Head of Strategy and Partnership – North of England

  • Organisation: Homeless Link
  • Salary: £38,927 – £42,136
  • Salary info: Contract type: Permanent
  • Job Type: Full time
  • Closing date: 10 July 2014
  • Location: Working from home located in the North of England

We have an exciting opportunity for a Head of Strategy and Partnership for the North of England. You will be responsible for leading our work focused on services and developing strategies across these areas through a dedicated team of Strategy and Partnership Managers who all work differently and creatively to affect change in their local areas.

You’ll see that we are more interested in your track-record of managing relationships and communicating widely, than whether you know the homeless sector inside out.

We are looking for someone with the right set of skills who has an understanding of homelessness practice. You may not have done a job just like this before as there are not many like it.

If you want to be in the forefront of change, helping agencies but also challenging them – this is the right job for you.

Closing Date: 9am Thursday 10th July 2014
Interviews: Monday 21st July 2014

Organisation profile:

Our vision is of a country free from homelessness where everyone has a place to call home. We represent more than 500 frontline member organisations supporting people out of homelessness; we work towards better knowledge, policy and awareness; we help improve support for people to rebuild their lives.

Website: www.homeless.org.uk

Application notes:

Please download a Recruitment Pack for more information about this role.

To apply, please use our online application form here. Please mention www.goodmoves.org.uk when applying.

If you have any queries regarding this post, please contact our Office Co-ordinator by emailing recruitment@homelesslink.org.uk or calling 020 7840 4430, quoting the job title.

Additional details:

We are actively seeking to increase diversity within our organisation. We would greatly welcome interest from people with direct experience of homelessness, from a black or minority ethnic background and/or with a disability.