Administrator: Centre for Black Theology

The Centre for Black Theology (CBT) is looking for an administrator to support the Centre and Racial Justice (RJ) Project activities and events.

This exciting part-time post combines the aspirations of the Church of England Racial Justice Unit and the Queen’s Foundation to tackle Racial Justice nationally.  The post holder will join an enthusiastic team engaged in seeking to transform church and society through racial justice and black and womanist theology.

We are seeking a friendly, energetic, and skilled administrator to support the Centre Director. As well as carrying out tasks such as supporting student recruitment, preparing documents, and taking minutes at meetings, this will include creating flyers, handling enquiries, managing bookings, and ensuring the smooth running of large online events such as the monthly Black Theology Forum, conferences, and open days.

The postholder will use Microsoft and other software packages to carry out their duties and will also need to be skilled and experienced at supporting the delivery of large online events, and so must have strong operational knowledge of administering Zoom events with many delegates.

The postholder must have a sound knowledge and experience of Black Majority Churches (BMC), and cultural competence to provide effective support for the outward-facing events and activities of CBT and the RJ Project.

Hours

0.6 of 36 hours/ 21 hours and 36 minutes per week.
Usual working hours are flexible.
Pre-planned evening and weekend working included.

Salary

Band 5,  starting salary: £25,742 pro rata (actual: £15,445 pa)

Other Benefits

  • Pension scheme with a generous employer contribution
  • Free term-time meals on site while on shift
  • Free parking on site
  • Cycle to Work scheme

Holidays

  • 25 days plus 8 statutory holidays (pro rata)
  • Closed days between Christmas and New Year

Closing date

Part time (0.6 of 36 hours/ 21 hours and 36 minutes per week)

To apply

  • Please read the Applicant Pack for more information
  • Please email your completed Application Form to recruitment@queens.ac.uk. We do not accept CVs in place of application forms, but they can be provided for supplementary information.
  • Please complete our Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Recruitment Monitoring Form (see below for details)
  • Shortlisted candidates will be required to complete a test as part of the recruitment process.

Equality and Diversity

The Queen’s Foundation fosters and promotes diversity and inclusion, and therefore welcomes applications from people of all backgrounds regardless of faith, ethnicity, gender diversity, LGBTQIA+, diversity of views and practices, or (dis)ability. All appointments are based on merit.

There is no Genuine Occupational Requirement for Professional Services staff to be practicing Christians and our staff come from a variety of faith and non-faith backgrounds.

  • Please complete our Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion form at Recruitment Monitoring. This form is to support our fair recruitment monitoring and will be securely deleted after the recruitment administration is completed. Monitoring forms will not be seen by the panel prior to shortlisting.

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