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Current Vacancies

Business Development Manager
Salary: c. £48,000 per annum
Hours: Part time, 21 hours per week
St Paul’s draws together a very diverse set of activities, projections and aspirations. It is the Cathedral of the Diocese of London and the seat of its Bishop, a national church and an international spiritual focus, a space for worship and holiness, a place of debate and challenge, an icon of resilience in the face of adversity, an architectural heritage centre, a partner in the City of London, and a commercial enterprise. In addition to holding four services every day (five on Sundays), St Paul’s is open for sight-seeing six days a week, and in 2018 welcomed over 850,000 paying visitors. This is a unique opportunity to join a world renowned Cathedral and significant cultural institution that sits within the heart of the City of London. This role provides an outstanding chance for an experienced corporate giving fundraiser to make their mark by meaningfully increasing corporate income and the number of relationships that will contribute to the protection and development of one of the most iconic buildings in the world. This part time position will assist in devising and executing a strategic plan to bring in substantial income from the corporate sector. Key tasks will include increasing, developing and maintaining corporate giving relationships including the corporate membership scheme and sponsorship of key events. The post-holder will work with the Director of Development and Global Partnership team on reviewing and developing the Cathedrals corporate giving programme and increasing levels of support and income. We are looking for someone with an impressive track record in corporate fundraising. Educated to degree level or equivalent, you should be a confident networker, with excellent written and oral communication skills, be able to project manage within complex organisations and have proven marketing skills. You must also have a background in and ability to cultivate and sustain long-term corporate relationships with a wide range of organisations, and in securing increased corporate giving. You will be passionate about St Paul’s philosophy and mission with the can-do attitude required for this work.
  
Please download the Job Description here.
Please visit the Church of England Pathways website to apply for this role
The closing date for applications positions is 5pm Monday 20 January 2020, with interviews are likely to take place on Wednesday 29th January 2020
Finance Business Partner
Salary: £42,840 per annum
Hours: Full time; 35 hours per week
St Paul’s Cathedral is seeking a Finance Business Partner, a key role in the Finance Department, deputising for the Head of Finance as well as working directly and independently with senior leaders across the organisation to support decision making. Working closely with both the Director of Corporate Services and Head of Finance they will play an important role in ensuring that the Cathedral is making the very best use of its funds whilst maintaining and developing a strong financial control framework. Focusing on income generation and capital projects which together support the preservation and maintenance of the Cathedral, this post will provide insightful financial reports and in depth analysis to enable high-quality decision-making. This role also takes responsibility for the provision of financial information on and for the Cathedral’s associated Trusts, from reports to the Board and the Development Team, through to the preparation of the draft statutory accounts as well as acting as the key contact for these external audits. This role is highly customer focused and the incumbent will need to be able to build strong relationships at all levels across the organisation. Knowledge of charity SORP accounting, along with experience of varying budgeting techniques and the ability to gain buy in for the process and proposals is essential. Ideally you will be qualified (ACA, ACCA, or CIMA) but we also welcome applications from part-qualified accountants who have the relevant experience in a similar role.
  
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 January 2020. Interviews will take place on 6th or 7th February 2020.
Finance Assistant
Salary: £26,200 per annum
Hours: Full time; 35 hours per week
St Paul’s draws together a very diverse set of activities, projections and aspirations. It is the Cathedral of the Diocese of London and the seat of its Bishop, a national church and an international spiritual focus, a space for worship and holiness, a place of debate and challenge, an icon of resilience in the face of adversity, an architectural heritage centre, a partner in the City of London, and a commercial enterprise. In addition to holding four services every day (five on Sundays), St Paul’s is open for sight-seeing six days a week, and in 2018 welcomed over 850,000 paying visitors. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Finance Assistant to join a thriving and growing team. This is a varied role which takes responsibility of the administration, processing and accounting for supplier management. This role also provides support to the Finance team in performing balance sheet reconciliations including Fixed Assets and prepayments as well as processing expenses, payroll administration and support for projects. We are looking for someone with extensive purchase ledger and reconciliations experience, familiarity with relevant accounting standards and exposure to accounting for investments. You should have the ability to work successfully as part of a small busy team and the communication skills to liaise well with all Cathedral colleagues including senior budget holders, and suppliers. You should also be reliable and organised with the ability to prioritise work and meet strict deadlines whilst maintaining accuracy and confidentiality.
  
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 January 2020. Interviews will take place on 6th or 7th February 2020.
Head of Finance
Salary: £58,250 per annum
Hours: Full time; 35 hours per week
We are seeking a proactive Head of Finance, who will be responsible for the whole of the Cathedral’s (Group) day-to-day accounting function. This is a key role reporting to the Corporate Services Director, leading the Finance Team to ensure that the organisation has effective procedures and robust controls in place, fulfils all of its statutory responsibilities and delivers against its financial commitments. The Head of Finance will be responsible for annual statutory reporting, financial planning, budgeting and forecasting and for the production of timely, accurate and accessible monthly and quarterly management accounts. In addition, they will ensure that all payments are accurate and timely. They will also work with the Director of Corporate Services to modernise and streamline the Cathedral’s finance systems. The role holder will be responsible for the direct line management of all the staff in the Finance Team, currently an FTE of five, to ensure they work in an efficient, effective, supportive and co-ordinated way to deliver the Cathedral’s accounting function. You will be a fully qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, or CIMA) with good knowledge of charity SORP accounting, and experience of developing and implementing financial systems and internal controls. Experience of budgeting and management accounts along with strong organisational skills is essential, whilst Commercial/retail finance experience including EPOS and experience of payroll would be desirable.
  
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 January 2020. Interviews will take place on 6th or 7th February 2020.