Food & Beverage Assistant

Posted 9 days agoExpires in 6 days
£18388 - £19881

Foxhill is the house of prayer, study and mission for the Diocese of Chester.

Following a recent restructure, an exciting opportunity has arisen for three people to join the small and friendly staff team at Foxhill.

The successful candidates will be experienced, reliable and well-organised. They will be in sympathy with the vision and mission of Foxhill and the aims and objectives of the Church of England as well as possessing excellent welcoming and hospitality skills.

Food & Beverage Assistant – Part time 28 hours per week

Duties will include assisting the Food and Beverage Manager (Chef) to provide an outstanding Food & Beverage offer to guests and visitors at Foxhill and to deputise for the Chef in their absence.

Salary: £18388 - £19,881 pro rata dependent upon qualifications and experience.

Informal conversations are welcomed with the Director, Reverend Jonathon Green on 01978 733777 or by email: .org

The job descriptions, person specifications, background paper and application forms can be downloaded from the Diocesan website:

Completed application forms should be returned to Mrs E A Geddes, Diocesan Director of Human Resources, preferably by email to

Or by post to:

Church House, 5500 Daresbury Park, Warrington, WA4 4GE

Closing date: Friday 6th August 2021

The Diocese of Chester is in the province of York in the Church of England, part of the global Anglican Communion. For more information about our life, ministry and work please visit our website We are linked with the Anglican Church of Melanesia in the Solomon Islands and the Dioceses of Aru and Boga in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The Diocese covers an area of 1025 square miles, approximately the old Victorian County of Chester, including parts which subsequently became absorbed into Merseyside and Greater Manchester. The Rivers Mersey and Tame approximately delineate the boundary with Liverpool and Manchester. There are areas of dense urban population, mainly in the north, stretching from Birkenhead to East Manchester. There are prosperous suburban regions of West and South Wirral, Chester and south of Manchester, with a mainly rural heartland, bounded by the Derbyshire Pennines and the Welsh Border. The overall population is around 1.6 million.

The Diocesan Bishop is Mark Tanner, the positions of the Bishop of Birkenhead and the Bishop of Stockport are currently vacant.

The Cathedral for the Diocese is in Chester.

The Diocese is divided into two archdeaconries: Chester covering the western half and Macclesfield the eastern, each with nine deaneries. There are 273 parishes, about 100 of which can be described as rural. Compared with many dioceses, there are few teams, and few multi-parish benefices. There are approximately 231 stipendiary clergy. The ministry of Readers and Pastoral Workers is important, with over 400 licensed. The role of self-supporting ministers is increasing, with over 80 in post at present.

Roughly speaking, the Archdeaconry of Macclesfield covers that part of the diocese to the east of the M6, plus the area around Crewe and Nantwich. The Archdeaconry of Chester covers the rest of the diocese to the west of the M6. Each archdeaconry has a broad mix of urban and rural parishes. The Archdeacon of Chester lives in Chester, and the Archdeacon of Macclesfield lives in Congleton. Both now work from Church House, Daresbury.