Vision PK: Vacancy: Chief Executive

16 November 2018
Source: Vision PK

Up to £45k (possibly more for an exceptional candidate) Vision PK Logo reading Empowering independence

Hours Flexible

We are a small, long-established charity providing support and services to people in Perth & Kinross who have sensory impairment to enable them to live as independently as possible.

We work with statutory and other third sector organisations, providing assessment, rehabilitation and a broad range of volunteer-based services. In the past few years we have achieved transformational change through organisational and service developments. Following a recent strategic review, we have adopted a strategy of continued incremental growth.

Our current CEO will be retiring in a few months and we need someone to lead the next stage of our journey. We are looking for an inspirational leader who will champion our values, develop external partnerships and focus on achievement. The person appointed will be passionate about service improvement and have past success in business development and securing income from a range of sources.

If you think this is the job for you, or would like to find out more about it, please contact jane.alston@visionpk.org.uk for an information and application pack.

Closing date for applications: Midnight on Monday 26 November 2018
Interviews: Wednesday/Thursday 12/13 December 2018

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