Chief Operating Officer (COO)

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Chief Operating Officer (COO)

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JTeen, one of the UK’s fastest-growing and most important Jewish charities, is seeking it’s first-ever full-time COO to work alongside our inspiring CEO. This role offers a unique opportunity to make a significant impact in helping to improve the mental health of Jewish teenagers and positively influencing the future adults of our community.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Strong knowledge and experience in finance, HR, governance, and compliance
  • Thorough familiarity with the Orthodox Jewish world and wider Jewish community
  • Experience in the charitable/third sector
  • Proven track record in project management
  • Excellent communication and leadership skills

Key responsibilities include:

  • Collaborating with the CEO on organisational vision, strategy, and recruitment
  • Translating strategy into actionable goals for performance and growth
  • Guiding our Marketing and Communications team
  • Representing JTeen at public events and in meetings with other organisations.

The role is full-time (including some unsociable hours) possibly accommodating flexible hours and /or a mix of office-based work (North West London) and working from home. Salary range: £48-£63K, dependent on experience.

JTeen is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity and inclusion.

To apply, please contact for a more detailed job description. Applications will be by way of covering letter and a CV.

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