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There is a vacancy for a Part-Time Circuit & Community Centre Administrator for the Vale of Aylesbury Methodist Circuit and Aylesbury Methodist Church Community Centre. It is for 20 hours over 5 weekdays.
The Circuit is a group of 18 churches, mainly located in Buckinghamshire whilst the Community centre is a thriving town centre meeting venue. The post holder will provide administrative support to Rev. Helen Kirk 5 hours a week and 15 hours a week providing oversight of the Community Centre, including all bookings.
The successful applicant is expected to possess:

  • excellent administrative and communication skills
  • well-developed interpersonal and computer, including website skills
  • DBS accreditation
  • and be sympathetic to the values and ethos of the Methodist Church.
    The salary is £10 per hour with an optional contributory pension and 28 days annual leave based on 4 hours a working day.
    The closing date for applications is Wednesday 4th April 2018.
    For more information or an application pack, phone 01296 426526 or email office@aylesburymethodist.org.uk.

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