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Corporate Membership Manager (Maternity Cover)


Job Description

Extraordinary opera, extraordinary people 

We have a vacancy for a Corporate Membership Manager to join our Membership team on a 12 month fixed-term contract from February 2018 to work alongside our Director of Development and Head of Membership to implement and manage our Corporate Membership Strategy.

You will be responsible for managing our current corporate membership base including the membership renewal process and benefit fulfilment. You will be first point of contact for all incoming corporate enquiries with a view to securing new Members. You should have experience of developing relationships and generating income in a corporate fundraising or commercial environment along with strong communication and influencing skills. 


The closing date for applications is Friday 3 November 2017.

We are an equal opportunities employer.



Children and Families Worker



Job Description

One Church Brighton works with people from across Brighton and Hove who live on the margins of society. We currently focus on: homelessness, food poverty, unemployment, supporting young people and social exclusion. Our objective is to improve the lives of vulnerable members of society, regardless of age, background or beliefs.

We're recruiting new positions to our Youth and Children's team. If you have a passion for children and young people, love our values and want to be part of a fun, energetic and creative community then we'd love to hear from you! 

As a Children and Families Worker for One Church Brighton you will lead on the delivery of all our projects engaging children and families both within the church and the wider community.

You will:

- Coordinate and deliver the school holiday sessions for Chomp at our 12 sites across Brighton and Hove

- Oversee and develop our work with families

- Manage and develop our two toddler groups

- Develop a program of support for families in need

- Recruit, train and support volunteers

- Nurture new and existing partnerships with local organisations

- Carry out monitoring and reporting for funders – measure outcomes via end of survey and registers

The role is full time, 40 hours a week, with regular evening and weekend work required.

We offer 6% pension contribution on qualifying earnings, 25 days annual leave and an annual retreat.

Interviews will be on Saturday 25th November.

This post will start on 8th January 2018

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