We are a grant-making charity supporting Anglican clergy and their families and are looking to expand our small team with an Executive Assistant. You'll be based in our pleasant office near Westminster Abbey and report directly to our Chief Executive.
You will sit at the heart of the charity’s busy team. You will have a wide range of responsibilities in support of the charity’s objectives. As you develop excellent relationships with a range of colleagues, Trustees, supporters and external partners; you will have a valued role at the heart of a friendly, growing and much-needed organisation. Specifically, they will act as personal assistant to the Chief Executive, provide administrative support to other senior leaders, serve as Clerk to the Court of Assistants (Board of Trustees), and support the organisation’s external relations function.
We are looking for someone who is dynamic, people-centred, confident and with excellent organisational skills. Juggling a broad portfolio in a small, efficient, and busy team, the role offers significant scope for development as well as a range of challenging responsibilities. You will need to demonstrate excellent writing and organisational skills, as well as a passion for the charity’s core work in supporting Anglican clergy and their families. You will act as the Chief Executive’s ‘right-hand aide’ as he leads the charity’s continued growth, and as the Trust seeks to serve those who spend their lives serving others. Candidates will need to demonstrate sympathy with our Christian ethos, without necessarily being practising Christians.
We offer an attractive package of £30-35k (depending on experience), non-contributory pension equal to 10% of gross annual salary, 35-hour week and flexi-time policy. Working both at home and in our spacious Westminster office, the expectation for this role includes at least two days per week in the London office.
Contact details and how to apply
Please send your CV, a covering letter setting out why you are interested in the role and how you meet the person specification, and the criminal record declaration form, to The Revd Ben Cahill-Nicholls, Chief Executive, on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to discuss this vacancy in more detail before application, please contact Ben on 020 7340 2831 or by email.
Please note that applicants who send us a CV only and who do not send a covering letter and criminal record declaration form as above will not be considered for this appointment.
1pm, Wednesday 1 December 2021.