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AWSC ADMINISTRATOR - Sole Charge / Permanent Part-Time

AWSC ADMINISTRATOR - Sole Charge / Permanent Part-Time

Job Vacancy: AWSC ADMINISTRATOR - Sole Charge / Permanent Part-Time

 

  • Work from home – must have good internet access
  • Enjoy a flexible working schedule that is project driven – averaging 12 hours per week
  • An empathy for the needs of women in ministry and cross-cultural inclusiveness
  • Autonomous and varied role using all your administrative and management skill set

The Council for the Anglican Women’s Studies Centre is seeking an experienced Administrator to be the glue that holds everything together in this dynamic part-time role.  

If you are an experienced Administrator or know of someone who is and think they would like to apply for this role, please CLICK ON the link below to find out more.  Applications including your covering letter and curriculum vitae should be sent to:

 

Reverend Michael Hughes, General Secretary

General Synod Office - The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand & Polynesia

gensecm@anglicanchurch.org.nz

 

Applications close 3pm, Friday, 18th January 2019

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS ROLE GO TO - http://www.anglican.org.nz/News/Vacancies/Council-for-Anglican-Womens-Studies-Administrator   

19/12/2018

25/01/2019

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