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Care of Churches Officer (F/T) and Assistant Care of Churches Officer (0.5 FTE)
Based in Canterbury
Officer salary £35-40k. Assistant salary: £23-28k (pro rata).
We are now looking to appoint a Care of Churches Officer to provide professional guidance to parishes for the care and greater missional use of their churches and churchyards, in order to sustain these historical assets for the future. Drawing on your expertise in conservation, you will apply your knowledge of architecture/planning and heritage and, through partnership working with communities and other strategic bodies, will help enable parishes to meet their mission and ministry needs.
As a result of the value we place on our church buildings within our communities, we also wish to appoint a Part-time Assistant Care of Churches Officer to support this important role. Together these two roles will also support the function of the Diocesan Advisory Committee processes ensuring its business is carried out in a professional and timely manner and that it complies with all statutory requirements.
Closing date: 8 September
Interview date: 22 September
Executive PA & Framework Administrator
Communities & Partnerships (C&P)
Full time salary. Grade 5, £21-£22k per annum.
The C&P Framework would like to recruit to this interesting and varied role. In addition to PA duties, you will have responsibility for C&P’s financial recording and reporting for a variety of funding streams for various projects. As the first point of contact in the busy office, you will be responsible for helping to ensure that it runs smoothly. You will assist the large team who work in partnership with a wide range of local, county and national organisations across all sectors.
The post is currently based in the Old Palace but may in the future be relocating to an area within East Kent.
For an informal chat about the role please contact Revd Canon Caroline Pinchbeck, Director of the Communities & Partnerships Framework, on 01227 459401 or email@example.com
Rector, Guernsey: St Martin
Our parish is:
- rooted in God
- committed to serve the community
We are excited by the opportunity to join in partnership with our Rector in God’s mission.
We are seeking a priest who will:
- help us to grow as disciples of Jesus
- lead us in a range of worship styles and introduce new expressions of worship
- lead us in new ways of engagement in mission with the wider parish, building on the work already under way
- a proven willingness to embrace change
- a thriving church community, open to new opportunities for mission
- enthusiastic support from a large team of lay people committed to mission and ministry
- financial stability
This advertisement cannot tell the whole story. Please look at our parish website,
www.stmartinschurchguernsey.org, where you will find the parish profile.
Channel Islands ministry – similar but fascinatingly different
Closing date: 12 July
Interviews: to be negotiated with shortlisted candidates
Rector, St Michel du Valle (the Vale church)
Rector (full time) for this large parish (c 10,000 people) in the north of the beautiful island of Guernsey. Mainly residential, with many opportunities for ministry in schools and the wider community. The parishioners seek a priest who will inspire and motivate them in mission and discipleship; who will keep them spiritually focused, with a balance of humour and humanity.
The Dean of Guernsey, the Very Revd Tim Barker, would be delighted to discuss the vacancies:
(01481 238568 / 07781 166095 / firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rector, Eastchurch with Leysdown and Harty
The Warden, Fellows and Scholars of Keble College, Oxford are seeking to appoint to the Anglo Catholic parish of Eastchurch with Leysdown and Harty a part stipended priest (0.2). These vibrant communities on the east of the Isle of Sheppey have the two church buildings at their heart. The newly appointed priest will assist in the churches’ outreach and be an effective preacher, pastor and teacher.
Applications and questions to: Sari Bishop, PA to Archdeacon of Maidstone
Email: email@example.com Tel: 01622 200221