Our aim is for everyone in the National Church Institutions (NCIs) to feel that they belong and are valued for who they are and what they contribute. Together, our people contribute in different ways towards our common purpose, whichever NCI they work in and whatever their background.
The Church of England Pensions Board is one of the seven National Church Institutions (NCIs), that support the mission and ministry of the Church of England.
The Board provides retirement services to those who work or minister for the Church, providing pensions for 41,000 members, and providing support with retirement housing to 1 in 6 retiring clergy. We also directly manage c£3.5bn of pension investments, ensuring these are invested responsibly in line with the Church of England’s ethical policies.
We are looking for an experienced change project manager to join our team, to help us deliver our Housing and charitable services strategy.
In this role, you will be responsible for working alongside Housing and other colleagues in two areas. The first, driving the implementation of established plans to streamline our existing customer services. And second, planning for a more holistic transformation, to help put us on a more sustainable footing for the future. Consultation and engagement with those we serve within the Church will be absolutely essential to success and will form a core strand of the work.
As an expert in your field, you will be looked to for advice on how to deliver change well, ensuring that good change management principles are built into our plans from day one. At the same time, we are looking for someone who, while they know their project management tools inside and out, also understands when to flex approach to get the job done.
We particularly welcome applications from candidates with experience in an operational, charity or housing environment.
The main responsibilities for this role are:
The ideal candidate must have:
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
In the National Church Institutions (NCIs), we support the mission and ministries of the Church of England. We work with parishes, dioceses, schools, chaplaincies and other ministries, and with national and international partners including mission agencies, and other denominations and faith groups.-.
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Our emerging values
We welcome everyone and we accept and value people for who they are and what they contribute, treating others in the way we would wish to be treated ourselves. We actively listen to and include others, encouraging and enabling everyone’s voice to be heard in discussions and decisions. When we disagree, we aim to disagree well with respect and kindness.
We want to encourage applications from a diverse group of people. Even if you have never thought about working for us before, if you have the skills and experience we’re looking for then we would like to hear from you. If there is anything we can do to support you in your application please get in touch via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.