York Minster is an equal opportunities employer and the organisation's long-term aim is that the composition of our workforce should reflect that of the wider community. The organisation aims not to discriminate on grounds of social economic group; gender; race; colour; nationality; ethnic or racial origin; carer responsibilities; sexual orientation; disability; age; appearance; religious or political belief; trade union activity; or any other conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justified.
Vacancies within the Chapter of York are advertised on the web site and applicants are invited to register their interest in the position following the link on the web page.
If we do not have any current vacancies that suit your skills, please e-mail your details to email@example.com and we will contact you should a position occur that you may be interested in. Details will not be passed on to other organisations, will not be used for any other purpose and will be disposed of after 12 months.
Based at the Old Palace, York Minster
Hours: 7 hours / week – Tuesdays and others are required
York Minster invites everyone to share God’s love through our welcome, worship, learning and work.
The Chapter of York has an exciting opportunity for a Head Broderer to lead its team of highly skilled and friendly volunteer Broderers. Based at the Old Palace amongst the historic collections of York Minster, the job will involve providing supervision, specialist technical support and instruction to the Broderers’ volunteer group as they undertake embroidery projects at the request of the Chapter of York.
The ideal candidate will be a highly skilled embroiderer, able to work to an expert standard in accuracy and finish, with a proven experience and knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of embroidery, decoration and stitch techniques. Managerial experience, including the planning and management of projects, budgets, and experience of working with volunteers would be a distinct advantage.
The successful applicant must be a good communicator, able to provide training to volunteers and colleagues, and a recognised teaching qualification or equivalent teaching experience would be desirable.
Please see our website for application details or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Closing date Friday 18th July.
Interviews are scheduled for the week commencing Monday 28th July.
LABOURER – WORKS DEPARTMENT
Hours: 37.5 / week Salary: c. £17,264.46 p.a.
A vacancy has arisen working as a labourer as part of the historic Stoneyard of York Minster. Reporting to the Building and Services Manager, the successful candidate will be involved in general labouring tasks, assisting the team with the renovation work to the Minster and Minster Precinct.
Labouring experience on a construction site is essential; basic building and scaffolding skills, together with a driving license, are desirable.
This position is due to start as soon as possible.
For a detailed job description and information on how to register your interest in this role, please download the application pack below or contact Susan Hunt on email@example.com.
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 23rd July 2014 and interviews are scheduled for week beginning 28th July 2014.