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.
York Minster invites everyone to discover God’s love through our welcome, worship, learning and work.
The Chapter of York employ a huge variety of people in many professional areas. We are a team of people within the Church of England who maintain and open to all the Metropolitical Cathedral of St Peter in the Northern Province which is better known as York Minster. The York Minster Stoneyard is one of the largest in the country, and is regarded as a centre of excellence for many traditional crafts and modern trades including masonry, carving, carpentry, plumbing and managing our own telephony and technology systems.
We have exciting projects with the stained glass and stonework in the South Quire Aisle, upgrading and maintaining the properties of the Cathedral Precinct. We are planning to create a sensory garden and implementing a state of the art ticketing system in 2017 alongside several other projects.
We are fully committed to developing people and their skills through a series of Apprenticeships and are pleased to announce that applications are being invited in the following areas:
To find details of closing dates please download the appropriate application pack. To apply please complete an application form and equality and diversity monitoring form and return them to firstname.lastname@example.org or via post marked private and confidential to Victoria Imada, HR and Volunteering Administrator, Church House, 10 – 14 Ogleforth, York, YO1 7JN