Whether you’re already a part of the diocese or are thinking of moving here from elsewhere, we hope you’ll find what you’re looking for here.
Joining the diocese, you would be part of a dynamic, charitable organisation, working to be a bold and purposeful church that serves everyone.
For staff, we have flexible working options available and staff are supported with their wellbeing and work/life balance. We offer a great pension scheme and generous holiday package.
We are committed to reflecting and representing the diversity of God's Kingdom, and we particularly welcome applications from currently underrepresented groups.
We are aware that particularly those of Global Majority Heritage/United Kingdom Minority Ethnic (GMH/UKME) and disabled people are currently under-represented among our clergy and workforce, and we particularly encourage applications from those with the relevant skills and experience that will increase this representation.
While some roles carry a genuine occupational requirement for Christian faith, many do not. You will be working with a welcoming group of colleagues from diverse faith and non-faith backgrounds and experiences.
We also welcome volunteers in roles across the Diocese. Volunteers make an enormous contribution to the life of the Diocese. You can find roles listed under 'Lay vacancies' currently (left hand side). A sample volunteer agreement for volunteers working for the DBF is here.
If there's a job here where you think you can make a real difference, we'd love to hear from you!
Apply for vacancies with the Diocesan Board of Finance, a charitable organisation that promotes and assists the work of the Church through parishes and communities.
Apply for vacancies with the Diocesan Board of Education, working to support the 195 schools and academies serving 40,000 children of children in church schools.