Do you want to help to bring about wholeness in a fragmented world? Are you someone who has a relational approach and thrives on working skilfully to support people in their personal development journey? Then we want to hear from you!
The Psychosynthesis Trust is at an exciting phase in its evolution in bringing about wholeness in a fragmented world through helping people to awaken more deeply to who they are. We do this through offering counselling and psychotherapy, transformative learning experiences and inspiring spaces to hire in the heart of London. Our building at 92-94 Tooley Street is an important part of our future. As such, we are looking for an Operations Manager who can play a crucial role in maintaining and developing the infrastructure for our community.
The Purpose of the Role: To lead, develop and to ensure implementation the overall strategy for the Trust’s operations functionalities.
How to apply:
Please explain in no more than 2 pages why you’d like to work for The Trust, what skills and attributes you will bring to The Trust, and what experience you have that fits with this role. We are also interested in hearing about your life story and how this aligns to your purpose, strengths and interests. Please send this, along with your CV to Jamie Joyes, Finance and Operations Director at: email@example.com More information about this role can be found on the Trust’s website.
We are particularly keen to receive applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic, people with disabilities, people who identify with being LGBTQIA or people who identify with having been marginalised.
Download: Operations Manager Job Description: PDF
Closing Date is March 2nd 9am - Interview dates will be confirmed
We are looking for a Counselling Service Manager to join our committed and energetic team to lead, and manage the strategic development of the Counselling Services, to develop the student placement service, (which supports the start of students’ professional practice) and to manage a professional counselling service for alumni.
We need someone who loves planning, implementing and has a depth of understanding, knowledge and experience of both the therapeutic growth process, assessment and the learning process that students undergo on psychotherapeutic training programmes.
If this opportunity excites you and you would like to apply please email your CV with a covering letter why you want to work for the Trust and how you meet the requirements of the role to Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is February 24th 9am. Interviews will be held at our offices at 92-94 Tooley Street in the week commencing w/c March 2nd 2020.
Would you like to play a key role in the development of psychosynthesis students? Do you like the idea of being part of a community of psychosynthesis professionals?
Do you want to contribute to the development of the Psychosynthesis Trust?
Are you interested in applying psychosynthesis to different contexts, such as working with students, working with the Trust as an organisation and in a team setting?
Joining the programme team as a Study Tutor is to join a learning community of psychosynthesis professionals working together to support and develop the student community, and fulfil the Trust’s social purpose. Here's the Job Description.
How to Apply
Applications are now open. Please send your CV and a covering letter explaining how you fit the role specification to Programmes Coordinator, Kathryn Reed, email@example.com
Are you a visionary? Are you interested in helping us in our work to develop human consciousness?
• Help shape our strategy and to grow our work
• 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:
• Finance and commercial skills
• Marketing and communications
• Psycho-spiritual teaching and education and/or experience of psychosynthesis
• 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.
To get in touch please complete the below contact form.
Do you want to help to bring about wholeness in a fragmented world? Do you know a lot about digital marketing and social media? Then we want to hear from you.
We are looking for volunteers to support our committed and energetic marketing team. We need someone who can deliver maximum impact and engagement to inspire more people to awaken to who they are. In return we offer flexible hours, and the opportunity to work at the forefront of a purpose driven organisation enabling human potential.
Please note that we are always happy to hear from people who are willing to help! So if you think that you don’t quite match the profile described here but still would like to contribute, please feel free to get in touch.