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Foodbank Assistant
Middlesbrough Foodbank / Middlesbrough
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £11.00 per hour (16 hours pw)

The Trustees of Middlesbrough Foodbank seek to appoint an assistant to the Manager.

The job involves assisting in all aspects of managing the Foodbank for which training will be provided.  

A full job description is available upon request  by email to: alan@middlesbrough.foodbank.org.uk  

The role would be based at our depot and would also involve visiting the distribution centres around the town.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have a warm and welcoming manner
  • Be an encourager for the volunteers and also to be able help solve any difficulties
  • Have experience of working or volunteering in an organisation that deploys volunteers
  • Have an eye for detail – with good organisational and communication skills
  • Be computer literate and able to keep accurate updated records
  • Have the ability to work independently and as part of a team with other staff and volunteers.
  • Demonstrate empathy, honesty and integrity at all times when working with people facing disadvantage
  • Be passionate about addressing food poverty and be willing to work with a wide range of local agencies and supporters.
  • Access to own transport would be an advantage

To apply for this position please download the application pack from the Middlesbrough Foodbank website, applications must be made using the application form, CV’s will not be accepted.

Closing date is Monday 4th July 2022

www.middlesbrough.foodbank.org.uk 

Alan Proudler - Chair of Trustees
Middlesbrough Foodbank
5 Wear Court
Wallis Road
Skippers Lane Industrial Estate
Middlesbrough
TS6 6DU
 
Tel.: 07488 347708
 
Closing date: 5.00pm on 4 July 2022
Personal Assistant to CEO
The Leprosy Mission England and Wales / Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / Circa £27,000

Are you passionate about international development and want to use your communication, administrative and digital skills to support our CEO and HR Manager? If so, we want to hear from you!

This is an exciting opportunity for a person with a passion for delivering expert customer and support services. Reporting to the CEO, you will have at least two years’ secretarial/ personal assistant experience. With high attention to detail and thoroughness, you will work methodically, taking satisfaction from following tasks to completion. You will be proactive, highly organised and able to coordinate across multiple tasks simultaneously. In addition, you will demonstrate personal integrity and trustworthiness, providing pastoral support to UK staff on an as-required basis.

You will be joining a skilled and diverse team with a culture of growing and learning together, in addition to award-winning levels of staff engagement.

The Leprosy Mission England and Wales (TLMEW) is a leading international Christian development organisation with over 145 years’ experience and is part of the TLM worldwide family. TLMEW serves the poorest of the poor in 10 countries across Africa and Asia, raising funds and developing partner capacity to provide life-changing healthcare, training and job opportunities for people who have been excluded and rejected.

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

We are committed to diversity and welcome applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community who have the right to work in the UK.

TLMEW has a zero-tolerance approach to any harm to, or exploitation of, our beneficiaries, staff and communities we come into contact with. 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. Safeguarding is our top priority in everything we do.

Registered Charity number 1050327.

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

Closing date: Wednesday 20 July 2022

Interview date: To be confirmed (in our Peterborough Office)

Closing date: 20 July 2022
Disclosure Service Advisor
Thirtyone:eight / Swanley, Kent
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £22,540

We have an opportunity for someone with strong customer service and administration skills to join our busy and highly-regarded Disclosure service team. As the largest provider of criminal record checks to faith organisations in the UK, this role will help us process digital DBS applications made through our system, checking they meet the legal requirements and ensuring our records stay up to date. You’ll also provide advice and guidance to our broad range of member organisations who phone our Disclosure Helpline, maintaining our consistently high level of customer service. 

 Cheri Rowe 0303 003 1111 option 6

jobs@thirtyoneeight.org

Closing date: 17 July 2022
Part-Time Office Administrator (15hrs per week)
CRN UK / MIlton Keynes, Bucks
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £20,000 - £21,500 pro-rata

We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and competent individual to join our small, highly motivated team in Milton Keynes, delivering high quality services and benefits to our members and representing Christian Residential Network (CRNet) to the general public.

CRNet is the trading name of CCI UK Ltd and is the membership association of Christian residential venues across the UK.

The Office Administrator is required to:

  • Run the office on a day to day basis, maintaining systems and processes, including website and other digital systems
  • Handle web, mail and telephone enquiries, whether from members or the general public,
  • Relate well to members, whether via media or face to face at various locations,
  • Research and problem solve, as appropriate, in order to accurately advise members,
  • Prepare publications, surveys, advertising and other communications.

It is an occupational requirement that the post holder is a practising and committed Christian, as this post represents and promotes our faith stance and ethos to both members and the general public

Send your CV together with a covering letter, detailing how you meet the person specification to office@crnet.org.uk

If you would like to discuss the role prior to formally applying, please contact Keith Hagon Tel: 01908 477951 or by email office@crnet.org.uk

Closing date: 5pm on 30 June 2022
Service Ministries Administrator (Infrastructure)
Operation Mobilisation / Quinta, Shropshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / up to £20,276 pa DOE

Why not explore applying your administrative skills, as a member of our Service Ministries team, to support our mission to the least reached?

This role requires you to have a Right to Work in the UK.

Closing date: 5pm on 30 July 2022
International Ministries Support Officer
Release International / Orpington, Kent
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £14,662 p.a

We are seeking to recruit a part-time International Ministries Support Officer (IMSO) for 3 days a week.

The part-time IMSO will provide key administrative support to the International Ministries team, including supporting with different aspects of the international projects process and liaising with international partners to compile weekly prayer points.

Motivated by their Christian faith and with a passion to serve persecuted Christians, the successful applicant will also need to be able to use their excellent administrative and organisational skills to assist with the planning and co-ordination of overseas visits, following agreed procedures.

Applicants must be committed to Release International’s evangelical Christian beliefs (occupational requirement). The role will be office based in Orpington, Kent, with some agreed flexibility to work from home.

Release International is a UK Christian charity providing prayerful, practical and pastoral support to persecuted Christians around the world.

For further information please call 01689 823491 or email recruitment@releaseinternational.org with IMSO in the subject line.

Closing date: 9.00am on 11 July 2022
Mobilisation Administrator
Serving in Mission / Belfast
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £20,000

As a Mobilisation Administrator you would be joining the Mobilisation Team of SIM UK.

Your main task would be to support the Mobiliser in your area (N.Ireland) as they come alongside enquirers, applicants, current workers and their churches in the journey of overseas mission service. Assisting with administrative responsibilities that serve the work of the mobilisation team and the wider work of SIM, and supporting the vision of  Serving in Mission positively, helping to mobilise individuals and churches to pray, give, and go in the service of Christ’s mission

A full Job Description and person specification can be found on our website www.sim.co.uk

Contact Florence by email on florence@sim.co.uk or by phone on 01223 788288.

Closing date: 3 July 2022
Support Services Administrator
European Christian Mission / Northampton
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £21,468.79 p.a. pro rata

It is vital that our office administration runs smoothly and so this role plays a significant part in ensuring that office and Finance Team administration is of a very high standard.  You will have responsibility for receiving and recording donations and Gift Aid and maintaining the database and other office systems. You would also support the British Director and other management team members with administration including arranging meetings, sending out Trustee paperwork and so on. 

You must have excellent organisational and administrative skills including experience with MS Word and Excel.  You will need to be a problem-solver with attention to detail. Whilst there is no Occupational Requirement for you to be a committed Christian, you must be sympathetic to our Christian ethos.

Please see the attached job description for a detailed description of the role, a person specification and details on how to apply.

This is a part time role for up to 14 hours per week (with hours to be worked over 2 - 3 days excluding Fridays).  The salary is £21,468.79 p.a. pro rata (2 day equivalent would be £8,587.52 p.a).

Closing Date: 9am Monday 27th June

Interview Date: Tuesday 5th July and/ or Tuesday 12th July

This is one of two new part-time roles at ECM Britain. We are also recruiting for a Supporter Engagement Officer. It is conceivable that one person could cover both roles, given the right mix of skills and experience.  Please see our other advert on Christian Vocations if you are interested in applying for one or both of these roles.

