Chief Executive Officer

  • Full Time
  • Lichfield
  • Salary Guide: £25,000 - £50,000


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Diocese Of Lichfield Communications

Offering the best learning experience for all the children in our local communities is at the heart of our evolving Trust. We are seeking to appoint a... Role: Chief Executive, Category: Strategy & Consultancy, Size: 1-10

Chief Executive Officer: Diocese Of Lichfield Communications

Offering the best learning experience for all the children in our local communities is at the heart of our evolving Trust. We are seeking to appoint an outstanding leader with the commitment and determination to deliver educational excellence and realise the vision and Christian values of the Trust.

Position: Chief Executive Officer
Location: Lichfield
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: £25,000 – £50,000
Last Updated: 14 January 2022
Job Category: Strategy & Consultancy

Chief Executive Officer Role:

Manages the overall operations of a company, including product development, marketing, communications, and logistics. Develops and approves strategies to meet investor, consumer, and employee needs. Communicates with people inside and outside the company to discover what policies, products, and marketing strategies will help it move forward. Makes important decisions that affect the company’s direction and its employees.

Other Duties:

  • Takes the lead across all aspects of the company by reviewing how departments work together to reach company goals and by coming up with fresh ideas that will set the company apart from competitors
  • Determines the direction of a business by working with upper management and leading team members to create and implement strategies and goals
  • Builds a positive and productive culture in the workplace by listening to employee opinions, making adjustments, and recognising the team’s accomplishments
  • Communicates a vision for the company and take steps to make it a reality
  • Consults with investors and outside entities to decide which direction the company should go
  • Keeps up with current trends in the industry and modern business practices by reading periodicals and consulting with peers
  • Performs other decisions as necessary, such as reviewing reports, making presentations to investors and the board of directors, and examining how the company can cut expenses and increase revenue



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