The Diocese of Leeds is looking to recruit an Administrator to join our Lay Training Team to be PA to the Director of Lay Training and Administrator to their School of Ministry.
The PA and School of Ministry Administrator will work alongside the Director of Lay Training to enable the Lay Training Officers, tutors and students to access and be enrolled on a wide variety of Lay Training pathways.
They will have the opportunity to develop online learning skills with Moodle and the Digital Learning Platform and to become a key member of a team passionate about discipleship and ministry for all.
They will play a key role in administrating all Licensed Lay Ministers throughout their training as well as supporting tutors in their admin, liaising with the Yorkshire Theological Educators’ Partnership in respect of student data for Durham University.
The successful candidate must be willing to learn, good at fielding a wide variety of time sensitive tasks, able to keep calm and prioritise during application season or at the start of term. A sense of humour is a must as well as the ability to attend to detail.
They must be able to evidence excellent standards of warm and polite communication skills, excellent attention to detail and the ability to manage a very busy diary, able to think ahead and anticipate the needs of the team/students/tutors in advance.
A competitive package includes a competitive salary, 8% non-contributory pension (plus up to 5% matched contribution), flexi-time scheme, hybrid working (50%), 25 days Annual Leave plus Bank holidays and Customary days (4 days per year between Christmas and New Year)
Closing Date for Applications: 26 September 2021
Interviews: 07 October 2021 in person at our Diocesan office.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact email@example.com
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The Diocese of Leeds came into existence at Easter 2014 following the dissolution of the former dioceses of Bradford, Ripon & Leeds, and Wakefield. It covers the whole of West Yorkshire, the western part of North Yorkshire, and small parts of South Yorkshire, Lancashire, and County Durham. The diocese has 656 church buildings.
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