Healing for the Heart are looking to recruit an office manager to assist with the organisational development of the charity. We are looking for someone who is forward thinking as well as process aware and who has previous management/leadership experience. The right person should have considerable experience in administration, the design and evaluation of processes as well as finance management in order to lead the office team, supporting the continued growth of the charity.
At Healing for the Heart, we are people focussed and so excellent interpersonal skills are key to the success of this role. The role will involve responsibility for leading the small office team as well as managing and liaising with outsourced financial operations and so excellent organisational skills are essential as is the ability to work unsupervised. As this is a leadership position, we also expect that you will have excellent communication skills and a passion to see people flourish.
We anticipate that this role will become key in our monitoring and evaluation process and is a role which we see developing as the organisation develops.
As everything we do at Healing for the Heart is motivated by our Christian faith, this management post carries a Genuine Occupational Requirement in line with the Equality Act 2010. There is an expectation that the successful candidate will offer pastoral support to staff when appropriate and will also lead prayer and represent the organisation in Christian faith settings.
Core Duties & Responsibilities
This post will report to the Clinical Director.
Please see the full job description for further information.
Place for Hope is a charity which accompanies and equips people and faith communities so that all may reach their potential to be peacemakers, able to navigate change and conflict well. We are rooted in Scotland but work collaboratively in partnerships with faith communities across the UK and beyond.
We are seeking a new Trustee with skills and experience in finance and fundraising to join the Board of Trustees and to Chair our Finance and Funding Forum (a sub-committee of the Board) as we look to grow our work and income in new directions and to develop a detailed 5-year funding strategy. Experience of overseeing financial governance and planning in a charity is advantageous.
This is a voluntary role with a commitment to attend about 10 meetings a year, mainly by Zoom, with some work in between, probably totalling about 10 days’ work annually. A location anywhere in the UK is possible as most meetings are online.