ECM Britain can only accept applications from individuals who have proof of the right to live and work in the UK.

If you would like to receive an application pack, please download from our website at: Ecmbritain.org/we-are-hiring

If you have any questions please email personnel@ecmi.org or telephone the office on 07511 530642.

Closing date: 9:00 on 27 June 2022
Donor Relations Officer
Global Care / Coventry
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £19,000 - £20,000 DOE

Global Care has been changing young lives, one at a time, for over 30 years, working in partnership with committed grassroots Christian partners worldwide. If you share our vision for supporting vulnerable children in contexts of dire poverty, consider joining our team!

We are looking for someone with a good head for admin and good people skills to engage with and support our donors. You will administer our donor programmes and help us develop closer partnerships with individuals, groups and churches in the UK, so we can strengthen our work with vulnerable children overseas.

We need an organised, enthusiastic self-starter, with strong admin skills and good interpersonal skills, confident in dealing with people on the phone and in person.

If you want to gain experience in the charity sector, or further your career in admin, this role could be for you. You’ll be part of a small team making a big impact worldwide!

If you would like to find out more or to ask any questions about the application process please contact us at jobs@globalcare.org.uk

The closing date for applications is 5pm on 22nd Aug Please submit your application form as soon as possible as we reserve the right to close the applications prior to the deadline depending on the initial response     

Closing date: 5 pm on 22 August 2022
Internship
Interserve Great Britain and Ireland / Birmingham
Part-time, Temporary / Salary / National Living Wage

On this internship you will contribute to seeing lives and communities transformed through Jesus Christ while growing your professional skills, building for your future and going deeper with God. 

Interserve’s vision is to see the lives and communities of the peoples of Asia & the Arab World transformed through encounter with Jesus Christ.  

We are a community of followers of Christ from all over the world, working together for the glory of God. Interserve workers come from over 20 countries; from South and North America, Europe, Africa, Australasia and Asia. Our community seeks transformation in Jesus’ name among the peoples of Asia & the Arab World, wherever they are.  

Internship 

This role is designed for someone at the start of their career.  Working as part of the National Office in the Communications & Fundraising Team, you will have the opportunity to grow your skills and build your experience, whilst contributing to seeking whole-life transformation through Jesus Christ among the peoples of Asia & the Arab World.  

You will engage in a learning and development programme designed to help you to grow spiritually and professionally. You will spend time with members of our community who are serving among Asian and Arab peoples around the UK and at the end of your internship there may be the opportunity for you to serve on a short-term placement overseas. There may also be opportunities for you to serve at our ministry centre in Birmingham.  This internship is for a period of one year, commencing September 2022.

What you’ll do 

  • Working alongside our Initiatives Co-ordinator and at times taking the lead on various projects, such as; prayer mobilisation, resource creation and video projects. 
  • Supporting the Communications Manager and Supporter Relations Co-ordinator by creating online and print content, representing Interserve at events and helping with fundraising campaigns and engaging with supporters 
  • Engage in a Learning and Development programme including visiting and supporting members of our community serving in the UK and possibly a short trip overseas.  

What you’ll bring 

  • A strong faith in Jesus and a passion to see his Kingdom grow throughout the world 
  • A self-starter attitude  
  • A desire to learn and grow 
  • Good written and verbal communication skills 
  • A friendly and warm personality 

Desirable 

  • Skills in video production, graphic design or creative-writing 
  • Some understanding and experience of global mission 
  • Experience working with social media 

What we’ll do for you 

  • Work with you to create a Learning and Development plan for your internship. 
  • Support your development over the period of the Internship, providing a mentor. 
  • Pray for and support you 

PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY

Hours – Part-time, 3 days per week 

Location – Birmingham and some home-working. Accommodation also offered at our ministry centre if required. 

Salary – National Living Wage. 

Interview date: 6th September 2022

To apply for this role, please send your CV and covering letter via email.

 Dawn Macaulay

People Care Co-ordinator (HR)

Closing date: 23.59 on 22 July 2022
Assistant Producer/ Presenter
Trans World Radio / Altrincham, Manchester
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £21,400

Trans World Radio is seeking an enthusiastic individual with vision and passion to join our creative team seeking to develop life-changing Christian radio.

Having a strong interest in radio is essential - though no professional qualifications will be required as training will be given - you will have a flexible approach and a keenness to learn the skills required to prepare and present speech-based Christian radio programmes.

Trans World Radio is an international Christian broadcasting network. TWR-UK is a missionary society and a Christian broadcaster, broadcasting throughout the UK.

For further details and an application form, please contact:

Dr. Russell Farnworth, rfarnworth@twr.org.uk

TWR, PO Box 606, Altrincham, WA14 2YS

www.twr.org.uk/vacancies

Closing date: 29 July 2022
Junior Graphic Designer
KingsGate Community Church / Peterborough
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £20,685 - £23,596

This is an opportunity for you to work as part of the Creative Media Team, generating ideas and designs for all aspects of promotion and publicity across all KingsGate campuses. 

On a day-to-day basis you will report directly to the Assistant Head of Creative Media. All staff are friendly, enthusiastic people who love being part of the vision here at KingsGate Community Church. To be successful in the post you will need to be able to meet all the essential criteria included in the Person Specification. 

Should you decide to apply and are successful in your application, you will be joining a group of well-motivated, enthusiastic people who work hard but have fun while doing so together. 

As part of the application process, you will need to submit a portfolio of work along with your completed application form.  Applications won’t be considered without a submitted portfolio

Please email all applications to hradministrator@kingsgate.church. 

Should you have any questions about the post please contact Matt Cernik via email matt.cernik@kingsgate.church 

Closing date: 5pm on 26 June 2022
Communications/ Production Assistant
Hope Consultants International / High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £19,752 - £23,189pa

Would you like to contribute to and learn more about how the Kingdom of God is growing around the world? Would you like to be part of a friendly, international, and globally connected team in a supportive Christian environment?

Hope Consultants International serves a global network of Christian teams, charities and NGOs by providing field supervision, consulting, coaching and training, logistical and support services, and crisis management.

We are looking for a Communications/ Production Assistant, to join our team as soon as possible. This position will involve supporting the editors by helping to create a fortnightly newsletter, upload and format content on the website, and review and update content. 

Responsibilities:

  • Production of communication from the International Office (IO/HCI) to the rest of the organisation.
  • Maintenance of content on our organisation’s private website.
  • Assist with the production of regular newsletters and other communication to our community members.
  • Help other departments communicate more effectively.

All these tasks require careful attention to lots of details.

You will also be encouraged to participate in the spiritual life of the organisation, including weekly prayer meetings.

The position is full-time, but flexible working may be considered.

Please contact the HR Manager Clare Harris at charris@hopeconsultants.org for further details and an application pack.

Closing date: 12 Noon on 8 July 2022
Graphic Designer
WEC International / location could be flexible or work from home
Full-time, Temporary / Personal support

Needed: a gifted graphic designer to join our UK Media and Communications team for a range of design projects, including print, branding, social and digital media and film-making. Although our headquarters is in Coventry, your location could be flexible or you could work from home.

Commitment: 1+ years. This position is unsalaried, as all WEC personnel look to God to provide their personal needs. WEC ref 14940

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 tell you more about us as a mission agency, give you more details about this and similar opportunities, and help you to pray through your options.

Community Development and Outreach Leader
Beacon Evangelical Church / Handsworth, Birmingham
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £21,341

Overall purpose of the role:

This role is being introduced in order to help the church respond to a clear calling to reach out to people in the local community who are trapped or oppressed by poverty and disadvantage. This will be relationship-centred work in a super diverse inner city area.

Initially, this will be the lead role in the creation of a new ministry, based on site, to reach out to our community to relieve the symptoms and address the causes of poverty and disadvantage practically and with the Gospel, to see lives restored and community rebuilt. This role will evolve into in the ongoing leadership, development and continued adaptation of the services introduced.  

