The AC Central Secretariat services a range of bodies that are crucial for the governance of the Church of England as well as its relations with other churches and its theological work. It comprises two main teams: the Council for Christian Unity (CCU) staff team, which supports ecumenical and theological work at national level; and the Synod staff team, which supports the Archbishops’ Council, the General Synod with its three Houses, and other bodies relating to them.
The focus of this role is on administrative support for;
(a) the CCU staff team
(b) specific bodies, projects and events served by the CCU staff team, including Living in Love and Faith (LLF)
(c) communication and organization within the Department.
To coordinate general team administration for the CCU staff team; to provide high quality support for LLF and for other bodies, projects and events served by the CCU staff team as agreed with the team leader; and to facilitate communication and organization across the Department.
Interviews will take place Thursday 21st November
The main responsibilities for this role are;
Coordinate general team administration for the CCU staff team
Provide high quality support for specific bodies, projects and events served by the CCU staff team as agreed with the team leader
Facilitate communication and organization across the Department
The ideal candidate should have;
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