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Administrative Officer (part-time)

Part Time
Job Sector:
Administration / Office Work, Charity / Not for Profit
South Wales
Salary description:
£13, 900 p.a. for 21-hour week
Start Date:
Addoldai Cymru (Welsh Religious Buildings Trust)
Job Ref:

Administrative Officer (part-time)

£13,900 p.a. for 21-hour week (scale 6, £23,166 pro rata) +10% pension

Addoldai Cymru, [The Welsh Religious Buildings Trust], is seeking to appoint an Administrative Officer to manage its office, to operate its financial procedures and affairs, and to provide administrative support to Trustees and the Trust Manager. Addoldai Cymru is a national charity established to conserve exceptional examples of Nonconformist places of worship in Wales that have become redundant, to promote awareness and understanding of Wales’ Nonconformist heritage, and to provide support to congregations of existing chapel buildings.

The Trust is currently relocating its office to the Bridgend area, initially in Tondu and then permanently in Maesteg, and the Administrative Officer will play a key role in taking the charity forward in its new location.

The hours worked shall total 21hours per week(3days), normally within the hours of 9am -5pm, Monday to Friday. Attendance at some evening and weekend events will be required.

The closing date for applications is Friday 9th December 2016 at 12 Noon.

If you are interested in this position then please click the ‘Apply Now’ button below and send us your full CV and a covering letter.

Company Description

Addoldai Cymru (Welsh Religious Buildings Trust) is a charity set up to take into ownership a selection of chapels that are historically and/or architecturally significant to the story of chapel building and Nonconformity in Wales and that are valuable to their local communities. We aim to protect and sensitively develop a small number of Wales’ chapel buildings and currently own six chapels from a variety of denominations located across Wales. We are managed by a small team of staff and trustees whose vision relies upon the goodwill of local communities and interested parties. We aim to tell the story of Welsh chapels from their humble beginnings to becoming the building type described as the “national architecture of Wales” and to create an important legacy for the benefit of future generations.

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