Key tasks

  • Initially, to research and develop the new ministry/services, building on the work already carried out by the church
  • Give day to day leadership and oversight of the activities which services provide
  • Build relationships with individuals, families and organisations within the community
  • Provide one-to-one and small group discipleship and mentoring to some of the volunteers and clients within capacity
  • Be an active member of and contributor to the Beacon Centre Project    
  • Ensure that volunteers are adequately trained via external training or by preparing and delivering training for volunteers in-house
  • Work with the leadership team to provide discipleship, disciple-making and mentoring training for volunteers and those who use the service
  • Work with the Leadership Team as they oversee the Spiritual and pastoral oversight of the church. This will include attending Leaders’ committee and prayer meetings, business meetings and occasional preaching assignments
  • Create and maintain a framework for volunteers to participate, including the necessary policies, processes and training around safeguarding, volunteering, working with vulnerable people, volunteer support and administration
  • Ensure that all necessary records are kept in line with policies and procedures including records of clients served and outcomes achieved 
  • Agree and regularly update the outcomes which services are aiming to achieve

The church has a team leadership culture, so this role will involve working alongside the leadership team and volunteers from the church.

This job carries an occupational requirement for the applicant to be a committed and mature Christian who is sympathetic with the Church’s statement of faith and vision

Apllications can be sent by post to:

The Church Secretary

Beacon Evangelical Church, 47 Sandwell Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, B21 8NH

Closing date: 30 June 2022
Assistant School Manager, Lendrick Muir
Scripture Union Scotland / Lendrick Muir
Full-time, Permanent / Local salary / £23,017 - £24,687 per annum

Assistant Schools Manager, Lendrick Muir

Salary: £23,017 - £24,687, plus generous pension scheme and other benefits

Contract: Full Time/Substantive

Start Date: Monday 29th August 2022

(Some flexibility on dates may be possible)

Who we are:

Scripture Union Scotland is a national charity, with around 100 staff and over 2,000 volunteers. Our vision is to see every child and young person of Scotland exploring the Bible and responding to the significance of Jesus.

We have a wonderful new opening for an Assistant Schools Manager, based at Lendrick Muir near Kinross. Lendrick Muir is our largest residential centre, set in 120 acres of land, offering accommodation for groups of up to 165 and a broad range of outdoor activities. During term time we run school residentials, offering outdoor learning experiences to school pupils from all over Scotland. At weekends and during school holidays we host SU groups, youth groups, church groups and SU Holidays.

School residential programmes are designed in partnership with schools, to support their delivery of the Curriculum for Excellence through outdoor learning. We are looking for someone to come and join our schools team and be part of this exciting vision.

Purpose

In conjunction with the Schools Manager, the Assistant Schools Manager will be responsible for overseeing daily operations of a thriving school residential and day ministry at Lendrick Muir and promote excellent customer service through working alongside school groups whilst on residentials and activity days.

Key Responsibilities

  • Oversee all aspects of school visits from arrival through to evaluation of the visit
  • Liaise with schools and put in place all preparations for the visit
  • Update resources and teaching sessions as required
  • Carry out the line management of the Schools Liaison role and deputise for the Schools Manager as required
  • Participate fully in the life and ministry of the Lendrick Muir Centre and the wider

Scripture Union Scotland organisation

Who we are looking for:

We are seeking applicants who enjoy hospitality and have a desire to use their faith to work with children and young people. Applicants for this post should have some previous experience working or volunteering with young people, enjoy customer service and have a demonstrated interest in outdoor activities.

For this post, it is important that you are committed to SU Scotland’s ethos, working principles and vision and can demonstrate this through your commitment and motivation. It is also an Occupational Requirement (Equality Act - part 1, schedule 9), that the post-holder is a committed Christian.

The successful applicant will be required to become a member of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Scheme and the appointment will be subject to a satisfactory PVG Scheme Disclosure.

More information and an application pack can be downloaded from our website:  www.suscotland.org.uk/jobs

Alternatively, you can email us at hr@suscotland.org.uk, call us on 0141 352 7634.

Closing date:  Monday 11th July 2022

Interview date: Monday 18th July 2022

Start Date: Monday 29th August 2022

Scripture Union Scotland is an equitable employer and operates a safeguarding policy. Scottish Charity No. SC01122

More information and an application pack can be downloaded from our website:  www.suscotland.org.uk/jobs

Alternatively, you can email us at hr@suscotland.org.uk, call us on 0141 352 7634.

Closing date: 11 July 2022
Academic Dean
Tilsley College / Motherwell
Full-time, Permanent / Allowance

Role Descriptor

General Description

The Academic Dean is a senior position that combines theological and biblical competencies with considerable responsibility in the management and delivery of all of Tilsley College’s programmes. The Academic Dean also has a significant teaching load across all College programmes and works closely with other staff to ensure smooth collaboration and maximum benefit for the student body.

The Academic Dean is responsible for oversight of the College programmes, including accreditation and quality assurance standards. The role includes managing the College lecturers and visiting lecturers in regard to their teaching load and classroom responsibilities. As a section leader, the Academic Dean consults closely with other section leaders for the overall management of the College. All College staff ordinarily become GLO members or are seconded to GLO from other ministries/agencies.

Accountability

The Academic Dean is supervised by the Principal, and accountable through the Principal to the College Council.

Organisational position

The Academic Dean is line managed by the Principal but liaises closely with the other section leaders, namely, the Pastoral Lead, Registrar, Student Welfare Manager and Principal.

Main Purpose

The Academic Dean has overall responsibility for the management and delivery of the academic side of Tilsley College’s programmes.

Main Responsibilities:

The following responsibilities are highlighted:

  1. Management of Tilsley College Programmes
    1. Oversight of CertHE, DipHE and Baccalaureate programmes
    2. Oversight of non-accredited programmes (ADVANCE, JOSHUA Online, etc)
    3. Monitoring academic progress
    4. Timetabling
    5. Scheduling assessment and other assignments
       
  2. Accreditation
    1. Liaison with Tilsley College’s accrediting bodies for full compliance:
      1. European Council for Theological Education (ECTE)
      2. British Accreditation Council (BAC)
  1. Quality Assurance
    1. Liaison with College Council’s quality assurance sub-group
    2. Liaison with Tilsley College’s external moderator
    3. Lecturer assessment
       
  2. Management of visiting lecturers
     
  3. Continuing professional development for teaching staff
     
  4. Lecturing across all Tilsley College’s programmes as required
     
  5. Participation in the Mission Awareness Trip and Team Evangelism outings with students as needed
     
  6. Membership of the Registration committee (application to enrolment and progression)

General responsibilities

  1. To assist the Principal in the organisation, management and development of the College with a focus on discipleship and spiritual formation among all students
     
  2. To contribute to section leaders’ meetings for general College oversight
     
  3. To work harmoniously within and across the staff team
     
  4. To undertake training appropriate to continuing professional development
     
  5. To promote and uphold the ethos and profile of Tilsley College
     
  6. To report to the Principal regularly
     
  7. Other services commensurate with the responsibilities of an Academic Dean and as requested by the Principal

Hours of Work:

The hours of work are normally between 09:00 and 17:00, Monday to Friday, but some evening and weekend attendance may be required as will additional hours to discharge responsibilities as detailed in this descriptor.

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Due to the nature of the role, it is a genuine occupational requirement that the post holder is a committed Christian and fully supports the objectives of GLO Europe and Tilsley College.

GLO Europe and Tilsley College are committed to safeguarding adults at risk and children from abuse and neglect. We expect all staff who work with us to share this commitment.

Applicants must have the right to work in the UK.

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Dr Allan S McKinnon
Principal
78 Muir Street
Motherwell
ML1 1BN

amckinnon@glo-europe.org

Closing date: 5.00pm on 12 August 2022
RSHP (Relationships, Sexual Health & Parenthood) Project Leader
CVE Scotland / Home-based
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £28,113 - £33,729

Do you want young people in Scotland to have the opportunity to engage with a Christian perspective when they are taught the RHSP element of the Health and Wellbeing curriculum? Do you have experience in working with the Curriculum for Excellence? This could be the role just for you!

