Camphill Village Trust

As Camphill Village Trust (the Trust) approaches its 70th year, we are celebrating our history
to define our future – our aspiration is to become an exemplar national leader in Green Care
and Environmental Sustainability, maximising our impact to create independent, active, healthy
lives for adults with a range of learning disability and Autism/mental health challenges.

We now seek to appoint an Estates Director, who can demonstrate an experienced
and mature approach to horizontal leadership, working to the Chief Executive and in
collaboration with the Director Group, Leadership Teams and wider Board and stakeholder groups.
The role holder will make a significant, measurable, and effective personal contribution to the
overall leadership of the Trust.

As Estates Director, you will lead the transformation of the Trust’s approach to Environmental
Sustainability and the Natural Environment, Rural Land and Social Farming and Gardening
Management and its long-term Asset Management and Investment Strategy. The role will ensure
that frameworks are impact and outcomes focussed, targets are measurable and purposeful, plans
are clear and stretching, policies and processes and controls are in place, implemented and
delivered against value for money, efficiency, and great quality standards and strong
governance. The postholder will create significant long-term affect and outcomes in relation to
the Planet, People and Funding.

This role will require someone not afraid to push boundaries and try new things. Combined with
a track record of experience at a senior level in Estates and Property Management, you know,
understand, and appreciate the complexities in operating multiple sites, with multiple
functions across a significant geography. Ideally, you will have experience of working in the
not-for-profit or closely related sectors. You will be passionate about driving environmental
sustainability, land management and asset investment and as a strategic thinker, you will enjoy
working with a wide array of internal and external stakeholders. Above all, your creative,
energetic, and dynamic leadership will ensure the Trust maximises its purpose in supporting
others.

We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the
community.

For a confidential discussion please contact our advising consultants at Anderson Quigley:
Helene Usherwood on +44(0)7719 322 669 or Elyse Turner-Pearce on +44(0)7808 648 559.

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