£34,570 per year
35 hours per week
Home based with travel across the South of England
RNIB is pleased to announce this exciting opportunity to join RNIB's Eye Care Support Services (ECSS).
In this role, you will be a vital member of the management team, providing operational leadership and line management support to Eye Care Liaison Officers (ECLOs) and managing all aspects of operational delivery of our ECLO Services across the South of England. You will also participate in the strategic and business planning processes, working with key internal and external key stakeholders.
Working with the ECSS Senior Management team, you will support and maintain key relationships across health and social care to ensure that RNIB can each more people with sight loss earlier. Working across RNIB functions, you will also manage key internal relationships to support the delivery of our service and ensure patients access support at a time which is right for them.
You will have a vocational qualification in management, advice and guidance, or be experienced in successfully managing information and advice services. You will have demonstrable knowledge of the key stakeholders involved within health and social care.
You will have excellent people management skills with the ability to motivate and manage a geographically dispersed team, demonstrating an open and transparent management style, being solution focussed with a can-do approach to inspire your team.
You will be experienced in producing reports, delivering presentations, meeting Key Performance Indicators and a proficient user of Microsoft Office Packages and CRM systems.
Supporting ECLOs and services across the South England area, and other UK ECLO teams as required, this role will involve extensive travel across the UK with occasional overnight stays.
This role is eligible for an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check with a check against the Childrens and Adults Barred lists.
We're the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB Group) and we're here for everyone affected by sight loss. Working for us means working for one of the UK's biggest charities, supporting almost two million people living with sight loss in the UK.
Closing date for completed applications: 17 December 2023
Interviews will be held week beginning 8 January 2024
To be considered, please apply online, uploading your CV and cover letter, telling us how you meet the criteria in section 1 of the person specification.