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Parish Administrator
(Admin & Finance)
 
St Joseph’s Presbytery, Chorley
Salary £8.70 per hour
Permanent, 15 hours per week
5 weeks holiday plus bank holiday and pension scheme
 
An opportunity has arisen for a highly skilled and experienced administrator to work in the parish office at St Joseph’s Presbytery, working closely with the parish priest, Fr Peter Stanley. You will be required to work two days each week (excluding Monday), 9.00 am – 5.00 pm with 30 minutes unpaid lunch break. There are no fixed days and therefore, your days of work will be assigned to you by the Parish Priest as required.

The successful candidate will be required to provide high quality support in all aspects of administration to include producing letters, reports, booklets, leaflets and issuing certificates along with maintaining parish registers and financial records.

Candidates must have empathy with the ethos and mission of the Roman Catholic Church and a commitment to the work of the parish, pastoral area, schools, the local community and other parish groups.

The successful candidate must have;
• Experience of working in a similar administrative role/undertaking a broad range of
administrative tasks to include managing petty cash and recording income and expenditure
• Experience of working in a busy office environment
• Excellent telephone, face to face and written communication skills
• An ability to maintain effective working relationships with clergy, volunteers, schools and
general public
• Computer literate with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) and use of email
• An appreciation of the need for sensitivity and confidentiality

Possession of the following would be advantageous:
• European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL), or equivalent
• An ability to implement new administrative processes
 
For more information please download the Information pack
 
If you wish to apply visit the main jobs page to download an application pack.

Alternatively, please contact Human Resources on 0151 522 1073

Closing Date: Wednesday 11th October 2017 (12.00pm, midday)
 
This post is not subject to an Enhanced Disclosure by the Disclosure & Barring Service