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Current vacancies with Clifton Diocese


The Clifton Diocese is the Catholic Church in the West of England. Our administrative offices are based in Bristol and support the pastoral needs of the Catholic community throughout Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire and Bristol. As an employee of the Clifton Diocese you will be working for an award-winning, unique and diverse organisation. You will be in contact with people with various backgrounds and from around the world. You will enjoy being challenged and thrive working as part of our professional and dedicated teams; whether that’s as part of small office-based teams, the local Catholic community, and wider still as part of the Universal Church. You will work with professionals, volunteers, clergy, as well as many external contacts.

Current Vacancies:

Office Administrator

Part-time (24 Hours per week worked over five days)

Two-year fixed term contract (24 months)

This vacancy provides an opportunity to join the Curial team based in Alexander House, Bristol as an Office Administrator working within the Finance team.  The role reports to the Diocesan Financial Administrator.  The Finance team is a small but very busy team.  Flexibility, attention to detail and excellent organisational skills are essential for this role.

Salary and other benefits: circa £20,000 per annum pro rata depending upon experience. 33 days holiday per annum pro rata including public holidays and a 5% matched contributory pension scheme.

For an informal discussion about this role please contact Janet Parker, Diocesan Financial Administrator, Clifton Diocese on 07751 258820.

Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 29th May 2020


Applications should be sent by email to

Please do not post applications at this time as Alexander House is currently closed.

It is likely that we will be conducting interviews via video conference, so access to the internet and the ability to participate in a video call will be required.

Application-form Feb 2020 Finance

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