Safeguarding Project Administrator (part-time)

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London Diocesan House, London Diocesan Fund, 36 Causton Street, London
Fixed Term Part Time
£15,300 per annum, 3 days per week (pro-rated p.a. from £25,500 full-time equivalent)

The Church of England is on an improvement journey. It started in 2007 following the House of Bishops decision to review its past cases of child abuse, which followed court appearances by several clergy and church officers who had been charged with committing offences against children.

In 2019 we are continuing that journey and are involved in a national programme overseeing the review of cases including National Church Institutions and Cathedrals. You will be part of a small dynamic team working with great professionals and all our parishes in the London Diocese. This is an exciting opportunity to work alongside professionals and volunteers on our improvement journey.

Closing date - 13 January 2020

Interviews - WC 20 January 2020

The primary purpose of this role is to be proactive in all aspects of this fast-paced project. You will coordinate project activities by managing schedules, arranging assignments and preparing action plans, analysing risks and assisting the Project Manager. Organising training and all administration functions and processes in line with the project methodology.

The role is for 3 days per week until 31st December 2020.

  • Attend all project meetings and take notes of the budget forecast and assess possible project risks and setbacks
  • Coordinate and delegate tasks to project leads and work packages
  • Collaborate on project presentations
  • Excel proficiency and administratively efficient with strong attention to detail.
  • Ability to keep confidentiality, honesty

Please refer to the attached Job Description for the full details on the main responsibilities.

  • Professional and confident manner
  • Able to work under pressure with tight deadlines with many and varied tasks and able to prioritise work to meet timescales
  • Safeguarding, social care/local authority environment or similar

Please refer to the attached Job Description for the full details on Person Specification.

The Church of England in London is growing, vibrant and at the heart of communities throughout the capital. At the London Diocesan Fund we seek to do everything we can to support this mission and growth, using our resources to help our parishes and chaplains to serve over 4 million people.

We value the benefits of employing individuals from a range of backgrounds, with diverse cultures and talents and aim to create a workforce that:

  • Values difference in others and respects the dignity and worth of each individual
  • Reflects the diversity of the nation that the Church of England exists to serve
  • Fosters a climate of creativity, tolerance and diversity that will help all staff to develop to their full potential.

To learn more about the work we do, click here

To learn more about Capital Vision 2020 please click here

To learn more about our offer to staff and our enhanced pension scheme with a 15% employer contribution, please refer to the attached 'Our offer to you'.