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Salesforce Administrator in Training
Wycliffe Bible Translators / Oxford
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £23,000 - £26,000 pa

Aims of the role

The Salesforce Administrator in Training will be a curious and disciplined individual, able to communicate data effectively to non-technical people.

You will be the Supporter Relations team’s go-to person for the Salesforce database which we use to process donations, report on trends, and communicate effectively with Wycliffe supporters.
You will be given full Salesforce training so that you can reach the level of a Salesforce Certified Administrator within 18 months.

Key tasks

Working as part of the Supporter Relations team, and adhering to all departmental procedures, the Salesforce Administrator in Training will:

  • Producing data to ensure our mailings go to the right people on time
    • Liaising with internal stakeholders and external mailing houses
    • Segmenting the data so that individuals receive the messages most relevant to them
    • In compliance with GDPR and PECR
  • Communicating data to inform decision making
    • Generating easy-to-read reports and dashboards that tell a clear story, that show progress against KPIs, and can be used to identify trends
    • Understanding and delivering the reports that internal stakeholders need in order to achieve success for the organisation
    • Informing strategy at the highest level of the organisation through delivering reports for the Board of Trustees
    • Identify and prioritise areas of focus for reporting
    • Using Google and Facebook analytics to produce reports and identify trends
  • Training and upskilling Salesforce Champions
    • Training new and existing Salesforce users, but focussing efforts on the Champions within Wycliffe, so that teams can achieve their goals without dependence on your capacity
    • Creating workflows and processes that help anyone to use Salesforce for what they need
  • Develop Salesforce on an ongoing basis to meet the changing needs of the organisation
    • Seeking to identify and solve felt needs by:
      • Creating user stories
      • Developing, delegating or outsourcing solutions within Salesforce with the support of the IT team and external consultants
      • Overseeing testing
      • Successfully deploying live solutions
    • Identifying areas where Salesforce and its associated processes can be more efficient and less complex, constantly improving its reputation within the organisation
    • Ensuring high levels of data quality
    • Investing in your own development

Skills and experience

Essential
  • Someone who is curious
  • A high level of focus and discipline
  • Self-starter and a keen learner
  • An aptitude for managing data as evidenced by a high level of comfort working with MS Excel/Google sheets
  • Able to communicate data through charts and reports
  • Able to articulate complex or technical information to non-technical people both verbally and in writing
  • Attention to detail, placing an importance on accuracy
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Analytical and problem solving skills
  • Able to prioritise workload and manage multiple deadlines
  • Desire to improve processes and pursue clarity
  • Adaptable and able to learn new skills
Desirable
  • Experience of managing a CRM
  • Experience working with databases
  • An active Trailhead account with badges and points
  • Networking skills, so as to identify peers in other organisations for mutual learning

Your application should be sent to the resourcing team at resourcing@wycliffe.org.uk by 9am on May 4th 2021 . All applications will be treated as confidential.

Thank you for considering this role and please join us in prayer as we seek God’s wisdom in appointing the right candidate for this post.

Closing date: 09:00:00 on 4 May 2021
Operations Coordinator/PA
St Barnabas - Woodside Park / North Finchley, London N12
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £26,000 - £29,000 pa

St Barnabas is a vibrant charismatic evangelical church, with a very multicultural membership and a dynamic missional outlook. As a Diocese of London resource church, we are positioning ourselves to become a major church-planting and mission centre to reach North London and beyond. We have an exciting opportunity opening up for a high-capacity individual to join our dynamic operations team, a key ministry at St Barnabas at a pivotal time in our journey, and to serve as PA to our Vicar.  

We want our staff team to reflect the diversity of our membership, and particularly welcome applications from people of the global majority.  

There is an Occupational Requirement under the Equality Act 2010 for the applicant to be a committed Christian. 
 
St Barnabas is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. All post holders and volunteers are expected to share this commitment. Any offer of employment will be subject to the individual demonstrating the right to work in the UK, and completing satisfactory pre-employment checks, including a satisfactory Enhanced DBS with Barred List Check or for non-UK residents, a satisfactory criminal record check or Certificate of Good Conduct.  

Interview Date: Thursday 6 May

Completed applications and enquiries to:

Siming Hill: siminghill@stbarnabas.co.uk

Tel: 020 8343 5783

Closing date: 9am on 26 April 2021
Operations Support Coordinator
Manchester City Mission / Salford
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £22,932 pa

Manchester City Mission is looking for a diligent, enthusiastic and motivated person to fill the role of Operations Support Coordinator.  The successful candidate will assist the mission Director by coordinating some of the operation support tasks of the charity.  This is a full time role covering 37.5 hours per week over 5 days Monday to Friday.

Tasks include:

  • Writing, and coordination of, fundraising applications
  • H+S administration
  • Monitoring our CCTV system
  • Writing and preparing content for our website, newsletter, social media etc.
  • Policy writing and coordination

This office-based role carries an occupational requirement that the applicant has a living Christian faith and agrees in full with the Evangelical Alliance’s Statement of Faith.

Manchester City Mission is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults and children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Janet Durose
Manchester City Mission
Windsor Christian Centre
Churchill Way
Salford  M6 5BU
 
Office phone - 0161 736 7959
Closing date: 5pm on 30 April 2021
Digital Content and Production Officer
Highfield Church / Southampton
Part-time, Temporary / Salary / £11,440 pa

You are skilled at using creative DIGITAL content to communicate with everyone

You understand how to deliver OUTSTANDING CONTENT across multiple digital platforms

You want to INSPIRE people by the media you help to produce

We are a thriving evangelical and charismatic Anglican Church and you can be the person who can help us fulfil God’s vision for our community. Over the last year, we have been rapidly developing our digital content strategy. Our online services are just one of the many ways we can have a presence online and build a digital community (which sits alongside our physical community). 

We value the significance of this growing digital community as well as the opportunity online media provides in reaching the unchurched and de-churched. We also recognise the opportunity that digital content provides to develop discipleship within our existing community. 

The Digital Content and Production Officer will work closely with the existing high calibre team and take responsibility for the aligned creation and delivery of content across all our digital channels in order to grow our community, increase the reach of our ministry and ensure the smooth production of our services and events streamed online.

This is a newly created role and there is huge opportunity for you to help to shape the role and the strategy.

For you to have the skills to thrive in this position, you need to have experience in the following areas: 

  • Comms work
  • Creating Social Media Content
  • Running Audio-Visual-Lighting ops
  • Video Editing
  • Adobe Suite or similar
  • Project Management

A personal Christian faith consistent with our Church is essential for this role.

This role is a fixed one-year contact that we aim to renew, 20 hours per week with varied daytime, evening and weekend work. We’re offering a starting salary of £11,440 per annum (£11 per hour) as well as a contributory pension scheme.

Are we for you? Are you for us? Is this God bringing us together?

For full details on this position, including the Person Specification, Job Description and an Application Pack, please visit www.highfield.church/digital 

If you have any questions please contact Highfield Church Office on 023 8055 8234 or operations@highfield.church

Closing date: 09:00:00 on 30 April 2021
Digital Marketing Assistant
The Leprosy Mission Trading / Peterborough
Full-time, Temporary / Salary / Circa £23,000 pa

As a member of The Leprosy Mission Trading team, you will be working with fun and lively people who celebrate achievements and support each other. Alongside a demanding workload, we’re part of something amazing, changing people’s lives, and there is nothing more rewarding than that!

The Leprosy Mission (TLM) International is a leading international Christian development organisation with over 140 years’ experience and is part of the TLM worldwide family. TLM serves the poorest of the poor raising funds to provide life-changing healthcare, education, training, housing, clean water and job opportunities for people who have only ever known suffering and rejection.

The Leprosy Mission Trading (TLMT) is 100% owned by The Leprosy Mission International. It exists as a marketing tool for The Leprosy Mission – to raise funds and awareness for the charity by selling a range of products through its mail order and growing online ordering operation. TLMT’s objectives include raising awareness of The Leprosy Mission and its work by transacting with supporters, selling branded TLM items and introducing new people to TLM and its work. It raises funds through its profits, as well as selling ‘Gifts for Life’ and donations added to orders, while selling products made by people affected by leprosy. Our artisan product range supports people affected by leprosy socially and economically, helping them lead a dignified life, whilst demonstrating one area of rehabilitation work TLM is involved with.

Working alongside the Digital Marketing & CRM Manager, you will have experience in designing and running successful digital marketing campaigns (email and/or social media). In addition to proven creativity and you will have experience of working with Mailchimp, Campaign Monitor or similar platforms. Relevant voluntary experience is equally valuable i.e. successful publicity and marketing for a student society or charity. This role will provide the job holder with insight to the whole business including sourcing products from resource poor countries to managing third party suppliers.

TLM Trading has a zero-tolerance policy towards any abuse, neglect and exploitation of all people. Successful candidates are expected to understand, sign and comply with all organisational policies, including the Global Code of Conduct and the Global Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults Policy. Recruitment to roles within TLM Trading includes, in particular, criminal record checks and the collection of relevant references. A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from joining us as an employee this will depend on the circumstances of any offences. TLM is an explicitly Christian charity, and therefore empathy with our Christian ethos is essential. In addition, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a work health assessment questionnaire.

To apply, and for more information on our Digital Marketing Assistant role, together with the work of TLM Trading, please visit our website via the apply button.

Interview date: 10 May 2021 (Peterborough)

The Leprosy Mission Trading is committed to diversity and welcomes applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community. Qualified people from BAME backgrounds or living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply. (UK Registered Charity No: 1076356.)

