Business Manager (T2G168)

Job Location


Job Description


General Management

To take on the responsibility for business development as part of organisation’s development plan.

To provide vision and leadership to staff within a specialist team.  development plan.  Ensuring that effective systems are in place for workload allocation and management, the application of the company’s policies and procedures.

New Business

To seek out and tender for new business whilst ensuring that current contracts are delivered to the standards set in accordance with the quality assurance framework set by the commissioners.

Quality Assurance

To set, monitor and evaluate standards at individual, team performance and service quality so that the users and Company’s requirements are met and that the highest standards are maintained.

Health and Safety

To ensure that the Health and Safety policy, organisation arrangements and procedures as they related to areas, activities are understood, implemented and monitored.

Financial Management

To manage a designated budget (as required) ensuring that the company achieves value for money in all circumstances through the monitoring and control of expenditure and the early identification of any financial irregularity.

Supervision and Appraisal

All members of staff will receive supervision and appraisal and it is the responsibility of the manager and each member of staff to follow the company’s procedure in respect of supervision and appraisal.



Personal Attributes

Excellent communication skills, good interpersonal skills, Confident and willingness to travel.

Client Job Title


Graduate Degree

Business Management / Exec MBA
Education Practice, teaching or leadership
HR & People Management
Marketing/ PR/ Public Relations
Social Studies, Child and Family Studies, Social Work

Other responsibilities

Equality and Diversity

As an organisation we are committed to promoting a just society that gives everyone an equal chance to learn, work and live free from discrimination and prejudice. To ensure our commitment is put into practice we have developed policies, which will seek to remove any barriers to equality of opportunity and to eliminate unfair and unlawful discrimination.

The Ameina Centre is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and requires all staff to share and demonstrate this commitment. The successful candidate will have to meet the requirements of the person specification and will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.

Skills /abilities/ competencies

Ability to contribute individually and lead, manage, or participate in cross-functional teams
Excellent writing skills
Excellent presentation skills
Pays attention to detail

Start Date

1st September 2020