Webteam: November 2018
Personal Assistant to the District Chair (part-time)
Manchester and Stockport Methodist District
Thank you for being interested in this new role. The work of a Chair of a Methodist District is very time demanding and the leadership of the District have identified that this role should be put in place to support the current Chair. For more information on the Manchester and Stockport District please go to: over 4 days, which will be flexible and may include occasional evening work.
Main Scope of Post
The main scope of this new post will be to provide direct support to the Chair of the Manchester and Stockport District.
To assist Chair in staying on top of priorities and responding to issues.
To maintain Chair's diary of appointments, and make appointments as required.
To prepare material for meetings in calendar, and brief the Chair on forthcoming appointments.
To convene meetings, preparing papers and agenda and circulating, and taking minutes when needed: MDR and supervision, and other meetings as needed (most District meetings already have a secretary).
How to apply:
If you are interested in this role, please visit our websites for more information:
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