Strategic Lead for Mind in London

Closing date:
30/09/2019
Salary:
£47,574 - £53,321 inc London weighting
Hours:
35
Location:
Stratford, East London
Contract :
Permanent

About the role

We’re Mind, the mental health charity and we are working hard to reach more people, increase our influence and effect long lasting change in all communities across England and Wales.  Across London there are 20 local charities affiliated to Mind who work collaboratively and who annually provide support to more than 42,000 people with mental health problems. But together we can do more and we are now seeing someone who can be the strategic lead for our work in London and take that collaboration to a new level and help us be more effective as an influencer, a strategic partner and a service provider at a regional and sub-regional level.

Based at Mind’s offices in Stratford, reporting in to the Networks and Communities department, working closely with colleagues across the organisation and accountable to the Mind in London Steering group, this newly created business critical role will drive our approach to influencing and relationship building across the capital.  You will be able to demonstrable excellent and effective influencing and negotiating skills and political judgement with proven success in building productive professional relationships and partnerships with a wide range of individuals and organisations. You will be self-sufficient and be able to take on a leadership role in a dynamic and developing context. You will also have line management responsibility for the Mind in London Coordinator.

Through your strategic leadership, Mind in London and the people we support, will have a strong, influential collective voice, maximising opportunities for business development and for effecting long lasting change for people with mental health problems in London.

Mind is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

How to apply

To apply for this post, please complete the documents below and email them to us, stating the vacancy job title and reference number 19-112

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