Are you passionate about helping Christians to grow as generous disciples of Christ and have experience to help grow giving in churches or other organisations? Then this could be for you! As the Giving Advisor for the Diocese of Exeter you will be working with a small team to promote a deeper understanding of the Christian principles of giving. You will be focusing on the encouragement of planned giving, the roll out of contactless giving, grant and fundraising support as well as contribute to materials that encourage reflection. Training will be tailored to your individual needs.
The Giving Advisor role is part funded by the NCI for the first 5 years, through the Giving Advisor Fund. The Giving Advisor Fund was set up to offer financial support to enable dioceses to recruit additional Giving Advisors.
Any questions; please contact Brigit Kiyaga on (07889) 564103.
The aim of the GA is to work alongside the MRA to encourage Christians in the Diocese in resourcing mission and ministry.
In conjunction with the Finance Team and the Mission & Ministry Team:
Parish Giving Scheme
For further responsibilities please review the job description.
For further requirements please review the job description.
‘The Diocese of Exeter matches almost exactly the boundaries of the county of Devon, including Torbay and Plymouth. We are a family of Christians, worshipping God in many different settings and groups. We are led by the Bishop of Exeter, and governed by Diocesan Synod which is made up of representatives from across the Diocese.
The central office is the Old Deanery, Exeter, where there is a team of around 65 Diocesan staff whose work is arranged to focus on a number of the goals of the Diocesan vision and strategy, ‘Grow in Prayer, Make new Disciples and Serve the People of Devon with Joy’. These staff work in the following teams: Education, Mission & Ministry, Church & Society, Communications, Property & Church Buildings, Finance, Safeguarding, Vocations, Synod Office, Archdeacons Secretaries, Counselling & Pastoral Care Service and our exciting new Growing the Rural Church Project.