Thursday, July 24, 2014

Job with SPUC?

I have been asked to run this ad:

Want to work for a leading charity in the UK Pro-Life Movement?
Personal Secretary to the Chief Executive
A key role in building grassroots support for the pro-life movement in the UK
The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) is looking to recruit a Personal Secretary to the Chief Executive based at its London HQ. The post is part-time (15-25 hours per week, negotiable). The deadline for applications is Friday 15th August. Salary details available on request.
The role
Applicants must have an absolute commitment to the pro-life cause, experience working at director/board level and the ability to cope with a wide range of secretarial responsibilities.
Duties will include drafting letters, taking dictation, maintaining a filing system, assisting in making travel arrangements, photocopying and printing.
Candidates must have a good level of word-processing skill and possess the ability to take dictation. Shorthand skills are highly desirable.
You must also have excellent communication and organisational skills and enjoy working under pressure.
For more information or to receive an application form please contact Patrick Kingman.
Tel: 020 7091 7091


nickbris said...

Will they pay fares to work?

Pablo the Mexican said...

We have a ton of those in Mexico.

They are called "Los Fieles"

The Faithful.

Their reward is in Heaven and they humbly serve Our Lady and her Son.

May God our Lord in His infinite and supreme goodness be pleased to give us His abundant grace, that we may know His most holy will, and entirely fulfill it.

Santa María de Guadalupe
Esperanza nuestra, salva nuestra patria y conserva nuestra Fe.


Anonymous said...

May I bring to the attention of Irish readers, the Prolife organisation, Gianna Care, which is looking for new volunteers? See contact details at Thank you.

Nicolas Bellord said...

It is reported that in Gaza a child is killed every hour.

Back here 500 unborn children are killed every day.

Adulio said...

Pablo - "los fieles" also have bills to pay for too. The church doesn't run on "Ave Marias" you know.

Pablo the Mexican said...

"...Pablo - "los fieles" also have bills to pay for too. The church doesn't run on "Ave Marias" you know..."

Yes it does.

Commit your family to the Kingdom of Christ or serve the world.

Do you have any idea how many spare bedrooms people have in their homes, and how many people live alone in big houses?

Conceptualize that.

Mexicans are a very different breed.

We don't need no stinkin' worldly trinkets.

¡Viva Cristo Rey!


Liam Ronan said...

Dear Father Blake,

I remember in the late 60s when the DJ on the radio wanted to slip away from the airwaves for an extended period of time he would invariably play the complete track of "In a Gadda da Vida" by Iron Butterfly.

Is this latest post your "In a Gadda da Vida" moment, Father?

Just jesting, of course.

John Vasc said...

We should also mention the very deserving charity Good Counsel Network UK, which works in tandem with SPUC. Good Counsel gives practical and moral assistance to pregnant women, and holds prayer vigils at abortion clinics.

They are always very grateful for donations and volunteers.

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