Are you inspired by church architecture? Are you fascinated by the history of churches and want them to remain part of our heritage and a vital part of community life? Are you experienced in assessing funding applications and supporting historic buildings to be well maintained and sustainable?
As the independent, UK-wide charity supporting churches, chapels and meeting houses of all Christian denominations, the National Churches Trust supports and promotes church buildings of historic, architectural and community value by inspiring support, preserving heritage and promoting sustainability. Our aims are to help maintain the UK’s heritage of church buildings and to enhance their ability to serve local communities; to promote the benefit of church buildings to communities and to inspire everyone to value and enjoy them.
Grant funding is at the heart of our work. The Trust allocates in the region of £1.2m of funds across Cornerstone, Gateway, Foundation and Micro-grant grant schemes annually. The grants team is also responsible for recommendations to a number of trusts and foundations each year. Another priority for the Trust is developing new projects to help churches become sustainable and well maintained, and our partnership work, such as with local churches trusts, funders and other organisations.
We have an exciting opportunity for a new Church Support Officer to join our Church Support team. The post-holder will assist with assessment and administration for our grant programmes, and have the necessary knowledge and skills to implement robust management and maintenance schemes which will assist with the sustainability of churches. You will have excellent organisational and planning skills, be able to manage a varied workload and be an effective team player based from our office in London.
More information about the Trust’s work can be found on our website.
To apply, please send a CV together with covering letter to Rosalinde de Best Allott via the Apply button.
Closing date: Noon on Friday 22nd November 2019.
Interview dates: Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th December 2019 in Westminster, London.