An opportunity is available for a highly skilled and experienced administrator to work in the parish office at St Margaret Mary’s parish, working closely with the parish priest Rev Roy Cooper. This is a permanent, part-time post, working Tuesdays to Fridays from 9am to 2pm.
The successful candidate will be required to provide high quality support in all aspects of the day-to-day administration and financial tasks to include producing letters and booklets, issuing certificates, maintaining parish registers, recording income and expenditure and managing petty cash.
Applicants must have empathy with the ethos and mission of the Roman Catholic Church and a commitment to the work of the Archdiocese of Liverpool.
Applicants should also have; experience of working in a similar role dealing with a broad range of administrative tasks, excellent verbal and written communication
skills, and an ability to work unsupervised. Experience of implementing new administrative processes and knowledge of local parish community would be advantageous.
December 18, 2023
*This is an external advert - please apply directly via the school.*
Due to the retirement of the highly valued and successful Headteacher, the Governors are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, inspirational and dedicated person to lead the school community and to continue to develop their outstanding school.
December 20, 2023
January 18 & 19, 2024
This is an external post - please apply directly via the school.
The Governing Body of Sacred Heart RC Primary School wish to appoint a highly motivated, inspirational and reflective teacher, with leadership experience.
January 17, 2024
January 31, 2024
This is an external post - please apply directly via the school
Following the planned retirement of the highly regarded headteacher, the governing body of St Oswald’s Catholic Primary School wish to employ an inspirational, dedicated and ambitious headteacher.
December 15, 2023
January 11 & 12, 2024
This is an external post, please apply via St Joseph's CMAT
The Board of Directors of St Joseph Catholic Multi Academy Trust is looking to appoint an outstanding Deputy Headteacher to support the Headteacher to lead Notre Dame Catholic College on the next stage of its journey.
This is a unique opportunity to lead a large Catholic academy with a Sixth Form at an exciting point on its journey. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, you will focus your leadership skills on both the Catholic life of the school and improving standards of teaching and learning.
More information can be found below.
December 8, 2023
December 18 2023
This is an external post - please apply directly via the school
St Mary’s is a Catholic one form entry school (age 3-11 )under the trusteeship of the Archdiocese of Liverpool. St Mary’s is a thriving school situated in the rural area of Scarisbrick in between Ormskirk and Southport. It embodies the Catholic faith and way of life in everything it does and is a happy, friendly school. They pride theirselves on their successes in all aspects of school life both in their work and in play.
The governing body seeks to appoint a practising and committed Catholic teacher for the post, who will lead the school forward. Recently the school has expanded to cater for pupils aged 3-11, has excellent facilities and a dedicated staff team.
December 14, 2023
January 11, 2024
*This is an external post. Please apply via the link below.*
The Fundraising & Marketing officer will grow voluntary income and market the retreats to a wider audience to support the mission of St Beuno’s.
The postholder will deliver on
- Direct Mail one-off and regular gifts campaigns and legacy marketing.
- Trust fundraising research, application writing and submission from Church, national and regional funders.
- Legacy administration, promoting gifts and stewarding pledgers.
- Data excellence for fundraising compliance and insights to support income growth.
- Content creation to attract new retreatants & develop a SEO strategy to support it.
- Ensure a strong brand identity.
- Develop a multichannel marketing and communications strategy to engage Church audiences. Ensure that this strategy is effectively budgeted.
- Measuring and report on KPIs related to growth.
- Be passionate for the work of retreat centres.
More information on how to apply can be found below.
December 7, 2023
It is an exciting time to be joining the archdiocese as we are go through a period of change and implement our pastoral plan. Everyone who works here is involved in the meaningful work of our mission, sharing the good news of Jesus.
The archdiocese matches employee contributions up to 6% of their pensionable salary and give generous annual leave allowance. Other benefits include a salary sacrifice scheme, death in service scheme (subject to criteria), discounted gym memberships and access to a 24/7 counselling scheme.
For every post advertised you must ensure that you complete a separate application form and supporting statement as each role will have a different job description and person specification and therefore different requirements.
It is important that you demonstrate for each role why you are a suitable candidate for that particular post.
We will use the detail provided on your application form under the ‘Employment History’ section of your application form to request employment references from both your current and previous employer.
If you have just completed full-time education, your course tutor, or other academic staff member familiar with your work, could be used as an alternative.
We also request details of two character referees who are not connected with your present or previous employer.
The time that we take to respond to candidates will vary from post to post depending on how many applications we receive. However, all candidates will be notified as to the outcome of their application within a few weeks of the closing date.
In exceptional circumstances where the shortlisting process takes longer than expected, candidates will be contacted accordingly.
The purpose of the Equal Opportunities monitoring form is to assist us in monitoring the implementation and effectiveness of our Equal Opportunities policy.
The information collected will be stored and processed in accordance with Data Protection Principles for the purpose of preparing anonymised statistical reports where appropriate.
The information will not be made available to the selection panel and will not, therefore, be used in any part of the recruitment decision making process.