We have an exciting opportunity for a female CEO to represent an organisation externally, ensure financial sustainability and work towards reaching its vision for a world in which survivors are free from the fear and experience of sexual violence, and supported when it does occur.
This post is restricted to women applicants only and is exempt under Schedule 9, part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.
Location: Oxford with some flexibility to work from home
Salary: £50k - £55k
Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week
Benefits: 28 days of annual leave (up to 33 with long service), we offer a 5% pension contribution, enhanced sickness and parental leave pay, regular clinical supervision, Employee Assistance Programme, and a generous training budget to support your learning and development.
Please note that interviews will be taking place on a rolling basis so apply early to avoid disappointment
About the role:
Join a team of dynamic, caring and committed women, working together to make a difference to survivors of sexual violence in Oxfordshire.
You will lead the charity in the strategic development of its vision of a world in which survivors are free from the fear and experience of sexual violence, and the effective delivery of its services, maintaining the commitment of staff and the mission and ethos of the organisation.
Duties and key responsibilities include:
- Vision and leadership
- Relationship management
- Organisational management
- Line Management of Staff
The ideal candidate will have experience of managing people, will be a strategic thinker and have an understanding of the impacts of sexual violence on survivors and the wider community. Knowledge of potential funding sources and the current funding environment for charitable organisations, including commissioning and sector wide opportunities, is essential.
You will have:
- Relevant experience in the not-for-profit sector
- Managing service delivery within a voluntary, or community or statutory setting
- Leading organisations with multiple stakeholders and relationships
- Leadership and line management of staff, building effective teams and managing complex situations
- Developing strategy and communicating it clearly by setting a clear direction
- Strategic and Business Development planning and implementing organisational change
- Oversight of financial management systems and budgets
To apply please provide a copy of your CV and a covering letter (max. 2000 words) detailing how you meet the person criteria for the role.
Other roles you may have experience of could include: CEO, Chief Executive, Chief Executive Officer, Interim CEO, Interim Chief Executive, Interim Chief Executive Officer, COO, Managing Director, Head of, Director, Assistant CEO, Assistant Chief Executive, Assistant Chief Executive Officer.