Thursday 22 October
The Salisbury Centre is looking for a dynamic individual to manage the activities and development of the Centre.
The Salisbury Centre aims to offer a place of welcome, safety, warmth and community for all those who are seeking to grow and develop spiritually, psychologically and creatively in the company of like-minded others.
Our intention is to be inclusive of all spiritual traditions, and to create a place where those exploring their deepest nature can find and develop their own path, while also having opportunities to meet with others and be part of a vibrant, and supportive community.
We are committed to working towards ecological sustainability, in the belief that personal development goes hand in hand with awareness of the needs of the planet.
The Salisbury Centre aims to offer a holistic and dynamic program of activities such as courses, workshops, lectures, meditations and one-to-one therapeutic work. Our intention is to provide an open, welcoming and accessible space to explore spiritual, psychological, and creative dimensions of being.
The Salisbury Centre is looking for a new Centre Manager who will be able to manage and develop the Centre in the lead up to celebrating the 50th anniversary (in 2023) of a vibrant venue dear in the hearts of a wide and diverse community. We expect the initial work to be focused on finalising policies, finishing a significant update to our office systems, as well as working with the trustees on a major building upgrade.
We are fully committed to creating opportunities for access and participation for members of diverse communities. We welcome applications from people from all gender identity, race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, health, faith and age. We are in the process of upgrading our premises and welcome applications from differently abled people. We are not currently fully accessible and some parts of the Centre will remain only accessible by flights of steps.
Applications should include a cover letter (not longer than two pages) explaining how your skills and experience meet the person specification with a CV and should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before 23rd June at 1pm.
Interviews will be held, online, on 1st July.
Starting date: as soon as possible
Working hours: 30hrs/week
Salary: based on £30,000, pro rata temporis £25,715
Contract duration: 3 years with a 6 months’ probation
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