Clergy & Ministry Vacancies Children's Youth Ministy To see our current Youth Ministry posts please visit our Youth Ministry vacancies page. Clergy Vacancies Below are the current Clergy vacancies Priest in Charge (house for duty) Bradwell-on-Sea and St Lawrence These parishes seek a Priest to realise their vision for outreach and help them to continue to grow the congregations, particularly among younger generations and newcomers View vacancy > Priest in Charge Westcliff St Peter with St Cedd and the Saints of Essex These two parishes – one of which is in a Local Ecumenical Partnership – are looking for an incumbent who will minister among them in their churches, in the LEP and in their Youth Outreach Project View vacancy > Priest in Charge Mayland and Associate Priest of the Crouch Valley Parishes with particular responsibility for Latchingdon This is a new post, needing a pioneer who can re-grow the church in Mayland, while ministering in two rural churches. These are middle-of-the-road rural parishes on the Dengie Peninsula, east of Chelmsford View vacancy > Priest in Charge Laindon with Dunton An energetic and enthusiastic priest is sought to lead the ministry of an ancient parish church to a large community in Basildon New Town View vacancy > Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands and Priest in Charge Wickham Bishops, St Bartholomew with Little Braxted, St Nicholas An exciting and established dual role post. View vacancy > Rector - St Laurence Upminster Corbets Tey Road Mr W R Holden, the patron, and the Archdeacon of Barking seek for this substantial suburban parish of about 13,000 a new Rector in the Modern Catholic tradition to lead it into the next stage of parish life as it seeks to engage with the challenges of the current time. View vacancy > Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 > The Area Bishops hope that clergy considering a move will not be reluctant to make enquiries about any of the following vacant posts. Those seeking a move should consult their Area Bishop first. The process of finding a new incumbent will rarely take less than six months. Because of this, clergy houses will continue to be let, as appropriate, as part of our stewardship of all resources. See also the Clergy Appointments Adviser page on the Church of England web site. Terms and Conditions Applicants for parochial clergy posts should please note that, unless otherwise stated, posts are offered in accordance with the Chelmsford Diocesan Standard Terms of Appointment, a summary of which can be found here.