Closing date: 09:00:00 on 27 April 2021
Digital Communications Project Worker - Guildford
Friends International / Guildford
Full-time, Temporary / Salary with some personal support / £27,324 pa

Friends International is an evangelical mission agency dedicated to supporting and equipping UK churches to reach international students for Christ. We currently have 75 Field Staff and Associates working in 41 university towns and cities across the UK. We are looking for an additional Staff Worker in Guildford, who is passionate about students from all over the world getting to know Jesus, excited about digital communications and the potential to reach many, and bursting with new ideas on how to do so. 

Reporting to the Centre Team Leader, you will fulfil a vital role in helping and equipping local churches to develop international student ministries in the city. This will involve developing and enabling the delivery of a range of projects that have the potential to reach all international students and strengthen the capacity of local churches to respond to the opportunities. The focus will be on the innovative use of social media to engage with international students and churches. The post-holder will have a key role in shaping projects as experience develops. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the national work of the ministry through the development of resources and sharing learning. As a member of the Friends International Guildford Branch team you will also participate in the range of activities that support evangelism and the mobilising of volunteers and churches. You will be:

  • An effective communicator
  • Committed to pursuing unity and building bridges across the evangelical spectrum
  • Educated to degree level or its equivalent
  • Passionate about cross-cultural ministry 
  • A visionary able to prioritise and think strategically
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Skills in using and developing social media
  • A self-starter, able to manage time and resources well
  • An active member of your local church
  • Willing to raise personal support from churches and individuals

Hours: Full-time, two year position with potential of extension.

Salary: £29,135 for a 35-hour week. A portion of the salary and related costs is to be raised by the applicant through mission giving.

Closing date for applications is 09.30 on 30th April 2021.

For more information please email your CV and covering letter to:

Email: recruitment@friendsinternational.uk

Friends International, All Nations Christian College, Easneye, Ware, Herts, SG12 8LX  Tel: 01920 460006                    

Closing date: 09.30 on 30 April 2021
Communications and Marketing Manager (maternity cover)
Global Connections / Leamington Spa, Warks (currently remote)
Full-time, Temporary / Salary / £23,000 - £27,000pa

It’s a time of huge opportunity at Global Connections. And we’re looking for a creative, pro-active, highly motivated, flexible and experienced communications person to help us grow a stronger and more connected UK network for world mission.

If you would enjoy the challenge and responsibility of delivering our communications / marketing and social media strategies, and would relish the chance to lead on the production of clear, creative, engaging and tailored high quality communications content, maximising opportunities across all channels - then this could be the role for you.

To excel in this role, you will have a high degree of organisational, coordination and administrative skills, be able to act on your own initiative and manage your own workload, manage multiple projects simultaneously, and meet agreed timescales and deadlines. With excellent written communication skills, together with a degree or professional qualification in communications or marketing (or relevant working knowledge of communications and marketing), you will have a strong understanding of multi-channel marketing and communications and be ready to take a lead in engaging non-communications colleagues in the communications process. A personal commitment to and interest in world mission would be ideal.

There is an occupational requirement for the postholder to be a committed Christian, in full agreement with the Global Connections Doctrinal Statement, and committed to the vision, aims and ethos of Global Connections.

This role is full-time at 37.5 hours per week and will be available from late May / early June 2021 for 12 months initially (with the possibility of it being extended), whilst the current Communications and Marketing Manager is on Maternity Leave.

The position would normally be based at our office in Leamington Spa, but will involve homeworking whilst the office is closed due to Covid-19.

  • Salary: in the range £23,000 - £27,000 dependant on demonstrable skills, experience and success in the areas needed.
  • Closing date: Tuesday 20th April  2021 at 9:00am.
  • Shortlisting will take place on Thursday 22nd April 2021.
  • Interviews will take place on Wednesday 28th April 2021.

Want to know more about the role and responsibilities? Download the job description and person specification below.

For any further information please contact Sandy Morgan at recruitment@globalconnections.org.uk

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Kate Hodge at khodge@globalconnections.org.uk to arrange a time.

To apply, please complete the application form and return to Sandy Morgan at recruitment@globalconnections.org.uk by 9:00am on Tuesday 20th April 2021.

Closing date: 9:00am on 20 April 2021
Communications Director
WEC International / Coventry, West Midlands
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support

Help set the communications strategy for the mission work of WEC UK. Take the lead in developing strong intriguing campaigns and messaging. Help provide WEC UK with a voice that clearly communicates our values, goals and objectives. Represent WEC UK to the outside world. Work closely with our Media and Communications team to provide inspiring resources, campaigns, literature, websites and film. Help WEC to maintain standards of presentation to the UK public, and help us maintain our corporate identity accross all platforms.

Keep up to date with the missions scene in the UK and worldwide, by listening to the national church, other mission agencies and our international leadership. Experience of dealing with the Press, giving interviews, and writing press releases would be useful. Key working relationships: the UK leadership team, the Head of Mobilising, the Media and Communications team leader, and our ministry team leaders. Do you have communication experience? Then we need you!

Commitment 2+ years. This position is unsalaried, as all WEC personnel look to God to provide their personal needs. WEC ref 11638

We would love to meet you. If you let us know where in the UK or Ireland you are currently living, we could put you in touch with your nearest local WEC Mobiliser. They will be able to arrange someone to meet with you, to explain the application process, give you more details about any specific opportunity, and help you to pray through your options.

Closing date: 31 December 2022
Outreach Manager
Noahs Ark Christian Pre-School / Buckhurst Hill, Essex
Full-time, Permanent / Local salary / £25,000 - £28,000 pa

Outreach Manager

If 2020 has taught us one thing, it is that the power of community support and engagement is essential.   That is why we are looking for an Outreach Manager to pioneer and implement the vision of a Christian Community hub in Buckhurst Hill.

Building on an existing successful Christian pre-school, the hub will aim to offer a range of high quality and cost-effective services that will serve the needs of all members of the community from the youngest to the oldest. Through parent and toddler groups, kids clubs, food banks, debt counselling and benefits advice, our Christian Community hub will endeavour to cater for all needs.

The full-time position based from St Stephen’s church in Buckhurst Hill, will provide a holistic service for members of the Buckhurst Hill community. We are looking for someone who is a visionary leader with an ability to get things done and with a love in your heart for the wellbeing of the people and families.

If you have a strong Christian ethos, tenacity and determination to secure the delivery of services by bringing together the expertise and charity of local professionals and businesses, then this could be for you.

We can offer you flexible working, 25 days paid holiday plus bank holidays and a salary IRO of £25-£28K for the right candidate.

Interview date: w/b March 8th 2021.

 

For further details including job description and application form contact:

Jo Hazell (Pre School Administrator)

 info@noahspreschool.org.uk

For an informal discussion about the post contact:

Joy Barter (chair of Pre School) on 07778 778026 or joybarter57@gmail.com

Closing date: 17.00 on 26 February 2021
Mission Outreach Team Roles
London City Mission / London
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £30,000 - £45,000 pa

London City Mission is recruiting mission outreach Team Leaders, a Ministry Leader and Missionaries to live, work and worship in various locations across London. We estimate that one in three Londoners, that’s roughly 3 million people are unlikely to hear the gospel in their lifetime. These are the people who are unlikely to have a Christian friend to invite them to church, or introduce them to the hope they can find in Jesus Christ. They are people who may be homeless, people from other faith backgrounds and people living on some of London’s most deprived estates, including older people as well as children and youth.

We are convinced more than ever that LONDON NEEDS JESUS!

We are seeking committed followers of Jesus with urban outreach experience in one or more of the Mission’s five specialism areas:

■    Children, Youth & Schools
■    Council Estates & Seniors Ministries
■    Diaspora
■    Homeless & Marginalised
■    Islam & Other Religions

The successful candidates will have a love for the least reached and marginalised people groups of London; a track record in evangelism in hard-to-reach communities; and the ability to inspire others in churches across a geographical area to get involved in ministry. They will work in teams to help map the needs of their area and equip others to do outreach amongst the people groups there. They will also contribute to outreach strategy regionally and pan-London using their specialism experience. Team Leader and Ministry Leader candidates will need to be able to demonstrate excellent people management skills and the ability to spearhead outreach in difficult to reach communities.

If you have the passion, gifting and skills we are looking for, and have a strong desire to reach some of the least-reached communities of London with the good news of Jesus Christ, follow this link for further information about all available roles and to download an application pack:

Join us | Get Involved | London City Mission (lcm.org.uk)

There is a general occupational requirement that the people appointed be evangelical Christians.

First interviews will take place on 17th, 18th & 19th May 2021. Shortlisted candidates will need to be available on all dates, but will only be needed for one date, according to scheduling. 
 
Second interviews will be held in early June 2021. 

If you have the passion, gifting and skills we are looking for, and have a strong desire to reach some of the least-reached communities of London with the good news of Jesus Christ, follow this link for further information about all available roles and to download an application pack:

If you have any questions about these roles, please contact the HR department by email at: recruitment@lcm.org.uk.

https://www.lcm.org.uk/get-involved/join-our-team 

Total remuneration comprises salary plus housing provided by the Mission in the geographical area of work. Please follow the link to our website above for full details of roles available, requirements and full salary details.

Closing date: 12:00pm on 4 May 2021
Director of Ministries
London City Mission / Central London
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £60,000 - £65,000 pa

LONDON NEEDS JESUS!

  • Are you a gospel-focussed, missional leader with pastoral skills to develop a frontline missional team?
  • Do you have a passion to shape cross-cultural urban mission strategy, and contribute to the operational leadership of over 100 London based mission workers?
  • Does progressing our strategy to build strong partnerships with churches and para-church organisations to reach the least reached people groups and communities in London with the gospel excite you?

At London City Mission our vision is to see a growing and flourishing Church in our city, that is envisioned, equipped and enabled to share the love of God and good news of Jesus Christ with the least reached communities in London and we’re looking for Director of Ministries to help us realise this important vision.

