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Do you have what it takes to help create more living streets around the UK?

Our staff, volunteers and trustees are what makes Living Streets so successful, and what gives our work such passion and focus. Do you want to join our work creating more safe, attractive and enjoyable streets?

 

Trustees (Voluntary Role)

We accept expressions of interest in becoming a Trustee of Living Streets throughout the year. 

 

If you would like further information please contact recruitment@livingstreets.org.uk

Director of Finance & Resources (Maternity Cover)

Job Title: Director of Finance & Resources (Maternity Cover)

Length of Contract: Maternity Cover (expected to be 1 year)

Salary Range: £50,548 - £56,307

Reporting to: Chief Executive

Location: London (Tower Hamlets)

Budget Responsibility: Core overheads budget and overall organisation budget

Management Responsibility: Executive Assistant, Finance Coordinator, Office Coordinator

Hours: Full Time (Maternity Cover) 35 hours per week

Closing Date: 9am Monday 5 January 2015


Main Purpose Of Job:

The Director of Finance and Resources is responsible for meeting all statutory requirements through good governance and ensuring good financial planning, management and monitoring.  The post holder must also ensure that the organisation effectively prioritises its resources to deliver its strategic and business objectives.  The key responsibility of the post holder is effective financial management for Living Streets and Living Streets Services but the post is also accountable for HR and the  provision of support services such as IT and facilities management.  The post holder will be a qualified finance professional (ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent).

The post holder will be a member, and must provide an effective contribution to, the Senior Management Team (SMT), reporting directly to the Chief Executive.  They will regularly report to the Board of Trustees and will act as Company Secretary, ensuring that Trustees meet their legal and regulatory duties.

Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below - See more at:


For further information on the Job Role please see the documents below

Candidate Pack (Part 1)
Candidate Pack (Part 2)
Equal Opportunities Form

 

Regional Director (Midlands)

Job title: Regional Director (Midlands)

Salary Range: £38,091- £43,422

Reporting to: Deputy Director of Local Impact

Location: Midlands

Budget Responsibility: Regional based budget to be confirmed

Management Responsibility: Regional Coordinators (Leicester x1 and Birmingham x3)

Hours: 35 per week

Closing Date: Wednesday 21 January 5pm

 

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

The Regional Director (Midlands) will develop Living Streets in the designated region, and other areas of designated responsibility, expand its funding base, influence and impact. The post will promote its vision and objectives to local stakeholder groups including community members, practitioners and policy and decision makers. The role will include leading the team to influence stakeholders, develop the organisation’s presence in the region, and deliver our work with communities, schools, supporters and wider audiences, in line with funder and organisational requirements. Play a lead role in developing income generating opportunities across the region to ensure the long term sustainability of our regional presence.

The post holder will report to the Deputy Director of Local Impact, and as team leader, will manage the other staff in the designated regional team. It will be necessary for the post holder to travel to London and other Living Streets offices, when requested.

Finally, the post will lead our Local Presence Strategy in the designated region, which aims to use our national strength to make a difference at a local level.


Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below

For further information on the Job Role please see the documents below

Candidate Pack (Part 1)
Candidate Pack (Part 2)
Equal Opportunities Form

Regional Director (North West)

Job title: Regional Director (North West)

Salary Range: £38,091- £43,422

Reporting to: Deputy Director of Local Impact

Location: Manchester Living Streets

Budget Responsibility: Regional based budget to be confirmed

Management Responsibility: Project Manager (North West)

Hours: 35 per week

Closing Date: Wednesday 21st January, 5pm

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

The Regional Director (North West) will develop Living Streets in the designated region, and other areas of designated responsibility, expand its funding base, influence and impact. The post will promote its vision and objectives to local stakeholder groups including community members, practitioners and policy and decision makers. The role will include leading the team to influence stakeholders, develop the organisation’s presence in the region, and deliver our work with communities, schools, supporters and wider audiences, in line with funder and organisational requirements. Play a lead role in developing income generating opportunities across the region to ensure the long term sustainability of our regional presence.

