Chief Executive Officer
PO11, SCP 54 – 57, £58,422 – £61,672 per annum
BHA for Equality, from its inception 30 years ago, has worked successfully with grass root and marginalised communities to address health inequalities. We have built a prominent national reputation in delivering creative and innovative interventions with local community networks. However, the current health and social care landscape is rapidly changing, with more focus on providing place-based care informed by local needs. There is a significant emphasis on collaboration across health and social care systems, and on prevention, health and wellbeing promotion.
Over the next few years, we want to build our capacity to identify issues, understand the causes and work with various actors to deliver solutions. We also recognise that it is essential to leverage digital technologies to engage with stakeholders and to make our work more effective and efficient. Our current CEO, Dr Priscilla Nkwenti, who has been instrumental in the success of BHA, is retiring from her role in March 2021. We are, therefore, looking for an inspirational and motivated leader to inspire our current team of staff and volunteers make to greater use of research and digital technologies. This is a full-time role. It will suit a person with experience of working with Black, Asian and other marginalised and disadvantaged populations, particularly with respect to addressing health and social care inequalities, and in digital leadership. Experience in community engagement, negotiation and communication to publics and at a senior level will be advantageous.
This position is responsible to the Board of Trustees as a whole. However, it is usually line managed by the chair of trustees on behalf of the board.
• To provide leadership to the charity and to be responsible for the management and administration of the charity within the strategic, policy and accountability frameworks laid down by the Board of Trustees.
• To develop, as appropriate, the charity’s public profile and foster good relationships with government, statutory, voluntary and private bodies, users, beneficiaries, staff and other stakeholders.
• To be responsible overall for the financial health of the charity, including developing, overseeing and monitoring an effective programme of income generation and effective mechanism cost management.
• Together with the Chair, to enable the board to fulfil its duties and responsibilities for the proper governance of the charity and to ensure that the board receives timely advice and appropriate information on relevant matters.
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If you would like to discuss this role, please contact Shaunna Myers (Corporate Administrator) at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an informal telephone discussion.
The closing date for applicants is midnight 30 November 2020.
Please note CVs will not be accepted.
Applicants must be eligible to work in the U.K.
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