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Chief Operating Officer

Randstad Care

merseyside, NW
Today
merseyside, NW
£60k - £70k Per Year
Today
£60k - £70k Per Year

Permanent Position
Job Title - COO - Chief Operating Officer
Location - Merseyside
Salary - Up to 70k per annum depending on experience
We are currently recruiting for a COO Chief Operating Officer on behalf of one of our prestigious clients based in Merseyside. Our client is seeking an individual to develop Children and family services therefore we are looking for someone who has extensive experience in Children's Homes. As an experienced leader you will provide support and leadership to direct reports throughout the organisation.
Duties will include (but not limited to) -
Lead and oversee a wide portfolio of services.
Accountable for leading and developing operational services.
Contribute to strategic development.
Ensure that all targets within the strategic plan are met.
Deputise for CEO where required.
Providing strategic advice to the leadership team.
Deliver organisations business plan.
Keep up to date with all matters within areas of responsibility.
Be the lead safeguarding officer for the organisation
All other standard COO responsibilities within an organisation.
If you feel you hold the correct experience for this role and would like to discuss this opportunity further please contact Scott Orr for a confidential chat on 0161 245 3633 or email
Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
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Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

FORDE MAY CONSULTING LTD

Belfast, N Ireland
3 days ago
Belfast, N Ireland
£64.489k - £89.158k Per Year
3 days ago
£64.489k - £89.158k Per Year

Job Title:                             Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Reports To:                        Chair and the Board

Organisation:                      InterTradeIreland

Base:                                   Kilmorey Street, Newry, Down, BT34 2DE

Duration:                             Full-time, four year fixed-term contract

Salary:                                 £64,489 - £89,158 per annum

 

Summary of Job:             

InterTradeIreland was established in 1999 by the Governments of Northern Ireland and Ireland to boost North/South economic co-operation to the mutual benefit of both jurisdictions. The Body was established by law in both jurisdictions and currently has an annual budget of circa £12.5 million per annum.  As Chief Executive Officer, you will lead the Body, providing vision and strategic direction to effectively promote and strengthen North South trade and business development on an all-island basis.

Key Duties:

  • Working closely with the Board, provide vision and leadership to InterTradeIreland to achieve its strategic ambition and objectives and fulfil its mandate to enhance cooperation on North South trade and business development.
  • Lead the formulation of organisational strategy, manage the development, approval and delivery of appropriate Business Plans, and drive their implementation to achieve the organisation’s targets.
  • Translate NSMC policy directions applicable to the Body into effective executive action.
  • Develop and enhance the public profile of InterTradeIreland at local, regional and national level and effectively promote the organisation`s mission with key stakeholders, potential partners and the wider community using a wide range of media and technologies.
  • Establish and develop strategic relationships and drive collaboration with key stakeholders including Ministers, Sponsoring Departments, Departments of Finance, the North South Ministerial Council, economic development agencies and trade and business representative organisations.
  • Ensure effective management of the InterTradeIreland by fostering a culture of continuous improvement, championing innovative practices and implementing effective change management mechanisms.
  • Establish effective mechanisms which encourage co-ordination, collaboration and co-operation across teams in InterTradeIreland and ensure a harmonious and holistic approach to service user needs and the optimum use of resources.
  • Promote and enhance economic competitiveness and support economic recovery to address key strategic challenges including COVID 19 and EU Exit.
  • Proactively promote the range of support and assistance available from InterTradeIreland, building on a network of companies and businesses willing to actively support the organisation in its work.
  • Direct, discharge and control the execution of the functions of the Body as set out in the company’s Financial Memorandum and in line with corporate governance standards and risk management processes and ensure that the Body’s activities, internal policies and operations comply with the relevant legislation and guidance of both Northern Ireland and Ireland.
  • To be the Accounting Officer for the Body with full budgetary management control for InterTradeIreland accountable for the deployment of resources, and to ensure that robust governance systems and controls are implemented.
  • Ensure that InterTradeIreland fulfils all of its legal, statutory and regulatory responsibilities, including those relating to GDPR data protection, Health and Safety, and Equality duties.

The above is given as a broad range of duties and is not intended to be a complete description of all tasks. It may be adjusted from time to time by the Board of InterTradeIreland, in line with organisational need and changes in the business environment.

Essential Criteria

  • A degree or equivalent third level professional qualification, in a business, management or finance related discipline.
  • At least 5 years’ relevant experience at a senior management level* in an organisation of similar complexity and financial scale as InterTradeIreland.
  • A comprehensive understanding of SME’s and the issues affecting them in each jurisdiction (NI and RoI).

