Lambeth, Greater London
£43,000 - £50,000 per year (full-time equivalent)
Permanent, Contract, Part-time, 28 hrs per week (could extend to 35 hrs pending funding), Full-time
Job description
 
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Deputy CEO & Head of Programmes 

We are looking for an energetic, positive and ambitious person with an established track record. Someone who is absolutely committed to our mission and values and  excited by the opportunity to grow the charity with us in our Senior Management Team.

About you: An experienced leader, bringing excellent interpersonal, project management, and line management skills, and able to motivate your team to deliver high quality projects and engagement. Innovative, authentic, adaptable and action orientated. you have excellent communication skills and an ability to build strong relationships across a complex range of stakeholders. Most importantly, you agree with and live our values, have personal integrity and an absolute commitment to diversity, and anti-oppressive practice, in particular anti-racism.

  • you have a high level of knowledge and understanding about diversity and can demonstrate how you work to eradicate oppression throughout your career

  • you have excellent interpersonal skills, calm under pressure, and have a high level of social and emotional intelligence. You are empathic, fair and kind, and can relate and connect with people from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences

  • you are ambitious, and you thrive working in fast paced environments, getting stuck in, solving problems and you love to work in a place where you can influence growth and innovation

  • you will relish the challenge and autonomy this role presents, and in getting involved with all aspects of a young charity, by putting processes, manuals and systems in place to support our growth

  • you really understand coproduction, collaborative working, and are excited to work alongside young people and our staff team, sharing decisions and budgets 

  • you are passionate about social justice, opening opportunities for young people and ‘going the extra mile’ to demonstrate that you care to young people and to those in our team

More information can be found in the applicant pack.

How to Apply: Please send a CV and letter (2 sides of A4 maximum) outlining why you would like to apply for the role at Peer Power, demonstrating how you meet each of the essential criteria and personal qualities on the role description – this will be used for shortlisting.  If you meet any of the desirable criteria, please also indicate this too. 

Important: Please indicate in your application the date at which you are available to start work, (subject to references and employment checks) 

The deadline for applications is Monday 18th January 2021 at 12pm Noon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PEER POWER YOUTH

We are an empathy-led social justice charity

We partner with children, teenagers and young adults who have experienced injustice, abu... Read more

Posted on: 29 December 2020
Closed date: 18 January 2021
Job ref: DepCeo
Tags: Senior Management, Management

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