Director of Care, Housing & Hospitality

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Director of Care, Housing & Hospitality

Salary £100,000
London/South East

Jewish Care is the largest health and social care charity for the Jewish Community in the UK, caring directly for over 10,000 people each week. We employ 1,400 people throughout North London and the Southeast offering a wide range of services to people who are elderly, mentally ill, people with disabilities, holocaust survivors, and refugees. Jewish Care also offers support and guidance to families, carers and the bereaved.

We are proud of our heritage, constantly looking to deliver excellent service and always driven to ensure that all people in our care lead fulfilling lives. We are looking for a Director who will be a passionate advocate for people in our care and, who has the drive and determination to get the best from everyone, as well as having the experience and skills to manage large budgets and effective organisational performance to respond to our post-Covid challenges.

As part of the Directorate team, you will closely with the Chief Executive and Executive colleagues to align care strategies that will sustainably deliver measurable outcomes for the community, people using Jewish Care’s services and their families; Discharge all the statutory responsibilities and provide development & support to the Head of Care, Head of Housing and Head of Hospitality. This is a pivotal role and you will be overseeing our core business, ensuring that our reputation for delivering first class services remains but that we retain a desire to consistently improve and respond to the changing needs of our customers.

This is not just a job. This is about ensuring the most vulnerable people in our community are receiving the best services aligned to our culture to enable every person and their families to be supported every step of the way and that no one feels they are alone. It is important, we continue to build on strong foundations to create sustainable services for future generations to access.

If you feel you have the ambition and to be part of our journey, please contact our advising consultants Elizabeth Pick at or Nancy Scott at from GatenbySanderson.

Closing date: 3rd December 2021.

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