Full-time, 37.5 hours
£26,022 - £30,615
Witney, near Oxford
Are you a servant-hearted leader with a passion for quality?
Are you determined for your team to be well equipped and resourced?
Would you like to help bridge the gap between the UK church and the persecuted church?
Open Doors is a Christian charity, part of Open Doors International, a global NGO network which works in over 60 countries to support and strengthen persecuted Christians. Last year the UK base raised approximately £15 million to provide practical support to persecuted Christians such as food, medicines, trauma care, legal assistance, safe houses and schools, as well as spiritual support through Christian literature, training and resources.
The Supporter Relations Team are the first point of contact for all Open Doors supporters. They exist to build strong relationships with our supporters, including churches and individuals.
As the Supporter Relations Team Supervisor you will:
You will be required to motivate the Supporter Relations Team, protect the ethos of the team and contribute towards a positive working environment. You will play a significant role in training new staff and supporting existing staff by answering questions. This necessitates an in-depth level of knowledge about the day-to-day tasks of Supporter Relations, including the processes, IT systems and general information related to Supporter Relations’s responsibilities, as well as staying up to date about the work of Open Doors in the UK and overseas.
For an informal chat about the role, you’re welcome to contact our Supporter Relations Team Leader on 01993 460015.
If you are a Christian* looking to make an impact and seeking a new challenge in 2022, here’s how to apply:
Closing date: Friday 18th November 2022, noon
First interviews: Week commencing Monday 28th November 2022
*There is an occupational requirement under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010 for this post to be held by an actively practising Christian who assents to our statement of faith.
Your support helps persecuted Christians continue to courageously follow Jesus.
Together, we can reach those where persecution hits hardest.