Cluster Administrators (2 roles, North and South)
North covering West Malling and Offham
South covering Kings Hill, Wateringbury, Mereworth and West Peckham 8 to 10 hours per week
£9.70 per hour
Local churches and the Pilsdon Community are looking for two part-time administrators. Each administrator will have their own area of responsibility,
between them supporting four local Clergy in their ministerial and leadership responsibilities.
The roles are busy as job holders need to deal with many aspects of church administration to help release time for the clergy to focus on the work to which they are called. Tasks will include the administration of arrangements for Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals, acting as first point of contact for enquiries, helping manage Clergy diaries as well as assisting with the preparation of various reports, service booklets and social media content.
Successful applicants are likely to have experience in a professional administrative role of some sort, have an open communication manner and will need to be IT literate as much of the role is IT based.
If you wish to apply or would like to find out more about the roles, please email email@example.com for a candidate pack comprising of an application form, candidate monitoring from, job description and person specification.
Applications need to be returned to the above email address by 18th September, Interviews w/c 21st September.
There is no requirement for candidates to be practicing Christians
Although there is no requirement for successful candidates to be practicing Christians, however is there is a requirement for candidates to declare that are supportive of the Diocese of Rochester’s Ethos Statement.
The ethos of the Diocese of Rochester, which is based on the doctrine and practice of the Church of England is the motivation for all our work. It is to work together to extend the Kingdom of God on earth by living out a lifestyle of love, truth, justice, mercy and forgiveness, according to his teaching. We are inspired by the message, life and example of Jesus through which God’s unconditional love for all people is expressed. Our ethos is given life through our relationships. The way we work together and behave with one another, and those we seek to serve, demonstrates and authenticates our ethos. It is through these relationships with each other and those whom we seek to serve, that we practise our ethos. Our ethos or motivation, and therefore our relationships, are rooted in our faith in Jesus Christ and in his love, which compels us to serve others. This faith directs and influences our internal relationships as well as our work with those who the diocese is seeking to serve. Our activities are an outworking of our faith. The link between who we are and what we do cannot be broken.