Director of Racial Justice
Working closely with the Archbishops’ Council, the Archbishops’ Commission on Racial Justice, and the Church’s Committee on Minority Ethnic Anglican Concerns, the Director of Racial Justice will lead the strategy for the Church’s racial justice work. You will be the leading advocate at official level within the Church for the priority of racial justice at all levels and under your leadership, the Racial Justice Unit will design programmes and policies, and drive and encourage their implementation across the Church.
You will bring a strong track record of driving change and have extensive experience of working for UKME participation and inclusion in the context of public and institutional life. Confident and humble in equal measure, you will be passionate about fully valuing and including all people and will understand the nature and power of systemic racism and have experience of tackling this in effective ways.
You will be a values-driven, experienced leader used to working in complex, multifaceted organisations with a diverse stakeholder community. You will be a strategic leader, with strong advocacy skills and a sharp critical analysis of the political and social context, nationally and globally. You will enjoy robust debate and challenge, comfortable at both a strategic level and at working through the detail.
We know that this is no easy task and we are therefore looking for a visionary yet pragmatic leader with the ability to effect long term change for the Church as well as identifying opportunities to make immediate impact. This is a significant role, with the opportunity to truly enhance the lives of others. Your critical thinking and highly tuned judgement will be welcomed and valued as will your ability to recommend and implement solutions.
You will practise our core values, and demonstrate your strong commitment to the goals and mission of the Church, although you need not be a communicant member of the Church of England. We are actively committed to increasing the diversity of our teams and welcome applications from all sectors and backgrounds.
to make an application, please click on the apply now button below, with the following prepared:
- Your CV (no more than three sides).
- A supporting statement (no more than two sides) that sets out why you think this role is the right move for you and how you meet the knowledge and experience criteria.
Closing date for applications: 9.00am Monday 11th July 2022