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IT Application and Change Manager

Posted 18 days agoExpires in 1 day
Westminster, London
Permanent
£44,298 rising to £49,113 after probation

The Technology Team is undergoing a transformation. The Technology function serves over 700 staff in the National Church Institutions (NCIs) and co-located bodies and aims to adopt common solutions where practical. Technology provides a broad range of customer focused IT services such as technical architecture...


Vicar, Whatton with Aslockton, Hawksworth, Scarrington, Orston & Thoroton

Posted 1 year agoExpires in 1 day
Aslockton, Nottingham
Clergy
£26,450

PLEASE NOTE – This post has changed from a half-time permanent post to a full-time 5-year post. Please do read the rationale for this change. The parish profile needs to be read in conjunction with the rationale and the person specification. We are the Cranmer Group of parishes formed in 1967 embracing...


Canon Chancellor

Posted 1 month agoExpires in 1 day
Rochester, Kent
Clergy

The successful candidate will be one of the two full-time Residentiary Canons of Rochester Cathedral who are funded by the Church Commissioners. The Canon Chancellor is a Crown appointment. Working under the leadership of the Dean, the Canon Chancellor will be a full member of the Cathedral Chapter,...


Head of ICT

Posted 29 days agoExpires in 22 days
London Diocesan Fund, London Diocesan House, 36 Causton Street, London
Permanent
c. £51,000 dependent of experience

The Church of England Diocese of London comprises of 400+ parishes north of the River Thames and within the M25 motorway. The ICT team enables the missional objectives of the London Diocesan Fund (LDF), parishes, archdeacons and bishops through delivery of excellent Information and Communications Technology...


Pioneering Priest (Interim) – Up Holland Team and Dalton St Michael

Posted 1 month agoExpires in 22 days
Up Holland
Clergy
£25,901pa

Overview The churches in the Up Holland Team and Dalton St Michael and All Angels have been working together to find ways to reach the unchurched and de-churched in parts of the East and South of Skelmersdale. Led by The Revd Paul Lock they are coming together as a single Benefice and are looking for...


Team Vicar

Posted 4 months agoExpires in 4 days
Deanery of Leigh
Clergy

We are now prayerfully seeking to invite a clergy colleague to the role of Team Vicar within the Team. We are looking to appoint a priest who is able to nurture Christians who worship in differing styles, who is familiar with biblical evangelical theology whilst at the same time being comfortable with...


Vicar - Mottram in Longendale

Posted 1 month agoExpires in 29 days
Mottram in Longendale
Clergy
£26037

St. Michael’s, a Grade II* listed building, was built in the late 15th century, and underwent a major restoration in 1855. Situated on War Hill, it overlooks the village of Mottram. Our worship is principally of a traditional style but with variations. We have a Holy Communion service each week at 8.30am;...


Vicar of Easington w Skeffling, Keyingham, Ottringham, Patrington, Welwick and Winestead

Posted 2 months agoExpires in 3 months
Patrington
Clergy

Vicar The parishes of Easington w Skeffling, Keyingham, Ottringham, Patrington, Welwick and Winestead Come and join us in this little known corner of East Yorkshire! Our group of six parishes combines tranquil rural settings with the Spurn Heritage Coast and Humber Estuary, and we have six glorious...


Incumbent South Wye Rural Parishes (SSM)

Posted 7 months agoExpires in 17 days
Hereford
Clergy

Can you? • Love and care for a dispersed rural community? • Help us to continue renewing our church life? • Help us to grow in faith and commitment to Christ? • Build on our positive links with our School? We are praying for a priest rooted in prayer, with a heart for people and for sharing...


Priest in Charge Craven Arms Benefice (half time)

Posted 1 month agoExpires in 27 days
Craven Arms
Clergy

There is no finer place to live than south Shropshire, and no more fulfilling place to be engaged in God’s mission. Craven Arms itself is one of south Shropshire’s larger settlements, exhibiting an almost unique status within the Diocese of Hereford because of its rich socio-economic and cultural mix.