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SINCE 9/11, Remote
£60,000 per year
SINCE 9/11 are seeking a dynamic and driven leader to manage the charity through its next phase of development
Posted today Quick Apply
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Reset Communities and Refugees, Remote
£55,000 per year
Leading Reset's programmes, you will manage two teams, build relationships across Whitehall and with funders, and develop our training offer
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Nottingham Mencap, Nottingham (On-site)
£46,592 (£53,872 fte)
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£34,877 - £40,023 per year (pro-rata)
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Remote
£60,000 per year
Full-time
Permanent
Job description

We are delighted to announce we are recruiting for a special someone to be the next Charity Director of SINCE 9/11.

The Charity Director will be responsible for managing the charity on a day to day basis throughout its next phase of development: developing and implementing the strategy for the organisation, building its capability to deliver this strategy through fundraising activities and putting in place a small team; driving awareness of the SINCE 9/11 Education Programme among key audiences and overseeing the financial administration of the charity, in line with the goals set out by the charity trustees.

CHARITY DIRECTOR ROLE OVERVIEW

This is an important and exciting time for the charity. More than 20 years after the horrific events of 9/11, with our acclaimed SINCE 9/11 education programmes for schools (developed by the world no.1 UCL Institute of Education) and our strategy and vision for the future both now in place, we want to drive the charity even further forward.

Our work remains as important as ever, teaching young people across the UK – who weren’t even born in September 2001 – about the events, causes and consequences of 9/11 and subsequent terrorist atrocities.

In a world where extremism and terrorism pose a huge risk, both to life and to the pluralist ideals of democratic societies, SINCE 9/11 seeks to lead the way in educating young people and steering society towards a more peaceful and tolerant future. In order to do so, we are now seeking a talented, driven and engaging leader who can take our charity to the next level. We believe that we have a high-quality programme to take into schools and other settings working with young people; our challenge now is to ensure that our programme reaches as many schools as possible. 

We therefore need a leader who is confident and creative in building relationships with schools, academy trusts, local authorities, subject associations and teaching unions; someone who is familiar with the national education environment. Supported by a high-profile and committed board, our new director will be tasked with putting all of their energy into building those relationships and ensuring that we have a step change in the number of young people accessing our programme. 

We believe that doing so will bring us long term financial sustainability and thus the ability to grow and develop our programmes further. In the tough operating environment, with schools currently facing many challenges of their own, we know this will be no easy task. The Board will be ready and willing to support you in any way that we can, as we recognise that appointing a dynamic, committed director is crucial to a continuing successful future for SINCE 9/11.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Peter Rosengard (Chair and Founder)
Matthew Hartley (Vice Chair)
Lady Lucy French OBE
Professor Colin Diamond CBE
Sir Anthony Seldon
Dame Sally Coates
Dame Cressida Dick
Ishtiaq Hussain OBE

THE PROCESS

To apply for the role, please submit a CV and covering letter of no more than two pages setting out why you are applying for the role.

Key dates are as follows:

  • Tuesday 2nd April (midday): closing date for applications
  • Monday 8th April: first round interview
  • Monday 15th April: second round interview
Application resources
Posted on: 04 March 2024
Closing date: 02 April 2024 at 12:00
Job ref: Charity Director 2024
Tags: Senior Management

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