A national role combining office and home working & with frequent travel including the Skills for Care London and Leeds offices
120,000 per annum with excellent benefits
08 October 2019
Skills for Care
Are you keen to embrace a national job? Are you keen to improve social care across England and the opportunity to make a big difference? Are you looking to join and manage an expert leadership team in driving forward social care? The CEO role at Skills for Care can give you this and much more.
Skills for Care supports adult social care employers to deliver what the people they support need and what commissioners and regulators expect. We do this by helping employers get the best from their most valuable resource - their people
We are looking for a senior strategic leader to who is passionate about workforce matters and the sector. As a candidate your strategic abilities, leadership skills and drive for excellence will be critical in managing our high quality and dedicated team and enabling us to lead the way to excellent care for all.
This high-profile role requires exceptional stakeholder skills and the ability to operate effectively across both public and private sectors. You will work closely with the Department of Health and Social Care: leading on funding negotiations, influencing policy and ensuring that the profile of adult social care is enhanced to achieve the best possible outcomes for citizens accessing care and support.
Your passion for this role will enable you to inspire confidence and ensure the business is efficient, effective and offers real value for money. We have a strong Board keen to work with you to deliver impact across the sector.
|Closing date||7th October 2019 at 9am|
The Chief Executive will be selected on the basis a written application and subsequent interviews and assessments. To apply for the role, please provide the following:
- an up to date CV (maximum 3 pages);
- a supporting statement that addresses all of the bulleted criteria set out in the Person Specification and tells us why you are interested in this role;
- the names and contact details of two referees who we may contact after the shortlisting stage (please note that we will not take up these references without advising you first).
Please ensure that you complete the equalities monitoring questionnaire that automatically appears on the GatenbySanderson website as you complete your application with us online. This form will not be disclosed to anyone involved in assessing your application.
Please also complete the Automatic Disqualification Declaration.
Please contact the GatenbySanderson team on if you experience any difficulties when uploading your application.
If you would like an informal, confidential discussion about the appointment, please contact our advising consultants at GatenbySanderson, Michelle Sander on 07341 773817 or Rebecca O'Connor on 0207 426 3373.
We are committed to supporting the principle that everyone should have the same opportunities for employment, development and progression. This should be based on their ability, competence and suitability for the role. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds.
Skills for Care is a Disability Confident Employer and is committed to a positive approach towards employing people with a disability. We will seek to make reasonable adjustments wherever possible during all stages of recruitment process to accommodate the needs of a disabled job applicant. Skills for Care will interview all people with a disability that meet the minimum essential criteria for the position laid out in Part One of the Person Specification.
If you have a disability, please indicate in your application whether you need any specific assistance or adjustments to enable you to be interviewed.