£36k - 38k per year + benefits
020 7820 7328
19 days ago
22 November 2018
19 October 2018
A charity are looking for a Programme Manager to manage the quality and delivery of services to women who have experienced domestic violence and abuse. You will be responsible for line managing the of Team Manager, frontline workers,; and be responsible for the management of projects within the programme services to a high standard and within funders' requirements.
The Programme Manager will oversee and manage an exciting domestic abuse project.
The post holder will be an experienced manager with a proven track record of leadership in providing services to women experiencing violence against women and girls (VAWG) and working with partners and funders. The post holder will be co-located in Brent with the Advance Brent workers at social services office and the police station, and will work to improve partnership responses to domestic abuse. The post holder will have an excellent understanding of domestic violence and its effects on women and children, of children's social care and care proceedings, and of the criminal justice system. The post holder will develop and maintain relationships with relevant partners and funders, and will represent the organisation at meetings including presentations and support the development of strategic plans to ensure the sustainability, development and delivery of Advance services. The post holder will have experience of contract compliance and ensuring that their team adheres to quality systems, quality of service and safeguarding standards.
Skills and Experience required:
-A relevant qualification (e.g. management and leadership) with a particular focus on the women's sector/community and voluntary sector
-A thorough knowledge violence against Women and Girls, especially domestic violence and abuse, and issues relating to it
-Experience of operational management and delivering services at management level.
-A sound knowledge of safeguarding principles, child abuse and child protection issues and MARAC
-Significant experience of work with women and/or children with a complex range of needs
-Experience of developing and leading teams
-Experience of developing and working within partnerships/consortia
-Experience of working with funders/commissioners and achieving required outcomes and the ability to conduct self in a professional manner at all times.