Job Opportunities

Job title Location Closing date Details
SANCTUARY ADVICE WORKER (NIGHTS) – MARYLEBONE PROJECT (Female*) London 9th May 2024 More info
EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING WORKER – MARYLEBONE PROJECT (Female*) London 16th May 2024 More info

Join The Marylebone Project

We’re so pleased that you’re thinking about applying for a role at the Marylebone Project. The project is operated by Church Army and the Portman House Trust, is a registered Social Landlord, and is a unique and exciting project providing a wide range of specialised services for women facing homelessness in Central London for over 90 years.

We hope that as you look to join us, you will discover all the different contributions our team are making to individual lives of vulnerable women. We work hard to make sure our team know that they are valued for their contributions. You can find out more about some of our Employee Benefits.

If you wish to apply, please download and complete the application form and submit. You will also need to read our Recruitment Privacy Notice in line with General Data Protection Regulations.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where does Marylebone Project offer jobs?

Church Army works across the UK & Ireland, and we recruit for posts across both countries. When we advertise jobs, they will specify the location of the role.

We do not accept speculative applications and ask candidates to apply for current available posts only

Do I have to be a Christian to work for the Marylebone Project?

Church Army is made up of people from a faith background, and no-faith background.

Sometimes, the requirement for the post holder to be a Christian is dependent on the nature of the role and the main tasks of the job.

Any job that requires the candidate to have an active faith in Jesus, will state this in the job description terms * conditions under ‘Occupational Requirement’.

We warmly welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds and traditions.

How do I apply for a job?

‘How to Apply’ details are written in the advert for each job. This can be found under the description of each job on our Job Opportunities page after you have selected ‘More Info’.

Please download and complete the application form that is supplied for the post – these are different depending upon the role. When you are ready to submit your application, please use the ‘select file’ function under Job Application and then submit by selecting ‘Apply Now’.

Can I also apply via email or post?

We prefer to receive job applications via our online form. That way we ensure that your personal information is protected, while receiving from you all the information we need for our selection process.

Can I apply for several different jobs simultaneously?

You are free to apply for more than one job at Marylebone project. Each job requires a different job application form to demonstrate that you meet the person specification for the post.

Can I volunteer for Church Army?

Yes! We are so thankful for how our volunteers give their time, skills, and energy to make a difference in local communities.

If you’d like to find out about volunteering opportunities with The Marylebone Project, take a look at our Volunteers page.

I am from overseas, can I work for The Marylebone Project?

The Marylebone Project is a licensed sponsor for the Tier 2 Minister of Religion visa. Roles that eligible for this visa require an occupational requirement for this role to be performed by someone who is a Christian, and to include expressly religious work or mission where the purpose is to bring people to bring people to a living faith in Jesus Christ.

How can I speak to someone about current jobs or my application?

You can reach our Recruitment team anytime Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm, by emailing recruitment@churcharmy.org.

Volunteer

Volunteers play a crucial role in supporting our work. Have you got the time and skills to help make a difference to individual lives?

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Every donation – big or small, goes directly to supporting our work and making that crucial difference in tackling women’s homelessness.

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