Programme Director

Birmingham Voluntary Service Council
13 Jun 2018
28 Jun 2018
Job Type
BVSC is Birmingham's premier voluntary sector support organisation. We work to: Provide people with opportunities to make a positive difference to their communities, Provide voluntary and community organisations with the resources to help them achieve their goals, Champion the voluntary sector as an influential force for positive change. Please see our website for more information on the work we do. BVSC is the Lead and Accountable body for three of the Big Lottery Fund's Fulfilling Lives programmes, Birmingham Changing Futures Together , Talent Match and Ageing Better. Birmingham Changing Futures Together works with service users and organisations to shape how services are designed, delivered and commissioned to people with Multiple and Complex Needs in Birmingham. Talent Match seeks to support young unemployed disadvantaged people aged between 18 and 24 years. Ageing Better aims to help reduce social isolation amongst older people in Birmingham. We are looking for a Programme Director to cover maternity leave for up to 12 months. The successful candidate will lead on the delivery of the Birmingham Changing Futures Together programme, with a particular focus on ensuring systems change is delivered to ensure people with Multiple Needs are supported in Birmingham to achieve a fulfilled life. You will have demonstrable complex programme management experience, the ability to think strategically and innovatively, and a proven track record of managing financial resources. Working within a culture of continuous improvement, you will be required to develop and maintain ongoing strategic and operational relationships with partner organisations and key stakeholders. The successful candidate will line and performance manage project staff, ensuring that they are inspired and empowered to achieve challenging individual and team targets. Closing date for applications - Wednesday 27th June 2018 (by 10.00am) Interviews to take place - Monday 9th July 2018