Diocesan Vacancies - Two posts available
Parish Family Groups Project
A vacancy exists for a part time (.5FTE) project worker to assist with the diocesan Parish Family Groups Project. This is part of the national Celebrating Family project and is being funded through the Catholic Bishops’ Conference for England and Wales.
The post is fixed-term (18 months from appointment) and will involve working with parishes which have Parish Family Groups and others seeking to introduce them. The hours are flexible but a willingness to work some evenings and weekends is essential.
The post-holder will be based at the Christian Education Centre in Crawley and will work alongside the Marriage and Family Life Adviser and other members of the Pastoral Team. For further information and an application for please contact Dcn Andrew Bayes, by 30th June, 2017, Pastoral Team Coordinator, at Dabcec: t. 01293 651150; email. email@example.com
Part-time Secretary to Bishop Richard Moth Required
21 hours per week Pease Pottage
The Bishop’s residence in Pease Pottage has a small office team comprising a Full-time Personal Assistant and a Part-time Secretary. The PA is responsible for managing the Bishop’s diary, organising meetings and supporting him with mailings and other communications. The Part-time Secretary takes the lead on some of the office administration, such as filing and archiving, co-ordinating the Diocesan Confirmation programme and processing requests for Papal Honours. The Part-time Secretary also has a role in supporting Bishop Richard in his written correspondence. Both staff members are very busy dealing with these tasks and also many ad hoc interactions on the telephone, by email or in person with Diocesan clergy, staff and parishioners.
The current Part-time Secretary is retiring after many years service so we are seeking a replacement. Reporting to Bishop Richard, you would have duties such as typing correspondence and liaising with the Catholic Press to provide notification of the Bishop’s Diary. Record-keeping tasks would include updating basic financial spread-sheets and databases. You would also be responsible for ordering supplies, co-ordinating property maintenance projects and liaising with the Finance team in Hove to monitor the house budget. Support and training will be given.
You will be educated to at least GCSE standard with qualifications or proven competence in secretarial work. You will have excellent communication and organisational skills with a high level of IT competence, particularly using word processing, email and the internet.
The remuneration package comprises a competitive salary and a 15% non-contributory pension scheme.
The role will be three days per week to be agreed with the successful candidate.
Please contact Sarah Kilmartin: telephone: 01273 859705 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form and job description.
Closing date: Thursday 6th July 2017. Interviews will be held in Hove on Wednesday 12th July (afternoon).