BS2, Bristol

£30,000 - £32,000 per year

Permanent, Full-time

About the organisation

One25 is a Bristol-based charity, specialising in enabling women to break free from street sex work, addiction and other life-controlling issue... Read more

Job Description

Are you an inspiring leader with excellent programme management and project start up skills, who can build partnerships, bring ideas to fruition and achieve the best outcomes for One25’s service users?  Following a period growth and in response to the needs of our service users, One25 is offering an exciting new opportunity. This new post will manage and deliver our newer programmes of work, expand our horizons and incubate new projects and partnerships, to meet unmet needs.

I feel incredibly inspired by working at One25, alongside an amazing team and incredible women. I envisage that I will be working at One25 for many years to come; it is such a wonderful place to be. - Current Manager at One25

You will join an excellent, high performing management team to manage our Pause and Peony programmes and a pilot MHCLG funded service, working to prevent street homelessness, all delivering support to vulnerable women.  You will have strong experience of managing cross-organisational teams and developing existing and new programmes and pilots, to provide excellent services in a relevant field. You will bring ideas, creativity, enthusiasm, and an entrepreneurial approach to One25, to work within a supportive team and organisation.

One25 is a Bristol based, registered charity (no.1062391) with an excellent reputation and Christian ethos, providing services for women trapped in street sex-work, vulnerable women and those who are building positive new lives.

It is an Occupational Requirement that applications for this post are open to women only, as permitted under Schedule 9, Part 1, of the Equality Act 2010. Enhanced DBS disclosure will be required.  We particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, as these groups are underrepresented in our workforce.