Find a range of jobs with the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). These are located at their central offices based at Friends House in Euston, London unless described otherwise. Please refer to the job pack for the position before applying.
Project Development Officer - Advertising, Media and PartnershipsHours
Full Time 35 hours per weekSalary
£30,797 per annumLocation
Friends House, Euston, NW1
Closing date:Monday 21 September 2015 Interview: Wednesday 14 October 2015
We are seeking a Project Development Officer to work with the Outreach, Media and Advocacy teams to research the use of modern communications and advertising channels to develop a reaching out strategy for Britain Yearly Meeting. The role will foster and nurture our relationships with other groups and organisations both ecumenical and secular. This exciting opportunity is an ideal role for someone to apply their knowledge of communications to heighten public awareness of Quakers and Quaker work.
You should have strong interpersonal and organisational skills and be able to work independently.
Reading Room Assistant Library and ArchivesHours
28 hours per weekSalary
£16,991 (£21,239 pro rata)
Closing date:Monday 14 September 2015 Interview: Monday 5 October 2015
The Reading Room Assistant will be a key member of the Library team and will deliver our core customer-facing services, welcoming visitors, helping to direct Library users to relevant information, and supervising access to our unique collections according to best practice within the library, archives and museum sectors.
You should be willing to develop an understanding of the collections and their subject matter, and be an enthusiastic communicator and advocate for the collections, committed to delivering a high-quality customer service and facilitating access to them.
We are seeking someone with demonstrable customer service and communications skills. This post would suit someone who is interested in pursuing a career in libraries, archives or museums or has an interest in, or experience of, working in libraries, archives or museums.
Applicants should have knowledge of, and sympathy with Quaker values.