The Chief Officer holds overall responsibility for the running of the Bureau, including the management of our dedicated team (paid & volunteer), the management of all financial aspects of the Bureau including fundraising, and the premises and IT considerations. The Chief Officer reports directly into the Board of Trustees and the post holder will work closely with the Board to design and develop the strategy of the Bureau.
The role of Chief Officer is extremely varied and busy, and the ideal candidate will have experience of working within a fundraising environment and of managing all the financial aspects of an organisation. A minimum of 2 years’ experience in recruiting, managing, developing and motivating a team is also required.
The successful candidate will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a desire to work towards the success of a valuable and well-used resource. This is a genuinely rewarding role, working to support a local community, and the Chief Officer is integral to the provision of that service.
The key deliverables of this role are
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Teapot Trust provides art therapy in hospitals, community settings and online to support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people living with chronic conditions – and their families.
We’re seeking an experienced trusts and foundations fundraiser to cover the maternity leave of our grants officer for up to twelve months. We’re not looking for someone to ‘hold the reins’ but to bring an ambitious can-do attitude to securing both project and core costs including multi-annual grants. While taking a lead in managing a programme of applications, you will work closely with and be supported by the CEO and the supporter engagement officer.
The post of Team Facilitator is an exciting and rewarding role which encapsulates ENABLE Scotland’s vision towards building and supporting more autonomous personalised support teams.
Primary Job Purposes
The role of Team Facilitator is highly customer focused on the people we support, their families and the team members who support them. You will be part of a management team and have leadership responsibility for a designated number of individual services working with all stakeholders.
As an effective Team Facilitator, you will demonstrate a sound understanding of the Personalisation agenda, Self Directed Support and the concept of choice and control. You will understand the need to keep decision making as close to the individuals we support as possible, whilst being clear on the level of decision making appropriate to your own role. You will develop an in-depth understanding of each person and use this to support people to achieve enhanced lifestyles and the pursuit of clear identified outcomes.
Through building the capacity of direct support teams; you will be responsible for ensuring the development and quality of service designs and supporting strategies, for monitoring and review and ensuring associated processes are in place.
You will take responsibility for the design, and facilitative management of each person’s team to support the achievement of individual outcomes. You will demonstrate and model a high standard of practice whilst monitoring and supporting the development of direct support team members.