• Head of Programme Delivery
  • Permanent
  • Berkshire
  • Salary: £40000.00 - £46000.00 per annum
  • Consultant: Kate Headford
  • Contact Number: 020 7939 7439
  • Expiry Date: 2022-07-06

Head of Programme Delivery
Charlie Waller Trust
Full-Time, Permanent
£40,000 – £46,000
Hybrid – with Flexible Working
West Berkshire

Are you an empowering leader looking to lead and support the development of
programmes which impact mental health in young people? Charity People is helping the
fantastic team at Charlie Waller Trust find a talented Head of Programmes, to head up
their national programmes and lead a busy team which delivers training, programmes,
projects, and strategies.

Through offering free resources, training and information, the Charlie Waller Trust
educates young people and those responsible for them about mental health. They have
created a national network of parents and carers of children with mental health concerns
and have piloted bespoke training for parents and carers who want to become peer
support workers. As a result of the expansion of these projects, a brand new Head of
Programmes role has been created.

About the role

You will have a varied role within the Trust and will be given the opportunity to make
your mark by leading the development and planning of new programmes and projects
from scratch. You will be heavily involved in establishing the future strategy for the
Trust’s programmes.

You will lead and support the development of programmes in different stages, some
which have been established previously, and others which can be developed further and
grow. You will provide line management, mentorship and coaching to direct reports. You
will embody the Trust’s values of warmth, empowerment, collaboration, compassion and
openness, and will work closely with senior internal stakeholders; you’ll instigate and
develop co-production with parents and carer, and liaise with mental health services.

About the person
• You will be a strong leader, with experience in line management, senior
leadership and managing projects at a high level. A particularly strong candidate
will have experience managing a remote team.

• You are an analytical and strategic person and have strong experience in
strategy. You will have experience of developing operational plans and meeting
strategic goals. You can identify strengths and weaknesses within an organisation
and are rigorous about risk management.

• You are passionate. You have an awareness of mental health issues within the
community and have a desire to impact this space for the benefit of young people
and those responsible for them.

• You are creative and can use your strong interpersonal skills to engage with
potential partners and

If you are as excited by this role as we are, please send your most recent CV initially to Kate at Charity People, your consultant for this role. We’ll then be in touch with lots more information, including the role profile.

Closing date: Wednesday 6th July at 9am

Interview date: Wednesday 13th July

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