Clergy & Ministry Vacancies Team Vicar Little Parndon harlow and deanery Missioner Town Centre Harlow Team Vicar and Local Missioner Deanery of Harlow, Chelmsford Diocese A leader for St Mary's Little Parndon and local missioner in the deanery of Harlow View vacancy > The Bishop of Bradwell’s adviser for Communications Bishop John’s Communications Adviser supports the Area Bishop and Area Team through the creative and effective use of all forms of media in their primary tasks of proclaiming the Gospel and in encouraging the churches of the Bradwell Area in mission View vacancy > The Bishop of Bradwell’s adviser for Liturgy Bishop John’s Liturgical Adviser is involved with special services and with services in which the Bishop is taking part; in particular with confirmations, licensings and ordinations View vacancy > Priest in Charge (team vicar designate) of Thundersley, St Peter and St. Michael & All Angels A new team ministry is proposed by joining the parish of Thundersley and Daws Heath, with the neighbouring two Hadleigh parishes, which already share a priest. The team vicar will be based in Thundersley and the team rector in Hadleigh. This then is an opportunity to forge a new team ministry View vacancy > Priest in Charge (team rector designate) of St James the Less and St Barnabas, Hadleigh A new team ministry is proposed by joining the two Hadleigh parishes, which already share a priest, with the neighbouring parish of Thundersley and Daws Heath. The team rector will be based in Hadleigh and the team vicar in Thundersley. This then is an opportunity to forge a new team ministry View vacancy > Youth Leader St Mark’s Church, Beckton E6 5YA This vacancy is with St Mark’s, Beckton and the successful applicant will be employed by St Mark’s Parochial Church Council, St Mark’s C of E Church Beckton, East London. 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.