*senior management level is defined as working or reporting directly to individuals at CEO level (or the next level) or equivalent, or managing a team where the role includes responsibility for the performance of an organisation or department making decisions affecting strategic issues.

Full details including key duties and responsibilities, essential and desirable criteria, person specification and application form are available at http://fordemayconsulting.com/jobs/ceo/

If you have any queries about this role please contact Gerry May at Forde May Consulting Ltd Phone: 028 9062 8877 or email jobs@fordemayconsulting.com quoting ref no 1790CEO. The application form and information pack can also be downloaded from intertradeireland.com/careers. Application forms and packs can be made available in a range of accessible formats on request. Candidates with a disability that require assistance will be facilitated upon request.

Completed application forms must be received no later than FRIDAY 12th MARCH AT 5.00PM

InterTradeIreland – The Trade and Business Development is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates irrespective of religious belief, gender, disability, race, political opinion, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or whether or not they have dependants. As part of our affirmative action programme we particularly welcome applicants from the Protestant Community. All applications will be considered strictly on the basis of merit.

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Chief Executive Officer

Not For Profit People

Birmingham, MID
4 days ago
Birmingham, MID
£60k - £60k Per Year
4 days ago
£60k - £60k Per Year

Chief Executive Officer

Do you have the passion, energy and drive to grow the social enterprise sector in Birmingham and beyond?

We are looking for a CEO to be responsible for the day to day running of a strong and vibrant "can do” organisation with a reputation for innovation, responsiveness, quality and excellent customer service.

Position: Chief Executive Officer

Location: Birmingham (In the current Covid 19 environment the majority of work is undertaken from home by the CEO and other staff members)

Hours: 37.5 hrs per week full time (open to consideration of flexible hours)

Salary: £60,000 p.a. plus discretionary performance bonus

Contract: Permanent

Benefits: 5% self-contribution and 5% company contribution, 35 days per annum including 8 bank holidays.

Closing Date: Thursday 12th March at 12 noon

Interviews: From 18th March 2021 onwards

The Role

The CEO will lead the organisation through its next phase of bold growth, have responsibility for the strategic direction and the financial sustainability of the organisation and will run both the Digbeth Social Enterprise Hub and the Sparkbrook Women's Community and Enterprise Hub.

You will be an inspirational and motivational thought leader for social enterprise supporting initiatives such as 'Birmingham as a Social Enterprise City', City Drive and the 'Digbeth Social Enterprise Quarter'.

About You

As CEO, you will be focused on continuous improvement and will be empowered to "think outside the box” as you lead the organisation through a complex and ever-changing social enterprise and businesses support landscape and in pursuit of opportunities for the growth of business for the sector. This particularly applies in the current Covid 19 and post-Covid 19 environments.

You will have

  • A first degree in an appropriate discipline or relevant experience
  • Proven experience of leading a successful business as CEO or in another senior management position
  • A background in social enterprise or trading charity leadership with strong leadership experience
  • Proven experience in leading and motivating a diverse group of staff in values led businesses
  • Proven experience in leading on and writing successful bids
  • Demonstrable experience in informing and influencing programmes and policy development
  • Proven, successful experience in assessment and management of business risk
  • Commercial and revenue generation acumen, including experience in developing profitable strategies and implementing vision

In return, you will have the privilege to work with and support a team of highly talented and committed professionals who are motivated and energised by our achievements to date and the opportunities available to us.

As part of the recruitment process you will be asked to submit a CV and Cover Letter to support your application.

About the Organisation

The organisation is a B2B social enterprise whose purpose is to grow the social enterprise sector in Birmingham, West Midlands and beyond. It provides high quality support and services to social enterprises and trading third sector organisations across every stage of the social entrepreneurial journey from engagement of citizens and communities through to high end business growth. The organisation aims to be a leading social enterprise in terms of ensuring that it implements and encourages others to follow best practice in this field.

The organisation commits that all existing and potential employees receive equal consideration and is committed to the elimination of unlawful or unfair discrimination. The organisation welcomes applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and in particular those from Black, Asian and other ethnic groups who may experience racism in our society.

Other roles you may have experience of could include CEO, COO, Chief Exec, Chief Executive, Chief Executive Officer, Director, Head of, Chief.

