Job Title: Managing Director of CoramBAAF
Reporting to: Group Chief Executive
Accountable to: Board of CoramBAAF and group Children’s Services Committee
- CoramBAAF Director of Research, Policy and Development
- CoramBAAF Fostering, Adoption and Kinship Care Consultants (3)
- CoramBAAF Head of Member Services
- CoramBAAF Manager of Training and Advice
- CoramBAAF Publications Manager
- Projects/programmes as assigned
Salary Range: c.£68k
About Coram and CoramBAAF
Coram is a progressive and responsive group of children’s charities, which draws upon a distinguished history and reputation for contemporary practice in creating better chances for children. With some 700 staff, a distinctive headquarters near King’s Cross and service delivery teams across the UK, the Coram group works across the care, welfare, rights and education of children. Coram strives to be a credible, respectful, professional, dynamic and committed organisation and these values infuse all we do to promote resilience for children.
With a 40 year history, CoramBAAF is the leading professional membership body in the UK for adoption and fostering practice. It is dedicated to improving the outcomes of children and young people in care by supporting the UK wide community of agencies which work with them. CoramBAAF is accountable to its own Board of Directors and operates to support and represent members, champion best practice and provide high quality and authoritative policy and practice guidance, advice, training and resources.
About the Role
This role reports to the CEO and provides operational leadership to CoramBAAF as the leading national professional membership body for adoption and fostering and works with colleagues in Coram-I and Impact and Evaluation and Coram International to further Coram’s vision for a national centre of excellence for children.
It is particularly suitable for an enterprising multi-functional leader with strategic commercial expertise in consultancy subscription or membership areans, fluent in policy and practice in family placement, and with the personal leadership authority and credibility to secure change in systems, processes and delivery methods.
The team is distributed and currently remote working; a hybrid work pattern including some attendance at the Coram Campus in London WC1 is anticipated for the future.
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For more information about the main duties and responsibilities of this role please refer to the job description and person specification.
Closing date: 9am, Wednesday 28th October 2020
Interview Date: 2 stage interview process – week commencing 3rd November 2020
Candidates will have the choice of whether interviews take place virtually (via Teams or Zoom) or face to face.
Coram is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We are committed to the safeguarding of children and will require the successful applicant to undertake an enhanced check from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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