Director of Change and Collaboration
Dunfermline + Home-based
Salary in the region of £65k
Carnegie UK is looking for a new Director of Change and Collaboration to help us put wellbeing at the centre of policymaking.
This is a rare senior policy and leadership role. The successful candidate will manage a team of three, and with the CEO and the other director will provide strategic leadership to Carnegie UK.
The successful candidate will likely be someone who has built a career in the field of public policy and social change. They will bring experience of designing and delivering policy programmes, as well as the ability to nurture and develop relationships with people, partners, and networks.
In return, Carnegie UK offers a supportive working environment and exceptional terms and conditions. For example, we operate a 35-hour working week and 5 days paid off each year for volunteering.
Carnegie UK’s purpose is better wellbeing for people in the UK and Ireland. We are a charitable foundation set up over 100 years ago, based in Dunfermline and established with an endowment from Andrew Carnegie.
We operate a hybrid working policy and staff spend a minimum of two days each week together in our office at Andrew Carnegie House in Dunfermline.
Further information on Carnegie UK and the role can be found at https://aspenpeople.co.uk/carnegieuk
For a confidential discussion about the post please contact Debbie Shields or Kate Kennedy on 0141 212 7555.
Closing date for applications: Monday 21st November 2022
(Carnegie UK is currently undertaking a benchmarking and salary review with a view to implementing revised pay bands for all roles. The new pay scales will be in place from January 2023.)