Would you be interested in working as part of the All Saints team?
All Saints Centre for Mission and Ministry is a creative mission-focused training course, primarily for lay and ordained ministry in the Church of England. All Saints is a charity and works in partnership with six dioceses, three of which are in the North West. The administrative base of the organisation is on the Warrington campus of the University of Chester.
See below for details of current vacancies at All Saints. Also do have a look round our website for more information on All Saints – click on HOME (just under the All Saints logo above) to go to the front page. To return to this page, click on “Vacancies” at the top of any page in the website.
Equal Opportunities in Employment
All Saints is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all people who are suitably qualified for any of our vacancies.
All Saints is a faith-based organisation which trains women and men for licensed lay and ordained ministries in the Church of England. We seek to be a fully inclusive organisation which does not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, marital or economic status – and we recognise that we have work to do to fully achieve this.
SWAN Athena Charter
All Saints Centre for Mission and Ministry is working towards the SWAN Athena Charter to promote the interests of women in higher education.
We work in partnership with others and seek to address the gender balance in the organisation’s staffing.
Director of Postgraduate Programmes
All Saints is looking to fill the new post of Director of Postgraduate Programmes.
We are looking for an exceptional colleague to oversee delivery and development of a suite of Common Awards postgraduate programmes. Principally for ordination training in IME phase 1, the new programmes will also serve the needs of curates, independent students, and of lay and ordained ministers who wish to study further. One in five of All Saints’ ordinands studies for a higher degree. We are keen to develop new opportunities for lay people.