Office secretary, Mothers’ Union

Published: March 13, 2020

Office Secretary

Mothers’ Union in the Diocese of Gloucester is looking to appoint a general office worker for 10 hours per week.

This role entails working in the Mothers’ Union office in Central Gloucester,

on Tuesdays and Fridays, from 10am to 3pm, term time only.

Attendance at other meetings may be asked for on up to eight occasions during the year.

Mothers’ Union is an equal opportunities employer.

Salary is offered at the current living wage pro-rata.

The successful applicant needs to:

  • be computer literate with experience of Word and Excel
  • be able to take minutes at meetings
  • be able to work on own initiative
  • Possess a good telephone manner and have a friendly and welcoming demeanor, since the role involves being the public face of Mothers’ Union.
  • Undertake other tasks, from time to time, as directed by the Trustee Board

Membership of Mothers’ Union, at this stage is not a necessity, but the successful candidate must be sympathetic to working for a Christian organisation and acquiring knowledge about Mothers’ Union will be expected.

To express an interest and obtain a full job description for this role, or if there are any queries, please email:

           Diocesan President, (Kay Hensley) or

          Trustee for Governance and Finance, (Margaret Edwards)

Mothers’ Union Office:  7a Millers Green, Gloucester. GL1 2BN

Charity Number.  249912

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Mothers’ Union is a Christian organisation that has been supporting families worldwide for over 140 years. Started by our founder Mary Sumner in 1876 in her local parish in Winchester, we have flourished into an international charity with over 4 million members in 84 countries.

As a Christian membership charity, we aim to demonstrate our faith in action through the transformation of communities worldwide. Our members work at grassroots level around the world bringing hope and practical support to millions of people every year through our parenting, literacy, and community development programmes and as part of the volunteer base of local churches.

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