Operations Manager

Become part of our senior leadership team and join our expanding services to help us help others.

  • Closing date for applications: 17 June 2019
  • Contact phone: 02077906147
  • Contact email: gary.wiliams@deafplus.org

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deafPLUS has a vacancy for a highly skilled Operations Manager to join our senior management team, taking responsibility for all our front- line advice and support services.
As our Operations Manager you will have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of Deafness and hearing loss, the challenges it presents for people in accessing services and you’ll bring your wide-ranging management skills to this varied and challenging role.
Working hours: 37 hours per week
Location: Whitechapel
Salary: £35,000.00

You will be managing people, projects, budgets and contracts, ensuring that all services operate in compliance with legal and ethical standards and in line with the deafPLUS Mission Statement. You will have knowledge and understanding of the charity sector, including sourcing funding and relevant quality standards. You will have an innovative and problem-solving approach, constantly seeking new ways to improve quality and drive forward the Charity.

To apply: Please send your CV and a covering letter to Gary Williams CEO gary.williams@deafplus.org giving specific examples of how you meet each of the 5 competencies in the Job Description. Please write no more than 200 words per competency, plus a further 100 words to introduce yourself. (Total word count for cover letter no more than 1100 words)

Please note the Closing Date: 13th June at midday.

deafPLUS is a medium sized national organisation with seven local centres (four of which are in London, with others in Bath, Aldershot and Birmingham). We provide information and advice, advocacy, employment support and training to deaf and deafened people, and people living with hearing loss. We also provide services under the ‘visionPLUS’ name to people affected by visual impairment. Much of our income is from the local authorities in which our centres are based but our strategy is focussed on broadening the range of funding from other sources.

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