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Our broad range of activities offer a variety of exciting and rewarding jobs and career opportunities, including legal services, support work and office-based roles.

We value diversity and warmly welcome applications from disabled people, the LGBTQ communities and people from ethnic minority backgrounds. 

IMPORTANT: All applicants are required to return an Equality Monitoring Form with their application.

Director of Service Development

A leadership team opportunity for someone committed to our vision of a society without poverty where all people are valued, treated equally and lead fulfilling and productive lives. Reporting to the Chief Executive, our ideal candidate will have:

  • Strong leadership and financial management skills
  • Experience of strategic planning and development, innovation, team management, problem solving, delegation and risk management
  • A successful track record in fundraising and statutory procurement/competitive tendering
  • Significant experience of cultivating and managing senior level relationships across sectors
  • In depth knowledge of monitoring and evaluation systems
  • A strong understanding of current legislative, policy and practice developments affecting one or more of the following: charities, social care, services for young or disabled people

Salary £40,000 to £50,000 per annum depending on experience

To apply, please download and respond to the Cambridge House Director of Service Development Recruitment Pack Sept 2017
IMPORTANT: All applicants are required to return an Equality Monitoring Form with their application
Closing date – 14th October 2017

Advocacy Manager

A senior management opportunity for someone committed to delivering high quality services to vulnerable people.

Our Advocacy Service provides IMCA, IMHA, RPR, NHS Health Complaints, Care Act and professional and community advocacy services. We currently have contracts in Southwark, Newham, Barking and Dagenham, Waltham Forest and Richmond and provide spot purchased services to 15 other local authorities.

Our ideal candidate will have experience of:

  • Managing multi-disciplinary and geographically dispersed independent advocacy teams
  • Profit and loss and service performance accountabilities
  • Contributing to strategic and financial plans, tenders, bids and grant applications
  • Managing the development and implementation of systems and processes to ensure effective service management, delivery, quality assurance, contract and business performance
  • Working effectively with commissioners and the people who use health, social care and advocacy services
  • Current legislative, policy and practice developments affecting health, socialcare and statutory advocacy

Salary £30,000 to £38,000 per annum depending on experience

To apply, please download and respond to the Cambridge House Advocacy Manager Recruitment Pack Sept 2017
IMPORTANT: All applicants are required to return an Equality Monitoring Form with their application
Closing date – 14th October

 

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