We are a pioneering community anchor organisation and social enterprise creating opportunities for local people to take action to improve their lives across north Birmingham.

Person specification

As we enter a new phase in the Association’s development and growth, we are seeking an experienced and enterprising individual to play a pivotal role in managing, developing and growing a broad range of community projects, services and enterprises that meet the Association’s strategic objectives.

You will be successfully implementing the Association’s development strategy, responding to new business opportunities and expanding the scope and scale of services that maximise community impact. You will be working alongside, as well as leading, motivating and developing a talented staff and volunteer team.

Job purpose

Working closely with the Chief Officer (CO), the post holder will play a pivotal role in developing, managing and growing a broad range of quality flourishing community services that meet the Association’s strategic and financial objectives.

Successfully implementing the Association’s development strategy, responding to new business opportunities and expanding the scope and scale of services that maximise community impact.

Leading, motivating and developing a team to develop and deliver great services

How to apply

To request an application pack email: Kay.Blundell@wittonlodge.org.uk
For an informal discussion about the role, please call Afzal Hussain, Chief Officer on 0121 382 1930. No agencies please.

Closing date: Friday 29th November 2019
Interview: 13th December 2019 TBC

Please note

Witton Lodge Community Association operates a Quality Management System (QMS) that has gained ISO 9001:2015 certification and staff are expected to develop and continually improve systems, processes and enhance customer satisfaction by our Quality Policy.

  • Ensuring that customers’ needs, and expectation are determined and fulfilled
  • Setting Quality Objectives for your work area
  • Reviewing, monitoring and measuring the effectiveness of QMS