About you

You will be a committed, evangelical Christian. You will be able to demonstrate deep ministry experience in one or more of LCM’s specialist ministry areas to people who are homeless/marginalised, those in socially deprived communities as well as people from non-Christian faith backgrounds. You will have a track record in researching, developing, leading and evaluating missional methodology and ministry plans in cross-cultural urban mission contexts. You will be committed to cross-departmental collaboration and excellent people leadership to support and deliver LCM’s strategic goals. You will be able contribute significantly to the Christian spiritual leadership of the Mission in corporate, departmental and team contexts. There is an Occupational Requirement that the person appointed be an evangelical Christian. For further information and to download an application pack please go to: www.lcm.org.uk/joinourteam

Location: Based at our central London Office at 175 Tower Bridge Road, with flexible and working from home options and with travel as needed – temporarily working from home during the Covid pandemic

Salary range: £45-£50k commensurate with experience plus housing.

Christian Fielder - Director of  People and Organisational Development   

email: christian.fielder@lcm.org.uk

Closing date: 12.00 noon on 16 April 2021
Cross-cultural Church Planter
WEC International / Many cities across England and Northern Ireland
Full-time, Permanent, , Temporary, Part-time, Permanent, , Temporary / Personal support

Work with WEC's Neighbours Worldwide team to evangelise and disciple people of other religions in a city centre in England or Northern Ireland. WEC aims to always partner with existing local churches to help them reach out to Muslim, Hindu and Sikh people. This would entail a variety of culturally appropriate methods of outreach, and discipling new believers one-to-one and through Bible study groups. WEC's Neighbours Worldwide teams work alongside local churches, to make contact door-to-door, distribute DVDs, give hospitality, run a playgroup or charity shop, or start Bible study groups. Take these opportunities to engage local church congregations in the work.

Use other innovative ways to share the gospel with those of other religions and cultures. Teach English, particularly the skills of writing, reading, listening and comprehension, to different ethnic groups. Educate them up to a level set by the UK Government to obtain UK citizenship, or help them gain employment. Initially for two or three mornings a week, but there is the demand for more. Respond to invitations to visit families in their homes.

Have you considered moving your job to work in an environment where you are more likely to rub shoulders and get to know those of other cultures? Join our Extra Mile network ministry!

WEC UK is now working in fourteen cities: Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Burnley, Derby, Gloucester, Hull, Leicester, Manchester, North London, Walsall, Wolverhampton and York with other cities also offering an open door.

You will need a heart and calling to befriend and reach people of other religions. Previous experience in relating to people of these cultures is very desirable. Good knowledge of Islam, Hinduism or Sikhism would be a definite asset. Previous experience in pioneer evangelism amongst Muslim people groups would be ideal. You have the passion to stimulate churches to gain a vision for mission. Training at a reputed Bible College is an advantage.

These positions are unsalaried, as all WEC personnel look to God to provide their personal needs. Be willing to commit to at least 3 months. Read stories about Neighbours Worldwide: wec-uk.org/stories/neighbours-worldwide.

We would love to meet you. If you let us know where in the UK or Ireland you are currently living, we could put you in touch with your nearest local WEC Mobiliser. They will be able to arrange someone to meet with you, to explain the application process, give you more details about any specific opportunity, and help you to pray through your options.

Closing date: 31 December 2021
CEO
CARE / London
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / circa £70,000 pa

CARE’s mission is to be a voice for truth in the public square, by bringing uniquely Christian insight to the policies and laws that affect or lives. Our vison is to see a culture where the life of every human being, from conception to natural end, is respected and upheld.

We are seeking an ambitious and strategic new Chief Executive who can continue to lead and develop CARE in pursuit of our goals. The role is a varied one requiring an experienced Christian leader with a keen grasp of British politics and culture.

If you feel this could be you, please contact Jonathan Payne at Carnelian Search for a discussion. jonathan@carneliansearch.com

Closing date: 23.55 on 3 May 2021
Investment Manager
Stewardship / London, EC1Y 8AB
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / Up to £55,000 pa

An exciting opportunity has arisen to work as part of our growing Finance team, to help increase our capacity and capability to service and grow our high net-worth clients, alongside our award-winning Philanthropy Services team. We’re also looking for someone to help shape our own balance sheet for growth, and to achieve our financial goals and social mission simultaneously.

This is an exciting time to join Stewardship as our growth ambition, is to increase the flow of funds to churches and Christian charities to beyond £250 million a year by 2025, and to extend the joy of generosity to new generations.

As Investment Manager, your role will be critical, in achieving this mission – using your investment expertise to shape and develop our client investment offerings and broaden our capabilities to increasingly manage ethical, positive impact and social investment choices. This will be a role that will help you grow as a finance professional, a Christian and a leader, and if you’d love to use your skills to help increase the flows of generosity to the Church and Christian causes, get in touch.

Main responsibilities include:

  • Investment monitoring: Oversight of investments and monitoring – review return, risk, benchmark, fees, ethical performance and challenge where needed. Prepare reports for Philanthropy Services clients as necessary.
  • Investment manager relationship: Manage the investment manager relationships and liaise regarding reports, queries, exploring new investments etc.
  • Product development: Work to expand the suite of social and financial investment products available to our clients, conducting financial due diligence to identify potential opportunities.
  • Client interaction: The ability to build a credible, donor-facing rapport, in order for existing and new clients to explain their preferences, risk appetite and needs. The ability to investigate new options, help prepare client information and prepare proposals for Trustee approval, where appropriate.
  • Process Management: Overseeing all steps of the process from client decision to execution, acting as a key point of contact between Philanthropy and Finance teams.
  • Asset Allocation: Work, together with the CFO, on the optimal asset allocation of Stewardship’s balance sheet, balancing our liquidity needs, our desire to invest in Kingdom causes and the investment needs of our DAF (donor advised funds) account holders.
  • Responsible Stewardship: Promotion of our responsible investing ethos in networks beyond Stewardship (joining with other responsible investor groups) and holding asset managers to account.
  • Finance & Investment Committee: Assist with the preparation of papers and other documentation relating to the Committee and attend quarterly meetings.

 

Application process

Please complete your application online by clicking here.

You will need to provide a copy of your C.V, along with a covering letter that demonstrates what you would bring to the role, the organisation, and how you fulfil the occupational requirement.

For further information, please contact Kofo Abidemi - People, Culture & Place Administrator

Address: 1 Lamb’s Passage, London EC1Y 8AB

Telephone: 020 8502 5600 extension 307

Email: careers@stewardship.org.uk

Closing date: 9am on 21 April 2021
Finance Manager
Lifecentral Church / Halesowen, Dudley
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £12 per hour

Applications are invited for the position of Finance Manager at Lifecentral Church, Halesowen.

The Finance Manager is a key role in the organisation, responsible for ensuring a high level of financial support for staff members, elders, key volunteers, congregation and clients. The role will take the day-to-day lead in cash, banking, budgets, invoicing, gift-aid, reporting, giving and financial analysis.

It is a Genuine Occupational Requirement that the holder of the post is a practising Christian whose lifestyle is consistent with the values and doctrine of the Christian faith.

An Application Pack with full job details and how to apply can be found at www.lifecentralchurch.org.uk/vacancies

Please read the pack in full before applying.

For more information, please email Shaun Griffiths (Lifecentral Church Operations Manager) at shaun.griffiths@lifecentralchurch.org.uk

Closing date: 5pm on 18 April 2021
Practice Manager
Edward Connor Solicitors / Market Harborough
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / Competitive

Edward Connor Solicitors exists to provide Christ-centred legal expertise to churches and Christian charities. We are seeking a full-time Practice Manager passionate about helping us in this ministry.

The Practice Manager will play a key role, supporting and enabling our fee earners through ensuring effective day-to-day operation of the firm’s administration, finance and compliance functions.

This role has an occupational requirement that the job holder is a Christian in full agreement with our Basis of Faith.

 

Applications: Please email info@edwardconnor.com or call 01858 411568 to request an application pack, or ask for further details.

For further information please go to: www.edwardconnor.com/about/vacancies/

Closing date: 23:59:00 on 4 April 2021
Head of Finance & Operations
WEC International / Coventry, West Midlands
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support

We are looking for someone to head up our Finance & Operations Department to support the mission of WEC UK & Ireland. This is a unique opportunity to get involved with a large charity with over 250 personnel having an impact around the world. This is a key leadership role within WEC UK & Ireland, and you will be working closely with the UK senior management team.

You will be responsible for the oversight of financial management strategy and contribute to the development of the organisation’s strategic goals. Leading the Finance & Operations Department, you will: take responsibility for day-to-day team management; oversee the overall management of finances; advise the leadership on financial planning, budgeting, cash flow, investment priorities and policy matters; manage the annual budgeting process.; support budget holders about financial matters; liaise between the leadership, Board and auditors; represent WEC externally, in legal, finance and operations matters; ensure the forward planning of all property, legal, insurance and other related business matters; ensure legal compliance in all aspects of finance, governance and operations.

Commitment 3+ years. This position is unsalaried, as all WEC personnel look to God to provide their personal needs. WEC ref 13558

 

WEC would love to meet you. If you let us know where in the UK or Ireland you are currently living, we could put you in touch with your nearest local WEC Mobiliser. They will be able to arrange someone to meet with you, to explain the application process, give you more details about this and similar opportunities, and help you to pray through your options.

Closing date: 31 December 2022
Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation Policy Officer
CARE / London
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £34,000 pa DOE

Full-time, London, £34,000 Dependent on experience

Are you passionate about seeing a strong Christian influence in the political life of the UK? 

In today’s culture a Christian voice is needed now more than ever. CARE is seeking a Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation Policy Officer to be part of CARE’s talented Policy Team and to build on our very successful work in this field. 

The successful candidate will have a solid and experience-driven understanding of these policy areas, with a proven ability to undertake research, develop policy, engage in public affairs-related tasks and work in partnerships and alliances with other organisations, in addition to having familiarity with the political systems of the UK.

