RESIDENTIARY CANON FOR MISSION AND GROWTH
Rochester Cathedral invites applications for the post of Residentiary Canon for Mission and Growth.
Rochester Cathedral was founded in 604 and has an active and growing congregation with an urban and rural Diocese stretching across West Kent and south east London.
We are concluding a £6m capital refurbishment and interpretative programme which provides the basis for the post holder to develop new ways of outreach and mission.
The post holder will be part of the Collegiate ministry and a member of Chapter with particular responsibility for outreach, education and mission. Please click here for job description, application form and further information.
For further details and discussion please contact:
Gilly Wilford, Chapter Clerk - Executive Director
Tel: 01634 810060
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 12th August 2016
Interviews: 5th and 6th September 2016
This is a Lord Chancellor appointment and subject to enhanced DBS
Education Centre lunchrooms cover
This is casual work covering the Education Centre lunchrooms when schools have booked them. You will be given as much notice as possible of a booking, usually a few weeks in advance.
- 15 minutes preparation of rooms before the school is due
- 30 minutes for each lunch time booking - up to four per lunch time - being available to help
- 30 minutes to clean lunchrooms and toilets after the room has been vacated.
Time required will be between 1.25 hours to 2.5 hours per session. You are not responsible for the children and are not there to provide supervision cover, which is provided by the school staff. Pay: £7.20 per hour
To apply for this role please send in a letter which includes the following information:
- Your contact details
- Relevant experience
- Any other information you think is relevant
This letter should either be posted to Theresa Buckland at the following address:
Garth House, The Precinct, Rochester ME1 1SX
or emailed to: Theresa.Buckland@rochestercathedral.org
For further information about the role please contact Helen Bradshaw or Sue Gray in Education on 01634 810066.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please click here: see this page.
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