Current vacancies

 

Executive Assistant

Based in Westminster

£28,000 - £35,000 + pension, childcare vouchers and 25 days annual leave

Permanent, Full-time

Flexible working will be considered

The National Churches Trust is the independent, UK-wide charity supporting churches, chapels and meeting houses of all Christian denominations. The National Churches Trust supports and promotes church buildings of historic, architectural and community value. Our aims are to help maintain the UK’s heritage of church buildings and to enhance their ability to serve local communities; and to promote the benefit to communities of church buildings and to inspire everyone to value and enjoy them.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an organised and self-motivated Executive Assistant to provide extensive and varied support to the Chief Executive and wider team. Key responsibilities will include diary coordination, minute taking at various meetings, preparation of reports and presentations; and ensuring the Trust manages data effectively and is compliant with current Data Protection and other regulatory requirements. 

Excellent communication skills, time and priority management and strong attention to detail are essential. You will also act as Clerk to the Board of Trustees, so a diplomatic approach is essential.

The successful candidate will have good intellectual and analytical skills, the ability to manage a varied and challenging workload and the chance to help ensure the smooth running of the office.

More information about the Trust’s work can be found on our website www.nationalchurchestrust.org 

To apply for the role please email a covering letter, together with your CV, to Claire Walker, Chief Executive Claire.walker@nationalchurchestrust.org

Closing date: 9am, 14th July

Interview dates: 19th and 20th July 2017 at 7 Tufton Street, SW1P 3QB

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Events Officer

Based in Westminster, may require travel around the UK

£18,000 - £24,000 + pension, childcare vouchers and 25 days annual leave

Permanent, Full-time

Flexible working will be considered

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an organised and self-motivated Events Officer to work in a small, enthusiastic and results-driven Fundraising team in a well-established charity. 

The National Churches Trust is the independent, UK-wide charity supporting churches, chapels and meeting houses of all Christian denominations. The National Churches Trust supports and promotes church buildings of historic, architectural and community value. Our aims are to help maintain the UK’s heritage of church buildings and to enhance their ability to serve local communities; and to promote the benefit to communities of church buildings and to inspire everyone to value and enjoy them.

The role involves planning and organising a range of events from our annual carol service and formal dinners to church tours and talks by well-known personalities and historians.

The successful candidate will be a confident communicator, have excellent time and priority management skills, strong attention to detail and the ability to manage a varied and challenging workload. We are looking for candidates with some fundraising and or event management experience or recent graduates who are keen to embark on a career in fundraising.

More information about the Trust’s work can be found on our website www.nationalchurchestrust.org.

To apply for the role please email a covering letter, together with your CV, to Claire Walker, Chief Executive Claire.walker@nationalchurchestrust.org

Closing date: 5pm, Monday 17th July

Interview dates: 25th July 2017 at 7 Tufton Street, SW1P 3QB

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Volunteer with the National Churches Trust

Would you like to help us to help churches across the United Kingdom? 

As a small organisation volunteers are an important and valuable part of our team, and in return for their time and efforts we offer an opportunity to develop skills and interests, meet new people and make a real difference to our work. If you would like to help us in any way that you can, please contact us on 020 7222 0605 or email info@nationalchurchestrust.org. We would be pleased to hear from you.