For further details of this post please see our website. 

The deadline for applications is midday on Friday 30th April 2021. 

Interviews will take place during the week beginning 3rd May 2021.

 

To apply, please complete the application form and equal opportunities form and submit them to recruit@care.org.uk

Closing date: Midday on 30 April 2021
Safeguarding Advisor
The Leprosy Mission England and Wales / Peterborough
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £35,000 pa

Are you passionate about international development, safeguarding and wellbeing? Do you want to use your skills to support sustainable programmes helping marginalised people in Asia and Africa, creating a safe space for our staff, volunteers, and the communities in which we work?

About the Safeguarding & Inner Wellbeing Advisor role

Along with other members of the Programmes Team and Country Leaders, you will be responsible for the safeguarding aspects of UK-funded programmes, supporting the capacity development of overseas partners. In addition, you will champion TLMEW’s work on Safeguarding/Inner Wellbeing and engage in external INGO safeguarding forums. You will be required to travel overseas for up to 12 weeks per year, to undertake capacity building training and provide advice to field partners.

About you

You will have a passion for safeguarding, be self-motivated with excellent cross-cultural communication skills, and have a keen desire to proactively influence and coach others. You will have experience of working with children or vulnerable adults with direct responsibility for safeguarding or will have worked in the field of mental health, preferably in an INGO setting. In addition, you will have a relevant degree or professional qualification in either Human Resource Management, Development, Global Health, Mental Health, Education, Child Development, or equivalent work experience.

About The Leprosy Mission England and Wales

The Leprosy Mission is the world’s largest leprosy-focused organisation, a pioneer in our field, with 140 years’ experience tackling this ancient disease. As a leading international Christian development organisation, The Leprosy Mission England and Wales (TLMEW) works in 10 countries across Africa and Asia to defeat leprosy and transform lives. We raise funds, promote research and innovation, and support our partners to strengthen health systems, provide life-changing health care services, skills training, and opportunities for those who have been excluded and rejected by society.

TLMEW has a zero-tolerance policy towards any abuse, neglect, and exploitation of all people. Successful candidates are expected to understand, sign, and comply with all organisational policies, including the Global Safeguarding Code of Conduct and the Global Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults Policy. Recruitment to roles within TLMEW includes, in particular, criminal record checks and the collection of relevant references. A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from joining us as an employee; this will depend on the circumstances of any offences.

TLMEW is an explicitly Christian charity, empathy with the Christian ethos of the organisation is essential.

Interview date: Thursday 6 May 2021 (Peterborough Office)

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a basic DBS.

The Leprosy Mission, England and Wales is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community. Qualified people from BAME backgrounds or living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply. Registered Charity number: 1050327.

 

To apply, and for more information on our Safeguarding Advisor role, together with the work of TLMEW, please visit our website via the apply button.

Closing date: 09:00:00 on 26 April 2021
Residential Team Members (Couple)
Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House / Bungay, Suffolk
Full-time, Permanent / Allowance / + accommodation & subsistence

A married couple is required to join the team at Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House. 

Set in the quiet Suffolk countryside just outside Bungay, the property has been providing a place of rest, renewal and spiritual refreshment for over 45 years.

Residential Team Members are involved in all the practical and spiritual aspects of running this ministry. 

Accommodation and subsistence provided and an allowance.

Informal visits welcome.

Please contact Trefor & Sue Cook on 01359 269680 or by email: trefor.cook@btinternet.com for more information.

Closing date: 9 May 2021
Senior Manager
Sizewell Hall Christian Conference Centre / Sizewell, Leiston, Suffolk
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / Salary dependent on experience

The Job:

  • Provide leadership for the strategic development of the ministry of Sizewell Hall in maintaining the vision of Sizewell Hall.
  • Ensure that the level of service offered to guests at Sizewell Hall is excellent
  • Effective leadership and management of the staff team and volunteers at Sizewell Hall
  • Accountable for the financial management of Sizewell Hall
     

The Person:

  • Commitment to the aims and Christian ethos of Sizewell Hall
  • Evidence of the ability to manage people effectively towards fulfilling the vision of an organisation, build an effective team and motivate people to do the best they can. Evidence of the ability to delegate effectively. Excellent skills in managing people.
  • Able to engage with a wide range of people and build rapport. Enjoy developing good relations with customers, the Christian community, and the wider community as a whole. Skilled in promoting the work of an organisation.
  • Strategy development and project management skills
  • Able to develop and implement marketing and fundraising plans and experience of presenting funding proposals.
  • Good financial planning management skills.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Good IT skills

Accommodation is available on site and can be part of the package.

Colin Low
Sizewell Hall
Sizewell
Leiston
Suffolk
IP16 4TX
 

Closing date: 5:00pm on 7 May 2021
General Manager
Ffald y Brenin Trust / Pembrokeshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £24,000 pa FTE

The Ffald y Brenin Trust is looking to appoint a General Manager whose key responsibilities will include finance, the estate and projects. The contract will initially be for 4 days a week.

Ffald y Brenin is a well-established and respected Christian ministry centred on the Retreat Centre & House of Prayer in West Wales. We are looking for a suitably qualified and experienced person to take up the new role of General Manager, supporting the Wardens & Leadership Team in enabling Ffald y Brenin to play its part in cultivating the presence of God, serving the body of Christ and the nation of Wales, and blessing the nations. This is a new season for Ffald y Brenin and we are looking for the right person to help us meet new opportunities.

 

Click on the link for further details and how to applyffald-y-brenin.org/genmanager

If you have questions about this post: contact Clive Orchard, Team Leader, on 07434 650421 or clive@ffald-y-brenin.org 

 

Closing date: 16 April 2021
Assistant Manager
Cehc / Conwy
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / to be confirmed

Are you interested in becoming an assistant manager at one of our Christian Endeavour Holiday Centres?

Our background

An exciting opportunity as opened to become an assistant manager at our North Wales centre.  At Beechwood Court we have organised events and programmes throughout the year as well as being a facility for conferences, schools, churches and day groups.

What are we looking for?

By becoming an assistant manager you will need to be a team-player, becoming part of a multi-cultural community, involved in managing many aspects of our holiday centre. Whether it be working in the office, spending time with the guests or organising staff, volunteers and holiday programmes- no two days are the same!

We are looking for a committed Christian who is flexible, patience and hard-working. Someone who is ready for a challenge and willing to go the extra mile to encourage a serving attitude from a position of leadership. Previous experience of working in the hospitality sector is desirable as well as being self-motivated, dedicated and enthusiastic about fulfilling the aims and ethos of our ministry.

 

If you think you have a servant’s heart that would thrive on embracing new challenges and being part of this ministry, then please answer the following questions and send us your expression of interest in this role.
Once this is received, we will contact you with further information and an application pack.
 
Expression of Interest

Please tell us the following:

Name:
Contact details: (address, email and telephone)
Briefly explain why you are interested in this position and why you think you would be suitable for the job? 

Send to Jillian Orme, Beechwood Court, Mountain Road, Conwy, LL32 8PY

Tel: 01492 593 405 Jillian.orme@cehc.org.uk

Closing date: 22 April 2021
Web Developer
Church Edit Websites and iKnow Church / Solihull
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / To £34,500 pa

About iKnow Church and Church Edit

iKnow Church and Church Edit are products of the UK’s Leading Christian Software Company with our tools being used by 1,000s of churches all around the UK.

Job Description

We are looking for an experienced and talented developer to join our team and help us to continue building great software for our clients.
If this is you and you are get a buzz from creating intuitive software solutions then your primary role will be joining the team developing our two main products which is our Church Website platform and our Church Management software.
The software is continually being developed so you will be joining the team that is adding new features and developing the products. As part of a small development team you will be making changes to software that is used daily by people around the UK and increasingly across the world.
You will be involved in the planning of new features and bring these ideas to life in a way that really helps our clients.  The software you develop will make a real difference to our clients as you will see from the feedback received when your work is released.
This is an exciting position to work in a small company with lots of opportunities for further development as we continue to grow.

Skills

Excellent programming skills.
PHP, SQL, Laravel, CodeIgnitor, Javascript, JQuery, CSS3, Bootstrap, HTML5, AJAX, JSON, MySQL, Git and Linux terminal, The desire to explore and experiment with new technologies. 
Good testing methodology. Good communication skills (both written and verbal), Ability to work in a team as well as by oneself
.   Knowledge of AWS would also be advantageous.

NOTE: if your primary language is not listed above but you consider yourself to be fluent in another transferable language then do still get in touch. 

Working at iKnow Church and Church Edit

Not only do you get to work with a friendly team making a difference in churches around the UK you also get:

  • Company Pension 

  • 1 day a month to learn something new - everyone gets one Friday free each month to learn something new to help them in their personal development. You might want to learn a new programme or skill which is why we set aside 12 days a year to work on your own learning or project.

  • Subscription for online training

  • Your Birthday Off - no one should have to work on their birthday so if your birthday falls on a working day then you get the day off.

  • Holidays: 24 days per year + Bank Holidays

 

To apply please send your CV and a covering letter to careers@iknowchurch.co.uk

Location: Blythe Valley Park, Solihull, B90 8AJ

Contact: 0121 651 11 25  careers@iknowchurch.co.uk

 

Closing date: 13 June 2021
Head Of Chaplaincy
Langley House Trust / Birmingham
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £44,989 pa

Langley House Trust has an exciting opportunity for a Head of Chaplaincy to develop the Christian identity and impact of the Group internally and externally. This full-time permanent role is Home-based and offers a competitive salary of £44,989 per annum plus excellent benefits. The role is subject to compliance with infection control measures.

