Assistant Chief Executive

Recruiter
YMCA Birmingham
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£49,500 per annum
Posted
01 Jun 2017
Expires
20 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

We have a new exciting opportunity, not to be missed! At YMCA Birmingham we are currently looking for an Assistant Chief Executive to come and join our team based in Birmingham. The successful candidate will join us on a full time, permanent basis working 35 hours per week and will receive a salary of £49,500 per annum.

Are you an enthusiastic and committed housing/charity professional who is looking to become Chief Executive in a YMCA or the wider voluntary sector? Well we are offering an exciting opportunity for you to develop your career towards that goal.

YMCA Birmingham is an independent Christian charity, and a registered provider of social housing, affiliated to the national and international YMCA movement. YMCA enables people to develop their full potential in mind, body and spirit. Inspired by and faithful to our Christian values, we create supportive, energising and creative communities where young people can truly belong, contribute and thrive.

About the Assistant Chief Executive role

As a key member of our senior management team you will lead on the implementation of a business development strategy for YMCA Birmingham and oversee the Human Resource management and chaplaincy functions of the association. In this role you will also be expected to proactively contribute to the strategic development of the association.

So what are you waiting for? If you would like to join our team as our new Assistant Chief Executive then please click ‘apply’ today - don’t miss out, we’d love to hear from you!

Closing Date: 9.00am on Monday 19 June 2017.

Interview Date:  Monday 26 June 2017.

The post will have a broad remit in order to provide you with experience of many of the areas that you will require experience of when applying for Chief Executive roles in future.

There is an occupational requirement, as defined under Paragraph 3, Section 9 of the Equalities Act 2010, for the post holder to be practising Christian.