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Team Leader

Soziale Dienste & Gemeinwohl
Wirtschaft & Fundraising
Dienstort Leeds
Dienstverhältnis Teilzeit
Online seit 15.11.2023

Leeds Gate

Team Leader

This is an exciting opportunity for a Bradford Team Leader to work with a growing organisation delivering social change and helping them to thrive.

Position: Bradford Team Leader

Location: Office base at Cross Green, Leeds, LS9. Delivery across Bradford with a focus on Mary Street and Esholt Caravan Sites.

Hours: 35 hours per week

Salary: £30,266 – £33,767 (Pro-rata)

Benefits: Special Leave and Flexible Working Policies, Employee Assistance Scheme with Health Assured, Up to 5% match pension contributions, Free Parking, Bike Parking and a 15-minute walk from the city centre.

Closing Date: Monday 24th November

The Role

As Team Leader, you will coordinate, develop, and provide high-quality and accessible offers to our members in Bradford. This will include outreach, advocacy, community groups and other community development projects. You will ensure our Bradford members have access to all our services through Leeds GATE – including our area wide offers.

You will get to know our Bradford members well and involve them in planning our work, listening and responding to their ideas. You will ensure the smooth running of our Bradford work, being the first point of contact for members. You will work with the senior leadership team on strategic projects and meetings, involving our members in these. You will work with a range of partner agencies across Bradford to improve their offers to Gypsy and Traveller communities.

Key responsibilities include:

Staff Management

Lead and manage a small team to include staff, volunteers, and students Ensure regular supervision, a weekly team meeting, and diary management Ensure all organizational processes are followed by your team Responsible for booking and managing training for your team including mandatory, role-specific, and personal development Ensure your staff understand and implement the processes developed to manage quality in your department


Complete small funding bids with support from your manager Manage project budgets and ensure finance processes are followed

Partnership Working

Ensure good relationships to our funders and supporters Work directly with partner organizations to improve options for our members establishing new activities and offers

Project Management

Co-ordinate the delivery of projects in your team Lead project planning meetings and update documents Set and follow a delivery plan for your area that is co-produced with our members – ensuring a variety of activities reaching new and existing members Complete funder and organisational monitoring returns in a timely manner to your manager

About You

Essential criteria include:

English GCSE or equivalent Maths GCSE or equivalent Experience in supervising staff and volunteers Experience working with Gypsy and Traveller communities or other marginalised groups Experience in delivering and planning projects Experience working in partnership with other agencies Experience in making safeguarding decisions Experience in managing relationships with funders and contract managers

If you wish to be considered for this post please complete the application form provided with full details of your education and employment history, including any unpaid or voluntary work.

PLEASE NOTE: CVs will not be accepted for this role, you will be redirected through to the charity’s website where you will need to complete their application form.

About the Organisation

This candidate will be joining a vibrant and brave grassroots organisation led by Gypsy and Traveller people in West Yorkshire. The employer is an established and award-winning civil society organisation with a national profile. They are recognised as being innovative, brave and creative.

Their overall aim is to improve the quality of life for Gypsies and Travellers through addressing inequalities in homes, health, education, and employment, financial and social inclusion. They run several community-facing and strategic projects to achieve their aims including advocacy, community development and youth work.

You may also have experience in areas such as Team Leader, Social Care Team Leader, Mental Health Team Leader, Learning Disabilities Team Leader, Service Team Leader, Service Manager, Service Supervisor.

PLEASE NOTE: This role is being advertised by NFP People on behalf of the organisation

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