Diocesan Office Vacancies
This is a key post, based at the Diocesan Offices in St Albans. A strong background in IT support, including MS Office, Windows, Networking and SQL is essential and an understanding of the workings of the Church of England an advantage.
Closing date: Friday 5 February, 12 noon. Interviews: Friday 14th February, in St Albans.
Secretary/PA to the Archdeacon of Bedford (part time)
Applications are invited from senior secretaries for this busy and varied post running the office of the Archdeacon (based in Luton). Good computer skills essential and an understanding of the Church of England an advantage. 20 Hours per week.
Closing date: Friday 1 February, 12 noon. Interviews: Tuesday 12th February, in Luton.
Part Time Accounts Assistant
20 Hours per week, based at the Diocesan Office in St Albans. Responsibilities include data input, processing of receipts and payments, nominal ledger posting and other clerical duties. Computer literacy, an eye for detail and the ability to work to deadlines essential.
Closing date: Wednesday 23rd January, 12 noon. Interviews: Friday 1st February in St Albans.
Administrator – Watford Town Centre Chaplaincy
Part time post (20 hours per week)
Salary: £20,000 p.a. (f.t.e. pro-rata for 20 hours per week)
This is a vital role for the effective working of the Watford Town Centre Chaplaincy. Based at the Chaplaincy offices (St Mary’s Church), the Administrator is responsible for devising, implementing and maintaining office systems and managing the finances to support the work of the Chaplaincy. Initially a one year appointment – this will be reviewed by the Trustees as the work of the chaplaincy develops.
Closing date: Thursday 24th January. Interviews: Monday 4th February.
Leicester Diocese – Registry Clerk
Based in London or Bath
Stone King LLP is recruiting for a Registry Assistant to provide administrative support to the Registrar. The role can be based in the London or Bath office and may require occasional to other office locations.
Although legal experience and/or experience of the workings of the Church of England would be helpful, no previous experience is strictly necessary. What is important is the ability to learn quickly.
Closing date: Monday 28th January