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• To provide visionary leadership; leading the Strategic development of the organisation in line with the vision and aims agreed
• To ensure the effective operational management of the organisation in all respects, including the management of all resources.
• To ensure the delivery of activities.
• To support and advise the Board of Trustees.
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Chief Executive Officer Job Description
• To play a lead role in advising the Trustees on vision, strategy, policy, resources, and organisational structure
• To ensure that Trustees are given sufficient information and guidance to enable the Board to fulfil its function and legal responsibilities
• To exercise overall responsibility for financial planning, management, and control.
• To ensure that appropriate systems and structures are in place for to meet its short and medium-term commitments and objectives.
• To provide appropriate leadership and management of staff and volunteers
• To determine stance on issues of public policy, co-ordinate its response, and represent its views in the outside world
Vision and Strategy
• To remain fully informed of developments in local and national policy and strategy relating to all the services provided by .
• To actively support, advise and guide the Trustees in their setting of long-term strategic plans and objectives.
• To develop and regularly review medium and long-term strategies and objectives, in association with the Trustees.
• To develop short- and medium-term strategic plans, and ensure that these are regularly reported to the Trustees.
• To identify any problems in achieving plans and objectives, and develop methods of minimising any associated risks or loss.
• To ensure the ongoing monitoring, evaluation and review of all services and activities, involving the Board of Trustees, staff, volunteers and service users.
• To lead the management team and to direct, co-ordinate, and performance manage the work of the Assistant Directors and other posts as appropriate.
• To ensure that the work of staff reporting indirectly is appropriately directed and performance managed.
• To ensure policies and procedures are in place for the effective management of all staff and volunteers.
• To ensure effective systems are in place for recruiting, managing, training, and developing staff and volunteers.
• To ensure that meets its legal and statutory obligations to staff and volunteers and strives at all times to follow best practice as an employer.
Financial Management and Revenue Generation
• To ensure the effective management of budget and ensure the probity of the organisation’s finances.
• To oversee the preparation of the annual budget for the agreement of the Board of Trustees.
• To oversee the maintenance of financial records and ensure regular management accounts are produced in order to monitor and control expenditure and cash flow.
• To ensure the annual accounts are prepared for the annual audit.
• To ensure that has an adequate funding strategy, monitor its success on an ongoing basis, and report any shortfalls promptly to the Trustees.
• To ensure that the financial information given in applications for grant funding is adequate and accurate.
• To ensure that meets its funders’ requirements on monitoring, reviewing, and reporting of funds used.
Programme Development and Service Provision
• To ensure that develops and delivers a programme of activities and services that is in line with its strategic plan.
• To ensure that all services and activities are monitored and reviewed on a regular basis, looking at overall effectiveness, best use of resources, and contribution to meeting overall objectives, in addition to specific funders’ evaluation criteria.
• To be active in identifying new opportunities, ensure that they are appropriately researched and fully costed, and explore revenue options to realise them.
• Ensure achievement of Quality Standards (eg: PQASSO)
External Relationships / Representing
• To raise awareness of work and gain support with organisations, institutions, companies and statutory bodies whose work is relevant to field of operations.
• To represent on key local, regional and national bodies to further the interests of the organisation, young people and voluntary and community sector services for children and young people.
• To develop and encourage partnership and multidisciplinary working in line with national and local strategic policy.
• To act as the chief spokesperson and ensure the effective management of media profile.
• To foster good working relations with current and future funders.
• To ensure that all policy recommendations, representations to government bodies, public statements and responses made on behalf are in line with governing document and accurately represent views.
• To facilitate meetings of the Board of Trustees.
• To report quarterly to the Trustees on activities and financial position, and to prepare other reports, reviews, and position papers as required by the Trustees.
• To ensure that the Chair and the Board of Trustees are appropriately informed and supported to make decisions, develop policy and provide direction.
• To ensure that complies in all its roles and activities with all relevant legislation, including that applicable to Charities and to Companies.
• To uphold the commitment of the service to the provision of equal opportunities in all aspects of its work.
• To complete an annual appraisal and review of the job description with the Chair or delegated Trustee.
• To prepare the annual report for the AGM.
• To keep abreast of related external developments.
• To undertake the duties of Company Secretary to the limited company.
• To act always in best interests.
• To undertake any other duties which the Chair or, through him/her the Trustees, may from time to time require.