Hub Regional Manager

East of England

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Job Category
East of England
£35,000.00 - £40,000.00 per annum
Closing date
Contract type
Total hours per week

Shaw Trust recognises that our people, both staff and volunteers, are our greatest strength. Our people deliver our quality programmes, and are the custodians of our culture.


We are currently offering fantastic opportunities for passionate individuals to join our new venture across the East of England, working with a team and on a one to one basis with ex-offenders to provide a holistic approach to help them re-engage with the community.


The Role

This post holder will take responsibility for the contractual performance, financial oversight and quality and compliance of the HMPPS CFO Activity Hubs programme. Provide line management and leadership to Hub Managers, Network Development Managers, and Intervention Facilitators. Lead and/or contribute to performance review meetings with HMPPS Shaw Trust delivery teams, the Network Development Manager and supply chain partners. Lead on the management and mitigation of risks & issues pertaining to delivery in the Activity Hub. Work strategically with key partners at a senior level, including HMPPS, Community Rehabilitation Companies, National Probation Service and CFO3 providers to ensure joined up approach to all HMPPS CFO delivery.


The Ideal Candidate

As a charity our participants are at the centre of the service we provide. Due to the sensitive nature of this role, the ideal candidate must:

  • Have relevant experience of motivating and enabling individuals and organisations to achieve high levels of performance
  • Have a clear understanding of the contractual and performance management requirements of larger scale contracting including experience of supply chain selection, management and capacity building
  • Have experience in the criminal justice sector, with a sound knowledge of the operation of prisons and community rehabilitation services
  • Develop strong senior-level relationships with stakeholders across the region, including: LEPs; prisons; Community Rehabilitation Companies; National Probation Service; Youth Offending Teams, local authorities; promoting a joined-up approach to delivery and enabling Shaw Trust to stay abreast of the changing delivery landscape.
  • Manage contractual performance, risk, quality and compliance, supervising all related activity delivered by contract support teams.


Experience working within or with a wide range of partners, including public, private and voluntary sector agencies is also desirable for this position.


For further information, please review the job description below.


Please Note all successful candidates will be subject to a vetting process, inclusive of a DBS check, Right to Work checks and references will be obtained.