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Executive Assistant to the Principal and Executive Director 

The Executive Assistant contributes to the work of Trinity College by supporting the college principal and the executive director in their leadership roles.

Trinity College is one of the largest theological colleges in Britain. We have approximately 200 students, full-time and part-time, about half of whom are preparing for ordained ministry in the Church of England. Our style of leadership is collaborative and reflects our desire to play to each others’ strengths and gifts and thereby to encourage excellent teamwork. We encourage a spirit of collaboration among our staff team, so that each person, though responsible in their own area, is ready to support a colleague when workload pressure builds up. You will have the opportunity to get to know many of our students in the course of your work and in the dining room, where we all gather for lunch each term-time week day. This is an exceptional opportunity to join a small friendly and appreciative college community and, for those interested in supporting the work of the Church, a unique vocational opportunity.

If you are interested in this post, please complete the application form and submit it by Monday 13 January 2020. Interviews are due to be held on Thursday 16 January.

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