We currently have three vacancies - Please see below:

Finance and Operations Director

Part Time| Permanent - 3 days a week | Salary - Competitive + Pension + Staff Benefits

The Opportunity

The main purpose of the role of the Finance and Operations Director is to lead, develop and to ensure implementation of the overall strategy for The Trust’s finance and operations functionalities.

As a member of the Leadership Team, the Finance and Operations Director leads the strategic development and implementation for the Trust’s finance and operational team and functionalities. This role creates the enabling conditions to deliver our work. With the Leadership Team and the Board, the Finance and Operations Director also plays an important role in developing the strategy and culture for the whole organisation.

A key focus for the Trust and for Finance and Operations Director in the coming years will be on developing quality processes, systems and infrastructure which will help us become more efficient, effective and innovative. We want the Trust to be well run and to have a solid financial foundation. This includes developing areas such as people and team development, customer service, property and facilities development, data and knowledge management and financial analysis and reporting.

Key Accountabilities

The right candidate will be a strategic systems thinker – someone who has a sense of vision and can see complex interconnected relationships and how they strategically fit together at a personal, interpersonal and systemic level. You will have an appetite for wanting to understand how to grow and scale an organisation in a way that is purpose led and entrepreneurially driven – with a mindset that embraces human centred design and commercial sustainability. We are looking for a candidate that is comfortable with the complexity and challenges that come along with leading organisational change.

We are looking for someone who is ready to deliver as we have several large projects in motion that we want to implement in the next 6-18 months. This will include finding ways to improve the day to day running of our facilities.

The ideal candidate will be a leader who enjoys helping people realise their potential as individuals, as a team and as a community. And this includes role modelling and embodying the values of the Trust and the principles and practices of psychosynthesis. We are very excited to work with people who are equally enthusiastic about our vision, our purpose and the work of the Trust.

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 difference!

You can download the full Job Description here.

How to apply:

Please explain in a maximum of 2 pages why you’d like to work for The Trust, what vision you have for The Trust’s future and what contribution you’d like to make through 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 Jen Morgan, Executive Director at jmorgan@ptrust.org.uk

Closing Date is February 6th at 5pm | Interviews will be held w/c February 11th

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, enquiry and responsibility to our work with each other and our students.

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).


Counselling Service Coordinator

Part Time | Permanent - 2 days a week | Salary - £25,000 (TBC), Pro rata £10,000

The Opportunity

The Psychosynthesis Trust is at an exciting phase in its evolution. Our student numbers are growing and more people are seeking support from our Counselling Service. In order to support this growth and to move into our next stage of evolution, we are building our capacity in our Counselling Service.

The Counselling Service is a referral service for clients and also provides a placement in which our students (counsellors-in-training) gain their clinical experience in a formal, supported setting. The Counselling Service Coordinator’s main role is to support the Counselling Service Manager in their administration and clinical needs.

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 great opportunity for personal and professional development and to feel like you are making a real difference.

The Purpose of the Role

The purpose of this role is to support the Counselling Service Manager in the processing of assessment, student information, data and records as well as undertaking some clinical assessment work of clients for Counselling Service members and counsellors-in-training.

Key Accountabilities

The right candidate will have excellent administrative and organisational skills and will love both processes and people. A key element of this role will be to support the administration of the work the Counselling Service members (qualified practitioners) and the counsellors-in-training are undertaking. This is a role about detail and data as well as clinical assessment and referral work. We are looking for someone who can see the bigger picture and help us to continue to find ways to support and improve the student journey to make it as efficient, professional and human-centred as possible as well as serving our community of qualified members.

You can download the full Job Description here.

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, enquiry and responsibility to our work with each other and our students.

We are really driven around promoting intersectionality so welcome applications regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.

How 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 Felicitas at fmander@ptrust.org.uk

Closing date is February 14th at 5pm | Interviews will be held on: February 27th


Trustee Role at The Psychosynthesis Trust

Are you a visionary? Are you interested in helping us in our work to develop human consciousness?

Benefits:
• 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

Diversity
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.

Requirements:
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.

More information: Download Trustee Recruitment Pack

How to Apply
Please send your CV and a cover letter to recruitment@ptrust.org.uk

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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