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Chief Executive Officer

Soziale Dienste & Gemeinwohl
Wirtschaft & Fundraising
Dienstort Motherwell
Dienstverhältnis Vollzeit
Veröffentlicht am 09.03.2024

Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire

Chief Executive Officer

Location: Blended working between home, VANL office and community venues in North Lanarkshire

Contract; Full Time, Permanent

Salary: £57,000 to £62,500, with starting point depending on experience

About Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire

Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire (VANL) is a major charitable organisation which provides support to community and voluntary organisations across the whole of North Lanarkshire. VANL is one of 32 Third Sector Interfaces (TSIs) in Scotland and a registered charity. VANL’s role is to:

providing guidance and support to community and voluntary sector (CVS) organisations of all types and sizes on a wide range of issues such as funding, strategy, governance, HR, ICT and more

Role Background and Purpose

VANL is one of 32 Third Sector Interfaces (TSIs) in Scotland and a registered charity. VANL’s role is to:

  • support capacity building and effectiveness of the third/community and voluntary sector
  • (CVS), including social enterprises
  • support volunteering
  • support public empowerment and CVS engagement in community planning and other cross-sector partnerships
  • manage a Health and Social Care North Lanarkshire’s strategic investment programme in the CVS – Community Solutions.

VANL is committed to fulfilling our role to a high standard, informed by the needs and views of the CVS, residents and our public sector partners and working collaboratively with the CVS and public sector partners. VANL champions the vital role and contribution of the CVS.

The role of VANL’s CEO is to:

  • Lead and steer the organisation in achieving its vision, mission, values,
  • objectives, and outcomes.
  • Ensure VANL remains a high-performing Third Sector Interface (TSI).
  • Effectively manage and develop resources to achieve organisational strategies.
  • Represent the organisation externally, promoting services, and enhancing its reputation with partner agencies and member organisations.

Key Responsibilities

  • Strategic Leadership: Provide vision and strategic direction for the organisation, ensuring alignment with its mission and goals.
  • Governance: Work with the board of directors to establish and maintain effective governance structures and practices.
  • Resource Management: Secure and manage resources, including funding, to support the organisation’s activities and sustainability.
  • Stakeholder Engagement: Build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders, including staff, volunteers, donors, and community partners.
  • Organisational Culture: Foster a positive organisational culture that aligns with the values and objectives of the third sector organisation.
  • Program Development and Delivery: Oversee the development and delivery of programs and services in line with the organisation’s mission.
  • Financial Management: Ensure sound financial management, including budgeting, financial reporting, and compliance with relevant regulations.
  • Advocacy and Representation: Serve as the public face of the organisation, advocating for its mission and representing it in various forums.
  • Risk Management: Identify and manage risks that may affect the organisation’s operations and reputation.
  • Performance Monitoring: Monitor and assess the organisation’s performance against established goals and objectives.
  • Innovation and Adaptability: Encourage innovation and adaptability to respond to changing external factors and emerging trends.
  • Communication: Effectively communicate the organisation’s mission, goals, and achievements to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Legal and Ethical Compliance: Ensure compliance with relevant laws and ethical standards in all organisational activities.
  • Human Resources Management: Oversee the recruitment, development, and retention of a skilled and motivated staff.
  • Crisis Management: Be prepared to address and manage crises that may impact the organisation’s operations or reputation.

About you:

Educated to degree standard or equivalent professional qualification.

Ability to pursue the mission and objectives of an organisation with passion and drive and a commitment to continuous learning and improvement.

Inspirational leadership, management, and motivational skills with a balanced approach that is:

inclusive, flexible and consultative.

positive, pro-active and dynamic

confident and assertive

How to Apply:

You should send your CV and cover letter by the 29th of March 2024. Any applications made after this date will not be considered for the role.You may also have experience in the following: Chief Executive, Executive Officer, Deputy Chief Executive, Chief People Officer, CEO Team Manager, Charity, Third Sector, NFP, etc

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