Helping people in Oxfordshire

Vacancy: Clerk to the St Michael’s and All Saints’ Charities

Location: Central Oxford with some possibility for remote work
Average of 2-3 days per week, negotiable based on experience
Duration: Permanent
Salary: £55-70,000 Pro-Rata
Pension: Employer pension scheme provided

About Us

St Michael’s and All Saints’ Charities, two interlocking charities rooted in the historical city of Oxford, exist to support the Church of St Michael at the North Gate and to provide grants to charitable organizations within Oxford and Oxfordshire. With roots traceable to medieval times, these charities have a rich legacy of community service and continue to adapt to the needs of modern-day Oxford. Supporting the Church of St Michael’s and local charities including those supporting the homeless, refugees and young people, our mission is to provide relief and community benefit.


With the official and ancient title of Clerk to the Charities, you will be responsible for the Charities’ administrative affairs. This includes advising on policy and strategic planning, attending meetings, managing the finances, liaising with stakeholders, and overseeing grant applications.

Minimum Requirements

  • Professional qualification or significant experience in the charitable sector
  • Significant experience in record keeping, financial management and IT skills
  • Experience in a legal legislative/regulatory environment
  • Project management and strategic planning skills
  • Sympathetic understanding of charitable work
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently and with diverse professionals

Desirable Skills

  • Familiarity with Charity Commission regulations
  • Knowledge of the charitable sector in Oxfordshire
  • Experience in property management or investments

How to Apply

If you believe you possess the skills and passion to contribute to the legacy and future of these historic Oxford charities, please submit your CV and a covering letter explaining your suitability for the role exclusively to Brook Street via this link:

Interviews will be held in Oxford on Monday 13 May in the afternoon. If unable to attend, please inform Brook Street in advance.