Here are our current job vacancies.
Diversity Voice is looking for a dynamic and experienced manager to lead this small but busy charity from strength to strength. You will be the ideal candidate for this position if you:-
- have a proven track record of leadership, preferably acquired within the charitable, education or advice sector
- have excellent interpersonal skills
- are a quick learner
- are enthusiastic about managing all aspects of a relatively small operation.
- have considerable financial acumen
- are articulate
- are committed to the principle of “equality for all”.
We would particularly welcome applications from candidates in the communities that we serve, and we would consider flexible working requests, including job share or part time working.
As a hands-on Chief Officer you will be the public face of the charity and will be able to build effective working relationships with stakeholders, staff, volunteers and service users. Working closely with the Board of Trustees, you will develop the charity’s long-term strategy, and be able to condense that strategy into the budgets and business plans. Working closely with the staff, you will be responsible not only for their welfare and career development, but also for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the charity and ensuring efficiency and effectiveness. You will ensure that the charity complies with the law and relevant Charity Commission and Government regulation and guidance. You will be able to see where the charity should be in 1, 5 and 10 years’ time, and be able to put in place the steps to get us there.
Diversity Voice is a small registered charity, based in Bridgwater, Somerset, that supports migrant communities living in the South West of England. This support currently includes the provision of advice services (including support of EU citizens who need advice regarding their rights in the aftermath of UK’s exit from the EU), cultural awareness events, translation and interpreting, English language courses, support for families seeking to access education or other local services, and English language support to EAL children in schools.
To apply, please contact us by email to request an application pack which has additional information and an application form [email protected]