£85,000 – £91,000
Leadership with Purpose – Unlocking a Better Future at Hillcrest Futures
At Hillcrest Futures, we believe in helping people live better lives. If you share this vision and have a passion for values-driven leadership, the role of Managing Director could be your opportunity to make a lasting impact in the social care sector. As the Managing Director, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of our organisation and the lives of those we serve. As one of three subsidiaries of the Hillcrest Homes group, Hillcrest Futures employs 700 staff, and focuses on delivering services to the East Coast of Scotland in addition to two locations in Glasgow.
In this role, you will lead a dedicated team, inspiring a culture of collaboration, accountability, and continuous improvement. Your leadership will foster a supportive and inclusive work environment, prioritising personal and professional growth. By implementing efficient systems and streamlining processes, you’ll enhance our services without compromising quality. Your oversight of daily operations will ensure the effective delivery of care and support services while complying with regulatory requirement, and your ability to drive efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and quality improvements will enable us to provide the best care possible.
As an advocate for the people we support, your commitment to their voices being heard and respected is paramount. We deliver services in an empathetic, understanding and non-judgemental way, and this approach is something that the ideal candidate will embody. Hillcrest Futures is committed to upholding the highest standards of governance and compliance, and as our Managing Director, you will be at the forefront of this effort. Your responsibility to operate ethically and transparently, in accordance with all regulatory requirements in Scotland, will set the tone for our organisation. You will prepare regular reports for the Board of Directors, providing insights into our financial health, operational performance, and strategic initiatives. Your role in facilitating discussions during board meetings will contribute to informed decision-making. Building meaningful relationships with key stakeholders, including the Scottish Government, Commissioners, Care Inspectorate, and Scottish Social Services Council, will be central to your role.
Your experience in corporate leadership in or adjacent to the care sector, coupled with a proven track record of establishing high standards and performance, will make you a strong candidate. Experience in successfully leading change, managing the delivery of a complex array of services, and building effective relationships with key stakeholders is essential. Your strong knowledge and understanding of legislative and regulatory requirements in the care sector, along with experience in delivering service improvements, will set you apart. Awareness of risk assessment, health and safety, and business continuity responsibilities is also desirable.
Join us at Hillcrest Futures and be a part of a values-driven leadership team dedicated to helping people live better lives. Apply now and shape the future of social care with us.
For a confidential discussion about the role, contact Nigel Fortnum, David Currie or Danielle Cairney at Aspen People on 0141 212 7572
Closing date for applications: Monday 27th November