Sahir House is recruiting a new CEO

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Sahir House’s current CEO is moving on to new things and are looking for someone to take them forward as they grow their support offer and develop new services. Sahir House has been recognised as one of the best small health charities in the country and have recently expanded their charitable objects to reflect their experience in engaging with and supporting not just people living with HIV, but also LGBT+ people and those seeking asylum.

The charity are recruiting a suitably experienced CEO to guide them through their next stage of development. In particular they are looking for someone who can demonstrate:

  • Strategic awareness and the ability to lead an organisation through a period of change
  • Significant senior management experience in the voluntary sector
  • A strong track record of securing funding from charitable trusts and foundations, service level agreements and contracts with statutory agencies, fundraising and the generation of income from training / trading activities.
  • A commitment to equality, diversity, equity and social justice

Sahir House welcomes diversity and encourages applications from all sections of the community. They especially invite applications from groups which reflect the diverse nature of the Sahir House service user population – HIV positive people, people from BAME groups, LGBT+ people and those from refugee / asylum seeking communities. 

For an informal chat about the role, email tessa.willow@sahir.uk.com with your phone number.

Closing date for applications: 12 noon Tuesday 6th April 2021

Interviews, stakeholder panel and on-line task: week starting 12 April 2021

Ideal start date: mid-May 2021, however they understand candidates may have longer notice periods and will accommodate this.

Full details of how to apply, the job description and person specification can be downloaded from their website here.

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