INTERNATIONAL CAT CARE
Role: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Reporting to: Chair and Board of Trustees
Overview of the role
The chief executive officer (CEO) is responsible for all components and departments of International Cat Care and is integral to setting the charity’s direction and outputs while delivering its ambitious strategy.
The CEO is an inspiring, dynamic leader; passionate about the ‘cat friendly’ ethos of the charity. They will have the ability to network and influence in the worldwide arena, ensuring the charity remains a thought leader in cat welfare and that feline expertise is kept front and centre of its work. Stakeholders include the veterinary profession, those working in the behaviour field, those working for the welfare of unowned cats, areas such as boarding, grooming, and breeding, cat owners, other welfare organisations, and organisations contributing to legislation that affects cats.
The CEO will have a business mindset with the skills to lead this education and welfare charity forwards in the new digital age of education and sharing of knowledge.
They have a key role in income generation, striving to balance the charity’s activities as iCatCare drives its development towards long term success and continued financial viability within its policy and accountability frameworks as agreed by the Board of Trustees.
The CEO consults with and supports the Chair and the Board to enable them to fulfil their duties and responsibilities for the proper governance of the Charity.
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