CVE Scotland is passionate about supporting school staff, chaplains and families in Scotland’s schools to communicate the Christian faith, so that children and young people can make informed choices about beliefs and values. We are looking for an enthusiastic person to lead a review of RSHP resources and produce additional material with God’s intention for human flourishing at its heart. We are searching for someone with excellent communication and people skills, who has a desire to serve Scottish schools and a vision to help the young people of Scotland explore Christian values.

The Job Description and Application Form can be downloaded from the webpage cve-scotland.org.uk/rshp-project-leader

The Project is a joint venture involving CVE Scotland and a Project Management Group drawn from a number of churches across Scotland. As a registered Scottish Charity, CVE Scotland is employing and directing the Project Leader, but the role will involve interaction with the Project Management Group, who will lend support and advice, and an operational Project Team drawn from both groups.

CONTRACT TERM: Initially twelve months

HOURS: Full-time: 35 hours per week (job sharing will be considered)

LOCATION: Home-based

PURPOSE: To work with the Project Management Group and CVE Management Committee in reviewing Relationships, Sexual Health & Parenthood (RSHP) resources and materials and producing additional material from a Christian worldview

RESPONSIBLE TO: Designated member of Management Committee

WORKING RELATIONSHIPS: With the representatives of the Project Management Group members, CVE Scotland Management Committee, and members of the Project Team

The role will involve engagement with Scottish Catholic Education Services (SCES), Lovewise UK, and other organisations who produce resources for delivering CfE on the RSHP strand of the curriculum for Scottish schools

LINE MANAGEMENT & RESPONSIBILITIES: Line management for the RSHP Project Leader rests with the designated member of the CVE Management Committee

TASKS & RESPONSIBILITIES

The key role of the Project Leader is to assist the CVE Management Committee and Project Management Group in achieving the aims and objectives of the Project Plan.

This will involve:

  • Working with CVE Management Committee and Project Management Group members to -
    • Analyse the materials and resources produced by Education Scotland to support the deliverance of CfE Health & Wellbeing – RSHP in Scottish schools.
    • Report on the analysis to the Project Management Group by producing a list of materials and resources which are considered to deny or undermine a Christian perspective.
  • Leading and supporting the Project Team in the development of resources and materials based on a Christian worldview
    • Using the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) Experiences & Outcomes and Benchmarks in the areas of concern identified in the RSHP resources, to carry out a review of the SCES materials (God’s Loving Plan and Call to Love).
    • Ascertain whether the SCES materials robustly and comprehensively meets the relevant CfE Experiences and Outcomes.
    • Ascertain whether the SCES materials address the areas of concerns raised by some of the RSHP.Scot materials.
    • Ascertain whether the SCES materials require updating – particularly in audio-visual material.
    • Consider resources produced by Lovewise.org.uk and Chameleon where gaps are identified in the review of the SCES materials.
  • Engaging with local Education Department representatives, and with Ms Lorna Aitken, Education Scotland Lead for Health and Wellbeing, while undertaking and developing the materials in a collaborative effort
    • to ensure a product that will meet the requirements of Curriculum for Excellence and be acceptable for use in all schools.

PERSON SPECIFICATION - SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

Essential

  • strong Christian faith, the values of which you live out and demonstrate in your daily life
  • commitment to the vision, values, and work practices of CVE Scotland
  • agreement with the CVE Scotland statement of faith
  • ability to demonstrate a commitment to the Bible and an ability to interpret its truth for contemporary life
  • active church membership
  • ability to work independently and self-motivate
  • ability to work as part of a team
  • ability to form and lead groups of people
  • excellent interpersonal skills
  • excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • strong motivation to work to a high standard
  • good administrative and organisational skills
  • good knowledge of the Scottish education system
  • experience in using the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence

Desirable

  • experience working in a Scottish school
  • good IT literacy with an ability to quickly learn how to administrate unfamiliar websites
  • show strategic and creative thinking
  • an ability to write to a good standard of English
  • video editing experience
  • willingness and availability for work outside office hours

Occupational Requirement

An Occupational Requirement applies in terms of the Equality Act (part 1, schedule 9). This post requires the occupant to have a personal faith in Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord, and to believe the Bible to be fully trustworthy, in all that they affirm, and the highest authority for faith and life in keeping with the Christian Values in Education Scotland statement of faith. These principles require to be applied alongside the professional skills required in this role.

Christian Values in Education Scotland aims to provide:
• A rationale and clear evidence for the importance of continuing Christian involvement in Scottish schools
• A wide range of continuously updated online resources, advice and networking for Christian organisations and churches, youth workers and volunteers seeking to work with schools across Scotland
• Resources and networking, plus face-to-face training for Christian teachers working across Scotland within the school system

For more information please contact Victoria Myles, CVE Senior Administrator: email cve@cve-scotland.org.uk or phone 07594 221589.

For information about Christian Values in Education Scotland please visit cve-scotland.org.uk/about-us.

Closing date: 23:59 on 6 July 2022
Staff Worker - Southampton
Friends International / Southampton
Full-time, Permanent / Salary with some personal support / £26,948 pa pro rata

Friends International (FI) 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 35 university towns and cities across the UK and Ireland.

Are you challenged by the God-given opportunity to reach unreached nations on our doorstep? Do you have a calling to befriend international students, sharing the good news of Jesus with them and preparing new believers to return home?  

Southampton and Winchester have 3 Universities with a total of over 9,000 international students. Friends International Southampton is seeking to recruit a new Staff Worker to enable our work in Southampton and Winchester to continue and expand further. Reporting to the Centre Team Leader, your role will depend on gifts and experience, but it will include frontline contact with students, mobilising and training volunteers, liaising with churches, and organising events and activities.

You will need to be:

*Educated to degree level or its equivalent

*Experienced in cross-cultural ministry in the UK and Ireland or abroad

*Willing and able to work as part of a team

*An active member of your local church

*Self-disciplined and able to organise your time

*Able to motivate and support local volunteers

*Supportive of interdenominational ministry and able to build relationships across church traditions

*Willing to trust God for support funds from churches and individuals

Hours: Up to full-time, dependent on the degree of personal support.  Supplementary local funding is available initially, with a view to growing full personal support over time.

Salary: £26,948 p.a. pro rata

Closing date for applications is 9.30am on Friday 15th July 2022.

To apply, please email your CV and covering letter to: Diane Smith, recruitment@friendsinternational.uk.

Formal application forms will be emailed to shortlisted candidates shortly after the closing date, with a potential interview date of Thursday 28th July 2022.

For more information please email your CV and covering letter to: Diane Smith, Friends International at recruitment@friendsinternational.uk.

Office: Friends International, The Rowan Centre, All Nations Christian College, Easneye, Ware, Herts, SG12 8LX 

Tel: 01920 460006

Closing date: 09.30 on 15 July 2022
Children's Evangelist
Birmingham City Mission / Birmingham
Full-time, Permanent, Part-time, Permanent / Salary with some personal support / £10.34/ hour

There is an opportunity for a children’s worker with a passion for outreach to join an existing team serving Birmingham children aged 5 -11 years. Most of the work takes place in primary schools and comprises: leading acts of collective worship, taking part in RE lessons, and leading after school clubs.  The team reaches approximately 30,000 children with the gospel message.  The team is also involved in holiday clubs, weekend camps, and other outreach activities designed for 5 -11s. 

The ideal candidate will be a Godly evangelical Christian who will have demonstrated a ‘heart for’ children’s ministry. He or she will have worked with children in either a paid or voluntary capacity on a full or part-time basis, possibly as a post graduate ministry trainee.

The candidate will have:

●          A full driving licence;

●          The personality and ability to engage children’s interest;

●          Experience in delivering Christian material to children; and

●          Some formal training in Bible handling or be willing to be trained;

The offer of this post will be subject to enhanced DBS clearance and satisfactory references.

