We're hiring an Executive Assistant

Published: 1 Nov 2019

We're looking for a great team-player to support the growing activities of the Chief Executive

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4 days a week, £36,000 pro rata, based in Westminster.

We're looking for an experienced and efficient EA to join our successful charity at an exciting time.

The Churchill Fellowship funds inspiring individuals to travel the world in search of solutions for today’s most pressing problems. Our Fellows research the UK’s key challenges – marine pollution, gang crime, food poverty, homelessness and more. They come back with new ideas to make change happen in their professions and communities, transforming lives in every area of society.

We are well-established, prestigious and preparing to launch new programmes for grant-making, fundraising, engagement and branding. These will increasingly involve the Chief Executive in external liaison, strategic planning and background research, and this role will support her in all those areas, as well as providing an administrative foundation for her day-to-day work.

Ours is a small but busy hands-on team, a friendly group with an ambitious vision. We are looking for an experienced and efficient EA who is also a great team-player. We are offering a fascinating opportunity to work across a dynamic organisation that funds hundreds of inspiring individuals in every area of UK life.

"This is wonderful work." - Jeremy Soames, Chair 

To apply, please email a CV and cover letter to [email protected] by midnight on 17 November 2019. Interviews will be held in our office on 25 November. No agencies please.


Diversity statement: The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust is committed to being an inclusive employer with a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from people from the widest possible diversity of backgrounds, cultures and experiences – including people with disabilities and ethnic minority candidates. Our aim is that our employees will be representative of all sections of society and each person feels respected and able to give of their best.