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Do you have a heart for mission and a head for project management? Do you want to use your skills to enable impactful culture change?
- Full-time, 35 hours a week
- Fixed term for three years
- Based at CMS House, Oxford, with up to two days’ flexibility for home working (currently CMS employees are working from home following government guidance, and will continue to do so until the government advises office working)
- Starting salary £37,885 with a generous pension contribution: up to 15 per cent employer contribution on annual salary
- We particularly welcome applications from women and/or individuals from minority groups as they are currently underrepresented within our organisation at this level. All appointments are made on merit of skill, experience and potential as laid down in the job description and person specification.
This is a stimulating new role for an experienced Change Project Manager. You’ll work closely with the People and Learning Director to project manage change across a diverse portfolio of work that will deliver the culture change required to ensure the success of CMS’s strategic plan. In particular, building an evidence-based learning culture that is inclusive, empowering and collaborative.
The successful candidate will have experience of successfully leading multiple projects from start to completion and proven experience of monitoring and evaluation processes and practice. They will be relational, influential and a self-starter.
It is also a requirement for this post holder to be a committed and practising Christian, enthusiastic about the aims and values of CMS.
Further details can be found in the job description and person specification available to download below.
Closing date for receipt of completed applications: Midnight on Sunday 27 February 2022
Interviews will take place on Tuesday 8 March 2022 at CMS House, Oxford.
Purpose of job
To project-manage change across a diverse portfolio of work that will deliver the culture change required to ensure the success of CMS’s strategic plan. In particular, building an evidence-based learning culture that is inclusive, empowering and collaborative.
The role will work closely with the Global People and Learning group. The nature of the role will entail highly collaborative working across the organisation: • all teams at CMS, working especially closely with directors and managers • external consultants or agencies as required (for example, commissioning evaluation reports) • line-manage the Learning and Change Officer (a new role to be recruited in a year’s time)
Provide project management expertise for the organisational development plan that will deliver the culture change to ensure the success of CMS’s strategic plan. This is a diverse portfolio of work, including diversity and inclusion, leadership development and other vital areas of culture change. It requires close collaboration with the HR and Learning managers in the team and working collaboratively across the organisation to effectively implement. • Enable the development of a learning and evidence-driven culture through projectmanaging CMS’s planning and reporting cycles and by building capability in teams and hubs so they can effectively monitor, evaluate and demonstrate impact. This may involve commissioning and project-managing specialist support where such need is identified, to ensure effective frameworks, systems and processes are in place. • Manage the approach to our internal communications planning, which includes identifying the requirements of internal communications channels (collaborating with ICT on implementation); reviewing requirements across CMS; and developing content and engagement strategies across these platforms with a focus on embedding the strategic direction and supporting change and culture work across the organisation. • Project-manage any changes that may be required relating to the governance and membership of CMS, ensuring excellent consultation processes are implemented for all stakeholders. • Provide project management expertise across CMS. This will include developing and maintaining appropriate project management tools and documentation to ensure the smooth and timely delivery of work packages; advising on project timelines and working with stakeholders to ensure the delivery of projects. • Project-manage any new projects, as required, that will support the delivery of CMS’s new strategic plan and effect the culture change required to ensure its success.
Ensure the safety and security, and respect the rights, of all staff, partners and supporters: o Understand and follow the CMS safeguarding policies. o Understand and follow the CMS GDPR policy. o Understand and follow security procedures for all materials and content that is made public, to keep mission personnel and strategic partners safe. • Carry out any additional duties commensurate with the role as required by your line manager.
Values and behaviours
All CMS line-managerial roles are expected to manage and lead in accord with CMS’s values and behaviours. In doing this, a CMS manager should display those managerial competencies and approaches which support these values and behaviours as well as the building of a culture which sustains the success of the new CMS strategy. In particular, CMS gives priority to: • Developing a learning culture • Developing a safe culture (which embeds safeguarding in all we do) • GDPR compliance • Cross-team working • Diversity and inclusion • Embedding mission spirituality across CMS • Empowerment and coaching
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Oxfordshire South and Vale Citizens Advice (OSAV CA)
Role: Deputy Director Finance & Administration
OSAV CA is a registered independent charity, we advise 9,000 people a year from 4 our Advice Centres, Abingdon, Didcot, Thame and Henley. Advice is provided by 120 volunteer advisers who are supported by 14 FTE staff. At present, our advice centres are partially open and most staff and advisers work from home.
You will be responsible for all aspects of our financial management including the budget, management accounts and financial statements, payroll processing and financial controls. You will also be responsible for our administrative systems.
We welcome applicants with a professional finance background, a relevant financial qualification, at least part qualified and with proven financial management and administrative experience.
We expect you to be fully committed to the aims and principles of Citizens Advice.
Precise working arrangements are open to negotiation.
Citizens Advice values diversity promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds from all sections of the community.