The post holder will report to the Deputy Director of Local Impact, and as team leader, will manage the other staff in the designated regional team. It will be necessary for the post holder to travel to London and other Living Streets offices, when requested.

Finally, the post will lead our Local Presence Strategy in the designated region, which aims to use our national strength to make a difference at a local level.


Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below

For further information on the Job Role please see the documents below

Candidate Pack (Part 1)
Candidate Pack (Part 2)
Equal Opportunities Form

Head of Strategy (Schools and Workplaces)

Job title: Head of Strategy (Schools and Workplaces)

Salary Range: £41,591 - £46,922 (including London weighting)

Reporting to: Deputy Director of Local Impact

Location: London Preferred

Budget Responsibility: No

Management Responsibility: No,but the post may have line management responsibility in the future

Hours: 35 per week

Closing Date: Thursday 22nd January, 5pm

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

The Head of Strategy (Schools and Workplaces) will lead on driving the cross organisational Schools Strategy and lead on the development, review and implementation of a cross-organisational Workplaces Strategy. They will work across Living Streets departments to ensure both strategies align with the Living Streets Organisational Strategy and Business Plan. They will hold responsibility for quality assurance for schools and workplaces activity across policy, development and project delivery.

The post holder will ensure that our Schools and Workplaces Strategies are well developed, embedded and delivered across the organisation. They will ensure that policy, public affairs, income generation and project opportunities are identified and exploited in line with the strategy. They will also be responsible for ensuring that all schools and workplaces activities are developed and delivered in line with the Living Streets Strategic Objectives.

The post holder will bring expertise on working with schools and workplaces to ensure a high quality service is maintained across project delivery and ensure new learning across projects is captured and supports the scoping of new funding opportunities.

As a senior role within the organisation, they must also be able to contribute more widely to our organisational goals, and support opportunities to gain more funding. Occasional travel within the UK will also be required to work with national and regional teams.

Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below

For further information on the Job Role please see the documents below

Candidate Pack (Part 1)
Candidate Pack (Part 2)
Equal Opportunities Form

 

Head of Strategy (Streets)

Job title: Head of Strategy (Streets)

Salary Range: £41,591 - £46,922 (including London weighting)

Reporting to: Deputy Director of Local Impact

Location: London Preferred

Budget Responsibility: No

Management Responsibility: No,but the post may have line management responsibility in the future

Hours: 35 per week

Closing Date: Thursday 22nd January, 5pm

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

The Head of Strategy (Streets) will lead on driving the development, review and implementation of a cross organisational Streets Strategy. They will work across Living Streets Departments to ensure the Streets Strategy aligns with the Living Streets Organisational Strategy and Business Plan. They will hold responsibility for quality assurance for streets activity across policy, development and project delivery.

They will ensure that our Streets Strategy is well developed, embedded and delivered across the organisation. They will ensure that policy, public affairs, income generation and project opportunities are identified and exploited in line with the strategy. They will also be responsible for ensuring that all streets activities are developed and delivered in line with the Living Streets Strategic Objectives.

The post holder will bring expertise relating to the design and management of streets and define appropriate engagement and auditing methods to ensure a high quality service across project delivery, including influencing capital spend to support pedestrians. They will ensure new learning across projects is captured and supports the scoping of new funding opportunities.

The role will require technical expertise to support our ability to utilise our key streets products, leading on strategic entry into new sectors such as public health, sustainable planning, infrastructure, regeneration and housing. The post holder will play a key role in adapting and innovating our key services.

As a senior role within the organisation, they must also be able to contribute more widely to our organisational goals, and support opportunities to gain more funding. Occasional travel within the UK will also be required to work with national and regional teams.


Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below

For further information on the Job Role please see the documents below

Candidate Pack (Part 1)
Candidate Pack (Part 2)
Equal Opportunities Form