Are you ambitious for young people, whatever their circumstances?
Do you know how to create services that excite and inspire the next generation?
Do you want to be at the heart of a charity transforming support for people facing challenges in their lives?
We are a long-standing and growing charity who offer a range of innovative and life-changing programmes to individuals and families who are experiencing adversity.
We have recently revamped and expanded our offer for children and young people and now we’re looking for an experienced children and young people team manager to lead its implementation and delivery, reaching out to greater numbers of people and ensuring we deliver for those who need us, particularly those in contact with the care, education or justice systems.
You will have a proven track record in managing trauma-informed and evidence-based services for young people, supporting those facing disadvantage, helping them combat stigma and using asset-based approaches to inspire them.
You will also have experience building and nurturing relationships across a range of related provision and a variety of settings, including schools and the community. Success in securing funding for young people’s services and familiarity with the Thrive Approach, or similar, will be beneficial. Naturally knowledge of safeguarding practices and experience in quality assurance and performance management are a must, as are excellent leadership skills. In return for your drive and commitment, we’ll be offering a competitive salary, working in a friendly, ambitious organisation.
The role will offer you variety and significant autonomy to develop our portfolio of services, while also welcoming you into our leadership team in which you’ll play a proactive role. This is an exciting opportunity for a creative manager to impact positively on the lives of young people and to create a legacy for future generations using our services.
If you feel you have the skills, experience and drive to take on the challenge, we’d love to hear from you. informal chat about the role email email@example.com