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Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
£20,000 per year pro rata
Exciting opportunity for an experienced Administrator to be part of this Christian Ministry
Burning Nights CRPS Support
High Peak
Minimum wage (wage review after successful completion of probationary period)
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£20,000 per year pro rata
Contract, Part-time
Job description

Position Summary:

The CLWC Administrative Assistant works with the CLWC Executive Administrator under the direction of the Training and Church Ministry Director and handles duties relating to the Christian Life and Witness Course training programme.  This includes overseeing the Counsellor Application process in preparation for the Graham Tour in 2020.  The CLWC Administrative Assistant serves to provide administrative support; must be highly organised; with excellent communication skills and be a good team player. The ability to multi-task, while maintaining complex schedules and meeting deadlines is essential in this position. Other skills required for this role include, being resourceful, good problem-solving skills and the ability to implement administrative processes with a willingness to learn and carry out instructions and complete all tasks to a high standard.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Demonstrates Christian values and behaviour that is reflective of the standards, policies and the Statement of Faith established for an employee of BGEA.
  • Demonstrates a commitment to the values, vision and mission of the organisation.
  • Communicates effectively with team members and when dealing with people externally.
  • Plan and implement administrative processes as directed, for the training department.
  • Maintains accuracy and follows procedures when performing functions.
  • Maintains the protection and confidentiality of records database information.
  • Manages workflow, ensuring that deadlines are met and work is completed correctly based on requirements and personal skills, and as assigned by the Executive Administrator in ONE OR MORE of the following areas:
  • Manage administrative processes for the Training Programme
  • Co-ordinate and assist training peers on the Training Programme
  • Assist in organising training events for CLWC trainers including location, catering, travel arrangements, hotels, transportation, etc.
  • Assist with CLWC registrations and course attendance.
  •  Ensure that all administrative processes are in place for CLWC and that they are being followed – including (co-labour) and post event administrative tasks.
  • Initiate and monitor communication related to CLWC with Christian churches, denominations, and leaders.
  • Respond to enquiries and requests for information about the CLWC.
  • Assist with opening marketing pathways to present the Training Programme through existing BGEA pathways and new pathways.
  • Organise logistics for travel and meetings.
  • Assist with general administrative tasks as needed.

Competencies required:

  • Servant Leader: Upholds Christian values with the ability to lead by example and have a heart for service.
  • Communication: Strong communications skills; ability to express oneself professionally, both written and verbally when interacting with people internally and externally.
  • Teamwork: Ability to work well within a team and individually.
  • Proactive: Proactive in implementing administrative processes and assess practices to improve efficiencies.
  • Problem Solving: Ability to assess problems and seek to implement solutions.
  • Flexibility: Ability to adapt quickly to fit with changing conditions, tasks, responsibilities, or people.
  • Thorough: Have good attention to detail, with emphasis on communication, time management and accurate record-keeping.
  • Multi-task: Ability to multi-task, be well-organized and work well under pressure.

Education and Experience:

  • Diploma in related discipline or equivalent work experience.
  • Good competence in speaking and writing English
  • Experience in working with a variety of church denominations desirable, but not essential.
  • Proficiency in MS Office suite, particularly Word but also basic abilities with Excel and limited PowerPoint competence.

This role is part time, 3 days per week with the potential to move to a full time position depending on work load.

There is a requirement for the job holder to have a personal commitment to the Christian faith as functions within this role will require knowledge and personal experience of the Christian faith.

Refreshed on: 19 October 2019
Closing date: 03 November 2019
Tags: Admin,Christian

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