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Managing Director

Coburg Banks Limited

Leicester, MID
Today
Leicester, MID
£70k - £80k Per Year
Today
£70k - £80k Per Year
We're looking for a talented Managing Director to work for our client.
They want to recruit someone with demonstrable experience of building partnerships with care providers.
If that's you then you could be exactly what they're looking for.
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The Role:
Reporting to the CEO and based in the company's Leicester office, as the Managing Director you will be primarily responsible for sales and operations of the business.
In the job you'll be tasked with the following:
- Leading the organisation to achieve the company's vision and business plan
- Recruiting and developing staff
- Winning contracts with leading social care providers and agencies
- Developing the relationship process with care providers
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The Candidate:
The ideal candidate for this Managing Director role will have relevant experience of building partnerships with care providers.
You'll also need experience of:
- Running a care recruitment company
- Business development
- Budgets and finance
- Managing staff and recruiting consultants
- Working on a neutral vendor desk
The ideal person for the role will be the following:
- Organised
- Driven and self sufficient
- Highly strategic
- Able to follow operations to achieve overall objections
Does that sound like you? If so, we'd love to see your CV.
You must also possess a full driving licence to be considered for this position. Please do not apply if you do not have one.
This position could be right for you if you want to work as any of the following: General Manager, Operational Manager or as a Regional Manager.
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The Package:
Basic salary: £70,000 - £80,000 per annum depending on experience
Bonus: An additional bonus is also available if the company hits certain targets - full details of the scheme will be revealed on application
Additional benefits include:
- 28 days holiday
- Pension
- Company share option scheme
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The Company:
The business you'll be working for is a company who provide a platform that helps care companies highlight their requirements and enables temporary agencies to provide the quality Care Workers across quickly and efficiently.
They're a great company to work for. People join them for many reasons, such as they:
- Are highly entrepreneurial
- Are at the forefront of technology
- Provide fantastic share ownership opportunities
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Interested? If you think you're right for this Managing Director role, then click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

Coburg Banks Health and Social Care specialise in recruiting Care Managers, Care Co-ordinators and Senior Carers within Residential care, Domiciliary care, Supported living and Nursing across the UK. We would welcome the opportunity to help you in your career, so please send a copy of your CV into us. If you know of other people who are currently looking for a new career within the Health and Care Sector please refer them to us.
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Chief Executive

National Health Service

Cornwall, SW
Today
Cornwall, SW
Today

Job Reference: 471-21-6508

Employer:
Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group
Department:
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Integrated Care System (ICS)
Location:
Cornwall
Salary:
Competitive

The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Integrated Care System (ICS) is looking for an inspirational Chief Executive, whom, alongside the chief executive officers, chairs and councillors across the main partnership organisations, can lead Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly (CIOS) in the next stage of our transformation.

The ICS chief executive will also hold the statutory accountable officer role for NHS Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group (NHS Kernow).

When compared to other places, CIOS has the benefit of a relatively simple ICS with fewer partners than other areas of the country, including a vibrant voluntary sector. In addition to this, we also work closely with Devon-based partners. We established the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Health and Care Partnership in 2016. Since then, significant progress has been made and this was recognised in us becoming an accredited ICS in December 2020.

Our people and population are central to our plans; improving their health and wellbeing is our purpose. The integration and improvement in the quality, reliability and safety of our system are central to our actions in the first place but we aspire to achieve services which are outstanding. Our partners see our future system as dynamic, integrated and interdependent.

Although we have been on a journey of transformation for several years, the emergence of COVID-19 has enabled us to rapidly join forces to support people. This has included the creation of community coordination centres, which have allowed us to work ever more closely with GPs and other primary care colleagues to provide the wraparound care people want and need. These centres have created a simple referral process to ensure people’s needs are met quickly by the right health or care professional, making the best possible use of our shared workforce.

You will provide strategic leadership and will be instrumental in the design and development of future governance and accountability mechanisms for the system and for its transformation and shared accountability as a partnership group. You will inspire others across our health and care system to deliver our health and wellbeing strategy –the foundation of our health and care plans - which addresses many of the issues and challenges that impact on people’s health, such as housing, education and employment.

Alongside other system leaders, you will provide inspirational leadership and management of innovative change across our partnership. Working with partners you will help to integrate local and national government initiatives, along with the provision of the voluntary/third sector and private sector organisations. Crucial to this role will be the development and implementation of our ICS Strategy. You will assist the increasingly cohesive public Senate, our main systems board, and the systems executive group to give strong, values–based leadership to our network of organisations and ensure a culture of trust, honesty and mutual respect is further built upon.

