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Leeds Christian Community Trust is recruiting for a Buildings Manager to manage the Ebor Court Office Hub (just off Wellington Street in Leeds).

LCCT hosts this city centre office and meeting space hub as a low-cost resource for small and medium sized community projects and charities which would find it difficult to afford commercially rented offices and meeting rooms.  Providing this base run on a community ethos also combats isolation and fosters good links between projects. The space currently houses 80 desks and 6 meeting rooms over 3 floors.

Ideally you will have experience of hands –on facilities management, have no problem managing  a budget, enjoy taking the initiative from day to day on a variety of tasks and decisions, and can foster great working relationships at all levels.  You would be working as part of a small but committed team who believe in enabling community transformation in Leeds through practical resourcing of projects and people.

LCCT is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced CRB check.

A full job description and person specification can be downloaded here:LCCT Buildings Manager Job Description and Person Spec

To apply for this post please send a CV and detailed Covering Letter outlining how you meet the criteria for the post, including contact details for two references, to Rhoda Wu on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you want a chat about the role, please contact Rhoda Wu on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 0113 3731765.

Deadline for applications Thursday 27th April 4.30pm.

Interviews likely to be 4th or 5th May (to be confirmed).

About LCCT

LCCT is a charity made up of individual initiatives working together for the good of the city. As individual projects working on specific issues, in specific places, or with specific groups of people, we have joined together as one charity in order to share resources, recognising that we are part of a bigger picture of transformation in the city of Leeds.


Through this site you can find out more about our collective vision, mission and values, as well as links to the individual projects that are part of LCCT. You can also find out what LCCT can offer you and how you can get involved. Individual and project members of LCCT can also use the site to access information and resources.


We hope that you can find the information you are looking for. If you can’t please feel free to get in touch through the details on the contact page.

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