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Anglicans Online last updated 21 May 2017
Editor: Peter Owen email@example.com
This list is in order by geographic region, then by diocese and parish. On this page there are listings for England.
|Description||St. Mary are looking for leadership across the range of traditional and contemporary opportunities in the life of its music. This is to develop the role of music in our mission to be at the heart of our community. The tradition is broadly central, but a range of styles of worship are used. We are looking for either:
A Director of Music - This will be a person who has the breadth to work across both the traditional expressions of organ and choir along with a less formal group of singers and instrumentalists.
or Choir Director and Contemporary Music Leader - We realise that our ambition may require a very rare set of gifts and instead seek to cover the work with two people who work closely together.
|Further details||St. Marys Vicarage
74 London Lane
|Closes||Friday 16 June 2017|
|Description||This is an innovative role which will promote, sustain and develop the Church of England's ecumenical relations at every level, with a focus on mission and evangelism.
Contributing strategically as a senior manager and working with the Secretary for Theology and Ecumenical Relations, you will help to progress and shape the Church of England's Priorities in this area.
You will work with relevant bodies to promote strategic action towards effective partnerships with other churches in mission and evangelism at every level of the Church of England, advising on theological and practical issues, ensuring the quality and effectiveness of communication, and promoting partnerships and initiatives for greater unity.
With varied first-hand experience of relating to a range of different churches, you will have an in-depth understanding of the practical and theological issues arising from ecumenism and of the history, theology and culture of the Church of England.
With experience of working collaboratively, you will have the ability to develop and sustain a wide range of working relationships and take the lead on initiatives as required. A strategic thinker but with an eye for detail, you will collect, organize and distill information which you will communicate clearly, accurately and concisely. Competent and confident in the use of MS Office, ideally with knowledge of social media and web design, you will prioritize effectively producing high quality work at all times.
Essential to your success will also be the ability to demonstrate tact, diplomacy and sensitivity.
The post will require some travel, including being away from home, sometimes at weekends.
|Further details||Human Resources
Great Smith Street
|Telephone||0207 898 1182|
|Closes||Sunday 21 May 2017|
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