Position: Head of Business Development
Location: Epsom, Surrey

Salary: £45,000 per annum or more for the right candidate.
Hours: 37.5 per week
Application closing date: 29/03/17

This is a terrific opportunity to join SeeAbility’s management team at a pivotal moment in our 200-year history. With a new CEO and the new five-year strategy being co-produced, the Head of Business Development will be critical in supporting the strategic direction for the charity.

SeeAbility is privileged to work alongside approximately 250 people with disabilities and their families across the South of England. In addition to providing direct support with our specialist teams, SeeAbility strives to challenge health inequalities and ultimately prevent avoidable sight loss.

You will be:

  • proactive in developing a strategy for identifying awareness and enabling the organisation to support more people
  • experienced in learning disabilities and autism and/or other specialist/complex needs in the context of local authority and CCG commissioned services
  • managing multiple projects and able to analyse complex data to inform business development
  • able to work autonomously and facilitate new relationships with key customers and stakeholders, maintaining an awareness of developments in the market that meet present business opportunities for existing services and new developments
  • passionate in helping people to change their lives for the better
  • able to show a demonstrable track record with acquisition of new business
  • commercially astute and target and results driven
  • an excellent communicator
  • an innovative thinker who has empathy with our organisational purpose

Applications should consist of a CV, accompanied by a supporting statement of no more than two pages.

To apply, click the apply link below or send your CV to Shirley Saunders (Interim Director of Operations): s.saunders@seeability.org

Closing date for receiving CV’s is the 29th March 2017

Interviews will be held on the 7th April 2017 at our central office in Epsom.

SeeAbility is committed to equality and diversity and encourages applications from all sections of the community.