£90,000 – £100,000
London, with regular UK travel
This is a unique opportunity to join an organisation that has experienced considerable growth and has been voted once again one of The Sunday Times 100 Best Places to Work. With an income of £23 million and 165 staff, last year we helped 655 children and young people find caring foster homes. We are of proud of our achievements to date and are committed to continually growing and improving an organisation helping looked after children meet their dreams and aspirations.
Our new Chief Executive will help drive forward excellence through the provision of high quality customer focused services, meaningful partnerships and effective policy and campaigning work. The Chief Executive will continue to grow the organisation, ensuring new opportunities are identified and developed into sustainable and diversified interventions; making certain TACT remains competitive, relevant and beneficial to the families, children and young people we support.
The successful candidate will be commercially astute with proven strategic planning, business development and operational management experience, along with a passion for our cause and vision. You will be an inspirational leader with outstanding influencing and ambassadorial skills, working for the improvement of both TACT and the wider fostering and adoption sector. You will enjoy the challenges of leading a busy organisation and can evidence a successful track record of managing operations, people and resources. A background in fostering, adoption or social care is advantageous but not essential.
To learn more about this role please download the candidate appointment briefing document, via Prospectus’ website:
For an informal and confidential discussion about the opportunity, please call Ami Jenick or Hanna John on 020 7400 6373 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Closing date: 22 June 2014
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