Langley House Trust is an innovative, award winning national Christian charity providing specialist housing, renewal programmes and support services in the community for offenders seeking to live crime-free lives.  Our passion is to change every life for the better, working with people of all faiths and none. 

As our Head of Chaplaincy, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Deepen and broaden the Christian ethos and strategic missional outcomes for the Group.
  • Shape the development of Christian leadership amongst senior staff.
  • Work with staff, clients and our chaplaincy team to strengthen the Christian identity and impact at each of our projects
  • Oversee the engagement and development of volunteers across the Group.
  • Plan retreats and other key events to spiritually refresh and enrich our teams for the work of the Group.
  • Lead on networking and developing strategies to develop the Langley Group’s visibility amongst the churches.

This role carries a genuine occupational requirement for the postholder to be Christian and is open to lay and ordained applicants so if you are looking for an opportunity to make a real difference in this sector, as our Head of Chaplaincy, please Apply now! Careers - Langley House (langleyhousetrust.org)

Careers - Langley House (langleyhousetrust.org)

Recruitment@langleyhousetrust.org

Twitter: @LangleyHseTrust

Central Services Address: PO Box 6364, Coventry, CV6 9LL

 

Closing date: noon on 29 April 2021
Pastor
Inglewhite Church / Preston, Lancs
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / Competitive

Inglewhite Church, near Preston, is looking for a new pastor to lead and motivate our fellowship. Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Forest of Bowland, nestled between pretty & vibrant market towns and close to the Lancashire coast, Inglewhite Church is an all-age, Christ-centred, loving fellowship.  The whole community is important to us and all age, Bible based worship is a foundation in our church.

Many visitors comment on what a modern, friendly and welcoming church we are, with plenty of activities going on (even during lockdown!). If you are looking to be part of a growing church, then this is role you should consider.

What we are looking for;

  • A great communicator. Confidently, reverently and lovingly teach God’s word. 
  • A visionary. Working with the leadership team, lead and shape a fresh vision. 
  • A motivator. Someone who will encourage existing and new members in their faith. Recognise and disciple gifting’s and talents. Encourage Kingdom values.
  • A pastor. Visit, pray for and comfort the sick, isolated and elderly. 
  • An evangelist. Culturally-relevant with a heart for non-believers and young people. 

If you’d like to receive more information please visit our website www.inglewhitechurch.org.uk for details how to apply. Interested applicants should send their CV and covering letter explaining a bit more about you and why you’d like to join us.

Closing date: Friday 7th May 2021

There is a genuine occupational requirement that the postholder is a practising Christian. Applicants must have a full UK driving licence, valid DBS clearance and the right to work in the UK. Successful applicants will be required to provide proof of their entitlement to work in the UK, or be able to provide sufficient information to demonstrate that they will be able to get the required immigration status before commencing employment.

 

If you haven’t heard from us by 31 May please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.

 

 

Contact the Leadership Team at inglewhitechurch@outlook.com 

Closing date: 23:59:00 on 7 May 2021
Operations Manager
Jews for Jesus / Home Based and London Based
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £40,000 - £48,000 pa

Jews for Jesus are a global organisation sharing the Good News of Yeshua (Jesus) with our Jewish people all over the world. We are looking to recruit a new Operations Manager to help advance our important work in the United Kingdom. If you feel this could be you, please send us your CV today!

Key Qualities

  • Excellent problem solving skills
  • Great team player
  • Passion for the Gospel
  • Self-motivated to go above and beyond
  • High attention to numerical details
  • Ability to streamline processes

Desirable Skills

  • Qualified Accountant
  • Experience using Quickbooks
  • Experience using CRM systems e.g. Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge
  • Experience producing Financial Reports and Board Reports for a UK Charity
  • Experience supervising payroll and preparing for audit
  • Experience managing facilities e.g offices/shops/coffee shops
  • Experience of inventory and stock management
  • Experience overseeing HR, Health & Safety, IT systems
  • Knowledge of UK Charity requirements and relevant legislation, especially GDPR
  • Previous experience line managing staff, team building, recruiting and training volunteers

Benefits

  • Salary according to experience and ability in the range of £40,000-£48,000
  • Full-time, permanent position, subject to probation period
  • 20 days holiday (rising to up to 25 days) with 8 days bank holiday
  • 10% non-contributory pension after successful completion of probationary period

Additional Information

  • Applicants should only apply if they have the right to work in the UK and valid documentation
  • Please note, we are a Christian UK-registered charity and it is a genuine occupational requirement that you are a committed Christian and in full agreement with our statement of faith, which can be found on our Jews for Jesus website
  • The position is currently home based but in the future you may be required to work from/oversee an office and/or shop in central London
Closing date: 16:00 on 29 April 2021
Senior Policy Officer
CARE / Westminster
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £40,000 pa DOE

Are you passionate about seeing a strong Christian influence in the political life of the UK? 

In today’s culture a Christian voice is needed now more than ever. CARE is seeking a Senior Policy Officer to be part of CARE’s talented Policy Team.

The successful candidate will have demonstrable knowledge and experience in public policy development, public affairs and research and have an ability to use their significant transferable skills across the different policy areas with which CARE engages, including family policy and online safety, to further CARE’s work in the political systems across the UK.

For further details of this post please see our website. 

The deadline for this application is midday on Friday 30th April 2021. 

Interviews will take place during the week beginning 3rd May 2021.

To apply, please complete the application form and equal opportunities form and submit them to recruit@care.org.uk

Closing date: Midday on 30 April 2021
General Manager
NAYC/Action Centres UK / Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / On Request

At Action Centres UK we have a current vacancy for a General Manager at Pioneer Centre, Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire.

The main purpose of this role is to provide day-to-day oversight and longer-term development of the Guest Services; Housekeeping; Catering; Sales; Bookings and Administration departments and to also support the Head of Centre in the overall management of the Centre.  

For more information or to obtain a full job description, please contact Karen, HR Snr administrator : HR@acuk.net Applications can be made direct via our website. see Find out more button below.

Closing date: 4pm on 31 July 2021
Leadership Team & HR Coordinator (Maternity Cover)
OMF International UK / Borough Green, Sevenoaks
Full-time, Permanent, , Temporary / Salary / £26,000 - £28,000 pa

Do you enjoy multi-tasking and being well organised? Are you a highly efficient administrator with experience in Human Resources? If you would value the opportunity to support the National Director and Leadership Team of a Christian charity then this may be the right role for you.

OMF International UK are looking for a Leadership Team & HR Coordinator to act as Executive Assistant to the National Director and to be first point of contact for all HR matters. The role is varied day-to-day and includes administrative support to the Leadership Team and Board of Trustees.

The ideal candidate will be a naturally organised individual and will have 3 A-levels or equivalent, with work experience in HR, administrative and secretarial support.

The applicant must be committed to the aims and objectives of OMF International as an evangelical mission serving the East Asian Church.

To find out more about the role please read the Job Description and Person Specification.

This is a maternity cover role so is initially offered on a 9-month contract with the possibility of extending for a further 3 months.

Flexible working options considered.

To apply for this role, complete the Application Form and email it to uk.humanresources@omfmail.com

Interviews will be held at our office in Borough Green, Sevenoaks on 26th April.

 

Closing date: 16 April 2021
Arts Team UK Leader
WEC International / Leeds, West Yorkshire
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support

This team's vision is to 'reach the unreached, worshipping, discipling, training and mobilising - all through the arts'. Could you play a pivotal role as the UK Team Leader of WEC's international ArtsRelease ministry? This is a strategic role which will oversee WEC's growing cross-cultural arts ministry. As the UK Team Leader, your main role will be to oversee the full-time UK team, based in Leeds, and supervise the part-time associates and volunteers around the UK and new teams who join. The role involves directing, communicating, networking, caring; strategising and developing new projects. You could still be involved in your own artistic ministry, especially where this has clear cross-cultural and facilitative dimensions.

This position is unsalaried, as all WEC personnel look to God to provide their personal needs. WEC ref 8432.

WEC would love to meet you. If you let us know where in the UK or Ireland you are currently living, we could put you in touch with your nearest local WEC Mobiliser. They will be able to arrange someone to meet with you, to explain the application process, give you more details about this and similar opportunities, and help you to pray through your options.

Closing date: 31 December 2022
Facilities Manager
St Mary's Church. Maidenhead / Maidenhead, Berkshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £25,000 to £27,883 pa

The Facilities Manager will be a member of the Operations Team, which delivers the administrative and operational support to St Mary’s, working closely with volunteers and ministry trainees. The primary focus of the role is to manage all aspects of our large and busy church site, offices and church owned houses.

