Scottish Episcopal Church - Diocese Of Edinburgh
Scottish Episcopal Church - Diocese Of Edinburgh

Charity registered in Scotland SC001214

Edinburgh Diocese stretches from the Firth of Forth down to the English border. We’re one of 7 dioceses in the Scottish Episcopal Church, and part of the world wide Anglican Communion; a diverse community united in our love of Jesus of Nazareth. This diversity is expressed in our many different churches, worship styles, theologies even, but we are united in our commitment to Jesus. We believe his teachings inspire us and help us give meaning to life, and that in knowing Jesus we get to know a God who sets us free to live life, ‘in all its fullness.

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Administrative Assistant (Mission & Ministry)

  • Part time
  • £18,505 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 24th October 2021

We are seeking to appoint an Administrative Assistant to support the work of the Mission & Ministry Committee and its principal officers, primarily our Ministry Development Officer, and to help us be the voice and face of welcome to the diocese.

The Diocesan Office has a small and very friendly team of staff in a pleasant office very close to Haymarket, and strive to provide an enjoyable, collaborative and sociable environment to get our work done. We are therefore very keen to get the right personality in the role to work within our team, as well as finding someone with the right skills. If you would like to discuss any aspects of the job before applying you are very welcome to call Simon Filsell, Diocesan Administrator, on 0131 346 9084

We are looking for someone with:

• A professional but friendly approach to work, and willingness to work flexibly in a team

• Strong administrative and organisational abilities

• Some experience in arranging and managing events

• Good written and verbal communication skills

• Computer skills – use of MS Office suite (or equivalent) to a basic level

• Prior experience in an administration role

All staff are fully supported and developed through our Annual Review process and training funds

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Assistant Diocesan Administrator

  • Part time
  • £22,739 pro-rata
  • Initially, a mixture of office and homeworking will be considered
  • Closing 27th February 2022

We are seeking to appoint an Assistant Diocesan Administrator to support our Diocesan Administrator and key diocesan officers in the finance and management work in the Diocese of Edinburgh, and to help us be the voice and face of welcome to the diocese.

You will work very closely with the Diocesan Administrator help to make sure he is able to use his time as efficiently as possible. The Diocesan Office has a small and friendly team of staff in a pleasant office very close to Haymarket, working within a supportive and collaborative environment. We are therefore very keen to get the right personality in the role to work within our team, as well as finding someone with the right skills.

If you would like to discuss any aspects of the job before applying you are very welcome to call Simon Filsell, Diocesan Administrator, on 0131 346 9084.

We are looking for someone with:

• A professional but friendly approach to work, and willingness to work flexibly in a team

• Strong administrative and organisational abilities

• Basic competence in financial and data management (or willingness to be developed)

• Good written and verbal communication skills

• Computer skills – use of MS Office suite (or equivalent) to an intermediate level

• Prior experience in an administration role

All staff are fully supported and developed through our Annual Review process and training funds.

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Communications Officer

  • Part time
  • £22,739 pro-rata
  • Likely to be a mixture of office and homeworking
  • Closing 27th February 2022

We are seeking to appoint a Communications Officer to:

• promote the diocese internally and externally

• develop and maintain our digital channels

• support our churches' communications training needs

We are looking for someone with experience in:

• a communications, digital communications or marketing related role

• using Content Management Systems such as WordPress

• creating social media content in a professional capacity

• creating,sourcing and editing content such as copy, images and videos

They should also:

• have excellent written and spoken English

• be able to foster effective working relationships

• have excellent organisational skills

We offer:

• a small and friendly team, working from an office near Haymarket

• a generous non-contributory pension

• support and development through our Annual Review process and training funds

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Diocesan Youth & Children Officer

  • Part time
  • £24,595 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 30th September 2022

We are seeking to appoint a Youth & Children Officer to support clergy, youth and children workers, and their congregations in meeting the needs of children and young people, and to support young people directly in their engagement with the church. The postholder will also be responsible for leading the development of youth work within the diocese as part of the larger Mission & Ministry Team.

The Diocesan Office has a small and friendly team of staff in a pleasant office very close to Haymarket, working within a supportive and collaborative environment. We are therefore very keen to get the right personality in the role to work within our team, as well as finding someone with the right skills. If you would like to discuss any aspects of the job before applying you are very welcome to contact The Revd Dr Sophia Marriage, Convenor of the Diocesan Mission & Ministry Committee (sophia.marriage@stmarksportobello.org)

We are looking for someone with:

  • Previous training in, and experience of, work with children and young people.
  • A strong spirituality which places young people as integral to the life of our church and a vision of the inclusion of young people in our church communities and in social action.
  • A Christian faith which welcomes diverse congregational and theological traditions.
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