Work at Union Chapel

Current vacancies

Marketing Officer (3-6 months)Operations & Administration Assistant | Treasurer (Trustee)

 

Marketing Officer (up to 3-6 months)

Responsible to: CEO (for the interim)

Salary: £24,000

Terms: Full Time. Mon – Fri, 9am-5.30pm. 1 hour unpaid lunch break. Evening and weekend work may be required

Start date: Immediate

Purpose of Job:
Responsibility for the organisation’s marketing & communications

 

Job Description

 

Closing Date: 10am, 22nd November, interviews w/c 25th November

To Apply: Please apply with your CV and a covering letter, of no more than two pages, outlining your skills and experiences to meet the requirements of the role, why you want to work for Union Chapel Project and your availability to start. Email to [email protected] with “Marketing Officer” in the subject line.

Equality & Diversity: We want to recruit people from a range of backgrounds. We particularly encourage applicants who are currently under represented in our board, workforce and wider sector. This includes but is not limited to candidates who identify as being from Black, Asian and other underrepresented ethnic backgrounds, and candidates who identify as being disabled. To help us monitor the effectiveness of our recruitment,, please complete the Equal Opportunity Monitoring form. This data is completely anonymous, is stored confidentially by our HR team and will not be seen by the selection panel.

 


 

Operations & Administration Assistant

Reporting to: Head of Finance & Operations

Salary: £22,000 – £23,000 (Pro Rata)

Terms: Part Time 3 days (22.5 hours) per week. 1 hour unpaid lunch.
Three month probationary period and one month notice period – some evening work required to attend board meetings

Purpose of Job: 

Responsible for the smooth running of administrative systems and procedures within the Operations Department of the Union Chapel Project.

 

Job Description

 

Closing date: 10am Friday 6th December

To Apply: Please apply with your CV and a covering letter, of no more than two pages, outlining your skills and experiences to meet the requirements of the role, why you want to work for Union Chapel Project and your availability to start. Email to [email protected] with “Operations and Administration Assistant” in the subject line.

Equality & Diversity: We want to recruit people from a range of backgrounds. We particularly encourage applicants who are currently under represented in our board, workforce and wider sector. This includes but is not limited to candidates who identify as being from Black, Asian and other underrepresented ethnic backgrounds, and candidates who identify as being disabled. To help us monitor the effectiveness of our recruitment,, please complete the Equal Opportunity Monitoring form. This data is completely anonymous, is stored confidentially by our HR team and will not be seen by the selection panel.

 


 

Treasurer (Trustee) Union Chapel Project

Commitment: The Union Chapel Project Board of Trustees currently meets 6 times a year. The Treasurer will chair the Finance Committee which meets 4 times per year. An Annual General Meeting is held in September each year. Trustees are expected to attend all meetings.

Travel and other reasonable expenses are reimbursed, but the role itself is unpaid.

The Role: UCP is looking for a new Trustee to take on the role of the Treasurer (non-executive). In addition to the duties of the Treasurer outlined in the full role description, the new Trustee will be expected to participate and contribute in all areas of board discussion.

 

Role Description

 

Closing date: Friday 15th December

How to Apply: If you are interested in becoming a Trustee and would like to talk informally to someone first, please contact Michael Chandler, Chief Executive Officer, who can answer queries or put you in touch with the Chair or a Trustee for a confidential conversation.

If you wish to apply please e-mail [email protected] providing a short statement outlining why you would like to be our Treasurer and what skills and experience you would bring to this role, as well as a short CV.

Equality & Diversity: We want to recruit people from a range of backgrounds. We particularly encourage applicants who are currently under represented in our board, workforce and wider sector. This includes but is not limited to candidates who identify as being from Black, Asian and other underrepresented ethnic backgrounds, and candidates who identify as being disabled. To help us monitor the effectiveness of our recruitment,, please complete the Equal Opportunity Monitoring form. This data is completely anonymous, is stored confidentially by our HR team and will not be seen by the selection panel.

 


 


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