Employment at Cape

Jan 2022

Operations lead

We are seeking an exceptional Operations Lead to support our charity through its next stage of development.

Community Activity Project Ealing (CAPE) is a dynamic organisation that, by its very nature is required to change as the needs of the people with complex mental health issues in our communities change and the external environment evolves.

Over our 25-year history, every aspect of our services has developed and been adapted to meet the articulated needs of our client group. We have been brave and creative in testing and piloting new models of working, that have enabled CAPE to reach out and bridge the gap in provision of those with complex mental health issues in the borough of Ealing.

This is an exciting new post that will lead and develop our quality assurance and governance across the charity. If you are up for the challenge, we look forward to hearing from you.

Closing date 11th February 

Please send cover letter with CV to tracey@capeproject.org.uk
Should you wish to discuss this position please contact
Tracey Harrington on 020 8896 2552

Job Description

Safeguarding Lead Trustee

On Behalf of the Board of Trustees, I am delighted to introduce you to CAPE and thank you for your interest in playing an important role in the charity’s future.
CAPE provides vital services to people with enduring mental health needs in the London Borough of Ealing and although we are only a small charity our impact is significant.
We are seeking to appoint two trustees who will work across the broad spectrum of issues that arise at board level but who have experience in safeguarding.
We look forward to receiving your application.

Catherine Taylor
Chair of the Trustees.

Individuals are sought who have a strong empathy with CAPE’s mission. A world where adults experiencing complex and enduring mental ill health build their emotional resilience and can live a fulfilled life. In particular at this time we are seeking experience, insight and expertise in Safeguarding as core to our purpose is the safety of the people, staff and communities we work with.
The Board of Trustees are jointly responsible for the overall governance and strategic direction of the charity, its financial health, the probity of its activities and developing the organisations, aims and objectives in accordance with its governing document, legal and regulatory guidelines.

Please send cover letter with CV to tracey@capeproject.org.uk
Should you wish to discuss this position please contact
Tracey Harrington on 020 8896 2552

Job Description