Right to Succeed brings the community together to transform outcomes for children because we believe every child deserves the right to succeed, no matter where they live.
Right to Succeed is a fast-growing charity making the transition from start-up to a sustainable, impactful organisation. It was founded in March 2015, and takes a collective approach to creating positive change for children, working to generate place-based change in the most left behind communities nationally. Everyone who works with and for our charity is dedicated to trying to solve the challenges and overcoming the barriers, bringing together local and national partners to overcome the barriers that are preventing children living in poverty doing well at school and beyond.
Travel to London, the North West and other parts of UK
At this exciting time, as we are continuing to grow and scale our work, we are looking for an ambitious and highly credible senior leader who will bring significant strategic leadership, ideally within a fast-growing organisation, and enjoys an ambassadorial role including with key members of the Government.
You will bring experience of serving on boards, with the ability to lead a high performing board and support new Trustees. You will bring personal gravitas and offer strong networking capabilities to benefit the work of the organisation. Most importantly, you will be committed to delivering meaningful outcomes for disadvantaged children.
For more information about the organisation and this critical opportunity, and to find out how to apply, please find the appointment brief below.
Right to Succeed is committed to achieve greater diversity in its board, and welcome applications regardless of sex, gender, race, age, sexuality, belief or disability.
For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Lottie Wihl or Camille Revuelta at Prospectus via email at Lottie Wihl or Camille Revuelta.
Deadline for applications: Sunday 19 July
Interviews with Prospectus: w/c 27 July & w/c 3 August
Final Panel with Right to Succeed: w/c 7 September