Jobs

We are no longer receiving applications for these vacancies, as the deadline has passed.

We are looking to fill two part-time roles at the Jubilee Centre: a Supporter Relations Administrator (15-20 hours/week) – to deal with donations and relate to our supporters, and a Digital Communications Officer (10-15 hours/week) – to produce new digital and printed resources to communicate and promote Jubilee Centre’s vision and activities.

Although these are two distinct opportunities, applications would be especially welcome from anyone who would like to do both jobs, as these roles could be combined and might appeal to an all-rounder who has around 30 hours/week available: someone with a flair for design and creating online content, who is also able to keep accurate records and build relationships with a wide range of people.

Click to view the job descriptions for Supporter Relations Administrator and the Digital Communications Officer, and also for the application form. If you have any questions please contact Sally Bertlin, or phone her on 01223 566319. Closing date for applications is Tuesday 22nd September and interviews will be held on Tuesday 29th September or Wednesday 30th September.

 


 

Volunteering

We value volunteers to help us with our goal to enable people to develop a biblical perspective on public life.  There are a couple of ways in which you can do this:

Research – We are always keen to hear from people who have the skills to undertake a short project researching a current theme.  Alongside our in-house writers, you may be able to contribute to drawing together material for a new publication.  It would be helpful if you have previous research experience.

Administrative help – from time to time we need help in the office to help sort and file things, clear up our archives, assist with mailings or other practical tasks.

Writing a comment or sharing a post

Social media can be a great forum for meeting people and discussing issues with them.  Please do share articles which you like on our website with others in your networks.

We encourage you to comment and participate in this process of learning together.  You might not agree with some of the things you read on the Jubilee Centre website, but we expect users to have mutual respect for each other. Freedom of speech must be upheld, but personal attack and criticism are off limits.  I’m sure you’ll agree that any comment that is unlawful, obscene, threatening or abusive will be deleted by the comments moderator.

We look forward to hearing from you!