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Operations Support Team Administrators
Two vacancies, each part time 22.5 hours per week


The Roles
The Diocese of Ely are seeking 2 experienced administrators to provide
professional administrative support to the Mission and Ministry and Education
teams. These are part-time roles. The successful candidates will work as part of a team of 5 in the Operations Support Team.


Role Responsibilities
The Operations Support Team activities are variable each day, including diary
management, creating and editing Word and Excel documents, leading on
meeting or event organisation and preparation, maintaining digital filing and
records, and supporting colleagues in their day-to-day activities.
We have two part time vacancies, both of which are new roles within the
diocese.


Role 1 – has a focus within the Mission and Ministry team,
predominantly supporting the Deputy Director of Mission and Ministry,
the Deputy Director for Lay Ministry and others within the Mission and
Ministry team. This role also has involvement in the organisation and
digital registration of training using our internal systems, and will involve
helping create our online Ely Learning Framework.


Role 2 – focuses on the Education team, along with supporting the
children’s and youth functions within the Mission and Ministry team. The
role includes supporting the Deputy Director of Education, being the
point of contact for our 85 Church schools, has involvement in
administration of building works to school buildings, and includes
collating and producing summary documents regarding school visits.


(A full job description is available within the role application pack.)

Essential Skills and Personal Qualities
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Good experience of working with Microsoft Office, including Outlook,
Word, Excel and Power Point.
• Confidentiality and discretion essential.
• The ability to take initiative and work independently.
• Excellent attention to detail and accuracy with written material, e.g. spelling,
punctuation and grammar.
• Experience of working within a wide team delivering a range of projects
working toward shared goals.
• Willingness to multi-task with a can-do attitude.
• Punctual and reliable.


Terms and Conditions
• Hours of work are by arrangement with the Operations Team Leader, but
would be between the hours of 9am and 5pm each day.
• The role will be based from home, however there may be a requirement to
attend meetings in Ely and the wider diocese within working hours. A hot-
desk function is also available in Ely.
• Any offer of employment is subject to Safer Recruitment checks and DBS
clearance.
• Remuneration is at a rate of £11.00 per hour ( actual salary £12,870, FTE
£20,020)
• Annual leave of 25 days per annum, plus Bank Holidays
• Employee benefits include membership of the Church Workers Pension Fund
(Non-contributory)


Application Process
Deadline for Application: 3pm Friday 3 rd June 2022.
Interviews will be held week commencing Monday 13 th June 2022.
Please contact sally.batchelder@elydiocese.org for an application form.


Job descriptions will be shared for both roles, please indicate on your
application should you only wish to be considered for one of the
vacancies.


YOUTH DEVELOPMENT WORKER – HAMPTON, PETERBOROUGH

Romsey Mill in partnership with CSK

Full-time role: 37.5 hours per week

(This role could be split into 2 part-time roles)

Salary range: £21,322 – £24,012

Closing date: Friday 22nd April 2022 (9.00 am)

Interview date: Wednesday 27th April 2022

You can apply for the role using the online application from at http://www.romseymill.org/work-for-us/

For more details or to have an informal conversation concerning the role please contact Jon Sanders at jon.sanders@romseymill.org or 07798858302 or CSK Pioneer minister Rachel Hilditch at pioneer@cskhampton.church

See 2022 Romsey Mill Hampton Youth Development Worker Job Pack.pdf

See 2022 CSK Hampton Youth Worker Job Pack.pdf

2022 Romsey Mill and CSK Hampton Youth Worker Job Pack (1).pdf


Spirituality Mentor

The Vine Inter-Church Primary School
Applications from both qualified Chaplains / Ministers and laypeople welcome


The Vine Inter-Church Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, the prevention of discrimination and the promotion of equality of opportunity for all and expects all staff and volunteers to share these commitments.


“The school was not the best in Cambourne, not the best in Cambridge . . . but the best in the universe” – how pupils feel about the school, as quoted in our recent OFSTED report May 2018


We are looking for an active and practicing Christian to support in the development of staff and pupil spirituality. The successful candidate will work closely with the RE coordinator to help deliver RE lessons, will help lead worship and will build further links with the local church. They will also offer support to staff, pupils and parents/carers by working closely with our inclusion team.


The school opened in 2005 and we currently have over 70 members of staff, meaning we are a large community, something that is reflected in the vibrancy of the school. At The Vine staff and pupils enjoy learning together; an enthusiasm for life and a curiosity about the world is evident throughout the school.

We believe in developing pupils and staff to be courageous advocates. Empowered to change the world in a positive way; we encourage charity work as well as the skills needed to campaign for change. As an International School we have links across the globe and expect staff to fully embrace this.


Please contact Sarah Singleterry, HR Administrator, on 01954 719630 or hr@thevine.cambs.sch.uk if you would like to arrange a school visit or if you have further questions.

All candidates must submit a covering letter and complete an application form. Application forms and full job description are available from the school website.
https://www.thevine.cambs.sch.uk/vacancies/
or call the above number to request them.


Please note that CVs are not an acceptable method of application. This role is subject to an enhanced DBS check and receipt of satisfactory references.


**School is closed for the Easter/Spring break between 4 th April and 18th April inclusive – all emails and applications will be acknowledged once school reopens on 19th April **
CLOSING DATE: 12pm MONDAY 25 TH APRIL 2022
INTERVIEW: w/c MONDAY 2 ND MAY 2022

See SPIRITUALITY MENTOR – 2022.pdf

See JOB DESCRIPTION Spirituality Mentor 2022.pdf

See Support-Staff-Employment-Application-Form-September-2018-1.docx


Governors and Headteacher Recruitment

Members of the Ely Schools Team are always available to support Church schools in the recruitment of new headteachers and will join the governor team for planning, shortlisting and interviewing.

Please contact Chris Page as soon as a HT vacancy is known.

Support from the Education Team

Each of our Church schools is an important member of our Diocesan Church school family.  The Education Team is not concerned simply with the recruitment of key staff and personnel, but also with mentoring and supporting them as they embark on their careers in their new schools.

Christine Page (Head of School Performance) leads a team of Ely Diocese Regional Advisers (EDRA), who meet with Headteachers on a termly basis to offer support and critical friendship.


Classroom image: Arthur Krijgsman, Creative Commons – Pexels.com


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