PA to the Director of Mission and Ministry, DDVO and Mission and Ministry Team

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24-27k (pro rata)

The strategic framework for the diocese is established in our Live|Pray|Serve strategy which sets out the priorities for the diocese. Through these commitments, we plan for the diocese to grow in depth, impact and number. All work to fulfil those commitments is driven and informed by our diocesan values of being courageous, collaborative, generous, resourceful and pioneering. Those values shape how we approach our work both collectively and as individuals.

To provide PA support, including administrative services, to the Diocesan Mission and Ministry Officers. To act as PA to the Director of Mission and Ministry, Diocesan Director of Vocations and Ordinands and Associate DDOs.

Please see the attached job description for more information.



Qualifications required:

Recognised qualification (or demonstrable competence) in ICT skills, including managing emails, word-processing, producing publicity materials, spreadsheet creation and editing, power point presentations, and database creation and management.


Key Skills

Ability to work on own initiative in the design and delivery of administrative procedures. Ability to manage and prioritise administrative work, and maintain financial records.


Ability to work confidentially within a complex and sensitive framework of relationships. Competence in relating to candidates, ordinands, parish clergy and other professional colleagues. Ability to be flexible and work under pressure.


Ability to organise vocational selection events, training conferences and events, and to assist with support during events


Ability to design imaginative publicity materials for events


Team Work

Ability and commitment to work flexibly and collaboratively with colleagues, and to take responsibility for the organisation of administration and hospitality


Other Factors

Willingness to travel to meetings with DDOs and training events, and to be flexible with working days to support diocesan training


Sympathetic to views and beliefs of the Church of England