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Development Manager

St John's Waterloo

£9k - £10.5k/year (£30k - £35k pro rata)

10.5 hours per week

About this role

St Johnís is a vibrant church, beloved community hub and renowned cultural centre on Londonís South Bank. More than half way through an exciting £3.8m development project which will truly reflect the churchís role as a spiritual and cultural focus, we a seeking a dynamic and imaginative Development Manager with the drive and initiative needed to help us raise the final £1.8m.

We have also set up a new charity, The Bridge at Waterloo (TBAW), providing projects in employment, heritage and the arts.

The successful candidate will work with the Vicar and the Finance & Major Fundraising Committee, focusing on fundraising for the Development Project and TBAW from trusts and foundations and supporting ReIgnite 2021, our local fundraising initiative.

Hours: 10.5 per week. Attendance at the regular staff meeting on Monday mornings at 10 a.m. would be a requirement. Some Sunday and occasional evening working will also be required. We are willing to be flexible if alternative arrangements might suit particular applicants.

How to apply

For further information visit our website: www.stjohnswaterloo.org and www.bridgeatwaterloo.org

Or contact the Vicar, Canon Giles Goddard. [email protected] 07762 373674.

To apply please send a CV and covering letter explaining why you would be the right person for the post to [email protected] by 5pm on Wednesday 28th November.

Interviews will be held on Thursday 13th December.

See https://www.stjohnswaterloo.org/page/1743/jobs-development-manager

Please mention the London SE1 website when responding to this advert
This notice was posted on Wednesday 14 November 2018
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