Administrator, Reconciliation Initiatives
Are you well organised, pro-active and capable? Do you want to contribute to overcoming divisions in church and society?
Reconciliation Initiatives needs an administrator to take on the running of our office base at Coventry Cathedral and to help us deliver our plans for summer training institutes.
We are looking for an efficient, flexible and confident administrator with strong administration experience, committed to the charity’s Christian values and peacemaking aims.
Excellent organisation and good communication skills are essential, along with a can-do attitude and the ability to work well with a range of people from the UK and overseas.
- Managing contracts with conference centres;
- Processing training programme applications;
- Preparing an annual budget and regular financial reports;
- Paying invoices and administering the charity’s bank accounts;
- Compiling a quarterly newsletter and posting social media updates;
- Maintaining databases, and updating the website;
- Assisting the Executive Director and trustees with a range of tasks.
Skills and Experience:
- Excellent administrative and office experience;
- Good spoken and written English communication skills;
- Able to work on own initiative and to multi-task;
- Experienced with Microsoft packages, including Outlook, Word and Excel, and with programmes such as Mailchimp; and able to use these unsupported;
- Willing and able to learn to use Xero accounts package and the website CMS;
- Committed to the charity’s peacemaking objectives and Christian values.
Download the two-part application form and full details of this half-time role here:
Deadline for applications: 10:00am, Monday 2 September. Completed application forms, parts 1 and 2, should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject: Job application: Reconciliation Initiatives.
Interviews: Monday 9 September in Coventry.
Please contact Alastair McKay, email@example.com, if you have questions about the role.
Join our team.
The trustees and director at our recent launch at Lambeth Palace.