Regional Supply Chain Manager - WHP JETS
The Shaw Trust, in tandem with government and the broader employment support community across the UK is working hard to make sure we support as many individuals as possible to get and keep a job. We believe that everyone who needs help and support to attain their employment goals should be able to access it as soon as possible and that support should reflect their individual needs.
To help us in this mission we are looking to expand our employability services Work and Health Programme Job Entry: Targeted Support (WHP-JETS) and looking for Regional Supply Chain Managers (WHP-JETS)
Reporting directly to the Director of Programme, you will be responsible for managing and supporting Network Development Managers.
The role will be aimed at supporting the performance of the expanded Work and Health Programme Job Entry: Targeted Support (WHP-JETS).
This post holder will ensure all supply chain delivery is operated safely, efficiently and achieves or exceeds performance expectations. To stand-out you need to champion and embrace change, balance the empathy of a charitable heart with a commercial edge, and be willing to learn and collaborate with others.
Shaw Trust operates on a national level with over 2,000 staff and 1,000 volunteers. We work with the government, local authorities, combined authorities, health service providers, employers, and other stakeholders - including the Education and Skills Funding Agency, Department for Work and Pensions, clinical commissioning groups and NHS Trusts.
The ideal candidate must have an understanding of the local and regional labour market and employment issues within one of two geographical areas - Central England and Home Counties and able to maintain an up-to-date working knowledge of the benefit system and entitlements.You will need to be inclusive and embrace our culture and values, putting those we support at the heart of everything we do. You will consistently deliver high quality services to support our communities and beneficiaries.
Home based with the potential to do some face-to-face activity post COVID-19
This role will be working across (CPA 5) - Home Counties Geographical areas include: East of England - Kent, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk