Regional Team and Centre Manager (Criminal Justice)
Prospectus is pleased to be collaborating with a female-only charity, who provide emotional and practical support to women experiencing domestic violence and/or abuse. A large part of their work also includes supporting women who have committed crime with short-term offences, many of whom are also experiencing domestic abuse, to reduce or end offending. They are now seeking an experienced Team Manager to oversee this service across 8 London boroughs, as well as from one of their two women's centres.
As the Regional Team and Centre Manager, you will lead and manage the pan-London wraparound service and Women Centres in one of 2 locations. You will also lead on and develop a specialist programme of workshops and groups, to be delivered locally and at the women's centre, as well as other specialist services, in partnership with 10 voluntary sector organisations, and statutory agencies. You will be responsible for the operation of the service, ensuring outcomes and impact are delivered in line with funder requirements, and will manage the relationship with partners and funders in delivery of this service at the required standard. You will also ensure delivery of quality systems, ensuring high quality of service and safeguarding standards. You will also be responsible for recruiting, developing and managing a team of dispersed specialist frontline staff.
This is a pivotal role for our client and as such, significant knowledge of issues relating to women in the criminal justice system is imperative. You must be a strong leader, with extensive experience of operational management, and experience of developing and delivering services. You must have significant experience of working with vulnerable women and/or young people with a range of complex needs, and will have extensive experience of overseeing dispersed delivery teams.
Please initially apply with a Word formatted version of CV - further information will be provided to shortlisted candidates.
Please note, this role will be based either from Hammersmith or Finsbury Park, but will require regular travel across London.
This post is open to female applicant only as being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010.