Head of Digital
Salary: £48,232 - £53,119
Closing Date: 27/11/2019
The Together Trust is a charity that supports people with disabilities, complex needs and autism and their families. Our services include a range of care, community and special education services for people with behavioural challenges, learning difficulties, physical disabilities, complex health needs and autism. We will celebrate our 150th anniversary in 2020 having supported thousands of young people and families since we were formed to support destitute young people in the centre of Manchester in 1870.
Our central office is based in Cheadle, Stockport and our services are mostly in and around Greater Manchester and the surrounding areas. We accept referrals from all over the UK.
We are looking for someone who has a successful track record in leading transformational change who can help us create mobile, accessible, digital services that people choose to use.Our aim is to broaden our impact through digital delivery, reaching and supporting more people than ever before in line with our 5 year plan.
We’ve recently created a digital roadmap which is the concluding document of a consultation with our staff, parents, carers and commissioners. We were helped by Reason Digital to complete this work and they continue to support our transformational plans.
Our values for transformation are:
The post holder will lead the transformation of our current systems to meet the needs of our internal and external stakeholders who include our workforce, commissioners, donors and the people we support.You will play a pivotal role in delivering excellent service, solving underlying problems and improving systems reliability and availability.
We work in collaboration with the people we support. Providing evidence to help to influence policymakers and make lasting societal change. If you think you are the right applicant for this role then we’d encourage you to apply.
For further details and application documents here
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