As a result, we are looking for a high calibre individual who can lead us through this continued journey of transformation. If you share our ambition, vison, and values, then we look forward to receiving your application and meeting with you in due course. We would particularly encourage applications from candidates with protected characteristics, as we are committed to improving diversity within our system.

Recruitment Timetable:

Interviews date: 13 April 2021

To request a copy of the information pack, please contact our recruitment partners The Finegreen Group at enquiries@finegreen.co.uk

For an informal and confidential conversation about the post, please contact:

Joe Joyce

Director of Senior Appointments

The Finegreen Group

joe.joyce@finegreen.co.uk

07557 998 599



PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOUR APPLICATION CLEARLY REFLECTS THE CRITERIA LISTED WITHIN THE JOB DESCRIPTION AND PERSON SPECIFICATION.
In submitting an application form, you authorise us to confirm any previous NHS service details via the Electronic Staff Record Inter Authority Transfer process should you be appointed to the post.
PLEASE NOTE THAT IF A VACANCY IS MARKED 'INTERNAL' YOUR APPLICATION WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED IF YOU DO NOT FALL WITHIN THE SPECIFIED RESTRICTION

NHS Kernow is under a duty to protect the public funds it administers, and to this end may use the information you have provided on this form for the prevention and detection of fraud. It may also share this information with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds for these purposes.

We positively encourage applications from all sections of the community regardless of sex, sexual orientation, racial origin or disability. We are committed to equal opportunities and operates a no smoking policy.

For further information, see

audit-commission.gov.uk/national-fraud-initiative/fair-processing-notice-full-text/ or contact Barry Hards, Local Counter Fraud Specialist on 0845 300 333 or 07867 526292

Please note: information submitted in your application via NHS Jobs will be transferred to a third party e-recruitment system Trac for the management of the recruitment process. Your data remains confidential. Your data will not be shared with any further parties.

Should you be unsuccessful please be aware that your job application and related documents will be retained confidentially for a period of 13 months.

If you have any questions relating to this please contact the Trust’s Data Protection Officer by email

cpn-tr.SubjectAccessRequest@nhs.net

Please note that if you have not received a reply within 21 days of the closing date you must assume that, on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.

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Research Officer

CAPITA

Multiple locations
4 days ago
Multiple locations
4 days ago
We’re supporting our clients as they adapt to a new world in the wake of COVID-19. We’re now recruiting for roles which will help our clients to deliver vital services and to resume business wherever possible.
Deliver exceptional candidate and customer experience through an effective and inclusive recruitment process.
This is a research role but with additional management and administrative responsibility for the digital customer feedback platform.
This role is key in helping the business to understand the experience of the candidate as they move through one of the most complex recruitment processes in Europe. Our aim is to deliver exceptional candidate and customer experience through an effective and inclusive recruitment process.
Since 2012, Capita have been working in partnership with the British Army to deliver best in class recruitment services. The partnership is responsible for attracting, sourcing and selecting officers and soldiers for the Army (Regular and Reserve), meeting targets based around quantity, quality and excellent candidate experience.
The operation is managed from the National Recruiting Centre in Upavon, Salisbury.
The Candidate Insight and Research Team enables intelligence led decision making across the business taking into account the needs and experiences of the candidate.
This is an excellent opportunity for a graduate to start their career in Customer experience/Research
Please note due to the hands on nature of the role with the army candidates much be able to travel to the Upavon site once or twice a week

Job title:

Research Officer

Job Description:

What you’ll be doing:

These are a mixture of research, management and administrative tasks and include:-

  • Driving forward the creation of candidate surveys ensuring that the question creation and methodology will lead to qualitative output that can be used to make recommendations
  • Report the monthly KPI for Candidate Satisfaction ensuring accuracy
  • Assist in developing survey methodology so that a CSAT NPS score can be set as a benchmark for future improvements to the candidate journey and experience
  • Take day to day responsibility for the Voice of the Candidate Platform ensuring that reports are generated in a timely way, and that users access the right level of data from personalised dashboards
  • Carry out open source research as required using recognised search methodologies
  • Prepare high quality presentations using Powerpoint and Excel
  • Support the Mystery Shop process – managing a cohort of candidates; running Focus Groups; accessing DRS candidate records; talking to candidates in a one to one environment; complying with all consent and GDPR requirements
  • Design, format and distribute the quarterly research newsletter and administer the Research Library

What we’re looking for:

