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The Bishop of Leicester is seeking to appoint a Rector to the Benefice of Anstey and Thurcaston with Cropston.
For this highly esteemed beacon of spirituality and heritage at the very heart of one of the most vibrant cities in the country, we are recruiting
As Director of the Central Secretariat and Clerk to the Synod, you will act as the equivalent of “Company Secretary” for the Archbishop’s Council charity; overseeing policy work on how the Church organises and governs itself. You will also support the Chief Executive, the Secretary General, across the range of his responsibilities, including deputising where necessary on issues within the Church and with key stakeholders outside the Church.
This role is pivotal in developing the strategic priorities and ensuring the delivery of the objectives of the ministry to which God has called the Archbishop of Canterbury, in close cooperation with the Archbishop of York and other members of the senior team, and helps ensure the leadership and ministry of the Archbishop and his staff, reflect the values of the Gospel of Christ, in humility, service and sacrifice.
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