Director of Operations/Deputy CEO
This is an extremely exciting time to join the Trust. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Trust. During the year, we also launched a brand new Strategy which outlines our commitment to continued growth and development of our housing and care services for older people as well as a return to the direct provision of support of some of the most vulnerable young people in our region.
The Director of Operations/Deputy CEO is a new post that has been created following a review of our organisational structure and our future strategy. We are looking for someone with the experience, passion and drive to work alongside our recently appointed Chief Executive in leading the implementation of our ambitious future plans and ongoing delivery of quality services.
As the Director of Operations/Deputy CEO, you will be at the centre of the organisation, helping us to make a difference to hundreds of people every year. Therefore, it is important that you are a talented, highly experienced senior Manager, ideally with a health, social care or housing background and who shares our values and vision.
To find out more about this position and to apply, please visit our website where you can download a Recruitment Pack, Job Description and Application Form.
Closing date for applications: 12noon on 24th October.
Interviews: will take place on Friday 9th November.
Sir Josiah Mason Trust is an equal opportunities employer. Our workforce are our most valuable asset, therefore, we offer: a contributory pension scheme, life assurance scheme, long-service awards, Employee Assistance Programme and recognised training & personal development opportunities.
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