Programme Administrator and Researcher (Intern)

Posted 12 days agoExpires in 14 days
Westminster, London
Fixed Term Full Time
£10.55 per hour - LLW

Renewal & Reform is a programme of work designed to enable the Church of England to become once again a growing church for all people and for all places. There are currently nine key workstreams. These include the implementation of the Setting God’s People Free report, which focuses on the seven-day-a-week discipleship of the 98% within the Church of England who are not ordained. The role assists the Renewal & Reform Programme Office and supports the implementation of Renewal & Reform and Setting God’s People Free.

This is a paid internship. The role of the Programme Administrator and Researcher will be to support the Renewal & Reform and the Setting God’s People Free programmes in the areas of research, project management, communications and event organisation.

The main responsibilities requirements are;

  • Assisting the Director of Renewal & Reform and the Programme Director for Setting God’s People Free with research relating to the work of these programmes.
  • Conduct research and develop case studies on examples of Renewal & Reform in practice and support the development of new internal communications or leads for the external communications team.
  • Support the Renewal & Reform Programme Office in the governance arrangements for Renewal & Reform and Setting God’s People Free, including booking meetings and rooms and supporting event management.
  • Attending Renewal & Reform Officers and Communications meetings, and assisting with the drafting of minutes.
  • Keep the Renewal & Reform webpages updated as needed under the leadership of the Renewal & Reform Project Manager.
  • Taking responsibility for routine administration relating to the work of Renewal & Reform.

Please see the attached job description for the full main responsibilities

The ideal candidate requirement for this role are;

Essential

Skills/Aptitudes:

  • Project and event management skills,
  • Good writing skills, including summarizing material from a range of sources and drafting clear papers and responses.
  • Time management skills, including ability to prioritize and meet deadlines.
  • Attention to detail.
  • IT skills, including experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

Knowledge/Experience:

  • Experience of basic administration
  • Familiarity with the Church of England

Personal Attributes:

  • Discretion in dealing with confidential matters and sensitive issues.
  • Professional, well organized and creative when appropriate.
  • Self-motivated and well organized, able to demonstrate initiative.

Desirable

Skills/Aptitudes:

Knowledge/Experience:

  • Experience of managing events
  • Experience of writing communications for a range of audiences

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