  • Excellent IT skill level, particularly MS Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel)
  • Knowledge of survey methodologies
  • Innovative and curious
  • Good communication skills
  • Will need to be able to operate the Defence Recruiting System (training provided)
  • Well organised
  • Administrative experience
  • Passion for customer service
  • Team player
  • Have full SC clearance or is willing to be cleared
  • Familiarity with the British Army and Army Careers (Desirable)
  • Experience of recruitment (Desirable)

About Capita RPP

At Capita Recruiting Partnering Project, we’re transforming the British Army’s recruitment service. Our team are constantly improving the entire recruitment and selection process for both the Regular Army and the Reserves. Our mission is to make joining the Army a less daunting and more transparent experience. Join us and discover better ways to inspire people to become part of the Army.

What’s in it for you?

  • A competitive basic salary
  • 23 days’ holiday (rising to 27) with the opportunity to buy extra leave
  • The opportunity to take a paid day out of the office, volunteering for our charity partners or a cause of your choice
  • Company matched pension, life assurance, a cycle2work scheme, 15 weeks’ fully paid maternity, adoption and shared parental leave, paternity pay of two weeks…and plenty more
  • Voluntary benefits designed to suit your lifestyle – from discounts on retail and socialising, to health & wellbeing, travel and technology
  • Access to our Employee Network Groups, which represent every strand of diversity and allow colleagues to connect and learn from each other on an open, inclusive platform
  • Home based with occasional travel to the office

You’ll get the chance to follow your chosen career path anywhere in Capita. You’ll be joining a network of 63,000 experienced, innovative and dedicated individuals across multiple disciplines and sectors. There are countless opportunities to learn new skills and develop in your career, and we’ll provide the support you need to do just that. Our purpose is to create a better outcome for you.

What we hope you’ll do next:

Choose ‘Apply now’ to fill out our short application, so that we can find out more about you.

Please contact seona.treadaway@capita.com or lisa.scott2@capita.com for further information

All interviews, assessments and background checks will continue to take place online, to completely remove the need for face-to-face contact. All Capita colleagues who can work from home should do so; and where it is not possible for colleagues to work remotely, we have taken important steps to protect those working from Capita’s offices. Social distancing, enhanced hygiene and safety measures are already in place at all Capita locations that are open to protect our colleagues and manage the risk of COVID-19. The welfare of our people is of paramount importance to us, and we’re doing everything we can to keep our colleagues and customers safe during this time.

We’re an equal opportunity employer, which means we’ll consider all suitably qualified applicants regardless of gender identity or expression, ethnic origin, nationality, religion or beliefs, age, sexual orientation, disability status or any other protected characteristic. We recruit and develop our people based on merit and their passion for creating better outcomes, and we’re committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Location:

Home-Based - GBR

,

United Kingdom

Time Type:

Full time

Contract Type:

Permanent
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Managing Director

Xaxis

London, London
5 days ago
London, London
5 days ago

The position will have 4 VP/Partner level direct reports and be ultimately responsible for a total headcount of 120 and growing. 

The role will hold overall P&L responsibility for the business in the UK and will be responsible for leading, managing and profitably growing the business, setting the strategy and delivering on this.  

Key responsibilities fall into the following categories, which are further detailed below:

    Strategy & leadership
Marketing and comms
Commercial & sales development
Product & operations
Stakeholder management

Specific Responsibilities:

Strategy & Leadership

Set and execute the overall strategy for the UK business to continue to deliver growth in revenue and profit for Xaxis
Align your vision, strategy and execution to that of Xaxis and GroupM both locally and regionally.
Work with the UK and regional leadership teams to clarify and simplify the positioning of the various solutions to maximize market fit and overall revenue.
Motivate, inspire and build the team - harnessing the capabilities of a dynamic and highly-skilled group of senior executives to ensure that team members have a clear sense of purpose and direction.
Continue to foster an internal culture of product innovation & agile development as a key engine of growth.

Commercial & Sales development

Work with the agencies and Commercial Development director to continue to develop the business with the GroupM agencies and with direct clients where relevant.
Build greater levels of agency engagement by educating agency CEO’s and their teams on the strategic value of Xaxis and putting this into action;
Represent the Xaxis overall brand and businesses with the agencies, clients, GroupM and with the industry.
Manage the annual, quarterly and monthly budgeting and reporting process, working closely with local GroupM UK leadership and regional and global Xaxis leaders. Ensure budgets and forecasts are accurate, based on a strong understanding of the underlying risks, business, clients, and cost structure.

