Generous Giving Advisor

Truro, Cornwall
£28,091 - £33,708 depending on experience
09 Jul 2024
02 Sep 2024
Contract Type
Part Time

Generous Giving Advisor (West Cornwall)

Salary: £28,091 - £33,708 depending on experience (pro rata rate depends on hours)

Hours: 21 - 28 hours per week (flexible working considered)

Location: Home working/The Hold Cathedral School, Truro covering West Cornwall

Contract: Permanent

The Diocese of Truro is committed to resourcing and encouraging church communities in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly and needs a highly skilled person to encourage a Diocesan-wide spirit of generosity.

We are looking to appoint a Generous Giving Adviser to implement our generous giving strategy in alignment with the National Giving Strategy. This aims to broaden the understanding of and engagement with stewardship across the diocese and help build a thriving and generous church.

The majority of the role will be about getting out and meeting with Parochial Church Councils (PCC's), treasurers, clergy and congregations to encourage and enable them to identify and then find the resources, both financial and non-financial, necessary to fulfil their mission. The role involves the continuing promotion and take up of the national Parish Giving Scheme and technology for giving.

You will have a passion for mission and stewardship, excellent communication skills, the ability to inspire and engage, and confidence in talking about faith and giving. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who loves working with people to make a real difference to the church communities that make up our diocese. This role will focus on working across West Cornwall to compliment colleagues serving the rest of the county.

At the Diocese of Truro we really value work-life balance and employee wellbeing, have a friendly and comfortable office environment and are committed to supporting your development. We offer additional benefits such as free parking, a range of wellbeing activities and the Diocesan Pension Scheme with 9-15% employer contribution. For more information about working with us see here.

Due to the nature of the role there is an occupational requirement for the role holder to be a practising Christian.

To apply and for more information please visit the Pathways site by clicking apply.  Sorry, we do not accept CVs.

For an informal discussion about this role please contact Rebecca Evans, Ministry Development and Inclusion Officer on email  


The Diocese of Truro strives to be trauma informed, and is committed to developing safer policies, cultures, and practices.

Closing date: 2 September at midnight
Interviews: 9 September 2024

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