Available until: 28th Aug 2019
The Boys' Brigade is seeking to appoint a Support & Development Lead (based in London) to work with members throughout London and the surrounding area.
This new role has been created through a partnership between The Boys’ Brigade in England & Wales and The Boys’ Brigade in London. The purpose of the role is to improve the quality of experience for members by supporting groups in delivering a high quality programme which results in real and sustained growth. The role will focus on communicating with our membership and key stakeholders; assisting with the planning and delivery of training and events; and working directly with existing and newly formed groups to support programmes and recruitment.
The full job description & person specification can be found at https://boys-brigade.org.uk/job-vacancies/.
This appointment is for three years with a potential to be extended after that initial period subject to performance and funding. The successful candidate will be home based, although it will be a requirement to travel regularly to visit members and other stakeholders. The Support & Development Lead will work with local volunteers and employed staff to support the delivery of the BB’s development plan in London and surrounding areas. Appointment will be subject to two references and the completion of an enhanced DBS check.
Travel: The Support & Development Lead should be a car owner with a clean driving licence. A mileage allowance, currently 45p per mile, will be paid for business use. Expenses will also be paid for travel via public transport for business purposes.
Contract (3 years)
Salary: The salary for this post is up to £25k per annum (dependent on experience) based on a 35-hour week. There is an annual leave entitlement of 25 days leave plus statutory and bank holidays. A flexi-time system is worked, as there will be a considerable need to work evenings and weekends.
Closing Date: Applications to be received by 5pm on 6th September 2019. Applicants to provide CV and covering letter explaining how they meet the qualities outlined in the person specification. Interviews will be held w/c 23rd September 2019.
If you would like to have an informal discussion about this post before submitting an application, please contact Natalie Whipday on 01442 288 558. Interviews will involve a presentation by the candidate. Only candidates invited for interview will be contacted at this time.
Natalie Whipday (Natalie.email@example.com)
Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, South East