As part of a team, to carry out masonry and other works at St Paul’s Cathedral, to deliver the Annual Works Programme. The Canon Treasurer is the Chapter member with responsibility for this area of work.
St Paul's draws together a very diverse set of activities, projections and aspirations. It is the Cathedral of the Diocese of London and the seat of its Bishop, a national church and an international spiritual focus, a space for worship and holiness, a place of debate and challenge, an icon of resilience in the face of adversity, an architectural heritage centre, a partner in the City of London, and a commercial enterprise. In addition to holding four services every day (five on Sundays), St Paul's is open for sight-seeing six days a week, and in 2018 welcomed over 850,000 paying visitors.
The job description is an operational document that does not form part of your contract of employment. It may be that from time to time you are expected to perform tasks that may not be expressly in the job description but are nonetheless necessary in the day to day performance of your duties. St Paul's Cathedral reserves the right to amend the job description as may from time to time be necessary to meet the changing needs of the organisation.
The Mason will:
Our Mission Statement
St Paul’s Cathedral seeks to enable people in all their diversity to encounter the transforming presence of God in Jesus Christ.
Welcome - we all offer a warm inclusive welcome to everyone: our colleagues, volunteers and each and every visitor
Responsible - we are all responsible for each other and for part of the whole of the Cathedral’s work, not the whole of a part
Effective - we are professional and do what we say we are going to do
Nourish – we have a learning culture, not a blame culture