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Diocese of

Hexham and Newcastle

Bishop Séamus Cunningham

 

Vacancies:

 

Mission Facilitator, Department for Adult Formation and Evangelisation, Newcastle

Closing date - Friday 23 February 2018

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Administrator, St. Benet, St. Hilda's and St. Joseph's, Sunderland

Closing date - Sunday 25 February 2018

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Fundraising Manager, Department for Finance, Newcastle

Closing date - Thursday 1 March 2018

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Chaplain, Durham University

Closing date - Thursday 22 February 2018

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This is a part time, permanent post (17.5 hours per week)

The University is seeking to appoint an individual to act as a chaplain and coordinate and develop the activity of the Chaplaincy Network in its delivery of spiritual, religious and pastoral support to students and staff.

It is anticipated that the post-holder will consult on, develop and promote a strategic vision for spiritual, religious and pastoral support for staff and students across the institution which will be subject to regular review and update.

The University encourages applicants from all faith and belief groups.

For further information and to apply, please visit Durham University website.

 


Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle Accredited as a 'Living Wage Employer'

The Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle is pleased to announce that it is now an accredited Living Wage Employer. This means that every Diocesan employee earns not just the minimum wage, the ‘National Living Wage’, but the ‘Living Wage’, as recommended by the Living Wage Foundation.

The Diocese perceives the commitment to the Living Wage as upholding the Common Good and the dignity of work and ensures that people have quality time to spend for themselves and with their family. This development is a response by the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle to Pope Francis’ call to be a ‘poor Church for the poor’ (Pope Francis, Audience with Journalists, 16 March 2013).

The Living Wage is calculated according to the basic cost of living using the ‘Minimum Income Standard’ for the UK. Decisions about what to include in this standard are set by the public; it is a social consensus about what people need to make ends meet. The Living Wage is £1.05 per hour above the National Living Wage which was introduced by the Government in April 2016.

Work will begin shortly on extending the Living Wage to all third party subcontracted staff that work regularly on our premises.

You can find out more about the Living Wage by visiting www.livingwage.org.uk and read their full press release here or contact Katherine Nugent
tel: 0191 243 3301.

The Living Wage Foundation is an initiative of Citizens UK.