As part of the HR clergy team reporting to the HR Manager-Clergy, you will have a major input into developing national policy, affecting the pay and conditions of the 11,000 clergy in the Church of England. You will be involved in carrying out consultations, reviewing policy, proposing changes to legislation, and obtaining agreement to guidance and advice. You will also be member of a larger HR department which provides HR support for 500 employees at the National Church Institutions, and a national recruiting service for the Church of England
The Clergy HR team reports to the Remuneration and Conditions of Service Committee, which is responsible for consulting on and drafting policy for the pay and conditions of clergy and making recommendations to the dioceses, Archbishops’ Council and General Synod. The work requires an ability to respond to changing legislative and financial conditions and see the policy implications, a high degree of collaboration with colleagues and interested parties, a good grasp of sometimes complex and technical detail, excellent written and oral communications skills and an ability to manage consultation and approval processes.
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