Diocese Hiring Part Time Admin

Paid, part-time administrative ministry opportunity

The Diocese of Rupert’s Land, Anglican Lutheran Centre, is seeking an Accounting Clerk/Office Support Person.

  • Part-time (12 hours per week) shared (approx. 70%-30%) between the Finance department and the General Office administration.

  • Processing of Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable including cheque preparation, donation database and third party liability

  • General administrative support to the office and other staff including reception, word processing, filing, data entry, updating databases, and meeting preparation.


  • A self-starter with a high degree of accuracy and ability to take direction and learn tasks

  • Experience with accounting software

  • Experience with Microsoft office applications – particularly Word, Excel, and Access

  • Ability to work independently and as part of the office team

  • Personable, respects confidentiality, enjoys helping others

  • Comfortable working in the office of a spiritually-based organization. (Familiarity with the Anglican Church is an asset.)

  • Criminal Record Check

The staff of the Diocesan Centre work hard to create a supportive, encouraging work environment for all. They value being able to appreciate and support one another in their daily work. The staff see their job/ministry as integral to the ongoing ministry and mission of the congregations and members of the Diocese of Rupert’s Land.
Please send resumé to [email protected] or mail to Anglican Lutheran Centre, 935 Nesbitt Bay, Winnipeg, MB R3T 1W6 along with wage expectation.
Closing date for receipt of applications is Thursday May 19, 2016, with interview scheduled in the following week.


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