The Church is led by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and 106 other bishops. They provide guidance and direction to the churches across the country and make decisions on the Church in society. The General Synod is an assembly of bishops, clergy and laity, and creates the laws of the Church. The seven National Church Institutions work together to support the mission and ministries of the Church.
We are made up of 42 Diocese's that include Cathedrals, Abbey's and Deanery's. This also includes the National Church institutions.
We promote open roles right across the Church of England. Some positions are unique to the Church, such as ordained ministry and lay leadership roles. Some are the kind of jobs you see in other organisations, such as financial accountants or communications specialists.
Opportunities are many and varied. Employers range from dioceses, cathedrals, palaces, dioceses and parishes, to the National Church Institutions based in Westminster, and mission agencies.