As the Executive Administrator of The Crowded House, Sheffield, you will use your administrative and executive skills to enable the church to carry out its vision to develop and deploy disciples who, in their shared life, proclaim the gospel where Christ is neither named nor known.
Key objectives and tasks
Administration of the church, enabling ministries and teams to flourish and multiply.
? Rota preparation and management.
? Communications management, both internal and external.
? Diary management.
? Premises and facilities management.
? Day-to-day financial transactions, including payroll and expenses.
Providing executive and administrative assistance to the Pastoral and Executive Team.
? Minute-taking and dissemination.
? Diary management.
? Executing tasks as directed by Pastoral and Exec Team.
? HR management, ensuring that agreed processes are followed and implemented
? Assistance to the Exec Pastor
Creating and managing projects and processes to ensure the smooth operation and running of TCH’s ministries and mission.
? Creating smooth and efficient processes to enable the completion of tasks.
? Project managing events, including Gatherings, Prayer Meetings and conferences.
? Managing and directing volunteers and staff to ensure the completion of projects and tasks within set timescales.
? Communicating in a timely and appropriate way to give direction to members, volunteers and those in leadership positions.
Ensuring compliance with relevant legal and statutory frameworks within which we must operate as a church including safeguarding, HR, Data Protection, Health and Safety.
- A member (or willing to become a member) of The Crowded House Sheffield in good standing, in full agreement with TCH’s values, vision and positions as outlined on the website (www.thecrowdedhouse.org)
- High degree of personal maturity, particularly evident in trustworthiness and discretion.
- Able to communicate effectively to a wide range of people, including volunteers.
- Excellent attention to detail.
- Excellent written communication skills, able to adapt to a variety of audiences and purposes.
- Excellent organisation skills.
- Servant-hearted flexibility to work outside of core hours.
- Experience of creating processes enabling the timely completion of tasks/projects.
- Experience of managing and directing teams of people in the completion of tasks.
- Experience of event management.
Experience of managing projects.
Applications can only be considered from those who are UK citizens or who otherwise have a right to work in the UK.
You will need to be able to declare wholehearted acceptance of the FIEC doctrinal basis and agreement with the FIEC ethos statements.
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