Parish Giving Scheme Administrator

Published: April 8, 2019

Full time, permanent

Salary: £18,000, 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm.

 

The Parish Giving Scheme is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, committed and motivated person to support the administration of regular donations whilst delivering a variety of other administration duties.

The Parish Giving Scheme (PGS) is a Direct-Debit system which provides professional and effective donation management to support parishes in funding their mission and ministry.

The Parish Giving Scheme has attracted considerable interest from around the Church and has been adopted as the preferred way of giving by the National Stewardship Committee. The PGS is a charitable company owned by participating Dioceses and is based in Gloucester.

It is anticipated that in the next few years that the scheme could be processing annual donations of over £50 million, from around 70,000 donors, and claiming more than £10 million each year in Gift Aid.

The new PGS Administrator will work with our existing team and together with the other administrators will be responsible for processing daily donations and delivering excellent customer service. The successful candidate will be working in a fast-paced team and should possess experience in a similar administrative role and be skilled in the following areas:

  • Excellent communication
  • Attention to detail
  • Strong administrator
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft office package
  • Proficient in database administration

The ideal candidate will be a good team player with a flexible and positive attitude.

Parish Giving Scheme Administrator Job Description

Application form

For more information about the role please contact Alice Clark, HR Advisor on 01452 410022 or email .  Applications should be emailed to or alternatively, you can send it to Recruitment, Church House, College Green, Gloucester GL1 2LY.

Closing date is 9am Monday 29th April 2019.

Interviews on Wednesday 8th May 2019.

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