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Chief Executive Officer

Break Charity

Norwich, Norfolk

Published
05-09-2019
Job ad details
Published
05-09-2019
Expires
23-09-2019
Job ID
LJA-75388211
Job type
Full-time
Permanent
Public Sector
Salary level
£67,667 - £75,187  per year
Job sector
Management & Business, Medical and Carers, Public Sector

Chief Executive Officer
Norwich
£67,667 - £75,187 on appointment plus associated benefits
Full Time, Permanent

 
Could you lead a prominent, dynamic East Anglian charity to new heights?

Are you committed to harnessing organisational innovation to change young lives?

We have a wide range of services delivering exceptional outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and their families and are looking to develop and diversify to increase both our support and geographical spread. We have 50 Charity shops and innovative fundraising operations that are a vital source of non-statutory funding.

As CEO you will provide clear strategic vision, direction and leadership for Break and motivate the workforce to deliver excellence in all that they do. You will ensure that the Board and Breaks managers are aware of all relevant developments within the sector as well as any new governance requirements (including safeguarding obligations). The CEO is ultimately responsible for ensuring Break is financially solvent. 

The ideal Chief Executive Officer candidate:
 
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate their ability to lead a large and complex organisation through change, you will think creatively, being a role model, and have a track record of motivating others to strive for excellence. You will be a charismatic, agile individual who is as comfortable at business meetings as s/he is seeking the views of young people.
 
The Chief Executive Officer will be able to demonstrate the charitys values to the whole organisation, leading and promoting a culture of learning, continuous improvement and on going development that demonstrates the positive difference the organisation makes in the lives of everyone it supports.

Break employs over 450 staff has 900 volunteers is IIP Gold accredited and has featured prominently in the Times Best Companies list. Break has an exceptional training provision for internal and external customers and has a reputation for being interactive, innovative and high quality.

Having initially studied the recruitment documentation on the website if you wish to arrange for an informal chat about this position with our Chair of trustees Alastair Roy please initially contact Sally Butler (PA to the Executive Team) via our Head Office contact details provided on our website.

To apply, please click the 'apply via website' button.

Please note: CVs will also be accepted in support of a completed application form.
 
Closing Date: Monday 23rd September 2019
Interviews will be held in Norwich on 8th October 2019
 

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Chief Executive Officer
Norwich
£67,667 - £75,187 on appointment plus associated benefits
Full Time, Permanent

 
Could you lead a prominent, dynamic East Anglian charity to new heights?

Are you committed to harnessing organisational innovation to change young lives?

We have a wide range of services delivering exceptional outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and their families and are looking to develop and diversify to increase both our support and geographical spread. We have 50 Charity shops and innovative fundraising operations that are a vital source of non-statutory funding.

As CEO you will provide clear strategic vision, direction and leadership for Break and motivate the workforce to deliver excellence in all that they do. You will ensure that the Board and Breaks managers are aware of all relevant developments within the sector as well as any new governance requirements (including safeguarding obligations). The CEO is ultimately responsible for ensuring Break is financially solvent. 

The ideal Chief Executive Officer candidate:
 
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate their ability to lead a large and complex organisation through change, you will think creatively, being a role model, and have a track record of motivating others to strive for excellence. You will be a charismatic, agile individual who is as comfortable at business meetings as s/he is seeking the views of young people.
 
The Chief Executive Officer will be able to demonstrate the charitys values to the whole organisation, leading and promoting a culture of learning, continuous improvement and on going development that demonstrates the positive difference the organisation makes in the lives of everyone it supports.

Break employs over 450 staff has 900 volunteers is IIP Gold accredited and has featured prominently in the Times Best Companies list. Break has an exceptional training provision for internal and external customers and has a reputation for being interactive, innovative and high quality.

Having initially studied the recruitment documentation on the website if you wish to arrange for an informal chat about this position with our Chair of trustees Alastair Roy please initially contact Sally Butler (PA to the Executive Team) via our Head Office contact details provided on our website.

To apply, please click the 'apply via website' button.

Please note: CVs will also be accepted in support of a completed application form.
 
Closing Date: Monday 23rd September 2019
Interviews will be held in Norwich on 8th October 2019
 

Chief Executive Officer Norwich £67,667 - £75,187 on appointment plus associated benefits Full Time, Permanent Could you lead a prominent, dynamic East Anglian charity to new heights? Are you committed to harnessing organisational innovation to change young lives? We have a wide range of services delivering exceptional outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and their families and are looking to develop and diversify to increase both our support and geographical spread. We have 50 Charity shops and innovative fundraising operations that are a vital source of non-statutory funding. As CEO you will provide clear strategic vision, direction and leadership for Break and motivate the workforce to deliver excellence in all that they do. You will ensure that the Board and Breaks managers are aware of all relevant developments within the sector as well as any new governance requirements (including safeguarding obligations). The CEO is ultimately responsible for ensuring Break is financially solvent. The ideal Chief Executive Officer candidate: The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate their ability to lead a large and complex organisation through change, you will think creatively, being a role model, and have a track record of motivating others to strive for excellence. You will be a charismatic, agile individual who is as comfortable at business meetings as s he is seeking the views of young people. The Chief Executive Officer will be able to demonstrate the charitys values to the whole organisation, leading and promoting a culture of learning, continuous improvement and on going development that demonstrates the positive difference the organisation makes in the lives of everyone it supports. Break employs over 450 staff has 900 volunteers is IIP Gold accredited and has featured prominently in the Times Best Companies list. Break has an exceptional training provision for internal and external customers and has a reputation for being interactive, innovative and high quality. Having initially studied the recruitment documentation on the website if you wish to arrange for an informal chat about this position with our Chair of trustees Alastair Roy please initially contact Sally Butler (PA to the Executive Team) via our Head Office contact details provided on our website. To apply, please click the apply via website button. Please note: CVs will also be accepted in support of a completed application form. Closing Date: Monday 23rd September 2019 Interviews will be held in Norwich on 8th October 20191167667.000075187.0000per year00AUK_A_NORUKUnited Kingdom243GBP2019-09-23T00:00:000000http://www.break-charity.org/join-us/EuropeUnited KingdomEastNorfolkNorwich2082647Break Charity11Davison House 1 Montague RoadNR26 8WNSHERINGHAM NorfolkUKUnited Kingdom2082647_logo_small.jpg152.942385901.20476640323931626UKUnited KingdomUKUnited Kingdom8Full-time46Permanent30Public Sector1132Management & Business123Medical and Carers125Public Sector323931626UKUnited Kingdomen-GB

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Job ad details
Published
05-09-2019
Expires
23-09-2019
Job ID
LJA-75388211
Jobtype
Full-time
Permanent
Public Sector
Salary level
£67,667 - £75,187  per year
Job sector
Management & Business, Medical and Carers, Public Sector
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