Key Responsibilities

Maintenance and Properties 

  • Manage contract cleaners to ensure a high standard of cleanliness is maintained across the site
  • Ensure the users of the church site take good care of it 
  • Quickly spot and address internal maintenance issues across the site 
  • Address all external maintenance including garden and car park
  • Judge whether it is appropriate to complete a job yourself or arrange a contractor
  • Ensure the maintenance of church owned properties 
  • Manage the kitchens and ensure adherence to food hygiene standards  
  • Liaise with contractors to get work done to a good standard, on time and at the best value
  • Build good relations with the St Andrew’s House tenants, offices and landlord 
  • Set budgets, in agreement with the Operations Manager, and work within them
  • Keep records so Operations Manager is kept informed
  • Identify opportunities to reduce costs without compromising quality
  • Be responsible for utilities, getting the best price, ensuring meter readings are taken and summitted
  • Ensure tenants in church houses comply with their tenancy agreements, be their point of contact. 
  • Work with the Properties Maintenance Officer to maintain standards in staff properties, taking charge when repairs are necessary

Garden

  • Produce a year plan for the garden
  • Work within a budget
  • Attend garden work parties
  • Work with volunteers to maintain good standards
  • Ensure site remains neat and tidy including weed control and jet wash decking
  • Encourage church family to get involved

Health and Safety

  • Plan and carry out periodic safety checks, including weekly fire alarm check 
  • Work with the Operations Manager to ensure everyone on site complies with Health and Safety rules to keep themselves and others safe
  • Work with the Operations Manager to keep risk assessments up to date and the PCC informed of any issues
  • Ensure maintenance of Fire and Emergency equipment and systems 

  • Proper handling and storage of hazardous materials 
  • Responsible for safe operation of all on-site activities 
  • Ensure training is up to date for First Aid, Food Hygiene and general Health & Safety

Setting up

  • Ensure that each room is set up to meet the needs of day to day activities and one-off events and that the premises are cleared up afterwards. This will be achieved by a combination of sourcing and managing volunteers and ministry trainees and personally doing the work


Security

  • Maintain the security of the church site, including rising bollard, fobs and pass keys, gates and alarms 
  • Monitor and maintain the CCTV system
  • Be a key holder and the point of contact for emergency call outs. Delegate where possible
  • Maintain suitable records
  • Ensure car access on site is managed
  • Communicate any breaches in security

Hiring of rooms/church

  • Work with the Admin Manager to arrange bookings
  • Meet the hirer on site and return to lock up
  • Be phone contact
  • Find volunteers to support with this
  • Ensure hirer is clear on their Health and Safety responsibilities and their responsibility to look after church property 

Administration

  • Maintain a filing system for utility bills, maintenance records and other paperwork as required 
  • Plan maintenance schedules and routines and keep records up to date 

  • Support the Admin Manager when required
  • Have oversight of the church monthly magazine (Touchline)

Communication

  • Give a professional standard of support to the church family and others 
  • Ensure that the church family and others understand their responsibilities in security and respect of property

General

  • To carry out any reasonable task as requested by the Operations Manager in support of the operational requirements of St Mary’s 
  • Set up systems to allow processes to become self-managing
  • Influence others to create a compliant culture
  • Find, train and direct volunteers to provide support 

Church Involvement

  • As an active member of St Mary’s you will have a ministry responsibility as part of your role, according to your gifting
  • As part of the staff team you will contribute to staff prayer times, attend weekly staff meetings and away days and participate in the life of the team

Personal Profile

  • Self-starter, organised and able to prioritise 
  • Ability to influence those using the facilities to respect our property
  • Good administrative, planning and project management skills 
  • Problem solving abilities 
  • Ability to create an effective team to which volunteers can contribute 
  • Good communication skills
  • Team player with a collaborative style 
  • Ability to build good relations with third parties 
  • Ability to ensure agreed tasks are completed on time and within budget 
  • Energetic and willing to embrace the physical demands of the role 
  • Understanding of practical maintenance, specific trade skills would be an advantage but not essential

  • Strong integrity and confidentiality 
  • There is a requirement for the post to be a filled by an evangelical Christian and a committed member of St Mary’s demonstrating ongoing active involvement in church life and ministry

Further information, including a Job Description and Application Form, can be found on our website: www.stmarysmaidenhead.org/vacancies 

If you have any questions contact Richard West, Operations Manager: dick.west@stmarysmaidenhead.org

Closing date: 9.00am on 30 April 2021
Facilities and Community Liaison
Highgate International Church / Archway Road N6
Part-time, Permanent / Combination

The Facilities and Community Liaison is a key role in the re-growth strategy for Highgate International Church (HIC) both spiritually and numerically, in line with what we believe is the Lord’s directing. Together with the core leadership team, the eldership, trustees and mission partners, this person will be part of the mission team responsible for the implementation of and delivering on the vision to re-grow Highgate International as a gospel centred church with strong community roots, upholding its evangelical values and ethos.

The Facilities and Community Liaison is expected to deliver:

  1. The operation and maintenance of building systems and services. This will involve supporting the Missions Team and the Trustee Board with the overall strategic management of services and processes that support the core work of HIC, ensuring that best practices are followed for maximum efficiency and that the most suitable working environment is attained for both church and associated activities.
  2. Development of innovative outreach activities and other avenues aimed at maximising community engagement and awareness of HIC in the community.
  3. Management of existing income generation activities and identifying new opportunities to generate increased income from the site(s). This will involve the co-ordination of the use of the site including existing long-term tenant management and one-off bookings.

HIC and associated facilities are a registered charity with Trustees drawn from existing and previous leaders of HIC/Cholmeley and one of our mission partners. The church and associated functions are managed by the HIC Core Leadership team, currently comprising two elders, two trustees and three other members of the congregation. It is envisaged that the Facilities and Community Liaison would be a member of the Core Leadership Team helping with existing and new ministries in the church and community. There would be mutual accountability to the Elders & Leadership Team and in particular to the Team Leader 

Day to day responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

  1. Plan best allocation, utilisation and re-organisation of current space and resources for current premises.
  2. Plan for future development in line with strategic objectives.
  3. Manage and lead change to ensure minimum disruption to core activities.
  4. Engage with all people who come on site, building relationships, being an effective witness for Jesus Christ, meeting any ad hoc or immediate pastoral needs, providing a key connection into the HIC community and associated activities.
  5. Own and champion internal and external marketing activities to maximise attendance of special outreach focused events and any other activity requiring external marketing support.
  6. Carryout, direct, coordinate and plan essential services such as reception, security, maintenance, mail, archiving, cleaning, catering, waste disposal and recycling.
  7. Deal with associated administration and paperwork including bookkeeping regarding finances.
  8. Ensure that buildings meet health and safety requirements and that facilities comply with legislation.
  9. Preparing of documents to put out tenders for work and maintenance contractors.
  10. Project manage, supervise, and coordinate the work of contractors including following up on any work deficiencies.
  11. Respond appropriately to urgent issues or emergencies as they arise and deal with the consequences.

In addition, depending on gifting and calling, to:

  • Join with others in providing evangelistic outreach to the unchurched or pastoral care support within the church congregation.
  • Take a regular public role in local church meetings, sharing with the worship leading, preaching and teaching of the Scriptures on a periodic basis

Key Requirements

  1. It is a genuine occupational requirement for the role holder to be a committed and active Christian and able to fully subscribe to the statement of faith of the church.
  2. This position is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the postholder will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check as a part of the onboarding and confirmation process.
  3. The church does not have an immigration sponsor licence for this post, so applicants must have the right to work in the UK or be able to obtain that right through a partnering mission organisation.

If you would like to discuss this role or have any questions, please call +44 (0) 7458306247 and ask to speak to David. or email office@hi-church.org for further details. We would love to hear from you.

In terms of living and support, as a church we work on a shared-faith basis, so this role is on a part supported basis  (in the form of accommodation) part self-supporting.

To apply please email office@hi-church.org explaining why you are excited by this role and attaching your CV.

 

Closing date: 19 April 2021
Intern
AsiaLink / Northwich, Cheshire
Full-time, Temporary, Part-time, Temporary / Salary

The AsiaLink Internship is an exciting, year-long opportunity to learn about and develop your heart for the unreached people of Asia, whilst also gaining a firm foundation in gospel ministry. You will be challenged and equipped to support gospel progress in Asia in a variety of ways, as well as building up transferable skills which can be used wherever the Lord leads you in the future.

AsiaLink Internship

We are seeking an eager and enthusiastic intern who is passionate about world mission, who desires to learn more about gospel ministry and who will enjoy the challenge of applying that learning to the context in Asia. You will need to be organised, creative and ready to serve both at home and abroad during the year. You must also be willing and able to communicate our work in a variety of ways, including written articles and presentations to groups of adults and young people.

Additional skills such as relevant languages, graphic design, photography or video editing are beneficial but not essential.

Further details can be found in the Internship brochure below.

For more information please email jobs@asialink.org or phone 01606 227394.

Closing date: 23:59 on 16 May 2021
Children's Pastor
St Barnabas - Woodside Park / North Finchley, London N12
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £26,000 - £27,000 pa

St Barnabas is a large, vibrant, charismatic evangelical church, with a very multicultural membership and a focus on reaching out to our community with the transformative love of Jesus.

We want to see children and families released as disciples of Jesus. You will have significant experience in a children’s ministry or similar role with transferable skills. You will experience a wonderful group of children, a collegiate, supportive culture, a lovely working environment and fantastic children’s spaces.  

We are on a journey to remodel every level of our church’s leadership to reflect the diversity of our membership and so we particularly welcome applicants from global majority backgrounds. Appointment will be on merit alone.  

There is an Occupational Requirement under the Equality Act 2010 for the applicant to be a committed Christian.

St Barnabas is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. All post holders and volunteers are expected to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory pre-employment checks and safer recruiting procedures including satisfactory Enhanced DBS with Barred List Check.

Interview Date: Wednesday, 19 May

To apply for the post, please send completed application form to Alison Solano, see email below and website.

Tel: 020 8343 5770

 

Closing date: 12 noon on 11 May 2021
Children's Minister
St Paul's Church Leamington Spa / Leamington Spa
Full-time, Temporary / Salary / £23,000 to £28,000 pa
  • Large evangelical church
  • Around 150 under 11s attending at least monthly
  • Excellent links with church school

We are looking for a Children's Minister who is passionate about helping children and families to experience God's love, working alongside the Lead Children's Minister as part of a small team.  

Full time hours are 40 hours a week but we would consider appointing for 30 hours a week for the right candidate.  Full time salary £23 000 to £28 000 pa, depending on experience.

For more information, see our website (www.stpl.org.uk) or contact jan.pringle@stpl.org.uk for an application pack.

Interview dates:  Wednesday 28 April

Closing date: 12 noon on 19 April 2021
Director of Children's and Youth Work
Keswick Ministries / Keswick and remote
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £14,000 - £17,000 pa
About Children and Youth at Keswick Ministries

Keswick Ministries exists to inspire and equip Christians to love and live forChrist in His world. A large part of this centres on the next generation, both in building young people up in their faith and in helping to train up a new generation of leaders. This is all done within the context of a heart for serving the local church. Each summer over 2,200 young people join in with the Keswick4 Kids (K4K) and Youth programmes, led by a team of over 300 volunteers.