Start date: Monday 7th November 2022

Closing date for applications: Monday 25th July 2022

Interviews: Tuesday 6th or 13th September 2022

For more information Contact: Mrs Kathryn Hindley, Children’s Team Co-ordinator,

Email:  kathrynhindley@birminghamcitymission.co.uk Tel:  0121 766 6603 option 3  

For an application pack: Derek Duke, HR Manager, derekduke@birminghamcitymission.co.uk

Tel:  0121 766 6603 option 5

Closing date: 12.00 on 25 July 2022
Staff Worker/ Apprentice Staff Worker - Birmingham
Friends International / Birmingham
Full-time, Permanent, , Temporary, Part-time, Permanent, , Temporary / Personal support / £17,290 - £25,714 pa. pro rata

Friends International (FI) 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 35 university towns and cities across the UK.

Are you challenged by the God-given opportunity to reach unreached nations on our doorstep? Do you have a calling to befriend international students, sharing the good news of Jesus with them and preparing new believers to return home?  

Birmingham has five universities with over 15,000 international students and academics. FI Birmingham is seeking to recruit a new Staff Worker or Apprentice Staff Worker to enable our work to expand further. Your role will depend on gifts and experience, but it will include frontline contact with students, mobilising and training volunteers, liaising with churches, organising events and activities, and/or pioneering work into more universities. You will need to be:

*Educated to degree level or its equivalent

*Experienced in cross-cultural ministry in the UK or abroad

(less ministry experience is expected for the Apprentice role)

*Willing and able to work as part of a team

*An active member of your local church

*Self-disciplined and able to organise your time

*Able to motivate and support local volunteers

*Supportive of interdenominational ministry and able to build relationships across church traditions

*Willing to trust God for support funds from churches and individuals

Hours: At least two days a week up to full-time, dependent on the degree of personal support.  Supplementary local funding is available initially, with a view to growing full personal support over time.

Salary: Up to £25,714 p.a. pro rata, dependent on skills and experience. From £17,290 for an apprentice position.

Closing date for applications is 09.30 on Monday 11th July 2022.

For more information, please email your CV and covering letter to:
Diane Smith at recruitment@friendsinternational.uk

Tel: 01920 460006                                   

Website: www.friendsinternational.uk

Closing date: 9.30 on 11 July 2022
Centre Team Leader - Hatfield (Hertfordshire)
Friends International / Hatfield, Hertfordshire
Full-time, Permanent, , Temporary, Part-time, Permanent, , Temporary / Personal support / £30,760 p.a. pro rata

Friends International is an evangelical mission agency dedicated to supporting and equipping churches to reach international students for Christ. We currently have 75 Field Staff and Associates working in 35 university towns and cities across the UK and Ireland.

As part of our strategic growth plan, we are seeking a Team Leader to set up a centre in Hatfield. As a Centre Team Leader, you will fulfil a vital role in developing international student ministries with and alongside evangelical churches and student organisations in the area. This will involve mobilising volunteers and liaising with church leaders to take the ministry forward. Personal evangelism and discipleship with international students will also be a key component of the work, as you seek to provide a model for others.

You will be:

  • Educated to degree level or its equivalent
  • Passionate about, and experienced in, cross-cultural ministry
  • A visionary able to prioritise and think strategically
  • A team builder with gifts of encouragement and pastoral care
  • An effective communicator
  • Committed to pursuing unity and building bridges across the evangelical spectrum
  • 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

Salary: These are personal-support funded roles (i.e. you will need to raise sufficient support for your own salary and associated employment costs from mission giving). The salary paid from your support raised will be pro rata of £30,760 per annum for a 35 hour week. A guide to the pledged support which needs to be raised is approx. £8,000 per annum for each day per week worked (further details on request). 

Hours: Up to full-time, dependent on degree of personal support.

For more information please email your CV and covering letter to: Diane Smith, Friends International at recruitment@friendsinternational.uk.

Office: Friends International, The Rowan Centre, All Nations Christian College, Easneye, Ware, Herts, SG12 8LX 

Tel: 01920 460006

Closing date: 09.30 on 1 July 2022
Centre Team Leader - Sheffield
Friends International / Sheffield
Full-time, Permanent, Part-time, Permanent / Personal support / £27,600 pa pro-rata

Friends International is an evangelical mission agency dedicated to supporting and equipping churches to reach international students for Christ. We currently have 75 Staff working in 35 university towns and cities across the UK and Ireland.

As a Centre Team Leader you will fulfil a vital role in working with the local team to develop international student ministries with and alongside evangelical churches in the city. This will involve mobilising volunteers and liaising with church leaders to take the ministry forward. Personal evangelism and discipleship with international students will also be a key component of the work, as you seek to provide a model for others.

You will be:

  • Educated to degree level or its equivalent
  • Passionate about cross-cultural ministry
  • A visionary able to prioritise and think strategically
  • A team builder with gifts of encouragement and pastoral care
  • An effective communicator
  • Committed to pursuing unity and building bridges across the evangelical spectrum
  • 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: Up to full-time, dependent on personal support (i.e. you will need to raise sufficient support for your own salary and work-related expenses from mission giving).  Partial local funding may be available as an initial base for further support-raising (details on request).

To apply, please email your CV and covering letter to:
Diane Smith, recruitment@friendsinternational.uk.

Formal application forms will be emailed to shortlisted candidates shortly after the closing date.

For more information please send your CV and covering letter to Diane Smith at recruitment@friendsinternational.uk

Tel: 01920 460006

Website: www.friendsinternational.uk/

Office: Friends International, The Rowan Centre, All Nations Christian College, Easneye, Ware, Herts, SG12 8LX 

Closing date: 09.30 on 1 July 2022
Centre Team Leader - Durham
Friends International / Durham
Full-time, Permanent, Part-time, Permanent / Personal support / £27,600 p.a.

Friends International is an evangelical mission agency dedicated to supporting and equipping churches to reach international students for Christ. We currently have 75 Field Staff and Associates working in 35 university towns and cities across the UK and Ireland.

As a Centre Team Leader you will fulfil a vital role in working with the local team to coordinate existing and develop new international student ministries with and alongside evangelical churches in the city.

This will involve mobilising volunteers and liaising with church leaders to build a team to take the ministry forward. Personal evangelism and discipleship with international students will also be a key component of the work, as you seek to provide a model for others. You will be:

  • Educated to degree level or its equivalent
  • Experienced in and passionate about cross-cultural ministry
  • A visionary able to prioritise and think strategically
  • A team builder with gifts of encouragement and pastoral care
  • An effective communicator
  • Committed to pursuing unity and building bridges across the evangelical spectrum
  • 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: Up to full-time (35 hours), dependent on personal support.

Salary: This is a personal-support funded role (i.e. you will need to raise sufficient support for your own salary and associated employment costs from mission giving). The salary paid will be pro rata of £27,600 per annum for a 35 hour week.

To apply, please email your CV and covering letter to: Diane Smith, recruitment@friendsinternational.uk.

Formal application forms will be emailed to shortlisted candidates shortly after the closing date.

For more information please send your CV and covering letter to Diane Smith at recruitment@friendsinternational.uk

Tel: 01920 460006

Website: www.friendsinternational.uk/

Office: Friends International, The Rowan Centre, All Nations Christian College, Easneye, Ware, Herts, SG12 8LX 

Closing date: 09.30 on 1 July 2022
Evangelist or Discipler
WEC International / Leicester and cities with similar demography
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support / none

Work with WEC's Neighbours Worldwide team to evangelise and disciple people of other religions in Leicester. The city is 50% non-Caucasian, and WEC's vision is to 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.

This position is unsalaried, as all WEC personnel look to God to provide their personal needs. WEC ref 7921

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 tell you more about us as a mission agency, give you more details about this and similar opportunities, and help you to pray through your options.

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: 1 December 2022
Chief Executive Officer
Hope Into Action / Peterborough
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / SOA

Hope into Action is a rapidly growing organisation, transforming how churches engage with the homeless. The vision is to see every church make a home for the homeless.

Hope into Action is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer to lead the organisation through a stage of considerable growth, with the number of HIA houses expected to double to 200 by 2025.

