Event Team Manager

Location
New Wine Trust, 4a Ridley Avenue, Ealing, London, W13 9XW
Salary
£26,000 to £34,000 depending on experience
Posted
13 Aug 2019
Closes
07 Sep 2019
Ref
Event Team Manager
Function
Management
Sector
Faith-Based
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

New Wine is hiring!

Do you sense that God is asking you to make a change? Do you want to use your Event management experience and knowledge to work for a vision-led, faith-filled organisation?   

We currently have a new vacancy for an Event Team Manager (permanent, full-time role).

New Wine continues to press into the vision that God has given us. We’re a network of leaders and a family of churches supported by a charity organisation that encourages and invests in churches and leaders for personal and church renewal. We work to encourage and enable the ministry of the Holy Spirit with the expectation of the signs and wonders that go with being a disciple of Jesus. We are excited about the part we play in seeing our nation changed via the local church.  

This is an exciting time to join our organisation as we continue to grow and invest in Kingdom work. New Wine has been sharing our experience of the Spirit’s work since 1981. We’re now celebrating our 30th summer ‘United’ conference (at a brand-new venue in Peterborough from 2019) and launching Luminosity – an improved youth provision. We are also at the brink of implementing our new 5yr strategic plan, part of which is to further resource and support the vision of our key ‘United’ summer conference.

To enable that investment we need to further grow our National events team with some further Event Team management roles. This is an exciting role that will enable us to more fully support and grow the provision at United and Luminosity.

The successful candidate will have the right skills and experience, with a pro-active and positive attitude. They will need to be an excellent organisor and communicator, able to lead, motivate and develop others.

Location – New Wine Trust, 4a Ridley Avenue, Ealing, London, W13 9XW. The post-holder will also need to visit churches in the Midlands. Working at occasional event locations, including 2-3 weeks at New Wine United at the East of England Showground, Peterborough is also required.  

Hours – 35 per week

Context – The New Wine National Events Team exists to support New Wine delegates, volunteers and staff with the initial planning, coordination and delivery of all New Wine events held throughout the year, including our two week ‘United’ event and ‘Luminosity’, our new youth focused event. We aspire to the highest level of support, service and teamwork, working closely together to achieve this.

Primary Purpose of the Role - You will be working closely with the Head of National Events to manage and drive the events team to deliver excellent service and event support. You will oversee the process for recruiting, engaging and retaining volunteers and be responsible for ensuring customer service processes are adhered to and developed. You will be the liaison point for the wide range of volunteer event hosts, coordinating and managing the annual calendar of New Wine initiated events. You will arrange and host appropriate event planning meetings with the wider New Wine office departments and stakeholders to ensure that all responsibilities are tracked completed.

Starting salary – £26,000 to £34,000 depending on experience

Closing date for applications – Midnight Saturday 31 August 2019

Interviews. First interviews will be conducted w/c 9th and 16th September 2019.

To apply: Visit new-wine.org/vacancies

Download an application form and job description (including person specification). You’ll also find more details about New Wine in the downloadable recruitment pack.

Applicants for a job with New Wine will need to demonstrate that they have the necessary skills, experience and attributes relevant to this advertised vacancy.  All applicants should be committed to New Wine’s mission and values. This post is subject to an occupational requirement that the holder be a practising Christian under Part 1 of Schedule 9 to the Equality Act 2010.