The role of Children’s and Youth Director will involve building on these foundations, and working with an existing excellent team to pull the summer programme together. Moreover as the Derwent Project progresses, the role includes exciting opportunities to develop the ministry further, especially in the area of families and events at other points in the year.

JOB PURPOSE 

To provide overall leadership for children’s and youth ministry for Keswick Ministries. 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES 

1) Lead the children’s and youth ministry 

  • Oversee the development and implementation of vision and strategy for the children’s and youth ministry. 
  • Oversee children’s and youth ministry at Keswick Convention. 
  • Ensure effective recruitment, training and management of the C+Y ministry teams. 
  • Ensure that suitable material is prepared and communicated. 
  • Ensure that appropriate safeguarding procedures and practices are in place for the children’s and youth ministry during the convention, liaising with the KM office. As context we receive support on safeguarding from Thirtyone:eight. 

2) Strategically develop the children’s and youth ministry 

  • Look for opportunities to develop and expand the children’s and youth ministry of Keswick Ministries, including developing and participating in teaching and training events at other times of year. 
  • Engage in strategic partnerships that will benefit the children’s and youth ministry. 

3) Team 

The director of Children and Youth will play a pivotal role inensuring that the whole ministry is working together as a team.This means representing the interests of the children’s and youth ministry to the broader Keswick Ministries leadership team and ensuring the children’s and youth ministry operates with an eye to Keswick Ministries as a whole. 

A commitment to living out Keswick Ministries’ values. 

Essential 
Wholehearted belief in Keswick Ministries’ statement of faith, values and conduct (see https://keswickministries.org/about-keswick-ministries/
 
Commitment to living out Keswick Ministries’ values including: 
 

Commitment - Passionately committed to the ministry, and professional 

Humility - Dependent on God, listening to one another 

Respect - Valuing every person as made in God’s image 

Integrity - Trustworthy and truthful 

Stewardship - Guarding the Gospel and wisely using the resources entrusted to us 

Team - Working together as family and encouraging and supporting each other 

  • Self-motivated and able to operate independently. 
  • Ability to lead, develop, inspire and motivate others. 
  • Experience in and passion for children’s and youth ministry. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships with staff, board members, volunteers and external partners. 
  • Strong organisational skills and an ability to work with administrative support from the KM office to run the work efficiently. 
  • Demonstrate proactive approaches to problem-solving with decision-making capability. 
  • Discreet in handling sensitive situations or confidential information. 
  • Resourceful team-player. 
  • Forward-looking thinker, who actively seeks opportunities and proposes solutions. 
Desirable 
  • Ability to attend three weeks of the Convention. 
  • Strong administrative skills. 

 

If you would be interested in applying for this role, please email your CV and covering letter to kate.leach@keswickministries.org by Friday 30th April 2021. 

Closing date: 30 April 2021
Family Support Worker
Grace Foundation / Northamptonshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £18,000 - £20,000 pa

The ETHOS Family Support Worker will work as part of the ETHOS Team, in strategic partnership with the School to positively impact thousands of young people and their families through holistic education. They will engage with and support families to help improve student outcomes.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To work with a caseload of identified families to support with practical, social and emotional needs that may be hindering student progress in school
  • To work with families who are experiencing difficulties relating to issues such as bereavement, caring responsibilities, domestic violence and abuse, drug and alcohol addiction, finance and debt, housing and homelessness, separation and divorce, including care orders, lack of parenting skills, physical and mental health issues, disabilities and learning difficulties
  • To complete assessments of families' needs to identify and plan the support needed to address issues in partnership with relevant stakeholders
  • To offer practical help and emotional support to families experiencing short or long-term difficulties
  • To offer holistic support programmes for referred families working with multiple agencies and community partners
  • To undertake home and community visits to provide practical help and pastoral support
  • To provide pastoral care for students in relation to the complex needs of the family
  • To work in synergy with the school Safeguarding and pastoral team
  • To keep up-to-date knowledge of local service provision for appropriate signposting and referrals
  • To attend and support any relevant meetings with external partners or agencies with or about families that are part of your caseload
  • To work with staff to engage Parent/carers into school events, workshops and utilise parent voice to improve the school community
  • To engage young people and families in faith related issues and signpost to relevant faith-based agencies where appropriate
  • Tracking, recording & measuring of impact (maintaining accurate and up-to-date records and reports)
  • To carry out general administrative tasks as required
  • To work as an integrated part of the Ethos Team
  • Any other reasonable duties as directed by the line management

Qualifications & Experience Required:

  • Must have a clear understanding of our Christian ethos & be able to articulate how Christian values can positively impact students’ and their families
  • Relevant qualifications & experience to working with young people and families
  • Experience & understanding of working with young people and families with a variety of complex needs & issues
  • Must have own transport, a clean driving license & be willing to travel
  • An understanding of safeguarding & child protection
  • Current enhanced DBS (upon confirmation of role)

Personal Competencies Required:

  • A familiarity with, & an ability to perform in accordance with, the mission, vision & values of Grace Foundation & it’s Christian ethos
  • Clear knowledge & understanding of our Christian ethos & how it applies to relevant issues young people and their families face
  • Able to provide pastoral care for families whilst offering practical strategic advice
  • Able to deal resiliently, assertively, and appropriately when dealing with sensitive issues
  • Effective organizational skills & ability to multi-task
  • Effective oral, written, presentation & interpersonal skills
  • A willingness to work with others & a consistent can-do enthusiastic attitude
  • Attention to detail & ability to meet deadlines
  • Confident & able to work on their own initiative
  • Proficiency with IT applications (Word, Excel & PowerPoint) & social media.
  • Ability to exercise discretion in dealing with confidential or sensitive matters
  • Ability to provide pastoral care & show empathy & tact
  • Ability to network with a range of people and organisations (public, private & voluntary)

To apply for this post please complete the application form on our website www.grace-foundation.org.uk/jobs & send with a covering letter to info@grace-foundation.org.uk

Enquiries will be taken via contacting info@grace-foundation.org.uk

Closing date: 5pm on 16 April 2021

Voluntary opportunities

Minutes secretary
Sharing Christ Internationally / home
Part-time, Permanent / Voluntary

We are looking for several people to fulfil this very important role. On 4 or 5 Saturdays per year we hold a trustee meeting and a mission board meeting which require to be minuted using our protocol. Each meeting lasts up to two hours using Zoom. You can work from anywhere in the world providing you have internet access. All meetings are recorded. You do not need to be a native speaker but must be able to understand and write in English. 

Andrew Clayton-Stead, Volunteer, Sharing Christ Internationally, Box 351, LONDON, W10 5GB; see email below.

Tel: 07870403994

 

Closing date: 12 July 2021
Illustrator
MissionAssist / Working from home
Part-time, Permanent, , Temporary / Voluntary

MissionAssist is seeking an additional illustrator to work from home as a volunteer on an ad hoc basis.  The role involves providing original line drawings for literacy booklets.  Flexibility to be involved short-term or long-term, from just a few hours per month up to several days per week.

Service Description

The aim of the MissionAssist Functional Literacy service is to produce booklets for use in literacy classes worldwide, mainly on topics for social development from animal husbandry and small-scale farming to practical issues like simple construction techniques.  There are also some Bible stories and scripture themes.

The booklets are initially written in English and illustrated with original line drawings.  These "Shell Books" as they are known define the content, illustrations, copyright etc.  The text is then translated into French, Spanish, Portuguese and EasyEnglish in collaboration with members of the MissionAssist Translation and EasyEnglish teams.

The Functional Literacy service makes each booklet, in each language, available at no charge via a dedicated website (https://ma.shellbooks.org/).  Around the world, literacy workers can use any booklet as provided or they can work on a copy and substitute the text with their own translation for readers of a local language.

This is an opportunity for an illustrator to use their skill and experience to enhance MissionAssist's library of booklets and provide a service to literacy workers around the world.

Overall Responsibility

To provide original line drawings for literacy booklets.

Key Tasks

  • Respond to requests from the Functional Literacy Coordinator.
  • Produce appropriate, clear illustrations to fulfil the brief provided.
  • Contribute to discussions about suitable new illustrations and topics.

Experience, Skills, Abilities

  • Ability to create realistic drawings to communicate a message, idea or a story.
  • Experience with adult literacy materials would be an advantage.
  • Willingness to work as part of a virtual team serving world mission from home.

Sarah J McQuay, Director of Services, Email: services@missionassist.org.uk, Website: www.missionassist.org.uk, Postal address: MissionAssist, PO Box 257, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 9AW.

Programmes Research Internship - Institutional Funding
The Leprosy Mission England and Wales / Flexible
Part-time, Temporary / Voluntary with expenses

The Leprosy Mission is the world’s largest leprosy-focused organisation, a pioneer in our field, with 140 years’ experience tackling this ancient disease. As a leading international Christian development organisation, The Leprosy Mission England and Wales (TLMEW) works in 10 countries across Africa and Asia to defeat leprosy and transform lives. We raise funds, promote research and innovation, and support our partners to strengthen health systems, provide life changing health care services, skills training and opportunities for those who have been excluded and rejected by society.

TLMEW have a research intern role to assist in the identification of potential institutional funding opportunities for TLMEW Programmes and undertake background research to support the development of grant applications.

You will be qualified to degree standard and will have experience of working at degree level undertaking secondary research in a related discipline e.g. development studies, medicine, social science, global health, theology, religious studies etc.  You will have excellent communications skills with the ability to summarise information and have an in interest in and knowledge of international development issues. 