The right candidate will be a Christ-centred, relationally astute and humble leader. He/she will bring inspiration, creative energy, and strategic thinking to this important organisation at an exciting time in its development.

For an exploratory conversation, please get in touch with Carnelian Search with your CV: hopeintoaction@carneliansearch.com

Closing date: 5pm on 23 August 2022
Finance and Office Administrator
Mission Aviation Fellowship UK / Folkestone, Kent
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £21,500

Do you want to use your finance administration skills to make a difference?

This key role within the MAF UK team will include dealing with purchase ledger invoices, purchase orders and expenses, business credit cards, reconciliation of bank statements and petty cash.  Other duties include general office administration dealing with insurance policies, health and safety, vehicle record keeping, travel and accommodation.The ability to work cross functionally and with a high attention to detail is essential.

There is an occupational requirement for the job holder of this position to be a committed Christian. Additional information is available on request.

Responsibilities

You will be responsible for providing an efficient and reliable finance administrative service the includes processing invoices, expense claims and credit notes, preparing deposits, credit card payments, processing receipts and payments according to MAF UK systems and processes and dealing with all supplier issues.

This role also includes overseeing the purchasing of general office supplies, monitoring office cleanliness, kitchen and cloakrooms, health and safety administration and archiving.

Qualifications, Skills & Experience

We are looking for someone who is educated to A level or equivalent, ideally with experience in bookkeeping, accounting software and administrative experience in an office environment. 

You will be an organised individual with the ability to work independently as required with great communication skills and a logical approach to problem solving.

There is an occupational requirement for the job holder of this position to be a committed Christian.  Additional information is available on request.

Terms of Appointment

Salary £21,500 per annum

Non-contributory pension scheme of 10% of salary on joining

Paid annual leave entitlement of 22 days plus bank holidays and office closure between Christmas and New Year.

Applicants must be UK citizens or hold a valid work permit to live and work in the UK

Application Process

If you would like to find out more about this role you can contact the Head of Finance  on hr@maf-uk.org.

Selection Process

Closing date:  Monday, 11th July 2022 at 12 noon.

Interviews will be held on Tuesday, 19th July 2022.

The appointment will be made subject to satisfactory references and health clearance.

For more information:  www.maf-uk.org

HR@maf-uk.org

Phone: 01303 850950

MAF UK | First Floor | Castle House | Castle Hill Avenue | Folkestone | Kent | UK | CT20 2TQ

Closing date: 12 noon on 11 July 2022
Deputy Finance Leader
Operation Mobilisation / Quinta, Shropshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary with some personal support / up to £22,582 per annum

Use your professional accounting and leadership skills with a committed Finance team to make a real difference to OM’s Mission of sharing Jesus with the least reached.

Closing date: 5pm on 30 July 2022
Head of Finance
All Nations Christian College / Ware, Hertfordshire
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £45,000 p.a pro rata + benefts

We are looking to recruit an experienced Head of Finance to lead on all financial matters at All Nations Christian College. As a member of the Senior Leadership Team, you will control, direct and manage all college financial resources to meet statutory obligations and best practice financial management standards, and provide financial analysis and advice to assist the general management and strategic development of the college.

All Nations Christian College has a long history of successfully equipping men and women whose sights are firmly set on a future in mission work. In 2021 we celebrated 50 years of training for these remarkable individuals. We believe our work to be vital – preparing people for mission requires training for ‘the whole person’. And central to our ability to deliver high standards of education and growth for our students is a highly skilled, diverse and engaged team, ready to serve and make a difference. Could that be you?

Hours of work: 0.8 FTE

Team: Finance & HR

Salary: £45,000 p.a. pro-rata + benefits

Location: Easneye, Ware, Hertfordshire; (remote working considered with at least one day per week on site)

Report to: Principal & CEO

Holiday: 30 days pro rata plus days between Christmas & New Year, and bank holidays when they fall on a normal working day with the exception of the May Bank holidays.

Application closing date: 13th July 2022

(Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and may be progressed before the closing date.)

Due to the nature of the role, it is a genuine occupational requirement that the post holder is a committed Christian and fully supports the objectives of the college.

All Nations Christian College is committed to safeguarding adults at risk, and children from abuse and neglect. We expect all staff who work with us to share this commitment.

Applicants must have the right to work in the UK.

Please send us your CV and a covering letter explaining how your skills and experience are relevant, and why you are the ideal candidate for this post. Email hr@allnations.ac.uk   

(If you would like to have an informal phone conversation to find out more about the role, please contact HR hr@allnations.ac.uk )

Closing date: 5pm on 14 July 2022
Director of Finance and Governance
The Church Urban Fund / London
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £60,000 - £65,000

Reporting to the Deputy Group CEO, the Director of Finance and Governance is a newly created role. As part of our Senior Management Team (SMT), this role will be responsible for driving the financial and governance functions of CUF in such a way that maximises funds available whilst also supporting the delivery of first-class programmes and partnerships; the ultimate realisation of our vision and mission.

You will be accountable for the implementation of the financial and business objectives set out in CUF’s strategic plan and providing effective leadership to ensure the development of a well-oiled machine to underpin organisational effectiveness.

You will be responsible for all finance and governance functions within the organisation including (but not limited to) Finance, Governance, Risk Management and Compliance. Overseeing a team of five and direct management of two (Finance Manager and Governance Officer and Office Support) you will create a departmental culture that seeks to contribute to and constructively challenge all aspects of financial and business performance to ensure robust, effective and efficient plans, controls, processes, reporting and monitoring are in place.

You will adopt a business partnering approach in working with SMT and Heads of Departments to engage them with their departmental budgets and financial performance, working to create a culture where there is shared responsibility for the financial wellbeing of the organisation. You will also lead on engaging with other aspects of the organisation (fundraising, programmes, partnerships listening/learning, for example) in this spirt of meaningful business partnering.

For an informal discussion about this role, please contact our Deputy CEO, Adam Edwards, adam.edwards@cuf.org.uk

Applications for this role should be made by submitting your CV and covering letter, of no more than two sides of A4, which outlines your reasons for applying for the job and how you match the criteria contained in this job description.

Please send your CV and covering letter to hr@cuf.org.uk

The application deadline is 9:00am on Monday 27th June 2022. However, please note that we will be reviewing applications as they are received and scheduling interviews, therefore we encourage applying as soon as possible.

Closing date: 9am on 27 June 2022
Administrator - One Year Maternity Cover
Laing Family Trusts / Mill Hill, London NW7
Full-time, Temporary / Salary / £28,000 - £30,000 pa doe

The Laing Family Trusts are a group of four grant-making trusts which provide funding for a wide range of charities engaged in promoting Christian faith and values and in the relief of poverty both in the UK and overseas.

This is an excellent opportunity to gain administrative experience and knowledge of the voluntary sector in a small but busy and friendly environment, learning how grant-makers work to support charities helping those in need. You will be actively involved in the grant-making process as the first point of contact for a wide range of people communicating with the Trusts and will be responsible for looking after the database which supports this process. Initiative and flexibility and the confidence to work independently are essential for this role.

If you have excellent administrative skills, a highly organised approach to work and enjoy communicating with a wide variety of people, then we’d love to hear from you.

For more information and an application pack please see the website or email the Trust Director: e.harley@laingfamilytrusts.org.uk

Closing date for applications: 27th June 2022

Applicants must be in sympathy with the aims and ethos of the Laing Family Trusts.

For more information and an application pack please see the website or email the Trust Director: e.harley@laingfamilytrusts.org.uk

Closing date: 27 June 2022
Registered Care Home Manager
Preston Bethany Care / Preston
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £38,000 to £44,000

Bethany House was established 35 years ago as a Christ-centred home for older adults, providing excellent care and spiritual encouragement. We are looking to appoint a registered manager who is a committed Christian, with a heart for older adults, to continue leadership of a caring and loving home for our residents.

