Our vision is to be a family of Generous Churches Making and Nurturing Disciples, and we are currently in a process of strategy development to meet this vision through goals to Reach, Grow and Sustain: to reach those we currently don’t; to grow in discipleship, influence and numbers; underpinned by achieving sustainable finances.
The Diocese of York is investing very significantly in two key programmes to reach people, make disciples and launch new worshipping communities among two overlapping demographics.
Mustard Seed - Growing Disciples in Places where Life is Tough
Multiply – Growing Disciples among those in the their 20s, 30s and 40s
We seek an administrator to work across these two programmes, providing administrative support and office management to the Mustard Seed and Multiply teams who are geographically dispersed across the Diocese.
The role is available 24.5 hours per week. You will work closely on a day-to-day basis with those delivering the programmes.
You will be educated to A-level or equivalent standard and have previous administrative experience. You will be self-motivated and highly organised, adept at being a key team player, even when working remotely. You will have a professional manner, a flexible approach, and be confident in dealing with sensitive and confidential matters.
About this recruitment process
The closing date for applications is midnight on Monday 23 November.
Subject to public health guidelines, we hope to be able to hold interviews on Tuesday 8 December 2020.
About our organisation
With its network of parishes covering the country, the Church of England plays an active role in national life, bringing an important Christian dimension to the nation, as well as strengthening community life. The Church of England is arranged geographically into 41 Dioceses, each under the care of a Bishop, and covers every part of England.
The Diocese of York takes in much of North and East Yorkshire, an area which includes the cities of York and Hull, as well as Middlesbrough and Selby, two National Parks, and the incomparable Yorkshire coast. We are led and guided in our faith and work by the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell. York Minster is our principal church.