Vacancy – Administration Officer

The Anglican Church (Cyprus) Ltd

Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East

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The Anglican Church (Cyprus Ltd) seeks to appoint an Administration Officer.

The person appointed will work as part of a small dedicated team, based in central Nicosia, have sympathy with the aims and ethos of the Anglican Church, and be prepared to learn about its ordering and processes. In the first instance the appointee will work alongside an existing office holder with a view, over time, to assuming most of the responsibilities of that position. These include interface with a wide variety of people, from archbishops to refugees, of several nationalities. Ability to speak Greek would be an advantage, as would previous experience of the Anglican Church or of working in a church environment. Other duties would be those traditionally associated with office administration, as well as some aspects of human resources, recording and oversight of some training programmes, and event organisation.

The post is advertised on the basis of 35 hours per week. At some times of the year there is extra pressure, and a flexible approach is essential. The starting salary is €30K per annum, with potential to increase to €38K as responsibilities are transferred.

All applicants will need to comply with the Diocesan Safeguarding policy

For an informal conversation about the post, potential applicants may call the Executive Archdeacon, The Venerable Dr John Holdsworth (00 357 99658147, archdeacon.john@cypgulf.org )  They are also encouraged to visit the diocesan website: www.cypgulf.org

Letters of applicatiion, together with a full CV to include names of two referees can be sent to the  Bishop’s PA, Mrs Georgia Katsantonis, PO Box 22075, 1517 Nicosia, Cyprus (georgia@spidernet.com.cy ) Tel: + 357 22671220/+357 99619176. Closing date for applications is Tuesday, 4th July, 2017.

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