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.

  • Digital Media and Monitoring Coordinator

    Hours
    Part time - 21 per week (3 days)
    Salary
    £19,243 per annum (£32,073 pro rata per annum)
    Contract
    Fixed term - 5 years
    Location
    Friends House, Euston Road, London NW1
    Closing date:
    Friday 27 October 2017
    Interview
    Thursday 16 November 2017

    Quakers in Britain are passionate about the power of people to make big changes. We manage the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI), on behalf of UK and Irish churches, to hasten a just, peaceful and secure future for all.

    EAPPI's small, dynamic team works with human rights monitors, diplomats and other decision makers to end the Israeli occupation of Palestine. We're looking for someone to help enrich its social media work.

    Are you capable, flexible and enthusiastic, with knowledge of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the rights of civilians? Can you develop a social media strategy and evaluate its impact? Do you have experience of advocacy work? If so, we'd love to hear from you!

    For further information about EAPPI go to www.quaker.org.uk/eappi or https://eyewitnessblogs.com.

    Britain Yearly Meeting is committed to equality in all its employment practices

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  • Reservation and Administration Coordinator - 20 Hours Per Week

    Hours
    20 Per Week (some evening and weekend work will be required)
    Salary
    £12,759 per annum (£22,329 pro rata, per annum) - Regional Salary Scale
    Contract
    Permanent
    Location
    Swarthmoor Hall, Cumbria
    Closing date:
    Friday 27 October 2017
    Interview
    Friday 3 November 2017

    Swarthmoor Hall, the cradle of Quakerism, has undergone major refurbishment and business development. The services offered by the Hall now comprise: a thriving bed and breakfast business; self-catering accommodation; conference facilities; a programme of events, retreats and courses; a historic house; a café; and a shop.

    We are now seeking two experienced Reservation and Administration Coordinators. Do you have proven experience of working within the hospitality sector, in a busy venue of comparative size such as a small conference centre? This is an exciting opportunity to develop your skills and have a real impact with the work you do.

    On a day to day basis, you will be welcoming guests and visitors, and carrying out the administration of reservations for holiday accommodation, pilgrimages, courses and tours. You will also maintain financial records, as well as supporting the Hall's Assistant Manager and Manager with marketing and other activities.

    This role would suit someone who is customer focused and has experience of working in a small but dynamic team. You'll need a keen eye for detail, be a team player and enjoy a varied role.

    Due to the flexible nature of the business, shift patterns vary, but will cover five days out of seven (for the first role; three out of seven for the second). This will include weekend and evening work.

    Britain Yearly Meeting is committed to equality in all its employment practices.

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  • Reservation and Administration Coordinator - 25 Hours Per Week

    Hours
    25 per week (some evening and weekend work will be required)
    Salary
    £15,949 per annum (£22,329 pro rata, per annum) - Regional Salary Scale
    Contract
    Permanent
    Location
    Swarthmoor Hall, Cumbria
    Closing date:
    Friday 27 October 2017
    Interview
    Friday 3 November 2017

    Swarthmoor Hall, the cradle of Quakerism, has undergone major refurbishment and business development. The services offered by the Hall now comprise: a thriving bed and breakfast business; self-catering accommodation; conference facilities; a programme of events, retreats and courses; a historic house; a café; and a shop.

    We are now seeking two experienced Reservation and Administration Coordinators. Do you have proven experience of working within the hospitality sector, in a busy venue of comparative size such as a small conference centre? This is an exciting opportunity to develop your skills and have a real impact with the work you do.

    On a day to day basis, you will be welcoming guests and visitors, and carrying out the administration of reservations for holiday accommodation, pilgrimages, courses and tours. You will also maintain financial records, as well as supporting the Hall's Assistant Manager and Manager with marketing and other activities.

    This role would suit someone who is customer focused and has experience of working in a small but dynamic team. You'll need a keen eye for detail, be a team player and enjoy a varied role.

    Due to the flexible nature of the business, shift patterns vary, but will cover five days out of seven (for the first role; three out of seven for the second). This will include weekend and evening work.

    Britain Yearly Meeting is committed to equality in all its employment practices

    Job Information Application Form