Salary: £29,687 - £32,094 (scale range up to £34,500)
Contract Type: Permanent / Full Time
Closing Date: Monday 04 January 2021
We are seeking a highly credible Governance and Compliance Manager to be responsible for a portfolio that covers Trustee governance, regulatory compliance, legal agreements, policy development, data protection and risk management.
At Break, we put relationships at the heart of what we do so we need an engaging, enthusiastic person to join our ambitious and innovative team. We expect the appointed candidate to work collaboratively across all departments within the organisation to embed a culture of compliance.
The successful candidate will have proven experience of working in a governance position, supporting stakeholders or senior managers and Trustee committees to ensure compliance with regulations. You will have a robust ability to test internal systems, manage significant amounts of data and have the confidence to operate at all levels throughout the charity.
You will have the ability to respect and adhere to existing Break policies, empathising with our aims, objects and values whilst acknowledging some of the challenges we may face. We are seeking an individual with a strong problem solving mind-set and a pragmatic approach to making improvements.
If you feel you have the skills, experience, drive and enthusiasm to join this dynamic and successful charity we would like to hear from you as soon as possible.
In return, we will offer you a supportive work environment with a fantastic team, and a smarter working approach to nurture your career with us.
Break has 47 Charity shops, with a wide geographical spread, which are a vital source of non-statutory funding, together with outstanding fundraising operations.
Break employs around 450 staff and 900 volunteers, the majority of the latter in its shops. The staff are located primarily in Norfolk, with the main administrative offices in Norwich.
Break is Investors in People Gold accredited and has featured in the Times Best Companies list on three occasions.
For over 50 years our work has positively changed young lives, that's why we need you. Join us at this pivotal time for the organisation, we can't wait to hear from you.
Interviews will take place virtually on Thursday 14th January 2021
Please contact Mike Hudson firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to discuss the post further.
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