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Deafconnect
Northampton 15.1 miles
Competitive
We are looking for a Chief Executive Officer to lead our committed, enthusiastic team into the next phase, developing services and income.
Healthwatch Milton Keynes
MK14, Milton Keynes 1.33 miles
£11,200 per year
We're seeking an experienced and dynamic individual to join Healthwatch Milton Keynes as Project Coordinator of Enter and View Programmes.
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Northampton, Northamptonshire 15.1 miles
Competitive
Permanent, Contract, Full-time
Job description

Ensure that Deafconnect provides a high-quality range of projects/services for Deaf and hard of hearing people of all ages in line with need from the communities.

Ensure that Deafconnect services meet the standards required by all relevant, current legislation and the funding organisations for each project. 

To take a strategic and developmental role in identifying potential opportunities for Deafconnect to generate income for the provision of service and take responsibility for the ongoing improvement and development of services.

To provide senior management to all Deafconnect staff

To work closely with the Board of Trustees, provide regular reports and additional information as required.

Principal Accountabilities

MANAGEMENT OF SERVICE PROVISION / DEVELOPMENT

1. Manage projects and services – Ensure discussion with clients/service users takes place, in order to identify need and develop the project plan. Ensure funding is secured, to enable set-up and development of projects that will improve opportunities for Deaf and hard of hearing people. Provide ongoing management and development support for all projects through team leaders and staff.

2 Develop Partnerships - To take a leading role in the identification, negotiation and development of partnership arrangements with other voluntary and statutory agencies to enable joint provision of service where appropriate. To provide advice and assistance to these partners.

3. Funding Opportunities

a. To actively seek out funding opportunities to generate income via funding applications, tenders for contracts and trading. 

b. Write and prepare a range of tenders and proposals to statutory bodies as appropriate, and communicate with organisations/agencies throughout the duration of application.

c. To submit funding applications to Trusts and other funding bodies.  To take an innovative and creative approach to service development and bid writing.

d. To liaise with the Board of Trustees as required to develop proposals ensuring bids have a strategic fit with the organisation and are operationally deliverable.

e. To keep up-to-date with best practice in developments regarding new sources of income.

f. To understand public sector commissioners’ aims and work with them to identify need in the Deaf and hard of hearing communities and assist in the development of the funded service.

4. Research current political and social developments which may have a bearing on service development and funding for the future

5. Ensure that progress is tracked and accurate records of funding applications are maintained. Ensure that management information is provided in order to assist understanding of achievement against service development income targets and strategic objectives.

6. Attend relevant funding events and report back to the Board of Trustees as appropriate. 

7. Undertake consultation exercises as required to inform service design and funding proposals.

8. To network and attend meetings as appropriate to establish good business relationships with a broad network of professional and non-professional clients

9. Represent the organisation and its objectives at meetings and in links with external agencies, advocating the merits of the organisation in a positive manner at all times.

MANAGEMENT OF STAFF

1. Provide line management to Senior staff including personal supervision and performance reviews, to ensure highest standards of professional practice. To oversee the management of team members.

2. To be involved in the recruitment of new staff

3. To promote an effective team environment, ensuring that team meetings are well led, and ensuring effective communication and information exchange between team members.

4. To ensure that all staff have relevant training for their job responsibilities and that all training is up to date.

COMMUNITY CENTRE

1. To be responsible to Northampton Borough Council for the maintenance and development of the Community Centre

2. To manage the community centre ensuring engagement with the local community, working with community groups and local officers including the Police.

3. Ensure that the community centre is effectively marketed and publicised to enable the covering of costs through group bookings.

GENERAL

1. To be accountable for finance – ensuring creation, monitoring and control of the relevant budgets and accounts. Taking appropriate action, and keeping the Board of Trustees updated at Board meetings and other times as appropriate.

2. Undertake, or delegate, as appropriate, presentations to groups to enhance awareness of Deafconnect’s projects and services for Deaf people.

3. Co-ordinate and submit regular and timely reports in relation to service contracts, grant awards etc., liaising closely to maintain ongoing positive relationships. 

4. To be accountable for the planning, development and implementation of effective quality assurance systems and provide reports and updates to the Board of Trustees as required.

5. To be self-sufficient with administration tasks, utilising I.T. and data bases accordingly.

6. To improve skills and knowledge by participating in personal development as appropriate and attend relevant training courses and other events

7. To market and promote services for Deaf People in accordance with the Deafconnect mission statement, advocating the merits of the organisation in a positive manner at all times.

8. To work in accordance with all organisational policies and practices and ensure that such are up to date.

9. Undertake any other duties as may be required within the scope of the post and participate as necessary in corporate initiatives and projects.

Person Specification Form

Essential Knowledge

Of tendering and procurement processes

Of equal opportunities

Of Health and safety especially safeguarding and loan working

An awareness of Deaf issues and the needs of Deaf people 

Of recording and monitoring statistical information

Essential Skills

Ability to promote and market the services provided and the organisation as a whole.

Able to present to audiences of varied levels and professionals

Good written and IT skills and effective report writing

Ability to set up and establish projects

Able to manage and supervise a team of people

To be able to create a working budget and monitor the finances against these budgets

Essential Experience

Of Managing and developing a service

Of recruitment & selection

Of service development

Of dealing with employee relation issues

Of working to and within budgets

Of community development work

Of facilitation/group work

Of developing and managing projects

Of partnership working with statutory and voluntary organisations at a senior level

Of submitting tenders

A good track record of income generation

Of managing a team

Desirable Experience 

Of Managing and developing a service for Deaf and hard of hearing people

Of working with user representatives

Of dealing with employee relation issues

Of managing a servicedelivery contracts

Essential Personal Qualities

Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with all people

To have a flexible attitude and an ability to organise and prioritise own workload, working to deadlines and managing competing priorities.

Ability to work both as part of a team and alone

Able to network and build good relationships

A positive approach to work

A creative approach – to be able to think out of the box

Desirable Personal Qualities 

To be a problem solver

Essential Qualifications

British Sign Language to at least level 2.

English GCSE C and above

Circumstances

Able to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends, as dictated by the needs of the job

Able to travel freely and maintain flexibility in terms of working location

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Refreshed on: 14 February 2020
Closing date: 06 March 2020
Tags: Senior Management,Business Development

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