Vacancy: PA to the Chair of Bristol District

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The Bristol Methodist District are seeking to recruit an experienced person to the part time post (8 hours per week) of PA to the Chair.

Are you experienced and have skills in:
* general office and administrative tasks?
* using IT for email, online systems and word processing together with databases and spreadsheets?
* maintaining websites?

Are you able to:
* manage your own workload under supervision?
* produce a high standard of written material?
* handle social media?
* deal with enquiries in a polite and professional manner?
* work flexibly and to deadlines?
* work collaboratively as a member of a team?

This post is open to people who understand the Methodist Church's teaching and organisation and who are in sympathy with its aims. It is expected the post holder will be based at home.

The salary will be £12 per hour.
The closing date for applications is Monday 23 September
Interviews will take place in Bristol in early October

More information can be obtained from Jayne Giltrow, Circuit Office, Horfield Methodist Church, email circuitproperty@bsgc.org.uk or by calling 0117 951 8822.

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