Vacancies
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7:30am Morning Prayer
8:00am Eucharist
8:30am Doors open for sightseeing
12:30pm Eucharist
4:00pm Last entry for sightseeing
5:00pm Choral Evensong

Current Vacancies

Casual Visitor Experience Assistants
£11.46 per hour (Casual basis)
On an incremental scale rising with training and experience over three years
We have exciting opportunities available to join our Visitor Experience Department and work under the world-famous dome of St Paul’s Cathedral, an iconic feature of the London skyline. We are currently seeking recruit Casual Visitor Experience Assistants to work on an ‘as and when needed’ basis to provide cover during peak periods and periods of staff absence, which could fall across any day of the week. These casual roles will suit those who are flexible and able to work on an as required basis. In these busy ‘front of house’ roles you will be responsible for providing an excellent welcome to all visitors to the Cathedral, and giving information and assistance for the benefit of their visit in a friendly and approachable manner. You will be based on positions across the whole Cathedral building, and therefore will be physically fit and capable of working on your feet daily with the ability to climb steps and work at heights in the cathedral’s indoor and outdoor galleries as part of the regular duties. Excellent customer service skills and fluency in both spoken and written English are essential, along with cash handling and computerised till system experience. A second language would be desirable.
  
Please download the Job Description here.
Please visit the Church of England Pathways website to apply for this role
CHAPLAIN
 
The primary focus of the Chaplain’s ministry will be to enable the provision of pastoral care and nurture for the Cathedral Community and our many visitors, who come from across the globe. We’re looking for a priest who brings wisdom and spiritual insight, along with extensive expertise and sensitivity in pastoral care, and will thrive on the challenges presented by ministry in an iconic and dynamic setting. Whether you’re called to this change of direction earlier or later in your ministry, you’ll need to relish this unique opportunity to help shape the life and mission of St Paul’s through prayerful loving and selfless service. We encourage people from diverse backgrounds with relevant skills and experience to apply.
  
Please download the Job Description here.
Please download the Application Form here.
Please download the Confidential Declaration here.
The closing date for applications is 9am on Thursday 4th July. The interview process will take place on Tuesday 23rd July.
Training and Development Officer
Salary: £32,900 per annum plus benefits
Hours: Full time, 35 hours per week
The Training and Development Officer plays an important part in enabling St. Paul’s to deliver its plans by co-ordinating the training and development for all staff and volunteers, ensuring they are equipped and motivated and for their roles within the Cathedral. The role is crucial in delivering our aim of at least 3 days’ training per person per year, with a current priority being the training on the welcome given to all visitors to the Cathedral. We are looking for a confident, well-organised self-starter with graduate-level intellect and proven experience at designing and successfully delivering group and one-to-one training across a range of subjects, ideally with previous experience in a context of similar scope, diversity and complexity. You will have a calm and friendly disposition and enjoy liaising with people in all walks of life. You will also be robust, able to be creative with limited resources and have the flexibility to adapt your approach to changing circumstances.
  
Please download the Job Description here.
Please visit the Church of England Pathways website to apply for this role
The closing date for applications is 7th July 2019 and interviews will take place on 16th July 2019.
Head of Finance
One Year Fixed Term Contract
Salary: Competitive
Hours: Full time
We are seeking a Head of Finance on a one year fixed term contract, reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, who will be responsible for the whole of the Cathedral’s (Group) day-to-day accounting function to ensure effective procedures and robust controls are in place. The Head of Finance will be responsible for financial planning, budgeting and forecasting, for producing timely, accurate and accessible monthly and quarterly management accounts, and for annual statutory reporting. They will also work with the CFO to modernise and streamline the Cathedral’s finance systems. The role holder will be responsible for the direct line management of all the staff in the Finance Team to ensure they work in an efficient, effective, supportive and co-ordinated way to deliver the Cathedral’s accounting function. You will be a fully qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, or CIMA) with good knowledge of charity SORP accounting, and experience of developing and implementing financial systems and internal controls. Experience of budgeting and management accounts along with strong organisational skills is essential, whilst Commercial/retail finance experience including EPOS and experience of payroll would be desirable.
  
Please download the Job Description here.
For a confidential discussion and information on how to apply, please contact our advising consultants at either:
• Matt Davidson at Pro Finance on 0207 269 6323 or Matt.Davidson@pro-finance.co.uk
• Andrew Clark at The Search Core on 02038971278 or andrew.clark@thesearchcore.com
Closing date for applications is 27th June 2019 at noon. Interviews will take place on 3rd July 2019.
Canon Chancellor’s PA and Office Manager
Salary: £22,655 per annum pro rata (£37,759 per annum FTE)
Hours: Part-time, 21 hours per week, Mondays to Wednesdays
St Paul’s Cathedral are seeking to recruit for the role of Canon Chancellor’s PA and Office Manager. This is an exciting opportunity to provide executive support to our Canon Chancellor, Dr Paula Gooder, and run the Canon Chancellor’s office with maximum efficiency and effectiveness so the volume and breadth of activities can be delivered at pace. The post holder will be able to work with little supervision, whilst keeping good lines of communication with the Canon Chancellor. They will interact with members of the Cathedral community at all levels, including members of Chapter and the Registrar, and will frequently be the first or main point of contact with external bodies, again at all levels. This role is extremely busy with significant pressure points at certain times. Well established and proven experience of providing high level PA/EA support to a senior manager/chief executive in a comparable context is therefore essential, along with excellent skills in MS Word and electronic diary management using MS Outlook. You will have honed organisational and planning skills and will be strongly sympathetic to the life and work of the Cathedral. Experience in dealing with other high profile offices is desirable, along with general knowledge of the Church of England, its structure and liturgical practices, and a general appreciation of its theological basis.
  
Please download the Job Description here.
Please visit the Church of England Pathways website to apply for this role
The closing date for applications is 7th July 2019. Interviews will take place on 16th July 2019.