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London, Greater London
£34,000 per year pro rata
Contract, Part-time
Job description

As Building Manger, you’ll be looking after an utterly unique space in the heart of London. You’ll need a passion for caring for beautiful spaces, an eye for detail, an ability to research and come up with creative solutions, a high level of independence, and strong experience of building management. 

You’ll be joining a dynamic, values-driven team, working within a multi-faith environment. Diversity is important to us, and we are especially interested to hear from people with a range of faiths and backgrounds. Ideally you will bring both practicality and a love for beauty to the role.

This is a part-time role (2.5 days a week, ideally split over 5 mornings, timing negotiable).

Salary: £34k pro rata.

Deadline:  5pm 13th December.  Interviews in early January. 

To apply, please send us your CV and covering letter 

St Ethelburga’s Centre:

St Ethelburga's is a 15th Century grade 1 listed church building, hidden between towering glass office blocks of the City of London. Having survived the Great Fire of London and the Blitz, it was almost completely destroyed by an IRA bomb in 1993.  It was rebuilt and opened as a Centre for reconciliation and peace in 2002. In 2010 a Bedouin Tent, was added within the magical courtyard garden for people of all backgrounds and faiths to come together in community.

Today St Ethelburga’s is a thriving voluntary organisation running programmes that inspire people to work across cultures, becoming peace-makers in their own contexts and lives. We run leadership programmes for young adults, we work with refugees and asylum seekers, and we host a diverse range of public events, trainings, music events and workshops.

Duties will include:

One-off projects:

  • Manage, supervise and coordinate the work of contractors for complex renovation projects and building improvements


  • Manage planned maintenance to keep a high level of upkeep, décor and cleanliness throughout the building and garden (including calculating and comparing costs, supervising works, and following up on any deficiencies)
  • Deal promptly with maintenance issues and any building related urgencies as they arise
  • Monitor spending and manage the building budget
  • Manage relationship with neighbouring corporate contractors
  • Manage equipment, storage (tech equipment, furniture etc)

Health and safety:

  • Health and Safety  -  keep policies up to date, keep procedures current and relevant, report to the board
  • Lead or coordinate team trainings and updates to reinforce staff practices
  • Undertake fire alarm tests, organise team practice evacuations
  • Improve energy efficiency where possible and work towards silver eco-church status


  • Coordinate building security
  • Respond to occasional out-of-hours emergencies

Team involvement:

  • Be the first point of contact for the team for any building related issues
  • Attend a monthly team meeting
  • Coordinate volunteers where needed

Possibilities for the role

There’s scope for the role to evolve around the interests of the successful applicant, and some possibilities include: 

  • Fundraising – preparing funding applications for discrete building improvements and projects
  • Design and decoration projects
  • Developing a team of practical building-care volunteers
  • Leading history and story-telling projects

Meetings and supervision

  1. Your line manager will be the COO
  2. You’ll work closely with the office manager and venue hire manager on day-to-day issues
  3. A member of the board of trustees will be responsible for overseeing H&S
Additional documents
Building manager (.docx)
Refreshed on: 05 December 2019
Closing date: 28 December 2019
Job ref: Building Manager
Tags: Housing Management,Operations
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