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***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***Royal British Legion Industries, Head of Vocational Rehabilitation and Training Services – c.£50,000 + company car
RBLI are looking for a capable leader to head up our Armed Forces Community – Vocational Rehabilitation and Training Services. This key role will be responsible for the effective operational delivery and growth of RBLI’s Armed Forces Community activity encompassing life improving services, including training, to serving personnel within the MoD through to veterans, their families and dependants. This is a senior management and development role which will require the job-holder to be immersed in the diverse range of activities across this sector which also includes ex -service prisoners and career transitioning personnel leaving the military.
In summary the job-holder will:-
- Oversee national operational management of RBLI’s Armed Forces community activities
- Be the primary contact with senior MoD officials and be familiar with HM Armed Forces culture
- Drive the commercial growth and development of existing and new deliverable services
- Lead the ongoing national awareness campaign of our services
- Inspire, lead, manage and develop a high performance team
We’re looking for an experienced and exceptional leader who has successfully led national multi-operational activities and services, ideally across the Armed Forces Community or similar. With a proven track record of successful project completion to agreed targets, commercial acumen and successful track record of financial delivery and the ability to grow and develop business, you will be an exceptional communicator and negotiator. You will also have experience of managing and delivering international services.
This role is office based, requiring travel throughout the UK with some international travel required.
To apply for this role, send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org . Closing date March 10th.
To find out more about our charity, view our website at www.rbli.co.uk