Products & Operations

Work with the Director of Product and Senior Director of Operations to drive the ongoing evolution of the technology platform to deliver on the business’ requirements.
Prioritize and communicate the UK needs when it comes to the underlying global technology platform and products, and ensure that deliverables are relevant and executable in the UK.  

Stakeholders Management

Develop strong and productive relationships with all internal and external stakeholders to ensure that client satisfaction is high and that the needs of the UK in terms of resources and technology platforms are fulfilled.
The nature of the WPP, GroupM and Xaxis structure will mean that the incumbent will need to action all the above points whilst simultaneously managing the internal stakeholders and political dynamics of the Group. 

Candidate Profile:

The ideal candidate is likely to be an agency/product business orientated executive with experience from within ad-tech, performance agency and a deep-rooted appreciation of the digital advertising market.  

The individual must be a strong leader, able to motivate and inspire. Politically-astute, they will bring exceptional stakeholder management skills, capable of managing and engaging with multiple stakeholders including agency CEOs and technology experts.

Credible, charismatic and impactful, the incoming MD will be intellectually very strong and highly proficient at contending with the complexity that comes with working in a highly dynamic and innovative space.

The ideal candidate will understand the online advertising arena and will possess a true grasp of how technology, data and service can be applied to drive value for clients, and profitable return for the business.

They will be a strong and empathetic leader who can drive growth and performance balanced with Xaxis’ technological and commercial priorities. As such, they will be an astute business leader, commercially-savvy, experienced P&L manager and deep tech and data competence.

Willing to roll up their sleeves, they will be able to switch quickly between the micro and macro, capable of being in the detail where necessary whilst possessing the holistic strategic mindset to be able to spot strategic opportunities and deliver on these.

Detailed Qualifications:

An industry veteran, you will have extensive (15+ years) relevant experience at a senior leadership level within the advertising / marketing / technology industry.
While academic qualifications count less than hands-on experience and results, a college degree or masters (or higher) will be seen as positive for a role that requires intellectual as well as interpersonal rigour.
Strong analytical skills and ability to draw conclusions based on data
Must have prior experience in a strong mobile / performance / technology / digital media environment. It is important to have a good understanding of the value and role of data and technology.  Experience at or with a DSP (Demand Side Platform) or Data Management Platform would be a plus.
You will have a proven track record of creating opportunities and delivering results in a very competitive environment.
You will have a demonstrated track record in successfully managing the operations of fast-growing businesses and proven delivery of margin / profit to a business – results driven.
You will have a well-established profile in the industry, be in a position to confidently represent Xaxis at senior levels within WPP, GroupM and its agencies
Strong interpersonal, presentation and written / oral communication skills.
Understanding and mastery of consultative selling.
Ability to build, lead and retain high performing teams
Strong understanding of industry trends, technologies and pricing models
Excellent understanding of agency dynamics and campaign buying and planning
Firm grasp on the audience and identity data that makes up audience profiles, online ad targeting, and campaign optimization
Able to deliver against multiple simultaneous tasks with excellence
You will have a proven ability to build and leverage relationships with senior people in large and small organizations
Technology and/or Software product management experience would be a plus.

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Chief Operating Officer (Completed)

Matt Dallisson

Bournemouth, SW
30+ days ago
Bournemouth, SW
30+ days ago

“Create Operational Excellence”


Attractive package to engage talent

 

We bring a rare brief to market for this ambitious food manufacturer seeking talent to lead their organisation into its next exciting growth phase.   

 

With an admired portfolio of branded and own label products, they have recently innovated new exciting ranges about to launch that will tap into consumer meta trends.

 

The scale of the opportunity means the Founder is keen to focus on developing Sales which is his passion, and hand leading the business to a talented Chief Operating Officer which is a new role in the structure.

 

Well invested, privately owned, and profitable the ambition is to ready the business for world-wide growth into new markets and channels and ultimately sale. Currently most sales are through UK foodservice, with a limited presence in grocery retail.  

 

The COO will build operational excellence and assist the Founder (who is CEO) to create shareholder value, which may include securing strategic Partners to build out into new global markets and channels.

 

The challenger mentality of the team means they are agile and entrepreneurial, operate with flair, energy and the passion that comes from being free of a restrictive corporate straightjacket.

 

The scope of this brief means your ability to identify which key opportunities will create operational excellence and scale up the business will be a natural fit. Of equal importance will be your track record of engaging your team through vision and purpose, by leading from the front.

