Britain Yearly Meeting employs staff to carry out the centrally managed work of Quakers in Britain. Most of these jobs are located in the central offices, Friends House in London, unless otherwise stated. We aim to be an ethical employer, with a 1:4 ratio between our highest and our lowest paid staff. Britain Yearly Meeting is a Living Wage employer.
Communications Support Administrator
- 21 per week (3 days a week)
- £15,434 per annum (pro-rata £25,724 per annum)
- Part Time - Permanent
- Friends House, Euston, London
- Closing date:
- Monday 27 June 2016 (9am)
- Tuesday 5 July 2016
We are looking for an experienced and capable administrator to join our Communication & Services Department, to provide support for its leadership team and carry out administrative tasks to help the department deliver its objectives.
The successful candidate will have good organisational skills, maintain high quality office systems and be discreet when handling confidential material. You will need to be flexible, able to prioritise and manage diverse tasks and have good people, communications, IT and database skills. You will need a high level of attention to detail and the ability to work quickly, creatively and accurately under pressure.
Quakers in Britain are committed to Equality in all its employment practices.
Head of Member Engagement
- Full time - 35 hours per week
- £45,983 per annum
- Closing date:
- Friday 8 July 2016
- Friday 22 July 2016
Are you supportive, persuasive and approachable? Do you care about the details whilst still seeing the bigger picture? Are you a great communicator and an even better listener? Can you talk about money without embarrassment?
Britain Yearly Meeting seeks a talented and committed individual to become Head of Member Engagement. You will make sure that role-holders running Quaker meetings are well-supported, that our communications with members are effective, find ways to engage Quakers with the work done nationally in their name, and lead BYM's fundraising efforts.
You'll join our Communication & Services Department to lead a team of 8-10 colleagues, who work on behalf of BYM Trustees and Quaker Life Central Committee to deliver services and communicate effectively to Quaker meetings, and to raise income from contributions, legacies and grants.
You'll need a good feel for what makes the Quaker community tick, bold ideas for how to excite and involve them, excellent interpersonal skills, and line-management experience. If you've done some fundraising too, we'd like to hear about it.
Could this be you? If so, we'd like to meet you!
Project Development Officer: Recording Clerk's Office
- Part time - 21 hours per week
- £18,844 per annum (pro-rata £31,407 per annum)
- Fixed Term – 6 months
- Friends House, London NW1
- Closing date:
- 4 July 2016 - 5pm
- 14 July 2016
We need someone to compile our annual operational plan, and to develop and deliver short-term projects. The Project Development Officer will enjoy working with people to help them develop ideas into action. You are well-organised and can arrange a meeting from start to finish. You can write briefing papers and project proposals. You are flexible and willing to turn your attention to different types of projects.
You should have strong interpersonal and organisational skills and be able to work independently, maintain high standards of work under pressure, and balance competing priorities. You will be hard working, pro-active and a team player. You should have excellent written skills and should also be able to work with budgets by preparing, monitoring and managing. You should have proven experience in successful project delivery and reporting.
Project Manager - Property Support for Quaker Meetings
- Full Time - 35 hours per week
- £38,002 per annum
- Fixed Term - 2 years
- Friends House (but with UK-wide travel and regular meetings in London)
- Closing date:
- Monday 11 July 2016 (9am)
- Wednesday 20 July 2016
It offers the potential to shape future property support to Quakers and to make a significant contribution to the way our eclectic and valued properties are cared for.
There are over 350 Quaker-owned 'meeting houses' in Britain today, ranging from fifteenth century timber-framed farm houses, through to grade I listed stone structures, to carbon-neutral, eco-buildings. Meeting houses are important places of community and worship and we want to find the right person to help Quakers look after them.
We're looking for someone with a practical, thoughtful, and pragmatic approach who has experience of looking after property, be it through property management, maintenance, construction and/or design.
If you can answer 'yes' to these questions, we'd love you to apply:
Can you work closely with members of a religious community who manage their properties in diverse ways and who are not necessarily typical 'clients'?
Could you empower others to become more confident and independent in making good decisions about their properties?
Can you translate your own expert property knowledge into easy-to-understand advice, information and resources?
Do you have sympathy with Quaker values and think that you'll be able to work with Quaker structures, committees and decision-making practices?
Can you manage projects in an effective, organised and transparent way?