Senior level paid work opportunity: CEO

Together with our Board of Trustees, you will be responsible for the strategic direction and development of our DDPO, including financial oversight, organisational compliance, impact measurement and fundraising. You will also line manage the Deputy CEO and Office/IT/Comms Manager.

  • Closing date for applications: 10 June 2024
  • Contact phone: 02086502102
  • Contact email:

Salary: £60,000 pro rata

Hours: 30 hours per week

Closing date: 10th June 2024 5pm

We are:

A grassroots Disabled Charity in Bromley – uniquely led by the people we serve.
A community of people with passion for equality and human rights.
A flexible, supportive and innovative employer.

We have:

An exciting opportunity to lead and further develop an established DDPO. Together with our Board of Trustees, responsible for the strategic direction and development of our organisation, including:
Leading a team of staff and volunteers with diverse access needs, who deliver services to empower local Disabled people. This includes line managing the Deputy CEO and Office/IT/Comms Manager.
Overall responsibility for financial oversight.
Overall responsibility for organisational compliance in all relevant legislation and requirements, including those of the Charity Commission and Companies House.
Developing organisational direction and impact measurement.
Developing strategic partnerships.
Developing our voice and representation work at a strategic level.
Having overall responsibility for the effective and compliant running of the DDPO.
Submitting successful funding and commissioning bids to ensure future sustainability.

You are:

An effective CEO with a demonstrated track record in strategic management and successful fundraising.
Passionate and ambitious for the development of DDPOs as agents of change.
Able to focus on the wider picture at the same time as keeping a firm grip on the important details.
Highly motivated, with a ‘can-do’ approach to work.

You have:

Personal experience of living with Disability, physical or mental health access needs or neurodivergence.
Strong strategic vision and ability to prioritise effectively.
Thorough understanding of regulatory requirements for Charities.
Strong financial skills at organisational budget planning level.
Demonstrable experience of submitting successful funding bids.
Good understanding of how the voluntary sector interacts with local authorities and other public service providers.
Excellent people skills, with experience of building effective collaborative relationships.

To apply, please visit our website to download the documents and send your completed documents to

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