Welcome to our recruitment pages. The work undertaken at the Secretariat of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales and its Agencies and Offices encompasses a wide range of issues and touches on many aspects of the life of the Church and of society. More than 40 people are employed by the Bishops’ Conference to support the Bishops. We recognise and value the commitment and considerable expertise of each member of staff. We aim to foster this commitment to ensure that the Gospel is the inspiration for all that we do.

The Bishops’ Conference, through its administrative and legal wing CaTEW, aims to be a good employer, promoting a safe and congenial working environment where all are treated with respect and dignity. CaTEW is committed to developing and training staff so that best practice can be shared across the different parts of CaTEW and together we can give of our best in the service of the Church. We are an equal opportunities employer.

Current Vacancies

When we post vacancies on this site, they will appear in the menu on the left hand side of this page. As well as job opportunities at the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales, we will, on occasion, add job postings for our agencies and affiliates.

16/05/2017 12:00 pm

Birmingham Communications

It is an exciting time to join the Archdiocese of Birmingham, as they recruit for two new full time posts; Head of Communications & Community Engagement (Salary: £34,000 to £40,000 p.a.) & Press & Media Relations Officer (£27,000 to £31,000 p.a.)


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26/11/2015 12:00 pm

Executive Assistant for the Department for International Affairs

We are currently advertising for an Executive Assistant to work in our International Affairs department. The salary for this role will be £25,000 per annum. The Executive Assistant will be responsible administratively for a range of international public policy issues. There will be a particular focus on migration, refugees, and human trafficking, especially through supporting the Santa Marta Group. The role, as part of a small team, will also involve some policy work and it is expected that the Executive Assistant will have the opportunity to develop skills and experience in the Department’s work areas.

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