Charity Finance Group creates three senior posts covering policy and strategy

The new roles have been added to change the membership body's mix of skills, according to its chief executive, Caron Bradshaw

Caron Bradshaw
Caron Bradshaw

The Charity Finance Group is to create three new senior posts in a bid to boost its policy and strategy activities.

The organisation will recruit a director of resources, a director of policy and engagement and a director of services and enterprise. The membership body currently has 23 full-time employees.

Caron Bradshaw, chief executive of the CFG, said the new posts were not part of a plan to significantly increase the number of staff working at the charity. "This is about changing the mix of skills we have and building on what we’ve achieved so far," she said. "It will give us the basis for scaling up and taking the organisation to the next level."

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