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Fantastic opportunity to grow the strategic, financial and delivery capacity of an east end charity, which makes a real difference in empowering communities to actively to reduce health inequalities.
Are you passionate about making a practical difference towards reducing health inequalities – working alongside and empowering diverse communities? Do you have the skills to grow, manage, develop and deliver multiple projects across several boroughs? Are you able to lead and inspire project delivery teams across London?
We are looking for someone to be part of our senior management team, support with the strategic leadership of the charity and develop new business and fundraising opportunities to strengthen our work. We particularly welcome applications from people from ethnic minority backgrounds, women and people with disabilities.
Job title:Programme Manager
Salary range:£30,000 - £32,000 pro rata per annum depending on experience
Hours:21hours a week (pay is pro rata)
Accountable to:Kye Lockwood, CEO
We are looking for an experienced Programme Manager with business development and fundraising experience. The post-holder will be responsible for providing operational, financial and leadership accountability for the Peoples Health and Community Partners programmes. The Programme Manager will manage the delivery and development of multiple projects across several boroughs, groups and areas of practice. Key factors for success in this role are
·Ensuring contracted outcomes are delivered with professionalism, meet contracted quality and resource requirements, and are aligned with Social Action for Health’s values
·The opportunity for participant and staff engagement is maximized
·Developing successful grant funding relationships and applications
·Identifying and securing new revenue streams
·Managing a small team of dedicated project managers and delivery staff
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities
Technical Knowledge and Experience
How to apply
Please apply online through Charity Job and include:
·Your up to date C.V. This should include contact details of two referees. Please also include any social media details that you are happy for us to review.
·A supporting statement that explains how your skills, experience and personal qualities make you suitable for the role, using specific examples where appropriate. Your supporting statement should be between 500 – 1000 words. Also, please confirm that you are entitled to work in the UK.
We will not take up references ahead of interview.
Deadline for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Thursday 13th December 2018. Interviews will be held at our Hackney office on Thursday 20th December 2018.
We will contact you by 5pm on Friday 14th December to let you know if you have been called for interview.
For an informal chat about the role please telephone Kye Lockwood.