Right to Succeed is a fast-growing national charity, working to deliver place-based and educational change in the most disadvantaged communities. Together, alongside their local and national partners, Right to Succeed delivers coordinated, impactful programmes aimed at improving outcomes for vulnerable children and young people, their families and wider communities. We are now recruiting an inspiring new Programme Director to oversee and manage the discovery phase of a whole system improvement programme in two of Liverpool City Region’s most left behind communities.
As a Programme Director in the Liverpool City Region, you will lead the initial discovery phase of the programme, working alongside multiple agencies, research professionals and stakeholder groups to create and maintain the conditions required for an effective, collective place-based change approach. You will support and build the capacity of residents in selected communities, in order to develop a long-term, place-based vision designed to improve children’s capability, wellbeing and access to opportunities. You will represent the programme externally, and will provide key programmatic insight to the wider Senior Executive team in order to shape broader organisational strategy, and ultimately lead to effective, tailored programmatic delivery across the wide range of communities that we serve.
To apply for this pivotal role, you must have significant experience of building, developing and delivering impactful programmes and interventions, ideally working collectively with colleagues in the community and public sector spaces. You must be an exceptional communicator, skilled at conveying strategic vision, and building and maintaining relationships with a range of stakeholders, including those at a senior level. You must have experience of monitoring and evaluating complex programmes, and reporting on key outcomes for funders. Overall, you will be an ambassadorial, participative, values-led leader, passionate about ensuring high quality programmes to improve outcomes for vulnerable children, young people, families and communities.
To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit your CV and a 2-page maximum supporting statement via Charity Job by 9am on Monday 10th May.
Please note this is initially a 12 month fixed term contract, subject to funding.
Depending on Covid-19 restrictions, this role may initially need to be home-based but will be based with the team in the Merseyside area, location to be confirmed.
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