West London, London
£47000.00 - £52000.00 per annum
over 1 year ago
TPP are working with a well established Community transport organisation to recruit a Deputy Chief Executive Officer.
Vital transport services are provided to its group membership and to over 4000 individuals with mobility difficulties. They work closely with local communities, residents and local voluntary organisations to make a difference.
They are a well established Social Enterprise turning over £2M+, they have a team of 63 staff and 30 volunteers, a purpose-built headquarters and a fleet of over 60 vehicles.
The Deputy Chief Executive Officer is being recruited to help lead and develop the organisation into the future. As part of the ongoing growth, the organisation is looking to increase its Social Enterprise credentials through income generation, developing commercial opportunities by utilising its offer more effectively, and the new Deputy Chief Executive Officer will play a key supporting role in driving this initiative.
Reporting directly to the CEO, the post holder will be expected to work closely with the Management Team and take on an overarching day-to-day responsibility for management, implementation and development of day to day Service Delivery and supporting functions to include HR, Policy & Procedures, Governance and Business Opportunities. An entrepreneurial, collaborative and inclusive working style and attitude will be essential. A key element of the role will be to deputise in the absence of CEO.
Experience and skills to include:
*Working at senior management level within one of the following: voluntary, public or business sectors
*A demonstrable ability to commit to and to serve an organisation and all its stakeholders in line with its core values and brand
*A demonstrable ability and willingness to work with and for the CEO and Trustees in the implementation and development of the organisation's stated aims and delivery model(s)
*Staff management and ability to provide effective leadership at operational level
*Personnel management and understanding of employment law and HR best practice
*Financial management abilities to include costing, monitoring and reporting
*Working with a Management Board/Committee of Directors, Governors or Trustees
*Policy implementation with a demonstrable ability to take the lead in initiating, reviewing and redrafting supporting documents and procedures
*Ability to think, act and communicate strategically and creatively in a personable manner
*An energy and passion for improving the lives of disadvantaged individuals and communities
If this roles sounds interesting to you please get in touch ASAP!
To apply for this opportunity, please email your CV to our office & Specialist support team. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.