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Margaret Carey Foundation
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Bradford, West Yorkshire
£35,000 - £37,000 per year
Permanent, Part-time
This recruiter is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. So apply now!
Job description

In 2020 the Margaret Carey Foundation (MCF) will celebrate it’s 10th anniversary and the Board of Trustees are looking to appoint an individual to lead the organisation in to its next decade, sustaining the successes achieved so far and developing it for future success.  The role presents an exciting opportunity to shape and lead the operating model and strategy of MCF whilst maintaining oversight of all operational aspects of our current projects and ensuring that sufficient funds are secured to sustain MCF in challenging and uncertain times.

The MCF is a small charity that works both within the criminal justice system and the community to give offenders the chance to help others and learn new skills that will contribute to their rehabilitation.  Our mission is to provide training opportunities, resources and environments that support rehabilitation of people in prisons in order to help break the cycle of re-offending as well as undertaking preventative work in the community. 

We meet our charitable aims through bicycle repair and maintenance workshops in prisons and community based projects where we work with adults and young offenders as well as with socially disadvantaged and marginalised adults and young people. 


  • Managing the organisation as a whole, including all income, fundraising, expenditure and financial related matters, risk, governance and performance ensuring the organisation meets all its legal and regulatory requirements, including meeting responsibilities as an employer
  • Working with the Board of Trustees to deliver the MCF strategy, identifying opportunities for further growth and delivering a sustainable long-term future for MCF
  • Ensure all MCF projects meet the requirements of the project funder and have sustainable resource plans in place to enable project delivery
  • Provide leadership and effective line management of direct reports and create and sustain a cohesive and collaborative team (employees and volunteers) working together to support and deliver the charitable aims of MCF
  • Ensure clear lines of accountability and responsibility across the team which foster and maintain effective working relationships for MCF
  • Responsible for ensuring full and accurate reporting, including the preparation of an annual report and financial accounts
  • Have regard for the benefits of an effective social media policy and approach
  • Maintain a proactive relationship with the Chair and Board of Trustees
  • Maintain relationships with MCF prison workshops, providing necessary support and input for the effective operation of the prison based projects
  • Establish and maintain effective contacts with beneficiary charities and ensure any goods donated by MCF are properly distributed to those in need  
  • Ensure all fundraising applications are line with MCF charitable aims and strategic objectives
  • Be alert to and proactively identify sources of additional funding opportunities and establish MCF-wide strategy for pursuing additional funding
  • Be alert to and proactively identify sources of bikes and wheelchairs to ensure sustainable levels of stock for MCF projects


  • Have proven experience of leading a small organisation and experience of leading an organisation through change
  • Proven people leadership experience and capabilities
  • Experience of developing and implementing strategic, business and operational plans
  • Knowledge of small charity sector and how it works is desirable but not essential
  • Record of managing successful projects, small businesses or social enterprises.
  • An understanding of and respect for the organisation’s core values, including empathy in relation to prisoners and offenders on community payback schemes
  • Experience of developing relationships with a range of diverse stakeholders and work effectively with people in a variety of organisations  
  • Experience of financial management and budget responsibilities
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Refreshed on: 25 February 2020
Closing date: 27 March 2020
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