The Chief Executive implements the strategic goals and objectives of the organisation, gives direction and leadership towards the achievement of the organisation’s philosophy, mission, strategy and its annual goals and objectives.
The Operations Director leads, directs and manages services and business operations across the organisation. They work with external partners and linked providers and be responsible for all aspects of service operations ensuring delivery in line with contracts and or funders.
Clinical / Business Development Director
Taking the strategic lead on developing and ensuring effective treatment is delivered across the organisation, the Clinical / Business Development Director ensures Quality Assurance systems, including Clinical Governance, are in place to support delivery of services.
Quality & Treatment Manager
The Quality & Treatment Manager supports the Senior Management Team in the delivery of high quality services, and promotes new developments in quality and treatment improvement and innovation within the organisation. Also responsible for leading and managing the AARCS Substance Misuse service.
Taking the lead on information across the organisation, the Information Manger ensures information systems and processes are in place to support operations and service delivery.
The Management Accountant is responsible for the day-to-day accounting and financial management, and for budgeting, reporting on financial performance together with taking the lead on cash flow forecasting, VAT returns, Gift Aid issues and monthly payroll and expenses.
Finance and Facilities Assistant
The Finance and Facilities Assistant provides highly organised and accurate finance, facilities and procurement support to the Management Accountant and Senior Management Team.
HR and Wellbeing Manager
Supporting the senior management team to develop and deliver people management strategies, which support the organisation’s overall strategic aims and objectives, the HR and Wellbeing Manger leads on a full range of HR activities including recruitment, retention, performance management, employee relations, employee reward, absence management, learning and development, internal communications and process development.
PA to Chief Executive
Supporting and assisting the Chief Executive in the delivery of a high quality service by providing general administrative duties and positively promoting the organisation via newsletters, publications and liaising with Trustees and Patrons.
Head Office Administrator
The Head Office Administrator provides efficient and accurate administrative support to the Criminal Justice & Welfare, HR, Quality, Digital Media and Fundraising teams, together with a reception service as part of the Head Office team.
Responsible for generating new income from a variety of different sources, including Trusts and Foundations, individual donors, events, on-line giving, corporates, legacies and commissioned contracts to ensure the future sustainability of the Charity.
The role of the Trustee is voluntary and involved being part of the Trustee Board who work in partnership with the Chief Executive to assist with achieving the mission of the organisation and ensure that it keeps within its charitable objectives.
If you are interested in joining the Open Road team, please see our job vacancies and volunteering pages for more information on how to apply.
Open Road values and respects the diversity and individual differences of our services users, staff and our volunteers.