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Deputy Director of Operations (West Yorks)

Purpose of the Job

  • To take responsibility for day-to-day operations in South or West Yorkshire
  • To work with the Director of Operations to develop the capacity, performance, and effectiveness of Project 6 service delivery
  • To lead and develop our people in a collegiate and value-driven way
  • To lead and grow our culture of High Support and High Challenge
  • To work with partners and other agencies to deliver the objectives of Project 6
  • To constantly strive for excellence and work in an open, transparent and highly ethical way
  • To be a role model for our commitment to diversity and inclusion
  • To take responsibility to support the health safety and wellbeing of the workforce
  • Produce and present high-quality reports and updates to the SLT
  • To co-chair an effective and proactive Operational Leadership Team (OLT).

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manage and develop new and existing projects
  • Maintain key relationships with stakeholder and partners
  • Promote the Project to external organisations and manage the transition of individuals into the project
  • To review and develop service provision to meet identified local need
  • Ensure proactive management of contracts to ensure targets are met
  • Maintain good data collection systems, project monitoring and reporting
  • Work with the organisational Safeguarding Lead to ensure policies, protocols and procedures are met.
  • Attend and represent Project 6 at meetings held by relevant partners.

You will need to abide by our Code of Conduct, Health and Safety and HR Policies.   

Project 6 is committed to equality of opportunity for all and being a safe, healthy, and non-discriminatory employer.   

To apply

Please download and complete the application form below and return it to recruitment@project6.org.uk.

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We want you to have every opportunity to showcase your skills, knowledge and experience; please contact us at recruitment@project6.org.uk if you require any assistance or adjustment that can help the application process to work for you.

We kindly ask all applicants to complete an equality and diversity monitoring form. This is completely anonymous and is not part of any recruitment process. Gathering information in this way helps us to ensure we are an inclusive employer.

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Salary:

£39,140 per year

Hours:

35 hours per week

Location

Keighley/Bradford

Contract:

Permanent

Closing Date:

15th April 2024 at 4pm

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