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.
Young People’s Integration Coordinator
- 35 per week
- £35,610 (London, combination of home and office) or £30,271 (Regional – will require regular travel to our London office)
- Friends House, NW1 or Quakers in Britain Yorkshire Centre, LS2 or home-based
- Closing date:
- Monday 29 August (5pm)
- 6 September 2022 – an online session with young people and 7 September 2022 – interviews at Friends House, London
Are you an experienced youth worker with a passion for enabling young people to be central to the life of their community? Do you have the skills to navigate organisational structures and barriers to integration, through relationship-building and advocacy? If so, you could take a leading role in setting the direction of our youth integration strategy.
You will have experience of working collaboratively with mixed-age teams to implement young people's vision for peer-led events. With excellent listening skills and judgements, you will ensure this team feels heard and valued, while balancing this with organisational needs. The successful candidate will support these teams to develop and nurture the faith and well-being of young people as part of a national community.
The successful candidate will be collaborative and able to work with minimal administrative support. You will lead on the project management and administration of events for young people. This will require excellent communication, IT and data skills, along with a keen attention to detail. You will be able to work within the structures of the organisation and an established developmental framework, balanced with the insight needed to develop and review this following consultation with colleagues and volunteers.
Working in our Integration Team, part of the Quaker Church Affairs department, you will also link to the work of our Youth, Children and Families Team (based in the Quaker Life department), including the delivery of online youth groups.
Our work with young Quakers plays an important part in the life of the organisation. We work with around 100 young people each year, and work intensively with a smaller planning group that designs and delivers our annual event for 15–18-year-olds. This event is an important link to one of our key governance structures and is delivered by a mixed-age team of young people supported by adult volunteers.
Since the pandemic, how we deliver our wider work has changed and developed. This gives us an opportunity to reimagine how we engage with young Quakers. Our vision is to widen the integration of the many, not the few, into the life of our faith community. We invite you to join us on this journey.
The post involves some evening and residential weekend work and is subject to an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check, including the children's barred list.
The following non-negotiable commitments are associated with this role (further dates to be confirmed on appointment):
Dates in 2022
- 24 September (if possible): online
- 14–16 October: Birmingham
- 12–13 November: online
- 2–4 December: online
- 10 December: online
- 7pm–9pm every Thursday from 20 October to 8 December: online
Dates in 2023
- 13–15 January: London
- 27–29 January: London
- 3–5 February: Derbyshire
- 10–12 March: London
- 28 March – 4 April: Northamptonshire
- 15 April: TBC
- 28 April – 1 May: London
Contact: Catherine Waithaka at email@example.com
Quakers in Britain is committed to safeguarding children and adults at risk. We expect all our staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.
Quakers have a faith commitment to equality and encourage and welcome applications for posts from all sections of society. You do not have to be a Quaker to apply for this post, but we expect you to uphold the values of our organisation.
Quakers in Britain is committed to equality in all its employment practices.
- 35 per week
- £31,243 per annum - London Scale
- Friends House, Euston Road, London NW1
- Closing date:
- 19th August 2022
- 24 August 2022
Quiet Company are now seeking an experienced, professional Head Receptionist with a strong events & conference/hotel focus and a minimum 2 years high quality Head Receptionist/Reception Supervisor experience, delivering outstanding service and exceptional customer care.
- You must have been responsible for a busy reception/front of house operation within a comparable venue or property and have led large, highly-focused reception teams.
- You must be totally dedicated to the delivery of service excellence, the full engagement of high performing teams and customer service that exceeds all expectations.
- You must have experience of staff recruitment, induction, training and development
- Be fully conversant with all necessary fire evacuation, licensing and Health & Safety legislation and building compliance
- You must possess all the necessary leadership qualities to succeed in the role and be highly effective at engaging and motivating members of the team to perform at the highest level
- Above all you must be able to adapt your supervisory and leadership style to meet the needs of our clients, delegates, friends and stakeholders
- The individual must be courteous, knowledgeable and professional with humility and grace, yet be confident and passionate about the work they perform.
As Head Receptionist, you will work full-time as required by the operation 35 hours per week. You will be required to work 5 days from 7 including occasional evening and weekend working. You will need to be flexible with the days and times you are able to work, although most shifts will be Monday to Friday during the daytime.
Quiet Company are offering an outstanding package to the right candidate and the opportunity to play a major role in the further success of one of London's most important conference and meetings venues.
You will be offered a starting salary of £31,243.00 with an annual increase, exceptional pension scheme, CPD, employee benefits and generous holiday allowance.
Only candidates eligible to work in the UK or have a valid UK work permit/visa will be considered for the position.
Closing date: 19th August 2022 Interviews: 24th August 2022
Britain Yearly Meeting is committed to safeguarding children and adults at risk and expect all our staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment. Quakers have a faith commitment to equality and encourage and welcome applications for posts from all sections of society. You do not have to be a Quaker to apply for this post, but we expect you to uphold the values of our organisation.
- 21 hours, spread over 3-5 days. We recognise that balancing the pressures of work and home life is often an important factor in taking a part time role. We can be flexible in agreeing how the hours are arranged across the week
- £22,887 (£38,145 pro rata) – London / £19,455 (£32,425 pro rata) – regional
- Based at our offices in Leeds (LS2) or London (NW1), or at home if you live outside London. London-based staff can work at home some of the time by agreement.
- Closing date:
- 5 September 2022 (5pm)
- 16 September 2022 (Via Zoom)
About the role
Legacy income is one of the three top sources of income for Quakers in Britain. That is why we are looking for someone who can motivate Quakers and supporters to fund our work through legacy giving. You'll be part of a high performing fundraising team, shaping communication and relationships with our long-term supporters.
- You will have a solid track record for working in a fundraising environment, ideally in legacy fundraising, or in developing and maintaining high-value relationships, or within Quaker communities.
- You will have a sound understanding of what motivates individuals to make significant gifts to charities, organisations campaigning for social change, or faith organisations.
- You will also have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and be able to work collaboratively with a range of stakeholders, including volunteers.
- You will have a flexible approach to work and be excited by the opportunity to develop our legacy programme.
Quakers work for a just, peaceful and sustainable world. We are the registered charity that works on behalf of all Quakers in Britain, supporting the Quaker faith and putting its values to work in the world.
Quakers are committed to equality and encourage applications from all sections of society. You do not have to be a Quaker to apply for this post, but we expect you to be in sympathy with, and uphold the values of our organisation.
What we can offer you
You can expect a wide range of rewards and benefits, including a generous holiday allowance, a staff discount at Friends House Café, a season ticket loan, and flexibility that will ensure you enjoy a healthy work/life balance.
Britain Yearly Meeting is committed to safeguarding children and adults at risk and expect all our staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.
Quakers have a faith commitment to equality and encourage and welcome applications for posts from all sections of society. You do not have to be a Quaker to apply for this post, but we expect you to uphold our values.
Britain Yearly Meeting is committed to equality in all of its employment practices.