The incoming Director of Safety4Sisters will provide strategic direction, be a motivating and inclusive leader, and effectively campaign for policy change at a local, regional and national level. This is an exciting time to lead our small but committed and dynamic organisation and to take overall responsibility of the management of the charity, with full support from the senior management team and trustee board.
In the last few years, Safety4Sisters have experienced rapid growth and diversification of our services, as well as achieving charitable status. We are currently looking at our strategic priorities and our organisational structure to ensure that we are able to meet the needs of the women and children that we support, as well as campaign for their rights, for as long as we’re needed. The incoming Director will have a key role to play in navigating this next phase of our work by building a long-term vision for S4S – as well as putting it into action.
We think it is crucially important that our staff team reflects the diversity of the women that we support. In our recruitment to this role we are therefore actively prioritising women who are from racialised and minoritised communities and/or who have lived experience of going through the UK immigration system.
To apply to this role, please send an up-to-date CV and cover letter (no more than two sides of A4), tailored to the person specification and job description. Please clearly outline how you meet the person specification to ensure the greatest chance of being invited to interview.
If you would like an informal discussion about this role, please arrange a time to discuss the role with our Chair of trustees, Lynne Fanthome. Further details about how you can contact Lynne are available on the attached document.
The deadline for application to this role is 5pm on Monday 20th June.