3FF Job Opportunity

3FF Head of Programmes

For 20 years, 3FF, the Three Faiths Forum, has worked to build good relations between people of different faiths, beliefs and identities. 

Now we are looking for a new Head of Programmes to lead the development of 3FF's programmatic work. 

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with the capability and vision to lead the next phase of development for 3FF's ground-breaking, award-winning programmes in schools, universities and community spaces. We are ambitious in our aims to grow, to bring together more people of different faiths and beliefs at a time when our work is needed more than ever.

To make this happen, you’ll need a commitment to strengthening relations between people of different faiths, beliefs and cultures, and a strong track record in the interfaith sector or a related field. An experienced manager, you will bring an entrepreneurial mindset that enables you to develop innovative responses to some of the complex challenges relating the handling of faith, belief and identity.

You'll be able to achieve real impact in the interfaith arena across the UK. You'll also join a diverse and collaborative working environment, where your passion and commitment will be rewarded through a flexible benefits package and ongoing support.

Salary: £40,000-£45,000
Contract: Permanent
Location: Kentish Town, North London
Reports to: Director
Hours: Full time (37.5 hours, evening and weekend work is to be expected)

We welcome people of all backgrounds, including people with religious or non-religious beliefs.


Application Information

The deadline to apply is Monday 19 June, 9am.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview week commencing 3 July in our London office.

If you have any questions about this role, please contact Hannah Taylor in the first instance on 0207 482 9549.

Our work

3FF’s programmes challenge stereotypes and create positive relations between people from different backgrounds. 

Our work reaches over 15,000 people annually and involves young people, students, teachers, educators, community leaders and others, from all faiths and beliefs, both religious and non-religious.

Our work has been recognised by a range of international bodies: the UN’s Alliance of Civilizations and the Baring Foundation have both commended our work. We have been awarded the Doha International Interfaith Award, the Shap Award for schools, and were named Camden Mayor’s Charity of the Year. In 2016 we were awarded the Interfaith Volunteering Award by the Jewish Volunteering Network (JVN).

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