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Sensory Service Manager - Flexible base

Location: To be agreed and defined by areas of geographical responsibilities.
Salary rate: £36,418 up to £39,875 per annum
Hours: 37 hours per week 
Contract: Permanent 

This is an exciting opportunity to take on the role of Sensory Service Manager managing and developing BID’s Operational Services across the country but predominantly in the north of England. 

Reporting to the Head of Operations the focus of this post is to manage the delivery of a range of quality services which meet the highest professional standards and are in accordance with the organisation’s objectives and core values. Other main accountabilities of the posts are:

  • To take responsibility for the continuing improvement and development of services
  • To lead Teams and provide line management to key managers
  • To meet quality assurance requirements by ensuring staff/services keep accurate statistics and other information that provide measurement and evidence of the services’ progress.

To be successful for this post you will be an experienced manager with well-developed leadership skills and, ideally, hold a higher management qualification.  You will be articulate, self-motivated with the confidence to make difficult decisions under pressure and able to meet and network with other professionals.  You must have knowledge of procurement, contract and risk management and/or experience of mobilising and developing new services. You will have excellent analytical and reporting skills demonstrating competency in interpreting and presenting complex data. Job location can be agreed and defined by areas of geographical responsibilities.

We strive to create an inclusive and diverse workplace and we are committed to wellbeing, promoting hybrid working, offering generous annual leave entitlements, an Employee Assistance Program, Health Cash Plan, Occupational Sick Pay scheme, and flexible TOIL scheme. We invest generously in training and development programmes, providing sponsorship to pursue formal professional qualifications and the opportunity to learn and develop sign language skills.

Closing date: This vacancy will be withdrawn once we have enough applications.
Interview date: TBC


To apply, you can either send us your CV or complete an application form.

To submit a CV please send your CV to jobs@bid.org.uk. 

Please complete our online application form. Alternatively, you can download our application form in Microsoft Word and complete it before you send it to jobs@bid.org.uk

Deaf candidates may submit their application in a short video clip.

Contact us if you need further information or support, jobs@bid.org.uk.

All posts are subject to DBS Checks. BID serves a diverse community and we seek to develop a workforce which reflects this.