Full-Time Operations Manager
Hohepa Canterbury is a community leader providing services and support for people with an intellectual disability inspired by the anthroposophical principles of Rudolf Steiner. We help people living with an intellectual disability to develop to their fullest potential and to live enriched and meaningful lives in a holistic and supportive environment.
We are currently in an exciting period of development and seeking a motivated operational leader with the capacity to contribute to our future success.
This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated professional to join and lead a dynamic team that is dedicated to really making a difference in our people’s lives.
This newly created leadership role will see you lead a high performing team of Support Managers (9 direct reports), driving best practice support, operational performance and a culture of continuous improvement of people, processes, and outcomes.
The direct reports lead Support Coordinator teams who are supporting people with an intellectual disability, mental health, behaviour and/or sensory challenges. With services located in two main locations, the Operations Manager will promote positive behaviour support practice and create strong communities of support that enable all people to connect positively to the world around them.
The Operations Manager will also be responsible for developing new supports and services, including acting as the single point of entry for our funding agent and actively managing our wait list.
As a member of the leadership team the Operations Manager will have an integral role in shaping the future of our organisation.
Our secret ingredient is laughter. We greet the day with positivity and passion, bringing all of ourselves – head, heart, and hands. Building on our shared history and philosophy, we challenge the status quo for the good of all people and the disability sector. We celebrate the uniqueness of every individual – we are all different, and that’s what makes us interesting.
No two days will be the same, you will be observant, inquiring and comfortable with asking questions to drive outcomes.
This role requires someone who has a real passion for people, who is creative, can strategize and plan to maximise positive ordinary lives outcomes for each individual.
You will undoubtedly have strong operations experience, as well as strong leadership and exceptional communication skills. Your sound understanding and experience in leading operations to meet and improve safety and quality standards and outcomes will be evidence from your experience to date.
You will see success in this role with your ability to proactively trouble shoot and operate with emotional intelligence to understand, inspire and connect with key stakeholders and your team.
You will be results driven and able to identify change needed and lead that change for the optimal outcomes.
Proven leadership experience in the disability, not-for-profit or health sectors would be an advantage. You will have experience or exposure in supporting vulnerable people and their families.
Energy, resilience, well-developed interpersonal skills and the capacity to bring creative ideas to the table will guarantee your success.
Benefits: What is in it for you?
- · Professional development – we offer an on-going training and development program in people leadership and the disability sector
- · Opportunity to have significant input and influence at the highest level
- · Hohepa’s positive and progressive team culture
How to Apply
For the full job description or to find out more please visit our careers page on our website or contact Penny Emslie, People & Capability Coordinator
via email: [email protected]
Applicants will be progressed as they apply, so if this sounds like you, please apply now!
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