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WellChild, Cheltenham
Circa £46,000 per year
A unique and exciting opportunity has arisen to deliver WellChild’s flagship charitable programmes as our Director of Programmes.
Posted 5 days ago
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The Sutton Trust, Greater London
£34,000 per year
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CPRE London, London
£45,000 per year pro rata (3 day week)
Want to lead one of London's most influential environmental charities? Can you strengthen our role, extend our networks & grow our impact?
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Brentry & Henbury Children's Centre, BS10 6RG
£40,254 - £46,264 per year
Brentry & Henbury Children's Centre is looking to recruit a new Director to lead the organisation in achieving its aims.
Posted 1 day ago
Closing soon
The Access Project, EC1A, London
£50,000 - £60,000 per year (including £3,000 London Weighting)
Partnerships and Communications Director
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Pregnancy Centres Network, Remote
£40,000 FTE
Seeking a talented leader who is passionate to help Christians give non-directive support for all facing unplanned pregnancy/pregnancy loss.
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The Diana Award, London
£36,000 per year
We are looking for someone passionate about youth-led social action to join our Programmes Directorate
Posted 2 weeks ago
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The Diana Award, London
£36,000 per year
We are looking for someone passionate about mentoring & supporting young people to reach their potential to join our Programmes Directorate
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Hackney Migrant Centre, London
£42,363
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Florence Nightingale Foundation, Multiple Locations
£62,000 - £68,000 per year
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Southall Black Sisters, Southall
£60,000 - £65,000 per year
There is a director-shaped hole at Southall Black Sisters. Will you be the one to fill it?
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Closing soon
Sustrans, London
£57,697 per annum plus a London Weighting allowance of £3,995 pa
Posted 2 weeks ago
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Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Circa £46,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

A unique and exciting opportunity has arisen for an innovative, resourceful and determined individual to join our high-profile and fast-paced organisation, and deliver WellChild’s flagship charitable programmes as our Director of Programmes. 

This is a diverse and challenging role responsible for the planning, implementation, delivery, day-to-day management and on-going development of the majority of the organisation’s direct charitable programmes, services and campaigns – putting key areas of the WellChild strategy into practice in a challenging post-pandemic environment. As an ambassador for the organisation, this role leads on strategic external relationships, staying on top of current issues which impact families, and acts as a champion for children’s voices to be heard at the highest level.

The successful candidate will be an exceptional leader with the vision and ability to inspire, manage and develop teams. You will have outstanding communication skills, be able to develop strong and positive relationships, work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders, and represent and advocate at the highest levels and with key decision makers.

Experience of working at a senior strategic level within the health, social care, teaching, public health or charitable (or similar) environment combined with the knowledge and understanding of current issues, policy and priorities relating to children’s health and social care, is essential for this role.

As a member of the Senior Management Team (comprising CEO and three other Directors), the Director of Programmes helps to set organisational strategy, define areas of growth, and evaluate impact, and contributes to cross-functional problem-solving to ensure progress towards organisational goals. The role interacts with the Board of Trustees at quarterly meetings and has regular contact with external stakeholders, so you will also be experienced in working as part of a successful and progressive leadership team and have the ability to build and maintain relationships and trust quickly and effectively.

For the full job details please see the Job description and Person specification for this post.

Posted on: 14 January 2022
Closing date: 07 February 2022
Tags: Senior Management

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