Diocese of Wrexham Job Vacancy

A job vacancy has become available within the Diocese of Wrexham, see below for more details on how you can apply.

Diocese of Wrexham

Marriage and Family Life Worker Vacancy

Due to the impending retirement of the current post-holder, the Diocese is seeking to recruit a new
Marriage and Family Life worker.

This role is part time (0.5 fte) and home based. £26974 pro rata & NEST pension scheme

The post holder will work in conjunction with the Marriage and Family Life Commission, the Bishop and
clergy of the Diocese of Wrexham to bring pastoral, family friendly, welcoming initiatives to the Parish
communities of our Diocese to help to support its vision of being a family of families. This will include
delivery of regular Diocesan events including the Advent Family Day and Celebration of Marriage and
Married Life. They will also liaise with marriage and family life workers from other dioceses,
organisations and volunteers supporting marriage and family life ministry both within the Diocese and
nationally. They will represent the Diocese at a national level at marriage and family life events.

The individual we seek will be a practicing Catholic. They will be organised and able to work
independently and will be a good communicator with facilitation skills. They will be able to work flexibly
to meet the needs of the Parishes, which may include evenings and weekends. They will need their own
transport and a mileage allowance is paid. A laptop and mobile phone is provided.

It is hoped that the successful candidate will commence their employment in July 2022 to allow for an
induction period alongside the current post-holder.

For more information about this role, please contact Margaret Hinton on mfl@rcdwxm.org.uk

To apply for the post please contact Rebecca Garratt at the Curial office, Bishop’s House, Sontley Road,
Wrexham, LL13 7EW. businessmanager@rcdwxm.orrg.uk

Closing Date: 19 April 202

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