Associate Director of Digital Inclusion Delivery
We're looking for an inspirational leader able to take our world leading service innovations to scale, working with our network of community partners and ensuring the best outcomes for our beneficiaries.
Combination of home and office working, UK - Our office is based in Sheffield.
£55,000 - £65,000 depending on experience
Hours of work
37.5 hours per week
Good Things Foundation operates in the UK and Australia. We believe in a world where everyone can benefit from digital and our new strategy has one mission: to Fix The Digital Divide – for Good. We’re making that a reality by creating a national infrastructure for digital inclusion and delivering change on a large scale.
Since 2010 we have worked with partners across the globe and helped over 4 million people improve their lives using digital, including helping them get jobs and improve their health and wellbeing.
About the role
We’re looking for an outstanding senior leader to help us lead our groundbreaking work to Fix The Digital Divide.
In 2022 Good Things Foundation, the UK’s leading digital inclusion charity and a global leader in community innovation, launched the National Databank – a ‘national food back for connectivity data’ – as a response to digital poverty in the UK. We’re piloting a National Device Bank to turn end of life equipment into new hope for those unable to afford the internet, while fuelling the circular economy. And our new strategy for digital inclusion is ambitious: by the end of 2025 we want to engage 1 million people across the country, building their confidence and skills with technology.
It’s never been more important that everyone can benefit from the digital world, particularly right now with so many global challenges – and we’re determined to change the national infrastructure in the UK to drive a step change in digital inclusion.
We’re now recruiting for a new post on our Senior Management Team to ensure we meet our delivery goals. An inspirational leader able to take our world leading service innovations to scale, working with our network of community partners and ensuring the best outcomes for our beneficiaries.
Our new strategy is delivered through three core digital inclusion services: a national network of community partners (digital inclusion hubs), a national databank, and a national device bank.
The new role of Associate Director Digital Inclusion Delivery has been established to ensure mission-led, effective and efficient delivery of those three services that will deliver positive outcomes for digitally excluded people and the thousands of community organisations who support them.
Are you that person? You’ll have the opportunity to work with one of the most dynamic and impactful charities in the UK, lead our amazing and committed delivery team, and change people’s lives for the better.
See the job description below for full details.
How to apply
Please return your CV and covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on the 9th October 2022.
First interviews will be held week commencing 10th October 2022 with second and final interviews on either the 18th or 20th of October 2022.
We would also be grateful if you would complete our EDI Form to help us monitor our commitment to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
Information can be made available in other formats (for example, large print), so please contact us if you need to discuss what alternative format would be accessible for you.
Safeguarding Statement and Pre-Employment Checks
Here at Good Things Foundation, we work with vulnerable adults and are fully committed to ensuring their safeguarding and welfare at all times, in line with our Safeguarding Policy and Procedures. All of our employees, contractors and volunteers will be expected to comply with the policy and procedures. Upon a conditional offer of appointment being made, all employees will also be required to satisfy our pre-employment screening process which for this position, will include:
- An identity check (photo ID)
- Receipt of two satisfactory references
- Documentary evidence of right to work in the UK
- Finance check