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Operations Manager

1) Main Purpose Of The Role

To support the mission and vision of CCM by providing high quality, proactive, effective and godly operations management.

2) Primary Responsibilities

The following outline indicates the anticipated shape of this role, but we would be open to exploring variations in order to make best use of the particular gifts of the person appointed.

3) Key Skills & Attributes

The Operations Manager will be a key member of the staff team. We are eager to make the most of and develop any particular skills or interests you may have.

4) Terms And Conditions

The post-holder will report to the Director of Operations and Development.

Hours are 40 per week. The Operations Manager will be expected to work normal office hours (9.30-5.30 Mon-Fri). There will be some flexibility in the working arrangement and the post holder will be expected to be in the office 3 days/week minimum.

Annual leave is six weeks per year, to be taken at times agreed with the Director of Operations and Development and in conjunction with other members of the staff team. In addition, statutory bank holidays apply.

This is a permanent post with a three month probationary period.

The salary will be determined according to the relevant experience and training of the successful candidate and is in the range £30,000 to £40,000 per annum. Reasonable working expenses and employer pension contributions of 15% will also be made.

Application Process

If you would like to apply, please email the following to Roxana Stanciu:

The deadline for applications is: 2024-03-01

Interviews will be held from: 2024-03-04

An Occupational Requirement exists for the post-holder to be a practising Christian in accordance with the Equality Act 2010. An enhanced DBS Disclosure will be required for the successful applicant.

Please note we are only able to consider applicants who are currently fully eligible to work in the UK.

There is a genuine occupational requirement for this role to be filled by a Christian - see CCM’s statement of faith

About CCM

Christ Church Mayfair, Down Street, London, W1J 7AN

christchurchmayfair.org020 7629 5885

Our Vision Statement:

We believe in... making disciples of Jesus Christ. In God's kindness, this has been the ministry of Christ Church Mayfair since the church was planted in 2001. Wonderfully, we've seen many come to put their trust in Jesus for the first time, and many more deepen their love and knowledge of Him. We all want to be disciples who grow and see many others trust in Jesus and grow in their knowledge and love of Him.

We Believe In:

Growing in Maturity, and so teach all that Jesus commanded in the Bible. Serving in Ministry, and so want everyone in the church family to serve and grow. Going in Mission, and so welcome all people to come and hear while training those here to go and tell.

The Church

The Christ Church Mayfair church family comprises of around 400 adults, 70 children and a handful of teenagers. We have a morning and evening service.

The morning congregation has a variety of ages and stages (though no retired people). In the main, however, it is young and growing families who attend.

The evening congregation is predominantly people in their 20s and 30s, with an increasing number staying into their 40s and beyond, who work in the City or Canary Wharf. A contingent of students, largely from Imperial College but increasingly from other universities, make up around 20% of the church family during term time.

We are an Anglican Church in the Diocese of London, originally planted from St Helen’s Bishopsgate, and also part of the Co-Mission network of churches.

The Staff

We are a happy staff team of twelve paid staff and currently five ministry interns (apprentices), some of whom are part-time.

The Senior Minister, Rev'd Matt Fuller, oversees a team which presently comprises:

Read some of our staff profiles on our website