Jaspar Foundation and Centre Charity Manager
Harris Hill are proud to be partnering with the Jaspar Centre to help recruit for a new Charity Manager.
Who are the Jaspar Foundation?
The Jaspar Foundation was set up by Raj Pankhania in 2009. Raj Pankhania and his family have lived in Harrow for over 35 years. Over time he began to notice our elderly sitting on park benches and in shopping malls just to pass the time as they had to nowhere to go during the day. So in 2009 he set up The Jaspar Foundation to support various elderly groups, promoting good health, wellbeing and organised social activities in order to enrich the lives of our elderly and entire community.
This then progressed to a realisation that a permanent place/hub was severely lacking where our elderly could sit in a warm and cosy environment outside the comfort of their home, flourish friendships and feel a sense of belonging over a hot cup of tea. So this went on to the opening of the Jaspar Centre in July 2013.
How does the Charity Manager contribute to the Jaspar Centre and Foundation?
The Charity Manager position will be crucial in the leadership and management of the Jaspar Foundation and Centre. As a senior member of staff you will be responsible for overseeing the management of the Jaspar Centre. You will contribute to the strategic vision of the charity and for growing their charitable activities.
Activities will include oversight of the existing team, developing partnerships with relevant organisations, developing new potential income streams and member services.
This role be pivotal in ensuring the charity fulfils its social objectives in a sustainable, raising the profile of the organisation and engaging with more of the local community.
Who are we looking for?
The ideal candidate will have proven experience in a management role ideally within a charitable organisation
Previous experience of managing broad operations including, HR, facilities and staff management will be essential.
We are looking for someone who is creative and commercially astute with the ability to manage multiple internal and external projects including events, partnership development, website and marketing.
The successful candidate will be a self-starter, a strong leader and confident speaking with a range of stakeholders and individuals with empathy and gravitas. You will be joining a dynamic, collaborative team, who are motivated by the cause.
Please note for this role it is a requirement that you be able to speak Gujarati
If you feel you meet the above criteria, please do apply with a CV initially to recive the full JD and if you are shortlisted you will be contacted directly by the consultant.
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