Current Vacancies




The employer

USPG is an Anglican Mission Agency based in London. We work with global partners and strive to help the Anglican churches in Britain and Ireland engage with the worldwide Anglican Communion. Sympathy with the ethos of USPG is an essential requirement of the role.   



The Role
USPG is offering for a full-time, permanent role for a Graphic Designer with a starting salary of £26,000 to £30,000, depending on experience. There is a contributory company pension scheme. The office is based within walking distance of London Bridge and is close to Borough Tube Station and we have a staff shower for those who wish to run or cycle to work.  Please note that this role is not suitable for freelance workers. It is a full time London office-based position.  Once the probationary period has been completed, USPG offers flexi-time.


You will be creating visuals/graphics for newsletters, social media, advertisements  and websites and must be able to manage your workload with an proven ability to plan and prioritise your work.   This will include designing, amending, proofing and supplying designs for publications, digital presentations, website content, exhibition and event graphics and producing financial infographics. Publications include a quarterly 32 page supporter magazine and a quarterly 26 page prayer resource as well as other study course resources.  You must be comfortable acting as an internal creative consultant working to a brief with tight deadlines. You will act as brand guardian, protecting and enhancing USPG’s reputation by ensuring the correct application of USPG’s visual identity across all marketing collateral and communications. Photography and videography/editing and an element of image library curation will be ad hoc requirements of the role. 

Previous experience of website CMS and social media platforms will be an advantage, although training will be given.

To be considered for this role you must have:

  • A degree in Graphic Design. This is essential and candidates without this qualification will not be considered.
  • Ideally at least 3+ years of Graphic Design experience, preferably in an agency.
  • Mac user with an excellent working knowledge of Adobe CS (InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop) and Microsoft Office. 
  • Experience of working with social media measurement platforms including Tweetdeck and Hootsuite would be an advantage.
  • Although an ad hoc requirement, photography and videography skills are essential. 

Personal Characteristics

You will be hardworking, and be able to work within a team, possess excellent oral and written communication skills and have an eye for detail. You must be able to juggle a number of projects simultaneously. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with impeccable English are vital.


If you are a collaborative and dedicated Graphic Designer looking for a varied role in a welcoming organisation, we would like to hear from you. 

Closing date for submissions will be Monday 9 November 2020. Successful candidates will be invited to interviews in London (Covid-19 Restrictions permitting) week beginning Monday 16 November 2020.

To apply, please complete the application form from the USPG website at  Please include a PDF digital portfolio of your work and bring a printed portfolio your interview for discussion. Please note, completing the application form is an essential part of the process. We regret we are unable to accept CVs and candidates who omit their portfolio will be excluded from the shortlisting process. Applicants must have the right to live and work in the UK.






Salary:                         £35,000 - £38,000

Location:                     5 Trinity Street, London SE1

Hours of work:           Full time – 35 hours per week.


USPG is looking to recruit an Individual and Church Campaigns Manager – this is an exciting new role, implementing and developing a new fundraising strategy with a particular focus on churches and individuals. You will be passionate about sharing USPG’s vision with a variety of existing and potential supporters.

Your role

  • to increase engagement and gifts from churches currently supporting USPG; to engage new churches and supporters; and to re-engage churches whose support has lapsed.
  • to increase engagement from individuals and recruit new individuals to become USPG supporters.
  • to deliver fundraising appeals (through mailings, telephone, email and social media) ensuring that supporters go on a meaningful journey with USPG and become lifelong supporters
  • to work closely with the with the wider Mission Engagement Team to ensure there are a growing number of engaged individuals and churches with an awareness of both fundraising and Mission Engagement activity

USPG is looking for someone with

  • experience of managing fundraising or direct marketing appeals and ability to write compelling fundraising appeal copy
  • experience of managing a supporter CRM
  • experience of and understanding of fundraising within the church context

You will be

  • highly organised and efficient
  • creative
  • able to work in collaboration with a small staff team
  • excited about engaging with a variety of supporters in order to help USPG achieve it’s mission


Applications must be sent to Elizabeth Thomas, by 9am on Wednesday 4 November,  using the application form at  CVs will not be accepted.

Individual Giving and Churches Campaign Manager job description
USPG Application Form

Interviews will take place on Friday 13 November 2020.

Informal discussions about the role are encouraged with Sian Wilkinson-Iles, Head of Fundraising, USPG