risk register is maintained and reviewed ensuring that WALL’s assets and reputation are protected.
  • To lead the organisation and manage direct reports effectively, providing supervision, support, development and annual appraisal for all direct reports and ensuring they do so for all staff.
  • To ensure the staff structure and accountabilities develop in line with the business so that all members of the staff understand their key role and accountability to the Board via line management.
  • To develop and drive a culture which motivates all staff to continually improve and provide a high-quality service to clients.
  • To ensure compliance with employment and equality legislation and accepted good practice.

Governance

  • Support the Chair to enable the Board to fulfil its statutory responsibilities and exercise effective control of WALL affairs.
  • To ensure at all times the Board operates within statutory and organisation approved frameworks, requirements and guidelines.
  • Report to the Board on progress against key strategic objectives, providing information and updating on organisational performance.
  • To advise the Board in all aspects of leading the organisation including short and long term strategic planning for the financial welfare of WALL, human resources management, fundraising and profile raising, resources and service and performance measurement.
  • Promote good governance.

Public relations / ambassadorial

  • To be a principal spokesperson for WALL in all media, promoting its mission, aims, values and business objectives.
  • Maintain a high public profile influencing stakeholders and developing good relationships with partners, stakeholders as well as clients and the general public.
  • Advocate and campaign to ensure the needs of our clients are understood and that services and systems meet these needs.
  • Promote a strong and positive image of WALL which increases our visibility and influence.
  • Develop an influential network and establish sound working relationships to promote joint multi-agency working.

General

  • To undertake training and personal development activities as may be appropriate for the enhancement of the service and the continued professional development of the postholder.
  • To participate in regular supervision and annual appraisal with the Chair of the Board.
  • To ensure that all staff, clients, partners, volunteers and Trustees are respected and valued.
  • To maintain the required level of confidentiality.
  • To undertake other related duties that the Board of Trustees deems appropriate or necessary.
  • To keep up to date with national and local government legislation, practice and decisions pertinent to WALL and to be informed of developments in the sector.

Please note that an essential element of the role is that you are visible and accessible to staff within the organisation and as such you will be required to attend the offices/refugesfor a minimum of three days per week, quarterly Trustee meetings, subcommittee meetings and strategy days.

This job description forms part of the contract of employment and may change at the discretion of the Chair and the Board if appropriate to the role.

Application Instructions

To apply, please email Gemma Reeve and request the application pack

Posted on: 26 July 2022
Closing date: 09 August 2022 at 14:00
Job ref: CEO
Tags: Management,Social Work

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