A full-day training workshop exploring networking within and between faith communities. We will situate networks in individual contexts, and share knowledge, signposting and challenges through interactive sessions.
St Etheleburga's much-loved Office and Facilities Manager is leaving and we are are seeking a replacement. If you think you have what it takes to look after our office processes and our building we'd love to hear from you. This is a demanding but potentially very rewarding role at the heart of our team. It would suit someone with a mature outlook who is grounded, practical and efficient and loves to be busy. Luckily Susan has set up some great systems and written thorough manuals on how to handle it all, so you'll be well trained up. If you are interested email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV.
Part time bookkeeper-accountant with charity experience
We are currently looking for a bookkeeper-accountant with charity experience to work at our Centre. If you are interested please email@example.com with your CV.
St Ethelburga's internships
Interns work four days a week and have a great introduction to working life and to peace-building, as well as a much-valued place on our team. We run a rolling internship scheme, accepting applictions every 3 months, for the following roles:
For 18 years, 3FF, the Three Faiths Forum, has worked to build good relations between people of different faiths, beliefs and cultures.
We have developed ground-breaking and award-winning programmes in education, leadership, training and the arts, rooted in a progressive approach to interfaith/intercultural work that includes non-religious groups, and takes into account the complexity of people’s identities.
Our work has been recognised by a range of international bodies: the UN’s Alliance of Civilizations and the Baring Foundation have both commended our work. In 2014 we won the Doha International Interfaith Award, the Shap Award for schools, and were named Camden Mayor’s Charity of the Year.
Now we are looking for a new Director to lead the next stage of 3FF's development.
The ideal candidate will be:
A confident leader who is able to motivate and attract people towards 3FF’s goals
An excellent communicator who is able to build relationships of trust
Ambitious and motivated – looking to achieve big aims for the organisation, and able to secure the funds to achieve those aims
We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds – people with non-religious or religious beliefs.
Connecting with the online world can seem like just another demand on already-stretched time, a mysterious new way of communicating with its own language and customs and a poor substitute to face-to-face conversations. We’ll show you what you’re missing! An afternoon workshop as part of FbRN's Training Tuesdays programme.
There are two current vacancies at the Woolf Institute. Closing dates vary:
Shana Cohen (Sociology Department/Woolf Institute) is looking for a research assistant to support grant writing applications. The candidate should be able to start by the end of January and work until the end of May. The person should be a PhD candidate in the Social Sciences or Humanities, preferably with an interest in migration and/or religion, and be able to commit to at least 65 hours of work during the three month period. Pay will be hourly and following the university pay scale (including NIS).
Please email a cover letter, CV, the name of one reference, and a writing sample to Tina Steiner by Friday 16th January, 2015. Interviews will be held the week commencing Monday 26th January.
The Woolf Institute has an opening for a part-time role in its Development Office supporting funding applications towards its outreach projects, for programmes such as Diversity in End of Life Care. Full training will be given, and therefore the role would suit someone interested in developing skills in preparing grant applications.
The Department for Communities and Local Government and Voluntary Sector Civil Protection Forum have been working together to develop a short guide for Local Resilience Forums and faith communities engaged in civil protection.
The Department of Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck, University of London announces a new three-year postdoctoral position and a PhD studentship in Ethical Monotheism, funded by the Exilarch’s Foundation.