About the role

  • Responsible for the day-to-day management of the 26-bed home, ensuring that it operates to the highest professional and quality standards 
  • Lead a Christian ethos focused on delivering excellent care and pastoral support
  • Working with supportive management and a strong staff team
  • Participate with the director/trustees in planning budgets and strategic decisions about the future of the home
  • Full-time, permanent

About you

  • A strong practising Christian, able to lead the Christian ethos within the home
  • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management in Adult Care or equivalent, or working towards 

There is an occupational requirement for the post holder to be a practising Christian, able to agree with our Christian ethos statement and the doctrinal basis of the Evangelical Alliance. An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for all positions at Bethany House. 

Details and an application form are available at https://bethanyhouse.org.uk/registered-manager-vacancy.

Closing date: 09:00 on 29 June 2022
Front of House Assistant
The King's Centre Ltd / Oxford
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £20,300 - £21,300

The King’s Centre Ltd is looking to recruit a hardworking, enthusiastic person to become part of our Events Staff team and assist our Front of House and Facilities manager. This position is an entry level position, so no previous experience in the events and meetings industry is necessary.

The successful candidate will learn the following:

• How to do Room set up and de-sets for the events and meetings industry.
• How to meet the needs of individual clients.
• Catering preparation.
• How to make a great cup of Coffee for clients.
• Food/ Catering Hygiene
• Basic First Aid Training.
• Working at heights training.
• Cleaning.
• AV Training in lighting and sound.
• Learning to be part of a team. 

General Manager Tim King tim.king@kingscentre.co.uk 01865 297400

Closing date: 31 July 2022
Mission Mobiliser
WEC International / working out from your region
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support / none

Inspire churches and individuals to learn about and get more seriously involved in mission. Join our team of mission mobilisers networking across the UK and Ireland. Develop partnerships with sending churches, promote cross-cultural mission, and mobilise prayer and personnel. Support WEC’s teams ministering in your region, and cooperate with other mission agency representatives to see churches more engaged with mission.

This position is unsalaried, as all WEC personnel look to God to provide their personal needs. WEC ref 6496

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 tell you more about us as a mission agency, give you more details about this and similar opportunities, and help you to pray through your options.

Web Developer
Church Edit Websites and iKnow Church / Home-working
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £30,000 - £45,000

About Church Edit and iKnow Church

Church Edit and iKnow Church are tools created by the UK’s Leading Christian Software Company with the software being used by churches of all sizes all around the UK.

Job Description

We are looking for an experienced web developer to join our team and help us to continue building great software for our churches and other organisations.

If this is you 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 and church mobile app.

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.  

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. 

We are looking for experienced developers so you must have at least 3 years developing in a commercial environment with good working knowledge of either Laravel or CodeIgniter. 

This is an exciting position to work in a small company serving the Kingdom.  As a small company, we have a team that supports and advises churches/clients on using our software and a developer team which continually enhances the software.   We always log suggestions from churches using our software so this will often feed into the development process that you will be a part of. 

Skills

Excellent programming skills.
PHP, SQL, Laravel or CodeIgniter, Javascript, CSS3, Bootstrap, AJAX, Git and Linux terminal, Docker.

The desire to explore and experiment with new technologies. 
Excellent testing methodology (ideally Unit testing). 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.

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.

  • 24 days holiday per year (+ bank holidays) increasing to 26 days per year after 2 years

  • Activity each quarter - each quarter we plan to meet together for an activity like bowling/ paintballing

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

This job can be fully remote with occasional team meetups / meetings in Solihull.

Church Edit Websites
Blythe Valley Innovation Centre
Solihull
West Midlands 
B90 8AJ
Closing date: 30 June 2022
Church Leader (Pastor)
LifeChurch Brackley / Brackley, Northamptonshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £35k - £44k

LifeChurch Brackley

Location: LifeChurch Brackley, Brackley, South Northamptonshire

Salary Range: £35k - £44k (Permanent Post)

Closing date: 29th July 2022

LifeChurch Brackley is seeking to appoint a new leader (pastor) to help lead and shape the church as we write the next chapter of our story. With an expanding population, we believe this is an exciting and strategic opportunity for someone looking to be part of a church with a passion to be connected into the heart of the community. Someone who longs to see people find genuine faith in Jesus and becoming life-long disciples.

We are looking for someone with a heart for God’s word and gifted to teach it in a way that is both relevant and faithful. Someone dependent on the Holy Spirit, with a desire to equip and empower our staff and team of amazing volunteers and build on the foundations that have been laid to become a local church with a global impact.

The person must strategically and faithfully help us navigate the changing world and enable us to, not just do church, but be church. They will be both servant-hearted and wholehearted in the way they lead and inspire those around them.

There is a genuine occupational requirement that post holders are practising Christians. An enhanced DBS check will be required.

For further information and the application form, please email: info@lifechurchbrackley.com

Closing date: 29 July 2022
Student Worker
St Paul's Church Leamington Spa / Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Part-time, Temporary / Salary / £22,000 to £29,000

£22,000 - £29,000 per year (FTE), (depending on experience)

20 hours a week, extra hours in a different ministry area may be available for the right candidate

St Paul’s is a large evangelical church in Leamington Spa (recently voted one of the best places to live in the UK).  We have recently become a Mission Hub (a resource church) for the diocese.  Our student ministry included around 50 students before the pandemic.  Numbers are currently smaller and we would love to grow this ministry again.    

We are looking for someone who loves Jesus and students, is passionate about helping students to come to faith and grow in Christian maturity and who will build community amongst our students.

There is some flexibility in the post for the person God is calling, and it could therefore be combined with another area of ministry (eg. worship or youth).

This is a post for one year initially but there is potential for it to become a permanent post. 

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

Deadline for applications:  Noon on Monday 4th July

Interview dates:  Wednesday 13th or Thursday 14th July

For more information, contact our office team at office@stpl.org.uk

or email our Vicar, Jonathan Jee (jonathan.jee@stpl.org.uk) or our Curate, Andy Ruffhead (andy.ruffhead@stpl.org.uk) for a chat about the role.  

Closing date: 12 noon on 4 July 2022
Associate Minister/ Pastor
Central Baptist Church / Chelmsford, Essex
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £28,000 - £35,000

Full Time: £28,000 - £35,000 or BU stipend plus housing allowance

We are looking for a gifted Associate Minister/Pastor to join our developing ministry team at a large, multi-cultural and lively family church in the centre of Chelmsford, Essex.

We want someone with a pastoral heart to help care for our 350+ regular attenders, but who also shares our vision for promoting multi-ethnic church and our passion to see people saved and growing as disciples of Jesus within a loving, caring community.

You will be involved in a variety of ministry activities including preaching and teaching, pastoral care, discipleship, and outreach events, overseeing ministry groups, developing our home groups, and supporting city-wide initiatives. We are keen to develop new ideas and projects too and would welcome any further skills or gifts you can bring to this role.

Our morning services are fairly contemporary, with lively band led worship, clear biblical teaching and an informal family feel. Evening services vary in style with topical discussions and worship nights. Social events also play a key part in helping us grow as family too with special events such as picnics, meals out and our Big Church Weekend at High Leigh.

We have large, modern premises with great facilities and our building is regularly used to host a wide range of community activities, many of which we run ourselves. We also enjoy good working relationships with other churches and various outreach ministries in the city.

This is a great opportunity to be part of a friendly, enthusiastic staff team at a growing and active church, right in the centre of a thriving city. 

NB Applications can only be considered from UK citizens or from those who otherwise have a right to work in the UK. The closing date for all applications is: 30th June 2022

For further details, a job description, person spec. and application form, please visit our website www.centralbaptistchelmsford.org or, for an initial informal chat about the post, call Phil Marsden on 01245 264163.

Closing date: 23:59 on 30 June 2022
Director
CYO Colchester / Colchester
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £26,437 to £28,001

This is an exciting opportunity to lead this well established Christian charity that serves schools and colleges across Colchester with projects that help young people grow in life, hope and faith.

You would be leading a staff team of five and a growing team of volunteers as well as partnering with local churches and youth leaders. Together you would be delivering chaplaincy, pastoral mentoring and a wide range of highly regarded spiritual and personal development projects in secondary schools and colleges across the Colchester area and also supporting local churches in their work with primary schools.

