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Project Manager

Role: Project Manager
Salary: £30,153 to £32,486 (NJC Scale points 34-37) per annum
Contract: Permanent
Hours: 40 hours per week
Leave: Foundation offer a competitive annual leave entitlement
Responsible to: Operations Manager
Location: Redcar/Cleveland Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Service
Closing Date: 07/05/2018 at Midnight
Interview Date: 16/05/2018

We are looking to recruit a dynamic Project Manager who has clear transformational leadership skills and also significant experience of (a) working with victims/perpetrators of domestic abuse and (b) managing supported-housing for individuals with complex needs.

The Project Manager will manage a range of domestic abuse services within Redcar and Cleveland, including (but not limited to):

Women’s Domestic Abuse Refuge

  • Independent Domestic Violence Advocator and Early Intervention Referral Service
  • Domestic Abuse Navigator Service
  • Sanctuary Scheme
  • Foundation 4 Change Perpetrator Programme

Please note that this role is open to female applicants only. As this is a genuine occupational requirement, it is exempt from the requirements of the Equality Act 2010

Please refer to the application pack for the full role profile.

If you would like an informal chat about the role, please contact the Operations Manager, Sam Martin (contact details can be found in the Application Pack).

Application Instructions

Please download an application pack and then complete the application form, showing how you meet the criteria for the role. Once completed, please return the form to the address in the covering letter.

Foundation is committed to building a workforce which is valued and whose diversity reflects the communities it serves, enabling it to deliver the best possible service to those communities and service users.  Foundation seeks to attract applicants from all sections of the community in order to achieve a diverse workforce.

The Organisation

Foundation is a registered charity and the largest third sector provider of housing-related support services to socially excluded groups across the north of England. We provide services for vulnerable and disadvantaged individuals and families.

We are looking to a positive future, with aspirations for further developing the range of creative services we deliver, in partnership with organisations who share our values across sectors and communities.


Foundation offers employees Enhanced Paid Benefits, Contributory Pension Scheme, Flexible Working, Simply Health Cash Plan, Childcare Vouchers, Interest-Free Car Loan (after six months), Cycle Scheme (after six months), Colleague Bursary, Employee Assistance Programme and Volunteer Leave (two days paid per annum).

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