Senior Executive Officer

Finchley N3
24.5 hrs/week

We are the pre-eminent institution of Jewish scholarship and learning that is the heart of intellectual and spiritual life of the Progressive Jewish community.

We are seeking an experienced Senior Executive Officer or Company Secretary to lead our internal operations. You must be able to take a strategic view when developing the budget and managing finances and be confident in dealing with legal and governance issues. With a sound understanding of HR practices and legislation, you will also be responsible for ensuring good practice, performance management and all associated administration.

The successful candidate must have excellent communication skills coupled with high levels of analytic and financial understanding. A competent user of MS software, with the ability to multi-task and able to provide clear focused reports in a timely manner.

Your previous experience in a charity or an educational institution, will mean that you have a good understanding of GDPR, Health & Safety and Safeguarding.

For more information, download our application pack. All applications must be on our application form and be accompanied by a covering letter of no more than 400 words outlining why you feel that you are suitable for the position.

In return we offer an excellent salary, pension up to 25 days holiday plus Jewish holidays as observed by Progressive Judaism.

Applications to: Alison.hinchin@lbc.ac.uk
Deadline: 7th December 2020

Co-ordinator of Rabbinic Placements

Finchley N3
10 hrs/week

This key role works closely with the Dean and other members of Senior Management Team, to support and monitor the vocational component of the rabbinic and CPD programmes of the Leo Baeck College.

You will be required to manage all aspects of College placements in both Reform and Liberal Congregations ensuring that all placements achieve the desired learning outcomes for the students whilst providing value to the congregations.

The successful candidate must be accurate and pay attention to detail. Working as part of a team you will need to accept delegated responsibility, make routine decisions as well as self-managing and working to strict deadlines.

Knowledge of Progressive Judaism or the wider community together with an understanding of how the vocational team operate within the College is essential. Applications must be via application form that can be downloaded together with a full recruitment pack from the website.

Applications to: Alison.hinchin@lbc.ac.uk
Deadline: 10am 8th December 2020