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Director of Services

Join our Senior Leadership Team as our Director of Services, where you will be working closely with the CEO to lead our Adult, Youth, and Family Services, directly and positively impacting the lives of ADHD and Autistic individuals and their families across NW London. You’ll manage the service managers, oversee operational effectiveness and ensure high-quality service provision for the more than 4000 people we support each year by:

  • developing and implementing service strategies and plans
  • acting as the designated safeguarding lead
  • driving equity, diversity, and inclusion internally, and in the way we deliver our work
  • collaborating on impact measurement and reporting
  • liaising with funders and supporting fundraising efforts
  • representing CAAS externally

Terms: 28hrs per week (potential for fulltime 35hrs per week if willing to facilitate projects and training), £50k Full Time Equivalent salary.

If you are organised, self-motivated, experienced in service delivery and management and have natural leadership and communication skills, we’d love to meet you.  We can offer a great team of lovely and capable staff, flexible ways of working, great variety in your daily tasks and a passion for supporting our clients and making a difference.  Apply now by sending the completed application form, with a short covering note, to by 10am on Monday 12th August. Click on the links below to apply.

Director of Services Job Description

Director of Services Application Form

Finance Manager

Are you a talented and motivated qualified accountant looking to make a meaningful impact in a local charity where your work will make a positive difference?  Our newly created Finance Manager role could be perfect for you! 

As Finance Manager, you will be at the heart of our charity’s operations, ensuring the smooth delivery of finance, resource, monitoring, HR, and contracting functions. Reporting to the Finance Director, you’ll play a pivotal role in our management team, supporting over 30 staff and managing the Finance and Monitoring Assistant and Office Assistant. Your work will underpin the 11,000+ instances of support we provide each year. You will:

  • Lead Financial Operations: Prepare and present monthly and quarterly accounts, support annual budgeting and audits, and manage day-to-day financial activities.
  • Enhance Resource Management: Oversee IT and phone systems, provide first-line IT support, and manage charity assets and resources.
  • Drive Monitoring and Reporting: Ensure accurate data, produce insightful monitoring reports, and support impact evaluation for fundraising.
  • Streamline HR and Payroll: Manage onboarding/offboarding processes, ensure compliance with recruitment policies, and oversee the monthly payroll.

Terms: 21-28hrs per week, c.£41k Full Time Equivalent Salary

If you’re good with finances, IT, data and people, and you want to work somewhere where you’ll be valued, enjoy a varied workload and have the ability to work both professionally and flexibly, then please apply by sending in the completed application form, with a short covering note, to by 10am on Monday 12th August. Click on the links below to apply.

Finance Manager Job Description

Finance Manager Application Form

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