Administrative Assistant - Bishopscroft
The Bishop of Sheffield is looking for an Administrative Assistant who enjoys delivering an exceptional service with a welcoming and efficient approach. This is a part-time opportunity based at the Bishop’s house in Sheffield. The post will be worked over 4 days (20 hours per week) with some flexibility.
In this varied role, you will work alongside the Bishop of Sheffield's senior personal secretary, providing administrative support including filing, archiving, typing and photocopying.
Your remit will also include some finance work and the opportunity to develop and maintain the office systems and databases, particularly to enable the Bishop to sustain pastoral support of clergy and licensed lay ministers.
Closing date for applications: 21 May
Interviews to be held on: 6 June
Children and Families Worker/Youth Worker for the Rivers Team
We are looking to fill two part-time posts in the Rivers Team as part of the Centenary Project in the Diocese of Sheffield
- Children and Families Worker
- Youth Worker
Each post is for 15 hours per week but we would be happy to receive applications for a combined post.
Salary £9,360 per annum for 15 hours per week.
This is an opportunity to join the Diocese of Sheffield’s exciting initiative, the Centenary Project, as a Youth Worker or as a Children and Families Worker
The posts cover the communities of St Andrew’s Brinsworth, St Helen’s Treeton, St Lawrence’s Tinsley and St Mary’s Catcliffe as well as Waverley.
We are looking for a committed Christian, with experience in work with children and/or young people, who will develop the work with children and families &/or young people in the church and community.
- to develop the work with children & families &/or young people in The Rivers Team, drawing in, developing and discipling a new generation of young people in the Christian faith.
- to build and support teams to be involved in the development and delivery of the work.
- to be a member of the Centenary Project Worker Network.
Given the nature and context of the work it is an occupational requirement that the post holder should be a communicant member of the Church of England or a full member of a church within Churches Together in Britain and Ireland
Contract: 3 years initially
Deadline for applications: Thursday 3rd May (noon)
Interviews to be held on: Wednesday 16th May
More information about the churches can be found at www.therivers-team.com
More information about the Centenary Project can be found at www.centenaryproject.org.uk
For an informal conversation about this post, please contact the Revd David Bent: email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 01709 363850
All Saints Aston - Organist/Choir Director
All Saints Aston is a beautiful medieval church with a strong musical tradition. Our RSCM affiliated, SATB choir sings for Sunday services. Our organ (installed 2002) is in good order. We have good relationships with our church school, and scope to develop links with them musically. An organist is needed for around 25 weddings/20 funerals annually.
We are looking for someone to play for Sunday morning services and weddings/funerals from early 2018. We would like a flexible musician who will enjoy playing for All Age Worship as well as Common Worship Holy Communion services.
It may be possible to split the organist/choir director aspects of the role.
Our church is situated just off the A57, close to J.31 of M1 /J.3 of M18.
Remuneration of £5500 - £6000, comprising honorarium of £2500, plus £3000 - £3500 fees.
For an informal conversation, ring the Rector, Revd. Frances Eccleston on (0114) 287 3780 or email a CV to email@example.com.
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