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Vicars Choral (Tenor)

The Music department are currently recruiting for a Tenor Vicars Choral to join its outstanding musical tradition.

There is ample opportunity for teaching and business posts within the City of Liverpool which would enable applicants moving into the area to become full and active members of the Cathedral Choir. North Wales and the Lake District are easily accessible from Merseyside, and the city itself offers a wide variety of good educational and musical facilities.

Vicars Choral are to be present at five of the seven principal services each week, and at such rehearsals as are laid down in the timetable below. The only deviation is on Saints days and other Holy days of obligation where the commitment will be stated clearly on the advance diary.

They may also be required at any additional rehearsal which might be considered necessary, and again given in advance on the diary.

Find out more here

Closing date: 27th September

Volunteer Programme Lead

As part of the Micah Liverpool team the main aim of the role is to manage the Micah Liverpool Volunteer Programme. This role is based within Liverpool Cathedral.

The post holder will be responsible for recruitment of volunteers, volunteers attendance and completion rates, employability support and achieving job outcomes. The Programme Lead will also maintain relationships with partners including education providers and employers. There is also a need for the post holder to support volunteers who are using our IT facilities & carrying out job searches.

The right candidate will be someone who is a great ambassador with exceptional customer service skills and enjoys working with other team members and the wider team in the Cathedral.

  • To be responsible for all aspects of the delivery of the Micah Liverpool volunteer programme.
  • Be enthusiastic and professional and deliver a high standard of customer service at all times.
  • Display a positive “can do” attitude and look for more efficient and effective ways of working.
  • Building and maintaining good working relationships with employers and partners.
  • Contacting volunteers by phone, zoom/teams, e-mail or face-to-face.
  • Completing questionnaires and feedback forms with volunteers.
  • Carrying out one to one sessions with potential volunteers.
  • Recording personal details of volunteers.
  • Update and maintain volunteer information on database.
  • Maintaining confidentiality and handling sensitive information
  • An awareness of data protection legislation and processes.
  • Supporting volunteers with employability needs..
  • Maintaining an organised working environment for both colleagues and customers.
  • Operate in accordance with the Cathedral’s Health & Safety policies.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills when interacting with colleagues, partners, members of the congregation and visitors and at all times act as the Cathedral’s ambassador.
  • The post holder will undertake other relevant duties as may be requested from time to time and commensurate with the role.

Find out more about the role and apply here

Closing date: 14th September


Working in a unique building maintaining the electrical installations, the successful candidate will carry out installation and maintenance of electrical power supplies to the Cathedral (Commercial).

The role will also carry out the same functions for the Cathedral Estate ( Commercial) and Cathedral Housing (Residential) ensuring that all electrical works and alterations are in accordance with the relevant NICEIC Institute Electrical Engineers (IEE) and British Standards.

Some experience with lead cabling would be an advantage.

The main tasks of this role include:

  • Carrying out electrical testing and inspection and rectification/compliance works required under NICEIC including Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) and self – certifications.
  • Inspecting existing electrical systems, equipment and components to identify hazards, defects and the need for adjustment or repair and to ensure compliance.
  • Assemble, install, test, certify and maintain electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatus and fixtures.
  • Planning and carrying out electrical small projects and support multi-trade building projects.
  • Repairing or replacing distribution boards, electrical wiring, lighting, a wide variety of mechanical, electrical equipment and fixtures using hand tools and power tools to include minor building work and making good.
  • Diagnosing malfunctioning mechanical and electrical systems, apparatus and components using test equipment and hand tools to locate the cause of a breakdown and correct the problem.
  • Assisting the Clerk of Works in the compilation of Cathedral Asset Register and liaison with appointed Mechanical and Electrical Engineers and/or Insurers.
  • Undertaking other additional duties as might reasonably be requested by the Clerk of Works
  • Completion of relevant ongoing Safeguarding awareness and training.

Apply here and find out more

Closing date: 19th September 2021


Join our team of volunteers

If you have some spare time, why not join our volunteer team at Liverpool Cathedral? The skills, time and passion of our volunteers help make every encounter at Liverpool Cathedral special. So if you're interested in welcoming people to our building or helping us fundraise, please contact Jenny Moran. 

T: 0151 702 7284  


Find out more about our volunteers.


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