Salary: c.£55,000 plus lease car and benefits
Location: Northern Ireland, Wales and Isle of Man
Hours: 28 hours per week
Contract Type: Permanent
The Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association has an exciting opportunity for a Head of Regional Care Partnerships to work across Northern Ireland Wales & Isle of Man. The role will be home-based in Northern Ireland with regular travel within the designated regions.
This role comes with home working allowance benefit, plus lease car.
About the role
The Head of Regional Care Partnerships is a critical role, accountable for improving MND care and supporting people with MND across the designated regions, putting people with and affected by MND at the heart of everything we do.
You will lead a high impact regional plan in the context of the Association's strategic framework that is aligned to regional needs, ensuring a coordinated approach, and realising the full potential of Association's resources.
Leading and developing a high performing team through the matrix management of Association staff and volunteers within the region, ensuring a well-coordinated approach to all regional activities is a critical part of this role.
What are we looking for?
It is essential to this role that the successful candidate possesses significant experience of people management, ideally working within a 'matrix' environment, with strong focus on performance management and performance improvement.
This role requires the ability to think strategically and manage a large and complex workload with many competing demands. We are seeking an individual who can work in a fast-paced environment, with the ability to this strategically and who has a proactive approach to problem solving.
Your key skills will include:
- Experience of planning and managing budgets
- Excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills
- Ability to develop relationships and influence at a senior level
- Proven team leadership skills and people management experience
Please view the attached job description for the full requirements of the role.
Regular travel between designated areas is essential.
How to apply?
We would love to hear from you and encourage early applications.
If this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you, apply online now and submit a supporting statement and CV.
The MND Association was founded in 1979. Our mission is to improve care and support for people with MND, their families and carers. We also fund and promote research that leads to new understanding and treatments and brings us closer to a cure for MND. The Association also campaigns and raises awareness so the needs of people with MND, and everyone who cares for them, are recognised and addressed by wider society.
We operate an agile working environment within a flexible office space using the latest technology and digital infrastructure. This, together with a high level of trust and performance driven culture, gives staff the freedom and flexibility to work in the best way for them, the Association and, most importantly, people with MND.
We are committed to equality and value diversity. We are working hard to remove perceived and actual barriers to participation for people with and affected by MND, current and future staff, volunteers and stakeholders.
The MND Association operates an Agile working culture and therefore we are open to discussing the possibility of variable hours, remote or home working, flexible start and finish times etc.
Please submit your application as soon as possible; due to the high volumes of applications we receive, we reserve the right to close any adverts before the closing date once we have received sufficient applications.
Our selection process will be multi-stage; this may include video call screening, psychometric assessments, and competency-based interview/s.
We request that recruitment agencies do not contact us in relation to this role. We work hard to fill our roles directly and if assistance is required, we operate a PSL, which currently closed for review. We do not accept speculative CVs from recruitment agencies/ headhunters.