£37k - 44k per year + + salary supplement
Social Care Team
almost 3 years ago
Wakefield/ Doncaster/ Sheffield with some home working
£37,000-£44,000 per annum plus possible salary supplement of up to £3,000
Is a job which involves influencing major decisions and developing service managers an ideal role for you? Are you looking to be a part of a dynamic, growing and innovative charity?
VoiceAbility support people who face disadvantage or discrimination to have a voice and be heard. They provide a range of services that promote choice, independence and empowerment to all vulnerable people. As a charity, they work hard to deliver high quality and ethical services across the organisation; with exceptional values paving the way and a strong mission that all staff who are employed by VoiceAbility believe in.
VoiceAbility have a clear 2-year operational strategy and a strong strategic plan taking them to the end of the decade which includes; continuous service improvements, leading the way in advocacy and user involvement programs and staff development and investment. They seek a motivational, positive leader as their new Regional Manager to lead their North teams.
About the role
The Regional Manager role is varied and challenging; you will be responsible for the overall operations of the North teams and spend time developing and mentoring the Service Managers in order for them to lead their individual teams. You will report directly into the Deputy CEO and work collaboratively with the organisations other regional managers to ensure consistency of service delivery across the country. As part of this job, you will have the chance to influence key decisions across the charity ensuring that any changes or new ideas have a direct positive impact on the service users and the charity as a whole.
This is a very autonomous role where you will be given the freedom to steer and manage your teams, using the array of skills and experience you join VoiceAbility with, ensuring that you operate within the charities policy and practice framework.
So, what experience will you need to have for VoiceAbility to consider you for this exciting role?
As you will be leading and responsible for the North teams; you will need to have a strong background in multi service management, including experience of managing and mentoring managers. A background delivering services to vulnerable people in a Health or Social Care setting is also essential for this role. You will demonstrate that you are a strong operational leader with good commercial acumen and knowledge of contract mobilisation. As you will be the face of the North team, an exceptional ability to build and maintain relationships internally and externally is required, along with the ability to manage and control a significant operational budget. Due to the geographical coverage of the role you will need to have exceptional time management and be confident and experienced in using technology in order to maximize your time and input to meetings where you are unable to physically attend.
Why join VoiceAbility and what do you get in return?
Where do I start…? VoiceAbility have been fundamental in ensuring advocacy is now a statutory right in the UK. They are a strong national influencer. They encourage a very collaborative culture encouraging their employees to input and shape the future of VoiceAbility and the sector.
In return for your expertise and hard work you will be given professional development opportunities including quality training and the opportunity to work towards a certified qualification. You will also receive 28 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays, childcare vouchers, life assurance and a pension.
How do I apply?
For more information about this role and details on applying, please visit the VoiceAbility microsite at
CV Closing Date: 12am on 24th July