The focus of the role is to effectively manage relationships and contracts with external suppliers (including procurement, reporting and managing exceptions) and to gather, analyse and disseminate data that demonstrates our impact and directs future developments.
The postholder will also have responsibility for increasing the understanding of and use of data in decision making across the organisation.
What we’re looking for:
You’ll have experience of gathering and using data to produce easily understandable reports that inform decision making and, ideally, experience of managing procurement processes and a sound understanding of the charity sector.
The ability to juggle competing demands on your time and to prioritise effectively is essential, and you must be a team player and capable of inspiring others to make data-driven decisions.
We're keen to speak to people who have experience of demonstrating the impact of services - from either the provider or the commissioner side.
In return we offer:
A salary of £28,732-£31,924 per annum (pro-rata) plus pension contributions of up to 10% and the chance to be part of a friendly, enthusiastic team who really care about what they do.
As an employer, we pride ourselves on a real commitment to work-life balance and flexibility. We already offer some working from home, which may increase once the long-term impact of Covid-19 is understood more fully.
How to apply:
If you like what you’ve heard please visit our website for further details and apply by 10th July 2020. Please note we do not accept CVs - we ask you to fill in our application form, paying particular attention to the personal statement
Interviews will be held on 7th August.
You can find out more about us on our website but if you’d like to know more about the role please call and ask for Juliet Smithson, Head of Operations.