We currently have two vacancies - Please see below:
IT Systems Manager
We are looking for someone to contribute to the strategic set up, development and ongoing support for the Trust’s IT, technical infrastructure and data and knowledge management needs.
The current IT services are provided by a shared virtual service. Our current organisational growth, and our interest in being strategic about maximising IT for social impact, means we now want to bring our IT in house. Thus the creation of this new part time role.
Your role will be to support the set strategic set up, and ongoing development and support for the Trust’s IT, technical infrastructure and data and knowledge management needs. This role will support our team of 10 people who work with our freelance training delivery team of 30 people. This role will be essential in indirectly supporting the effective and efficient running and development of our training, counseling services, room rental and events programmes.
At the Trust, we value an approach that considers the whole, both in terms of individuals and society and our organisation. We orientate to working with the qualities of love and will and bring the principles of curiosity, inquiry and responsibility to our work with each other and our students.
This is an exciting role for someone who wants to be part of a growing organisation on the pioneering edge of psychological and spiritual development. We are a small team so there is a great opportunity for personal and professional development and to feel like you are making a real difference.
If this opportunity speaks to you and the above matches your skill set and interests please download the job description here.
We value diversity and the intersectionality of people and their backgrounds. This is important to us as we seek to integrate ourselves, our communities and society. We also believe in the importance of bringing together different perspectives that help us see more of reality and what is needed for our work. So, we are particularly keen to receive applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic, people with disabilities, people who identify with being LGBTQIA, people who have a mental health condition or people who identify with being marginalised (or have been in the past).
How to Apply
Please email your CV with a covering letter telling us; why you want to work for the Trust, why you are excited about this role, and how you meet the requirements. Applications should be sent to Anna Jagric at email@example.com by 5pm on Wednesday 28th November. Interviews will be held on 3rd and 4th December, you will need to be free to attend one of these dates. The role is for an immediate start.
Salary: Pro-rata £35,000 FTE per annum
Contract: 2 days a week, permanent.
Trustee Role at The Psychosynthesis Trust
Are you a visionary? Are you interested in helping us in our work to develop human consciousness?
• Help shape a new growth strategy
• Develop your leadership skills
• Be part of a leading educational charity board with annual turnover of £1million
We are looking for one new Trustee to join us in developing the Board’s potential.
Areas of experience we are interested in:
• Business development and scaling
• Psycho-spiritual teaching and education and/or experience of psychosynthesis
• Marketing and communications
• Finance and commercial skills
• People who are visionary, relational, focused on impact and who are excited about the Trust’s work
We welcome applications from Black, Asian and other ethnic minorities as well as people with disabilities, people who identify with being LGBTQIA and people from different socio-economic backgrounds.
About the charity
Our purpose stems from a belief that personal development and self-inquiry supports collective evolution for a kinder, more compassionate and connected world. We are committed to bringing benefit to the individual and collective through teaching Psychosynthesis. Learn more about the Psychosynthesis Trust.
All roles are voluntary (with travel expenses reimbursed) and are for an initial three-year term following a successful trial period. The overall expected commitment will be around 10 days per year from our office in Tooley Street, London.
How to Apply
Please send your CV and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sometimes roles come up in the administration or management of the Trust, or as part of the programme team as a tutor, supervisor or trainer. It’s good to hear from talented people interested in joining the team.
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