Sixty-One is looking to appoint an experienced chief executive to grow its work supporting people with criminal convictions. It’s an exciting time to join the charity (formed in 2014) as it is well established and respected and now has good evidence of effectiveness.
You will need senior management experience, very good leadership skills and the vision and skill to release the resources within the church and local community to maintain and grow the charity’s work.
You will manage a small, but experienced and committed, team of five. This includes the manager of the MentorMe project (this project will not require day-to-day input from the CEO) and an office manager who also looks after the finances. Our office is in central Bristol and we work in a number of local prisons.
A passion for helping those on the margins is essential. A knowledge of criminal justice issues would be desirable.