TLMEW is flexible in respect of hours and location, however it will be necessary to be present in the Peterborough office for at least 3 days during the research project.   You will be mentored to ensure you benefit from skills development and will have the opportunity to experience life in the NGO sector as an integral part of our professional and passionate team. In addition to refreshment expenses, travel expenses to our offices will also be paid. 

TLMEW has a zero tolerence approach to any harm to, or exploitation of, our beneficiaries, staff and communities we come into contact with.  Recruitment to roles within TLMEW includes,criminal record checks and the collection of relevant references.  A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from joining us as a volunteer; this will depend on the circumstances of any offences. Safeguarding is our top priority in everything we do.

 

To apply and for more information on the specific requirements of this role and the work of TLMEW please visit: www.leprosymission.org.uk.  Closing date:     9 am on Monday 1 March 2021.

The Leprosy Mission, England and Wales is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community.  Qualified people from BAME backgrounds or living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply.

Closing date: 2 July 2021
Programmes Intern: Capacity Development
The Leprosy Mission England and Wales / Flexible
Part-time, Temporary / Voluntary

The Leprosy Mission is the world’s largest leprosy-focused organisation, a pioneer in our field, with 140 years’ experience tackling this ancient disease. As a leading international Christian development organisation, The Leprosy Mission England and Wales (TLMEW) works in 10 countries across Africa and Asia to defeat leprosy and transform lives. We raise funds, promote research and innovation, and support our partners to strengthen health systems, provide life changing health care services, skills training and opportunities for those who have been excluded and rejected by society.

TLMEW has a capacity development research role to support the identification and cataloguing of training resources for Health Systems Strengthening across the TLM Global Fellowship, to aid the development of high quality, standardised training modules and planning.  In addition, undertaking  research into gaining university accreditation for training courses and providing recommendations on how to achieve this, as well as exploring digital learning platforms and providing recommendations.   

You will be qualified to degree standard and will have experience of working at degree level undertaking research in a related discipline e.g. communications, development studies, global health, education etc.  You will have excellent written communications skills, organisation skills, analysis skills and the ability to summarise information.  In addition, you will have an interest in and knowledge of international development issues. 

TLMEW is flexible in respect of hours and location, however it will be necessary to be present in the Peterborough office for at least 3 days during the research project.   You will be mentored to ensure you benefit from skills development and will have the opportunity to experience life in the NGO sector as an integral part of our professional and passionate team. In addition to refreshment expenses, travel expenses to our offices will also be paid. 

TLMEW has a zero-tolerance policy towards any abuse, neglect and exploitation of all people.  Successful candidates are expected to understand, sign and comply with all organisational policies, including the Global Safeguarding Code of Conduct and the Global Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults Policy.  Recruitment to roles within TLMEW includes, in particular, criminal record checks and the collection of relevant references.  A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from joining us as a volunteer; this will depend on the circumstances of any offences.

TLMEW is an explicitly Christian charity, empathy with the Christian ethos of the organisation is essential.

The Leprosy Mission, England and Wales is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community.  Qualified people from BAME backgrounds or living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply. Registered Charity number 1050327.

To apply and for more information on the specific requirements of this role and the work of TLMEW please visit: www.leprosymission.org.uk

Closing date: 2 July 2021
Programmes Communications Volunteer
The Leprosy Mission England and Wales / Flexible base
Part-time, Temporary / Voluntary

The Leprosy Mission is the world’s largest leprosy-focused organisation, a pioneer in our field, with 140 years’ experience tackling this ancient disease. As a leading international Christian development organisation, The Leprosy Mission England and Wales (TLMEW) works in 10 countries across Africa and Asia to defeat leprosy and transform lives. We raise funds, promote research and innovation, and support our partners to strengthen health systems, provide life changing health care services, skills training and opportunities for those who have been excluded and rejected by society.

TLMEW have a communications research role to improve the presentation of TLMEW’s annual report, ensuring that it meets the needs of the various audiences and our legal requirements. 

You will be qualified to degree standard and will have experience of working at degree level undertaking research in a related discipline e.g. communications, development studies, journalism etc.  You will have excellent written communications skills, analysis skills and the ability to summarise information.  In addition, you will have an interest in and knowledge of international development issues. 

TLMEW is flexible in respect of hours and location, however it will be necessary to be present in the Peterborough office for at least 3 days during the research project.   You will be mentored to ensure you benefit from skills development and will have the opportunity to experience life in the NGO sector as an integral part of our professional and passionate team. In addition to refreshment expenses, travel expenses to our offices will also be paid. 

TLMEW has a zero-tolerance policy towards any abuse, neglect and exploitation of all people.  Successful candidates are expected to understand, sign and comply with all organisational policies, including the Global Safeguarding Code of Conduct and the Global Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults Policy.  Recruitment to roles within TLMEW includes, in particular, criminal record checks and the collection of relevant references.  A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from joining us as a volunteer; this will depend on the circumstances of any offences.

TLMEW is an explicitly Christian charity, empathy with the Christian ethos of the organisation is essential.

The Leprosy Mission, England and Wales is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community.  Qualified people from BAME backgrounds or living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply. Registered Charity number 1050327

To apply and for more information on the specific requirements of this role and the work of TLMEW please visit: www.leprosymission.org.uk

Closing date: 2 July 2021
Programmes Research Internship - Christian Resources
The Leprosy Mission England and Wales / Flexible
Part-time, Temporary / Voluntary with expenses

The Leprosy Mission is the world’s largest leprosy-focused organisation, a pioneer in our field, with 140 years’ experience tackling this ancient disease. As a leading international Christian development organisation, The Leprosy Mission England and Wales (TLMEW) works in 10 countries across Africa and Asia to defeat leprosy and transform lives. We raise funds, promote research and innovation, and support our partners to strengthen health systems, provide life changing health care services, skills training and opportunities for those who have been excluded and rejected by society.

TLMEW have a research intern role to develop a toolkit of resources for use by theological colleges, churches and Christian groups in leprosy-endemic countries to encourage action to raise awareness.

You will be qualified to degree standard and will have experience of working at degree level undertaking secondary research in a related discipline e.g.development studies, medicine, social science, global health, theology, religious studies etc.  You will have excellent communications skills with the ability to summarise information and have an in interest in and knowledge of international development issues. 

TLMEW is flexible in respect of hours and location, however it will be necessary to be present in the Peterborough office for at least 3 days during the research project.   You will be mentored to ensure you benefit from skills development and will have the opportunity to experience life in the NGO sector as an integral part of our professional and passionate team. In addition to refreshment expenses, travel expenses to our offices will also be paid. 

TLMEW has a zero tolerence approach to any harm to, or exploitation of, our beneficiaries, staff and communities we come into contact with.  Recruitment to roles within TLMEW includes,criminal record checks and the collection of relevant references.  A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from joining us as a volunteer; this will depend on the circumstances of any offences. Safeguarding is our top priority in everything we do.

 

To apply and for more information on the specific requirements of this role and the work of TLMEW please visit: www.leprosymission.org.uk

The Leprosy Mission, England and Wales is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community.  Qualified people from BAME backgrounds or living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply.

Closing date: 2 July 2021
Trustee Position(s)
WorldShare / Doncaster & Virtual
Part-time, Permanent / Voluntary

WorldShare is looking for two or more capable, energetic and committed people to join our Board of Trustees. This is an exciting opportunity for you to partner with ministries across the world as they practically share the love of Jesus, and use your skills to serve the poor, vulnerable and marginalised.

About WorldShare

WorldShare partners with local Christians in the world’s neediest places by supporting their vision to bring about social and spiritual transformation. Together with our four sister organisations around the world (Partners International; USA & Canada, WorldShare Australia and CNEC Singapore), , we are connected with 108 ministry partners in 58 countries.

WorldShare (and its sister organisations) began in 1943 out of a vision for China. ,  Duncan McRoberts a missionary from Northern Ireland, witnessed the horrors of war in China.  His desire was for the Chinese people to be free and to know Christ and that this would take place through Chinese leaders themselves, not expatriates.  WorldShare continues to work in a similar way today, across the globe; resourcing and supporting local ministry partners who select, train and direct workers involved in mission.

‘To see the faith and action of our partners at work in often desperate situations is humbling. It is also inspiring to see the change that can be made with the Gospel in action.’ – trustee, Richard Cartlidge

About the role

WorldShare is an interdenominational organisation which is seeking to strengthen and expand its board membership, skills and diversity.

WorldShare is governed by a Board whose members are the Directors of the Company and Trustees of the Charity; who will support the growth of the organisation through discussion, prayer and godly decision-making. All prospective trustees should be wholeheartedly committed to the aims, ethos and values of WorldShare.

The board meets four times per year, but trustees do give of their time outside of these meetings.

‘The ability to share my experience of different contexts and countries where WorldShare is involved has been rewarding for me, and I hope for WorldShare also!’ – Chair of trustees, Kevin McKemey

Who we are looking for

We are seeking individuals; who share WorldShare’s vision and values, have a heart for the gospel, have a sound understanding of good governance and are familiar with the charity sector. The right candidates will be at ease networking, have strong connections and be able to work collaboratively to achieve a common goal. We are keen to hear from people who specifically have experience in one or more of the following; mission, overseas development, fundraising, human resources and law.

If you are interested in exploring this exciting opportunity to become a WorldShare trustee and participate in the church’s outreach to the world; please contact Kevin McKemey Chair of Trustees and/or Alan Butler CEO, for an informal conversation and we’ll take it from there.

To learn more about WorldShare and its work, please visit our website www.worldshare.org.uk  

 

Kevin McKemey – Chair                

Tel: 07766332774;  Email: mitigate@hotmail.com            

Alan Butler - CEO

Tel 01302 775209;  Email alan.butler@worldshare.org.uk

 

Closing date: 31 May 2021