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Diocese of Wellington - Parish Administrator, St Matthew's Anglican Parish, Masterton

Diocese of Wellington - Parish Administrator, St Matthew's Anglican Parish, Masterton

St Matthew’s Anglican Parish Masterton, is looking for an experienced administrator on a part time fixed term basis, to fulfil a six month contract from late January to July 2020. The role is for 15-20 hours a week, to be worked over four days.

St Matthew’s is a large parish in Masterton with a number of worship centres.

The parish administrator works as part of a team and plays a crucial role in supporting and ensuring the efficient running of the day to day mission of the parish.

The right candidate will align with the vision of the parish, have a passion for serving others, excellent computer and organisational skills, great initiative with the ability to self-manage and multi task. A friendly positive and “can do” attitude is essential to the role.

To apply for the position, please email your CV with a covering letter to apmasterton@gmail.com or post to:

St Matthew’s Anglican Church, PO Box 588, MASTERTON 5840

A more detailed description of the role is available from St Matthew’s Parish Office: apmasterton@gmail.com.

Applications close 29th November.

22/11/2019

30/11/2019

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