 

The opportunity to have impact and be central to scaling up this organisation and creating a ‘Rolls-Royce’ manufacturing showroom, in tandem with the rewards available makes this position worth exploring further.

 

For an informal and discreet conversation please send your details to their retained advisors.

 

PLEASE ONLY APPLY IF YOU HAVE EXPERIENCE LEADING OPERATIONS INCLUDING MANUFACTURING IN FMCG CONSUMER PRODUCTS IDEALLY FOOD/DRINK, AND YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO WORK IN THE UK.

 

All referrals are received gratefully and treated with discretion. Our client is an equal opportunities employer.

 

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Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

FORDE MAY CONSULTING LTD

Multiple locations
3 days ago
Multiple locations
£64.489k - £89.158k Per Year
3 days ago
£64.489k - £89.158k Per Year

Job Title:                             Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Reports To:                         Chair and the Board

Organisation:                      InterTradeIreland

Base:                                   Kilmorey Street, Newry, Down, BT34 2DE

Duration:                             Full-time, four year fixed-term contract

Salary:                                 £64,489 - £89,158 per annum

 

Summary of Job:             

InterTradeIreland was established in 1999 by the Governments of Northern Ireland and Ireland to boost North/South economic co-operation to the mutual benefit of both jurisdictions. The Body was established by law in both jurisdictions and currently has an annual budget of circa £12.5 million per annum.  As Chief Executive Officer, you will lead the Body, providing vision and strategic direction to effectively promote and strengthen North South trade and business development on an all-island basis.

Key Duties:

  • Working closely with the Board, provide vision and leadership to InterTradeIreland to achieve its strategic ambition and objectives and fulfil its mandate to enhance cooperation on North South trade and business development.
  • Lead the formulation of organisational strategy, manage the development, approval and delivery of appropriate Business Plans, and drive their implementation to achieve the organisation’s targets.
  • Translate NSMC policy directions applicable to the Body into effective executive action.
  • Develop and enhance the public profile of InterTradeIreland at local, regional and national level and effectively promote the organisation`s mission with key stakeholders, potential partners and the wider community using a wide range of media and technologies.
  • Establish and develop strategic relationships and drive collaboration with key stakeholders including Ministers, Sponsoring Departments, Departments of Finance, the North South Ministerial Council, economic development agencies and trade and business representative organisations.
  • Ensure effective management of the InterTradeIreland by fostering a culture of continuous improvement, championing innovative practices and implementing effective change management mechanisms.
  • Establish effective mechanisms which encourage co-ordination, collaboration and co-operation across teams in InterTradeIreland and ensure a harmonious and holistic approach to service user needs and the optimum use of resources.
  • Promote and enhance economic competitiveness and support economic recovery to address key strategic challenges including COVID 19 and EU Exit.
  • Proactively promote the range of support and assistance available from InterTradeIreland, building on a network of companies and businesses willing to actively support the organisation in its work.
  • Direct, discharge and control the execution of the functions of the Body as set out in the company’s Financial Memorandum and in line with corporate governance standards and risk management processes and ensure that the Body’s activities, internal policies and operations comply with the relevant legislation and guidance of both Northern Ireland and Ireland.
  • To be the Accounting Officer for the Body with full budgetary management control for InterTradeIreland accountable for the deployment of resources, and to ensure that robust governance systems and controls are implemented.
  • Ensure that InterTradeIreland fulfils all of its legal, statutory and regulatory responsibilities, including those relating to GDPR data protection, Health and Safety, and Equality duties.

The above is given as a broad range of duties and is not intended to be a complete description of all tasks. It may be adjusted from time to time by the Board of InterTradeIreland, in line with organisational need and changes in the business environment.

Essential Criteria

  • A degree or equivalent third level professional qualification, in a business, management or finance related discipline.
  • At least 5 years’ relevant experience at a senior management level* in an organisation of similar complexity and financial scale as InterTradeIreland.
  • A comprehensive understanding of SME’s and the issues affecting them in each jurisdiction (NI and RoI).

*senior management level is defined as working or reporting directly to individuals at CEO level (or the next level) or equivalent, or managing a team where the role includes responsibility for the performance of an organisation or department making decisions affecting strategic issues.

