Birmingham, West Midlands
£44,786 per year
Contract, Full-time
Job description

Head of Multiple Disadvantage

Salary: £44,786
Responsible to: BVSC Director
Location: BVSC, 138 Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 6DR
Hours of work: 35 per week
Duration: Fixed Contract until June 2022 (with potential for extension)

We are looking for a skilled professional who is ready to take the lead as Head of Multiple Disadvantage. As Head of Multiple Disadvantage you will be a critical member of our senior management team, joining a team of active changemakers.

You will be playing a pivotal role in informing the way Birmingham works with people experiencing multiple disadvantage.

Birmingham Changing Futures Together are committed to working with experts by experience in order to transform the way services are commissioned, and make service delivery more effective. As Head of Multiple Disadvantage, you will be confident in your ability to work alongside a diverse and vibrant range of people with a range or experiences and backgrounds.

In this role, you will be leading in the delivery of the business and systems change action plan, as well as the rebuilding process following the Covid crisis. You will be expertly line managing your team, encouraging development and well-being.

As Head of Multiple Disadvantage, you will use your financial skills to directly manage budgets and provide strategic oversight for delegated budgets, as well as ensuring that quarterly outcomes are met.

As Head of Multiple Disadvantage, you will play a pivotal role in engaging with local, regional, and national stakeholders. As part of the National Fulfilling Lives programme, you will be a sector leader, active in advocating for systems change, working towards achieving the local and national programme outcomes.

We are looking for candidates that can demonstrate the following BVSC organisational values:

Commitment: Making a positive difference through passion, innovation and social action.

Collaboration: Connecting people and organisations to work together to improve lives.

Inclusion: Empowering and involving everyone in creating a fair and equitable Birmingham.

Integrity: Building trust through delivering excellent outcomes.

 

Closing date Wednesday 20th January 2020 at 10am

Interviews will be conducted Via Zoom

 

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Posted on: 21 December 2020
Closed date: 20 January 2021
Job ref: 250
Tags: Project Management

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