We are a Charity based in the West Midlands who specialise in Independent Living /Sheltered Living for the over 55’s . At present, we have 200 residents on 3 Almshouse sites throughout the Birmingham area, with a 4th coming on board in the near future.

As a trust we are fully focused on delivering excellent service and care to our residents which include, Maintenance of buildings, apartments and grounds, Care & Support to those who need it, Restaurant, Hairdressing, Library, Gymnasium, wellbeing room, Shop. We are fully committed to ensuring our Employees are fully trained and developed to deliver their specific job roles within the trust, engaged, motivated and fully supported.

You will be an integral part of a strong Leadership team and responsible for overseeing the growth and development of the Trust in delivering our 10-year Strategy. Our Key objectives are developing vibrant communities, Caring Communities, Safe Communities and Valuing the Trust’s Assets.

We are looking for our New Chief Executive/Company Secretary to have experience at Senior Manager Level /Board Level, Have a flair for people management with the capacity to inspire and motivate both employees and residents. Experience of managing and making sound decisions. Commercial awareness, a track record of effective financial and resource management. Clear Strategic thinking bringing creativity and innovation to the role. Strong personal commitment to the trust vision, mission and values of Lench’s Trust.

How to Apply

If you are interested and would like further details please email Aaron.Mason@lenchs-trust.co.uk who will forward you a detailed pack.
Posted: 06/10/2022
Closes: 11th November 2022
Location
Quinton, Birmingham
Job type
35 per week
Salary
£75k per annum
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