Salary - £143,079 - £213,656
Lead us into the next chapter at this exciting time for our city and our young people
Our recent Ofsted Report makes for a good read and our ‘good’ rating reflects the hard work and great outcomes achieved since the Trust was established in April 2018. Created with the purpose of improving support to disadvantaged children and young people in Birmingham, and to make sure they were safe, we have focused relentlessly on this task with the support of an experienced Board, motivated workforce and the commitment of the City Council.
Our current Chair is stepping down – to be replaced by Andy Couldrick who will move into the Chair role from his current position of Chief Executive. This will provide a stable platform for our next Chief Executive, who also has the certainty of a new ten year contract recently signed with the City Council.
The Trust has c1900 staff and a £270m operating budget, working within a large and diverse city of over one million people. It is a serious business which needs a leader who has a deep understanding of the care sector, who has the professional and personal skills to engage a wide audience and who can steer the organisation to even greater outcomes. Listening to and working with young people and families as well as our partners, our workforce and the local authority will be key to success.
As a city, our ambition and confidence is high – but we are in no doubt that there is still much to do in the Trust to support the most disadvantaged young people - you can play a major role in making this happen.
Closing Date: Tuesday 4th July 2023, midnight