Full details including key duties and responsibilities, essential and desirable criteria, person specification and application form are available at http://fordemayconsulting.com/jobs/ceo/

If you have any queries about this role please contact Gerry May at Forde May Consulting Ltd Phone: 028 9062 8877 or email jobs@fordemayconsulting.com quoting ref no 1790CEO. The application form and information pack can also be downloaded from intertradeireland.com/careers. Application forms and packs can be made available in a range of accessible formats on request. Candidates with a disability that require assistance will be facilitated upon request.

Completed application forms must be received no later than FRIDAY 12th MARCH AT 5.00PM

InterTradeIreland – The Trade and Business Development is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates irrespective of religious belief, gender, disability, race, political opinion, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or whether or not they have dependants. As part of our affirmative action programme we particularly welcome applicants from the Protestant Community. All applications will be considered strictly on the basis of merit.

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Turnaround & Restructuring Services | Vice President

AlixPartners

30+ days ago
30+ days ago

Turnaround & Restructuring Services | Vice President | Manchester

Company

AlixPartners is a leading global business advisory firm of results-oriented professionals who specialise in creating value and restoring performance at every stage of the business life cycle. We thrive on our ability to make a difference in high-impact situations and deliver sustainable, bottom-line results. More details can be found at www.alixpartners.com.

Business Area

The Turnaround & Restructuring Services practice is composed of the most respected financial restructuring professionals in the industry. AlixPartners is widely recognised for its long and successful record in helping its clients resolve urgent situations and implement rapid change. Our professionals share a practical, results-oriented mind-set underpinned by the understanding that, under such situations, failure is not an option. We work side-by-side with both management teams and key stakeholders to provide a broad range of services in relation to companies facing strategic, financial, and operational challenges.

Job Summary

We now have several Manchester based opportunities within our formal insolvency team, an integral part of the wider TRS practice. The team is involved in formal insolvency cases from the outset – managing a portfolio of cases - taking responsibility for statutory duties, creditor communications, asset realisations, investigations, employee redundancies, claims and correspondence, and case closure.

This role provides an exciting opportunity to join AlixPartners and work as part of a dedicated team responsible for claims agreement and distribution processes in formal insolvency cases. As part of this team you will be required to oversee and progress a broad range of aspects, including managing the review of claims received, their eligibility for proving and agreeing their quantum.

This work will be guided by an overall framework of approach, however candidates will be expected to work with the wider team to apply their own knowledge and skills and to identify any issues or areas of risk and to propose potential improvements to refine the claims agreement and distribution process. As a Vice President, you will be responsible for supporting more junior team members and are likely to be dealing with more complex or high-volume creditor claims, which will require increased review or specific consideration.

Key requisite skills will include an ability to work well as part of a team, a hardworking and diligent approach, self-motivation, good risk awareness, strong problem-solving skills and the ability to understand the ‘big picture’.

Background & Qualifications

Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Bachelors degree or strong A-Level results with directly relevant experience.
  • A good level of experience in a professional services or corporate environment with a direct relevance to formal insolvency.
  • A strong understanding of the UK Insolvency statutory and regulatory framework.
  • Strong numerical and analytical capabilities.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, in order to work well with colleagues across the team and wider TRS practice.
  • The ability to use your own initiative and problem solve with a ‘can do’ attitude.
  • Good project management skills with the ability to prioritise own tasks and those of others, working to keep to deadlines and managing multiple demands.
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail, with an ability to develop and interpret reports and data analysis.
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills, with experience in IPS or other insolvency systems beneficial.
  • Fluency in English is essential.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.


All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status or status as an individual with disability.

Salary

£60k - £70k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

Today

Description


Permanent Position

Job Title - COO - Chief Operating Officer
Location - Merseyside
Salary - Up to 70k per annum depending on experience

We are currently recruiting for a COO Chief Operating Officer on behalf of one of our prestigious clients based in Merseyside. Our client is seeking an individual to develop Children and family services therefore we are looking for someone who has extensive experience in Children's Homes. As an experienced leader you will provide support and leadership to direct reports throughout the organisation.

Duties will include (but not limited to) -

Lead and oversee a wide portfolio of services.
Accountable for leading and developing operational services.
Contribute to strategic development.
Ensure that all targets within the strategic plan are met.
Deputise for CEO where required.
Providing strategic advice to the leadership team.
Deliver organisations business plan.
Keep up to date with all matters within areas of responsibility.
Be the lead safeguarding officer for the organisation
All other standard COO responsibilities within an organisation.

If you feel you hold the correct experience for this role and would like to discuss this opportunity further please contact Scott Orr for a confidential chat on 0161 245 3633 or email

Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.

Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.