Spike Island Deputy Director

01179292266
[email protected]
www.spikeisland.org.uk

Deadline Friday 08 February 2019

The Deputy Director will lead on the administrative, legal, commercial, operational and financial management of Spike Island.

A strategic thinker with ambition and drive, you will manage some key stakeholder relationships and will be expected to oversee and further develop our policies and procedures, income generation and fundraising strategies. 

Reporting to the Director, you will be responsible for a staff team including the Finance Manager, Operations Manager, Office and HR Manager, and Spike Design Coordinator. You will also deputise for the Director as required and play a leadership role both within and outside the organisation.

Flexibility regarding working hours is required in order to attend events and meetings at Spike Island and elsewhere.

The position is offered full time (35hrs p/week) at £38k - £42k p.a, dependent on experience.

For further information and to download an application pack, please visit our website: spikeisland.org.uk/opportunities

The deadline to apply is 5pm, Friday 8 February 2019 

Interviews to be held on Thursday 21 February 2019

Spike Island is an equal opportunities employer

 

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