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Christ Church is a large and growing ‘Word and Spirit’ Anglican church in Clifton, North West Bristol, affiliated to the New Wine Network. 

Current Vacancies


Personal Assistant to the Vicar - Closing Date 21st February 2019

Pastor for Older People - Closing Date 10th March 2019

Read on for more details on each role...
 

Personal Assistant to the Vicar

Part-time - 20 hours per week over 5 days

£20,464 - £24,773 pro rata

Do you enjoy the challenge of working in a large and dynamic team environment?

Are you able to handle multiple priorities and frequent interruptions?

We are a large Word and Spirit Anglican church in Clifton, North West Bristol, affiliated to the New Wine Network. This is an exciting opportunity to join our highly committed and gifted staff team as we play our part in changing the world - one person, one city, one nation at a time.

We are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills to release our Vicar from routine administration by providing him with high quality administrative and secretarial support.

You will be a skilled communicator with experience in prioritising your own and others workloads and managing multiple diaries.  You will be both equally suited to working on your own and as part of a team.

You will be based in our church office and part of a supportive staff team. In return, we offer a salary in the range £20,464-£24,773 with a generous pension.  The role is based over 5 x 4 hour days so would be suitable for someone with school-aged children.  This is a fixed term contract for two years.
 

Applications are only accepted via the official application form, downloadable from this site.  CV's are not accepted.

The deadline for applications is midnight on Thursday 21st February 2019  and interviews will be held on Monday 4th March.

For an informal conversation about this role, feel free to contact the Church Office.


Role Profile, Application Form and other information



Pastor for Older People

Part-time - 22.5 hours per week (60%)

£22,619 - £26,928 pro rata

Do you enjoy the challenge of caring for and working with older people in a large and dynamic church environment?

Do you have a heart to see older people reached and discipled to become more like Jesus?

We are a large Word and Spirit Anglican church in Clifton, North West Bristol, affiliated to the New Wine Network. This is an exciting opportunity to join our highly committed and gifted staff team as we play our part in changing the world - one person, one city, one nation at a time.

As our part-time (60%, 22.5 hrs/wk) Pastor for Older People, you will be responsible for caring for the older people in our church family, and local community and connecting this work into our wider vision for an active midweek Gathering and growing small communities.

Building on the excellent work done so far, you will be responsible for developing and growing our ministry amongst older people. You will be part of a supportive staff team and oversee a team of volunteers. In return, we offer a salary in the range £22,619-£26,928 pro-rata, a generous pension and a flexible working pattern (which will include some time each Tuesday and Wednesday).

Applications are only accepted via the official application form, downloadable from this site.  CV's are not accepted.


The deadline for applications is midnight on Sunday 10th March 2019  and interviews will be held on Wednesday 20th March.

For an informal conversation about this role, feel free to contact the Church Office.

The Employment Equality (Religion and Belief) Regulations 2003, Section 7.2 applies to this role.  As part of our safer recruitment practices, the successful applicant will be required to complete an enhanced disclosure (with barring data) check prior to commencement of this role.
 

Role Profile, Application Form and other information


All Christ Church Clifton is a Christian Church and applicants are asked to be sympathetic to our Christian ethos and vision and values.

Christ Church Clifton is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.