Oxforshire Sexual Assault and Rape Crisis Centre (OSARCC) is seeking to appoint a CEO.
The role will represent the organisation externally, ensure financial sustainability and work towards reaching OSARCC’s vision for a world in which survivors are free from the fear and experience of sexual violence, and supported when it does occur.
The ideal candidate will have experience of managing people, will be a strategic thinker and have an understanding of the impacts of sexual violence on survivors and the wider community. Knowledge of potential funding sources and the current funding environment for charitable organisations, including commissioning and sector wide opportunities, is essential.
Join our team of dynamic, caring and committed women, working together to make a difference to survivors of sexual violence in Oxfordshire. We care about the wellbeing and development of our staff, so in addition to 28 days of annual leave (up to 33 with long service), we offer a 5% pension contribution, enhanced sickness and parental leave pay, regular clinical supervision, Employee Assistance Programme, and a generous training budget to support your learning and development.
Must be able to start in September.
Full time permanent contract. Office based in Oxford with some flexibility to work from home.
To apply, please read the CEO Job Description, OSARCC Organisational Structure and OSARCC Strategic Plan 2019-2024 available on our website and provide a copy of your CV and a covering letter (max. 2000 words) detailing how you meet the person criteria for the role. Applications via Indeed will not be taken into consideration.
The cover letter should provide practical examples from your work, volunteer and life experiences that demonstrate how you meet each point on the person specification. Your application will be scored against these criteria to decide if you are invited for an interview. We don’t expect applicants to have experience across all areas so please don’t be put off applying if you don’t have examples for absolutely everything.
Interviewing on a rolling basis.
Deadline for applications Thursday 9th June, 23:30.
For more information about this role, please visit the website.
This post is restricted to women applicants only and is exempt under Schedule 9, part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.