St Andrew’s House is a self-contained office block with an attached Victorian chapel and attractive garden. It is the London home of The Anglican Communion Office, the permanent Secretariat for the world-wide Anglican Church. It provides a pleasant working environment for its compliment of 19 staff members and a warm welcome and hospitality to visitors in its seven guest rooms.
Summary of Manager’s/Warden’s responsibilities
This position is accountable to the Director for Finance and Administration and is directly responsible for two part time cleaning staff.
The person appointed should:
Standards of Behaviour and Conduct
Staff are expected to act at all times with due consideration for others and in a manner befitting their position as employees and as professionals, whatever their job. The values the office seeks to maintain are;
A valid driving licence is desirable.
The position comes with a furnished one bedroom apartment with an outside courtyard and the Manager/Warden is expected to reside there. The apartment is suitable for either a single person or a couple and like the rest of the building is pet friendly and smoke free!
As all organisations evolve and change, so too may the responsibilities and tasks associated with this position. However, no significant change will be made without discussing it with you and seeking your agreement.
The office works a 35 hour week – 7hr days Monday – Friday, 09.00 – 17.00 with one hour lunch break. Due to the nature of the work of this position, flexibility around these hours is expected. Weekend work is regularly required and time off in lieu is granted.
The salary for this full time post is £28,882 per annum (in line with the annual salary guidelines of the National Church Institutions), with an entitlement of 25 days’ annual leave, together with three discretionary days’ leave. There is a contributory pension scheme. There will be a probationary period of three months.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons, who can demonstrate the right to live and work in the UK. The application should include a full CV and the names of at least three referees, including a professional and a personal referee.
The last day for application is 14 October 2016. Interviews will take place at our office on 31 October 2016.
Applications and enquiries should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org. All applications and enquiries will be treated in strict confidence.