Part of a movement of social reform activists outraged by the plight of the poor in the 19th century, originally Birmingham Settlement’s work concentrated on providing support to women and families in the seriously deprived St Mary’s area, now known as Newtown. Now our breadth of work is much wider and reaches more communities in Birmingham. We are now based in the heart of Aston but also have a new hub in Kitts Green which serves the Hodge Hill community and deliver services on an outreach basis across Birmingham.
The Developing People Manager is responsible for developing and delivering high quality services and leadership to all staff within the Settlement’s Developing People service area.
About the role
The successful candidate will have a proven track record in developing new services and growing existing services; maximising both people and physical resources. The Developing People Team supports all Settlement service areas ensuring our people have the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals – creating opportunities for individuals to grow and influence the services they want and need. The post-holder will have excellent leadership qualities with ability to motivate and inspire to get the best out of people.
As part of the Settlement’s leadership team the role also plays a key role in supporting the sustainability of the charity as a whole with the development and implementation of longer term strategic plans. This is a very busy front facing role that cuts across all aspects of the charity.
How to apply
For an application pack:
- Visit www.birminghamsettlement.org.uk
- Phone our recruitment line: 0121 250 0760
- Email: email@example.com or
- Write to Human Resources, Birmingham Settlement – Aston, 359-361 Witton Road, Birmingham B6 6NS
For an informal discussion about the role please call Saran Layal on 0121 250 0752
Closing date: Noon Monday 18th November on 2019
Interviews: Friday 22nd November 2019
Birmingham Settlement is committed to Equality of Opportunity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Registered charity number 517303