We are striving to be a people who are “Living Christ’s Story”. We want to be a simpler, bolder, humbler church, which in its diversity reflects the communities it serves.
We are 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 for around a year to cover maternity leave. You will work across these two key 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, with some flexibility in the work pattern. In normal circumstances, the post is based at our diocesan office at Clifton Moor in York, with options to work flexibly with regular homeworking.
With the support of our Executive Assistant, you will work closely on a day-to-day basis with those delivering these two programmes.
You will be educated to A-level or equivalent standard and have previous experience of being responsible for administrative functions. 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. You will have empathy with the Christian character of our organisation.
About this Process
Only applications made through this Pathways website can be accepted. Please make sure you complete your application in full.
The deadline for applications is midnight on Monday 29 August 2022.
Interviews are scheduled to take place in York on Thursday 1 September 2022.
About the Diocese of York
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 Diocese of York covers much of North and East Yorkshire, including the cities of York and Hull, as well as Middlesbrough and Selby, the North Yorkshire Moors national park, and the incomparable Yorkshire coast. We are led and guided by the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell.
We employ around 80 staff, of all faiths and none; the majority based at our large, modern office at Clifton Moor on the north side of York, where we provide free parking. Alongside our salary, holiday and pension package, benefits include a range of flexible working options, an Employee Assistance Programme and a Cycle to Work scheme. Our values reflect our Christian ethos, and we seek to foster a culture of engagement and collaboration. We are committed to being an equal opportunities employer.
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