Job Vacancies

Current Positions Available:

Financial Controller and Company Secretary (part-time)

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Westminster Theological Centre as the Financial Controller and Company Secretary. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and part of the WTC Executive, the successful candidate will be meticulous and able to provide accounting and strategic support to the Executive and Trustees. Suitable applicants will be able to demonstrate an ability to work flexibly and under pressure, they will be able to evidence excellent communication and analytical skills, will have the ability to work well on a team, and will be highly IT literate. There is the potential for this role to develop in the future and lead to a promotion to Finance Director for the person who has the aptitude.

The FC will be responsible for preparing annual accounts, compiling management accounts, creating budgets and monitoring expenditure against them, and compiling cash-flow forecasts as well as managing the bookkeeping function. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate commercial and / or professional experience with a professional Accountancy qualification. They will be spiritually mature and be a proven team player with excellent interpersonal skills. A excellent working knowledge of Excel and Sage is also essential, as is experience in business planning and modelling.

Organisational Background - The Mission and Need

WTC is a pioneering theological educator with a vision to integrate the best of scholarship with the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit to transform, heal and release God’s people into His purposes for them. WTC’s mission is to deliver transformational theological education within prophetic, worshipping and learning communities throughout the UK and Europe, in partnership with local churches. The successful applicant will need to have a passion for the work of WTC and to see this role as part of their call to ministry. As such it is a genuine occupational requirement for the Financial Controller to be a Christian.

Commitment and Pay scale

The successful candidate will be based at WTC’s offices in Cheltenham and will be able to attend both Residentials (currently circa 10 days per annum). This is a part-time contract of 15 hours (2 days) per week, attracting a salary of £32,000 (FTE) and 25 days holiday (FTE) plus Bank Holidays. As a part-time post is there is scope for some flexibility in the configuration of the working week apart from Residential attendance.

To Apply:

To access a detailed job and person specification please click here.

To apply, please email an up to date Curriculum Vitae together with a covering letter to explaining why you feel you are suitable for this post.

Closing date for applications – midnight 18 April 2017. Interviews will be held in Cheltenham on Thursday 27 April.

Hub Director - South London

An exciting opportunity has arisen to lead Westminster Theological Centre’s South London Hub in partnership with Anerley Team Ministry. About to enter its third year, the South London Hub, based at Christ Church Anerley, is on track to be one of WTCs larger Hubs. The Hub Director will be responsible for facilitating and growing a learning and worshipping community providing an environment and foundation for students to succeed in their studies. Together with an ability to build communities, the successful applicant will possess excellent interpersonal skills with strong relational &/or professional networks in the Churches of the south London area. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, well organised and methodical. The successful candidate will be an outstanding networker, with an ability to develop a recruitment strategy leading to a healthy intake of students each academic year.

Organisational Background - The Mission and Need

WTC is a pioneering theological educator with a vision to integrate the best of scholarship with the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit to transform, heal and release God’s people into His purposes. WTCs mission is to deliver transformational theological education within prophetic, worshipping and learning communities throughout the UK and Europe, in partnership with local churches. The successful applicant will see this role as part of their call to ministry, and as such it is a genuine occupational requirement for the Hub Director to be a mature Christian.

The successful candidate will be contracted to Anerley Team Ministry and based at Christ Church Anerley.

Commitment and Pay scale

This is a part-time, permanent post attracting an annual salary of circa £9,200 (£23,000 FTE). Equating to 2 days per week, flexibility is required for working hours, with an essential requirement for working during academic term-time and in particular on Monday evenings between 4 and 10pm. Occasional Saturday and Sunday availability is also required, as is a 48 hour stay at bi-annual Residentials.

To access a full job and person specification, please click here.

To Apply:

To apply, please email an up to date Curriculum Vitae together with a covering letter explaining why you feel you are suitable for this post to

Closing date for applications: Sunday 2 April. Interviews will be held at Christ Church Anerley on Friday 7 April. We are aiming for a start date early May 2017.