Derby Cathedral is looking to take on an apprentice verger - the first appointment of its kind in the country.
Vergers help the clergy in conducting services and welcoming visitors, but also perform more functional duties such as looking after the church and its possessions.
The Diocese is working with Derby College to find a young person suitable for the role. The successful candidate will get paid £151.60 a week and gain a Church of England Guild of Vergers diploma at the end of the one year apprenticeship.
The deadline for applications is 15th January.
Video courtesy of Derby Cathedral Peregrine Project.
One of the falcons which nests at Derby Cathedral laid an egg this morning.
The moment was captured by web cams positioned over the falcon's nest - it happened just after 00:30.
She normally lays around four eggs a year.
In the early hours of this morning, Derby Cathedral's Peregrine Falcon laid her first egg of 2014.
Peregrine Falcon eggs are a deep reddish-brown colour.
Last year falcon fans had to wait until April 3rd for the first egg and this year she is one day later than 2008, when she laid on March 28th.
The earliest ever date was in 2009 when she laid on March 23rd.
Cathedrals and choristers go hand in hand in England - the lone voice of a young choirboy perhaps one of the most beautiful musical sounds. But as youngsters grow and voices change, it's a constant effort to keep choirs' numbers up.
At Derby Cathedral the hunt is on for new members - Hannah Stokes went to see what it takes.
Dozens of bell ringers from across the Midlands were at Derby Cathedral today.
The sound of sixteen thousand individual bells could be heard across the city, which were rung by five teams from Nottingham, Derby, Birmingham, Leicester and York. They were taking part in the annual ten-bell ringing contest.
Derby Cathedral has welcomed bell-ringers from across the Midlands to compete in its annual 10-bell ringing contest.
Five teams have entered this year - Beeston (Nottingham), Birmingham, Derby, Leicester and York.
The bodies of six children who died in a house fire in Derby have been released for burial. The children aged between 5 and 13 all died from smoke inhalation. Their parents have been charged with murder but it's not yet known whether they'll attend the funeral later this month.