If you are keen to join to a small, passionate team where your skill and expertise will positively impact clergy families, and will be nurtured through our renewed commitment to staff development, then we’d love to hear from you.

As the largest and oldest charity supporting Anglican ministers and their families, we exist to serve those people who, through their ministry, spend their lives serving others.

Clergy Support Trust is an inclusive and supportive organisation. We warmly welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds, and believe a diverse workforce leads to fresh ideas and creative thinking, as well as reflecting our diverse beneficiary base across the UK and Europe.

Current vacancies

  • Grants & Services Officer
    (closing date: 1pm, Monday 29 July 2024)

Grants & Services Officer

Acting as a main point of contact for all individual applicants to the Charity, the key responsibilities of the Grants & Services Officer are to work with colleagues to ensure that grant applications are processed efficiently whilst recommending grant decisions appropriately (in line with grants criteria). You will also be responsible for supporting applicants by providing guidance and information, processing referrals and ensuring all applicants are dealt with holistically, compassionately and professionally.

 

 

 

Job Profile and Person Specification (PDF)

Details

Type: Permanent
Location: Hybrid, (home and Westminster office) with 1 day per week in the office, on average
Salary: CST Band F, which begins at £32,619 pa. Staff also receive an annual cost-of-living-related salary uplift.

Apply by email to vacancies@clergysupport.org.uk before 1pm on Monday 29 July 2024 with:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Covering letter (no more than two sides of A4)
  • Criminal Record Declaration Form (Required) - download in PDF or Word format

Interviews: 1st stage interviews will take place at our Westminster office, likely the week beginning Monday 05 August 2024