BENEFICE OF WOLVERTON – BENEFICE ADMINISTRATOR
The Administrator will help us to maintain efficient administration of the Benefice of Wolverton (Holy Trinity Church and St George’s Church).
Key areas of responsibility
- A friendly and welcoming first point of contact with the church for the general public
- Administration of and clear record keeping for the occasional offices (weddings, Christenings, funerals)
- Administrative support and preparation of materials for regular worship and services within the benefice
- Management of administration for occasional church lettings
Contract offered on a PAYE basis at £10.41 per hour (including paid holiday) for an estimated 8 hours per week. The Administrator will be provided with the Benefice laptop, a dongle for internet access and the Benefice mobile phone. The place of work is flexible, though you would be required to work on two Saturdays of the month at St George’s Church (10am – 12 noon) to be able to meet people looking to book a Christening or a wedding etc.
The remaining working hours would need be regular each week but could be arranged to suit the successful candidate.
Application pack available from The Rector. Informal enquiries and questions are most welcome. Rev’d Gill Barrow, The Rector: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01908 222802 / 07939 232547
Closing date: Monday 3rd September, 2pm
Job description to download – Wolverton Benefice Administrator
BRIDGEBUILDER TRUST – PRIMARY SCHOOLS WORKER
This is a part-time role (26 hours to be worked 8.30am-3.30pm, 4 fixed days, 30 mins lunch, term time only).
The role includes maintaining excellent relationships with over 30 primary schools in Milton Keynes through delivering exciting and inspiring values-based assemblies, RE lessons, workshops and projects. There will also be opportunities to develop new links with schools we don’t yet support. We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic individual with engaging communication skills who is personable and relational.
Salary: £13,443-16,057 p.a., plus an employer contribution of 9% to a pension after a 3-month probation.
An application pack (consisting of 3 documents) can be downloaded from the Bridgebuilder website
- Job description and information
- Person specification
- Application form
Anyone wanting an informal discussion or to arrange a visit can contact the office by telephone (01908 270670) when the office reopens on Tuesday 4th September, or contact Rachel Foster at any point by email.
Closing date for applications: Friday 14th September 2018
Starting date: January 2019 (or before if possible)