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Current Vacancies

Adult Learning Department, Senior Content Manager
Salary: £37,620 - £39,600 per annum
Hours: Full time, 35 hours per week
St Paul’s Cathedral’s Adult Learning Department runs a busy programme of public events at the cathedral exploring the challenges, joys and contradictions of being a Christian in the 21st century. The programme’s remit is Christian formation for laypeople, and events focus on prayer, spirituality, theology, doctrine, arts, creativity and ethics. The programme currently consists of about 30 events per year, with scope to expand the programme for new audiences. The Senior Content Manager is a new role within this growing department and area of the cathedral’s work, and will be responsible for researching and originating the individual events and programme as a whole. This is an exciting and unusual opportunity for the right person to shape the future development of the cathedral’s Christian formation work. The successful candidate will hold substantial knowledge and understanding of Christian theology, spirituality, doctrine and ethics, along with a successful track-record of organising public events. This is a position which bears responsibility for a key part of the Christian mission of St Paul’s Cathedral and therefore has a genuine occupational requirement for a person of Christian faith. We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates, who are currently under-represented in our organisation at this level.
  
Please download the Job Description here.
Please visit the Church of England Pathways website to apply for this role
The closing date for applications is 24th February 2019 and interviews will be held on 11th March 2019.
Community Development Worker – Hackney Choral
3 year Fixed Term Contract
Salary: £10,000 per annum pro rata (£25,000 per annum FTE)
Hours: Part time, 14 hours per week
St Paul’s Cathedral is seeking a dynamic Community Development Worker to bring to life a new project — Hackney Choral — which will give excluded young people a voice through the discipline of choral music. The heart of this project is the creation of a new Senior Choir for 12-18 year olds in the borough of Hackney and the delivery of a series of holiday choral courses. The post-holder will bring strong experience of community engagement, and will have a heart for the people of London and its communities. This is an exciting opportunity to work as part of a visionary team, with the potential to make a difference to the lives of young people. This post will be based remotely in St Paul’s West Hackney and is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
  
Please download the Job Description here.
Please visit the Church of England Pathways website to apply for this role
The closing date for applications is 24th February 2019 and interviews will be held on 5th March 2019.
Bass Vicar Choral
Salary: £25,707 per annum
Hours: To sing at 60% of the statutory services throughout term time and their associated rehearsals
The Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral wishes to appoint a Bass Vicar Choral to join its world famous Choir.
This appointment is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
For further information, please call 020 7236 6883 or email music@stpaulscathedral.org.uk
  
Please download the Job Description here.
Please visit the Church of England Pathways website to apply for this role
The closing date for receipt of applications is 12noon on Friday 1st March 2019.
Applicants will be contacted by Wednesday 6th March. As part of the shortlisting process, preliminary auditions may be held on Friday 8th and/or Tuesday 12th March 2019.
Final auditions will be held on the evening of Monday 18th March 2019
Chief Financial Officer
Salary: Competitive
A fantastic opportunity to lead the finance function of one of London’s most important historical institutions. St Paul’s Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of London and a centre for worship, mission and teaching. It draws together in its ministry and daily life a complexity of activities, projections and aspirations. Amongst other roles, it is the Cathedral of the Diocese of London, a national church, an icon of resilience in the face of adversity, an architectural heritage centre, a partner in the City of London, a place of learning as well as debate and challenge, a space of worship and holiness, an international spiritual focus, and a commercial enterprise. We are a Christian church which seeks to share the Christian Gospel yet are also ‘owned’ by many who would profess no Christian faith. We are now looking for a Chief Financial Officer who can join a leadership team that is dedicated to securing the future of the Cathedral. In 2018 around 1.5 million people visited us; worshipers, school groups and tourists all joining together to enjoy the Cathedral and all it has to offer. Leading our finance team and reporting to the Registrar (CEO equivalent), the Chief Financial Officer will have a broad and rewarding role, balancing the priorities of a place of worship and a commercial enterprise. We are keen to encourage applications from CCAB qualified finance leaders, who have broad experience and a variety of backgrounds. Our new Chief Financial Officer is likely to have had some exposure to Charity accounting in a relatively complex organisation, with a variety of income streams. They could be currently operating at Director level or alternatively this could be a great opportunity for an established Head of Finance to make that step up. Experience of working in a similar organisation could be beneficial, but more important is a demonstrable track record of modernising a finance function whilst being an integral part of a broader leadership team. We are open to discussing flexible working arrangements for this full-time post. We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates, who are currently under-represented in our organisation at this level.
  
For more information, please visit https://andersonquigley.com/st-pauls-cfo. For a confidential discussion please contact our advising consultants at Anderson Quigley: Rob Hilyer on +44 (0)7719 325 771 or Kassie McKnight on +44 (0)7808 648 559.  
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Monday 11th March 2019 at noon.
Director of St Paul’s Institute
Salary: Competitive

The St Paul’s Institute was established by the Chapter of St Paul’s in order to recapture the Cathedral’s ancient role as a centre of public discussion and debate. Today the Institute stimulates broad-based public engagement on the relationship between human dignity and the common good, and economic and financial activity. In short, we are interested in the ways economic and financial developments touch the lives of people. In recent years, in view of how far market frameworks and values have come to impact public and private life, the Institute has been developing an enlarged remit to address matters of human flourishing and social justice whilst retaining the lenses of economic, business and finance. This remit is one that the Cathedral Chapter is keen to explore fully as part of the expansion of the Cathedrals commitment to social transformation. St Paul’s Institute works in concert with a range of politicians, policy makers, universities, think-tanks, NGOs, and financial institutions. Because of the Institute’s unique position, it is able to facilitate dialogues that are unlikely to take place in other contexts. A key and growing partnership is with the Bishop of London and her team as she engages in the public square. We are looking for a highly skilled and experienced leader to steer St Paul’s Institute.

We need someone who will:
1. Direct our programme of research and thought-leadership relating to ethics and the financial markets
2. Develop high-level relationships among decision-makers in the finance and policy-making sectors, in order to deliver tangible change based on our rigorous research
3. Be the face and voice of our thinking on social and economic justice, and the future of capitalism
4. Lead a small team of dedicated professionals

  
To find out more about this exciting role please visit http://green-park-jobs.co.uk/st-pauls-institute/. If you want to know more about the role or selection process, please contact our Executive Search partners, Green Park on cse@green-park.co.uk or 0207 399 3252, and ask for Gala de Zulueta.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Wednesday 3rd April 2019.