Director of Services

£37,000 – £40,000 pa, pro rata (depending on experience) Part-time (4 days or 28 hours per week) As Director of Services for Camden Disability Action, your primary focus will be to strategically lead and develop CDA’s services and volunteering function.

  • Closing date for applications: 16 August 2021
  • Contact phone: 07732 746 231
  • Contact email: colinceo@camdendisabilityaction.org.uk

£37,000 – £40,000 pa, pro rata (depending on experience)
Part-time (4 days or 28 hours per week)

As Director of Services for Camden Disability Action, your primary focus will be to strategically lead and develop CDA’s services and volunteering function. This is an integral role for the charity and as such you will be an active member of the Senior Management Team in driving strategic direction and management of the service delivery function, whilst also providing thought leadership on services, innovation, disability equality and inclusion.

You will ensure that our suite of projects are delivered to high quality standards and bring life changing outcomes to CDA beneficiaries.  With five direct reports, you will also develop and implement our commitment to quality assurance, championing the implementation of the Advice Quality Standard and Trusted Charity quality marks.

You will have experience of operating at a strategic level, working in a senior role and leading and managing teams, performance management and effective partnership working.

This post is funded through our reserves and currently fixed term for 18 months. Extension beyond 18 months will depend on the success of our fundraising plans.

For an informal conversation about the role, please contact Colin Brummage, Chief Executive Officer on 07732 746 231 or email: colinceo@camdendisabilityaction.org.uk

To apply, please return your completed Application form and Equality and Diversity Monitoring form to: colinceo@camdendisabilityaction.org.uk

Closing date: 10am on Monday 16 August 2021

Interview dates: 25 and 26 August 2021

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