Vacancies at Port Sunlight Village Trust

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Port Sunlight Village Trust (PSVT) is an independent charity founded in 1999. We are guardians of a unique and beautiful village, working with its community to ensure a great quality of life for residents and to celebrate William Lever’s amazing legacy through cultural and learning experiences for all.

In 2019 PSVT launched its first 5-year strategic plan, articulating an exciting new vision and direction for the organisation and historic village.

Volunteer Manager

22.50 hours (3 days) per week on 12-month fixed-term; Salary: £15,100 per annum (actual), £25,167 (pro rata)

We are now looking for a volunteer manager to help us to achieve our ambitious plans by embedding a new approach to volunteering.

This is a brand-new post, integral to PSVT’s ‘Brighter Future for Port Sunlight’ project, which is funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Over the next 12 months, this project will strengthen PSVT’s income generation potential and facilitate the development of an enhanced offer for visitors, village residents and the wider local community. It represents the organisation’s first steps in realising our new vision for Port Sunlight, ‘to be an inspiring place to live, work and visit’.

As Volunteer Manager, you will be responsible for leading the implementation of PSVT’s five new principles of volunteering, which are: person-centered; one-team; community-focussed; participation; and best practice. You will be an important member of PSVT’s Heritage Team whose role is the development of the visitor destination, promoting Port Sunlight’s significance and relevance to the world, conserving the village’s unique heritage, diversifying income streams, and engaging with PSVT’s important stakeholders. However, you will be required to work across all teams at PSVT.


Fundraising Officer

22.50 hours (3 days) per week on 12-month fixed-term; Salary: £12,600 per annum (actual), £21,000 (pro rata)

We are now looking for a fundraising officer to help us to achieve our ambitious plans by supporting our fundraising activity, specifically through individual giving.

This is a brand-new post, integral to PSVT’s ‘Brighter Future for Port Sunlight’ Project, which is funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.  Over the next 12 months, this project will strengthen PSVT’s income generation potential and facilitate the development of an enhanced offer for visitors, village residents and the wider local community. It represents the organisation’s first steps in realising our new vision for Port Sunlight, ‘to be an inspiring place to live, work and visit’. As Fundraising Officer, you will help to build some of the necessary foundations for successful fundraising, with a focus on individual giving. PSVT is new to fundraising and this post will start to put in place new systems and processes to support our activity, and to develop and manage relationships with new and potential donors. You will be an important member of PSVT’s Heritage Team whose role is the development of the visitor destination, promoting Port Sunlight’s significance and relevance to the world, conserving the village’s unique heritage, diversifying income streams, and engaging with PSVT’s important stakeholders.

At PSVT our values drive our actions and behaviours, so if integrity, respect, knowledge, passion, creativity and participation are vital to you in your work then we could be a great match.


For an application pack contact the PSVT office on 0151 644 4800 or [email protected]. Please note CVs will not be accepted.

For an informal conversation call Katherine Lynch, PSVT’s Director of Heritage, on 0151 644 4816 or email [email protected]

More information about PSVT and the village is also available on our websites portsunlightvillage.com and portsunlightresidents.com

The closing date for completed applications is 10am Wednesday 24th July. Interviews will take place in Port Sunlight on Thursday 1st August 2019.

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