Closing date: Midday on 31st January 2022
Interview dates: 10th & 11th February 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
You’ve got experience of working in a CQC regulated activity setting and are now looking to use your drive, enthusiasm and great ideas to lead a team to deliver an excellent service in a fast-paced setting. All you need is the right environment to put your skills to great use. We think that Holder House – our newly renovated CQC Registered home - would be the perfect place to put your skills to use. Are you the Registered Manager it needs?
Richmond Fellowship is part of Recovery Focus, a national group of charities highly experienced in providing specialist support services to individuals and families living with the effects of mental ill health, drug and alcohol use, gambling and domestic violence. We know that recovery can look and feel very different to each and every one of us. But we also know that if we provide the right support, at the right time, we can inspire recovery nationwide and that recovery is possible for everyone.
Right now, we’re looking for a Registered Manager to join Holder House, our CQC Registered residential care service set in the leafy neighbourhood of Abingdon. The service provides care and support to 14 people from 18+ living with and recovering from enduring mental health issues. As well as putting their well-being and development at the centre of everything you do, you will be responsible for the operational management of the service, including service delivery within policies, procedures and quality standards. You will also make sure we comply with relevant legislation, manage the Team Manager, Senior Practitioner and Administrator, and help the Area Manager to prepare and deliver business plans and budgets. At our last CQC inspection, we were awarded a rating of “Good” and we would want you to work towards achieving “Outstanding” at our next inspection. You will also be monitoring compliance and reviewing the services we deliver and implementing changes to improve them.
You will need to be able demonstrate that you have the competencies it takes to manage a CQC regulated service. You should also either have achieved or be willing to work towards the QCF Level 5 (or equivalent) Management qualification as well as meet the standards required by CQC. You should have an up‐to‐date understanding of the recovery model and the ability to ensure the safe management and administration of medication. Outcome focused, with a collaborative and flexible approach, you're great at motivating and inspiring others, adept at managing conflicting priorities, negotiating with tact and diplomacy and have good investigation skills.
The salary for this post is £30,420 with progression to £31,928 (including Hotspot and Location Allowance).
This is a permanent full time position requiring the post holder to work 37.5 hours per week. The hours will be 9 to 5 Mon to Fri with some flexibility to work out of hours if there is a service need.
Please note, as this post will be working in a CQC Registered care home, the successful applicant must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, unless medically exempt.
Recovery Focus is committed to working towards equal opportunities and we select staff solely on merit irrespective of race, colour, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, social class, religious belief, disability or history of mental health or addiction problems. If you need support to apply for the role or adaptions at interview please contact the recruitment team to discuss.
It is a mandatory requirement of the application process for this post that candidates submit a CV and Supporting Statement, thus only candidates that provide this, and who meet the essential criteria within the person specification, will be considered for an interview.
This is a rolling recruitment process shortlisted candidates will be interviewed as and when they apply.
So, are you ready to take on this rewarding role that comes with some really great benefits?
Do you have the skills and experience to lead a team to achieve excellence in relational and trauma informed practice?
Barnardo's is seeking to recruit a dynamic and experienced Registered Manager to support the development and progression of the Summerfield residential children's home in Abingdon.
Summerfield provides a nurturing, caring, and safe home for six children and young people aged between 5 and 18 years. We support them to grow and learn, and to develop their skills, confidence, and independence. The children and young people who live with us at Summerfield have different learning, physical and emotional needs. Some children have high level complex needs, including health and social needs and behaviours that can challenge. Summerfield's vision is to build happy and healthy childhoods and support every child to thrive.
The staff team within Summerfield must be fully accepting of the children in our care; and be prepared to offer them a professional relationship based on love and acceptance and informed by our understanding of their individual needs, wishes, experiences and any past trauma. We are passionate about the children we care for, showing understanding, empathy, and consistency in our approach.
Within this role, the Registered Manager will provide robust leadership and management to the staff team, and will also:
* Ensure the care needs of the children and young people are understood and fully met;
* Maintain the highest level of safe practice within the home;
* Drive our vision of the service and have the passion and experience to see it succeed;
* Work with colleagues and partners to achieve the best outcomes for all children accessing Barnardo's services across Oxfordshire;
* Have proven leadership, management and safeguarding experience within a children's residential setting;
* Understand Ofsted regulations in relation to residential settings;
* Hold a relevant Level 5 qualification, or be willing to work toward it with Barnardo's support.
We are inviting applications from experienced managers or team managers looking to take the next step in their career. For more information or an informal conversation about the role, please contact Cara Atkinson ( [email protected] ) or Helen Boxall ( [email protected] ).
When completing your application please refer to your skills knowledge and experience in relation to the Person Specification, Job Description and Additional Information document (if applicable). This should be done with an understanding of the context of the service described.
At Barnardo's we believe in children - no matter who they are, what they have done or what they have been through. Please read about our basis and values following the link below. You will be asked questions relating to them as part of the recruitment process for this role.
Barnardo's is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce for staff and volunteers. We actively encourage applications from disabled, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic and male candidates as they are under-represented within Barnardo's.
Our basis and values