The Church of England has a clergy appointments adviser. If you are looking for a full time post you can go and see him. He is particularly popular with priests working abroad who are looking to move back to England. At an interview he draws up a C.V. with you and he then sends your details to the bishops every month. This is a very good way of bringing your details to bishops especially as a lot of posts are never advertised in the church press, mainly due to the cost.
However, there is a problem. The one thing that the clergy appointment adviser insists upon before seeing you is that you have the full support of your current bishop.
You would have thought that this office would be ideal for providing help to those priests who have fell victim to the personal prejudices of their bishops. But, no, it's just another way that the Church of England makes sure that the bishops retain all power.
The Church of England and The Democratic People's Republic of Korea have a lot in common with each other.