With a committed and capable team, a strong reputation and a faithful supporter base, we are looking for our next Director who will work with trustees to shape our strategic direction and lead the team forward to achieve our ambitions.

You will be a motivated and passionate leader with an enthusiasm for ensuring a compassionate Christian presence in our local schools and colleges.  With a vibrant Christian faith and experience of UK schools or youth work, you will demonstrate an ability to apply the teachings, values and practical outworking of the Christian faith in an educational setting.

In return we can offer you a unique opportunity to take our work forward and grow our influence and impact for the benefit of young people locally.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

Please contact us by email to recruitment@cyocolchester.org.uk for an information pack, job description and person specification and for details about how to apply. Your enquiry will be handled by CYO trustees Gareth Mitchell and Lesley Walder who are managing the recruitment process.

You may also contact Gareth and Lesley at the above email address, or current Director Tim Abbott tim@cyocolchester.org.uk , if you would like an informal opportunity to discuss this post.

Closing date: 5.00pm on 1 July 2022
Corporate Partnerships and Institutional Funding Manager
Mission Aviation Fellowship UK / Folkestone, Kent
Full-time, Permanent / Local salary / £37,000 per annum

Do you have one or more of the following?

  • A successful track record developing corporate partnerships in the charity sector
  • Experience in the landscape of institutional fundraising
  • Strong transferable experience that positions you for success in these areas

We are looking for a highly skilled relationship builder and confident fundraiser to establish and develop the institutional and corporate fundraising streams for Mission Aviation Fellowship.  You will play a central role in the growth and development of this area of our fundraising, to deliver high quality, high value, long term relationships for MAF.

Responsibilities

You will be responsible for a portfolio of relationships to manage and deliver an income to agreed targets.  This will involve successfully establishing, developing, and maintaining long term relationships with companies and businesses to support the work of MAF, including growing our Business Club, as well as taking the lead on both corporate and institutional funding applications.

Qualifications, Skills & Experience

We are looking for someone who is educated to degree level or equivalent, ideally with corporate fundraising experience.  It is highly desirable to have worked with donors in a relationship management environment, and desirable to also have some institutional fundraising experience. Experience of working in an overseas development charity context would be beneficial but this is not essential. 

You will be a proactive, organised individual with high levels of emotional intelligence, full of ideas and energy to engage in high profile events and campaigns.

Applications will also be considered from those with transferable skills such as business development or relationship management in a business setting.  Those with strong development potential will also be considered.

There is an occupational requirement for the job holder of this position to be a committed Christian.  Remote working, with some attendance required at scheduled key meetings, will be considered for this post, though hybrid or office working favoured. Additional information is available on request.

Terms of Appointment

  • Salary £37,000 per annum
  • Non-contributory pension scheme of 10% of salary on joining
  • Paid annual leave entitlement of 22 days plus bank holidays and office closure between Christmas and New Year.
  • Applicants must be UK citizens or hold a valid work permit to live and work in the UK

Selection Process

Closing date:  Monday, 11th July 2022 at 12 noon.

We will be screening applicants as they apply and the role will remain open until the closing date, screening interviews will be held on an individually agreed basis. 

Final formal interviews will be held on Tuesday, 19th July 2022 .

The appointment will be made subject to satisfactory references and health clearance.

MAF UK HR Team

hr@maf-uk.org

Closing date: 12 noon on 11 July 2022
Direct Marketing Manager
Church Mission Society / Oxford
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £37,885 to £41,865
  • Permanent, full-time post (35 hours a week)
  • Based at CMS House, Oxford, with up to two days’ flexibility for home working (currently CMS employees are working from home three to four days a week)
  • Starting salary £37,885 to £41,865 depending on experience, with a generous pension contribution: up to 15 per cent employer contribution on annual salary

We particularly welcome applications from women and/or individuals from minority groups as they are currently underrepresented within our organisation at this level. All appointments are made on merit of skill, experience and potential as laid down in the job description and person specification.

Your role

In this role you will be responsible for all of Church Mission Society’s direct marketing – online and offline – to individuals and churches in Britain. With overall responsibility for digital engagement, you will work closely with others to ensure CMS has an integrated and appropriately resourced approach to direct marketing and digital development. You’ll work closely with colleagues to develop and deliver inspiring, fundraising campaigns.

The organisation you’ll be joining

Church Mission Society is comprised of people who are passionate about mission and fired up about helping people follow Jesus. For over 200 years CMS has been at the forefront of global mission, living out the gospel of Jesus, seeing lives changed and communities transformed. If you join CMS you will find an organisation that has been reinvigorated with a fresh vision to make disciples of Jesus among people at the edges, both in the UK and around the world.

What you’ll need to succeed

The successful candidate will have a marketing or fundraising background and be an engaging communicator, a self-starter who is able to successfully coordinate multiple projects and a people-motivator. You will have proven experience of leading teams and projects and meeting income targets. You’ll be adaptable and analytical, with an open and inquisitive nature.

It is also a requirement for this post holder to be a committed and practising Christian, enthusiastic about the aims and values of CMS.

Further details can be found in the job description and person specification available to download below.

Our commitment to you

Our core values of being pioneering, relational, faithful and evangelistic are integral to everything we do, and we work hard to ensure that every member of staff is valued, supported and encouraged to continually learn and develop their skills.

Closing date: Midnight on 26 June 2022
Supporter Engagement Officer
European Christian Mission / Northampton
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £21,468.79 p.a. pro rata

As the primary point of personal interaction between ECMB and our supporters, this is a strategically important position. You will be responsible for ensuring that communication with our supporters regarding finance and prayer is of the highest standard. You will act as receptionist for the office but, crucially, you will correspond with individual supporters concerning their donations and be responsible for recording communications and maintaining the office database.

You will need excellent administration and communication skills, including experience with software such as MS Word and Excel. An ability to be organised, with good interpersonal skills is also important. You must be able to clearly express ECMB’s values, vision, mission and Christian ethos to our Christian supporters and enquirers/business contacts of other faiths and none. There is, therefore, an Occupational Requirement (OR) that the person appointed will be a committed Christian.

Please see the attached job description for a detailed description of the role, a person specification and details on how to apply.

This is a part time role for up to 21 hours per week (with hours to be worked over 3 - 4 days).  The salary is £21,468.79 p.a. pro rata (3 day equivalent would be £12,881.27 p.a).

Closing Date: 9am Monday 27th June

Interview Date: Tuesday 5th July and/or Tuesday 12th July

This is one of two new part-time roles at ECM Britain. We are also recruiting for a Support Services Administrator. It is conceivable that one person could cover both roles, given the right mix of skills and experience.  Please see our other advert on Christian Vocations if you are interested in applying for one or both of these roles.

ECM Britain can only accept applications from individuals who have proof of the right to live and work in the UK.

If you would like to receive an application pack, please download from our website at: Ecmbritain.org/we-are-hiring

If you have any questions please email personnel@ecmi.org or telephone the office on 07511 530642.

Closing date: 9:00 on 27 June 2022
Mark Drama Worker
The Mark Drama / Southampton
Full-time, Temporary / Salary / £22,000

Mark Drama Worker 

We are looking for a creative person to work alongside Andrew Page to enable the spread of the Mark Drama, primarily in the UK but also across the world. 

The Mark Drama is a dramatic in-the-round presentation of every incident in Mark's Gospel, acted out by 15 people from a church or Christian Union with the help of a trained Mark Drama director. Productions of the Mark Drama have already taken place in over 20 different countries. By the end of June there will have been 25 Mark Drama productions in the UK this year.

For more information, go to themarkdrama.com

The work will include directing productions and training new directors. This person will be creative, have the ability to enthuse others with what God can do through Mark Drama, and will be a competent administrator. Previous experience in drama is not essential.

This job will be based in Southampton UK, will initially be for one year (probably starting in September 2022, and potentially developing into something more) and is a paid position. This is a key ministry, ideal for someone committed to the creative use of the Bible in evangelism. 

For more information or to request an application form, please write to Andrew Page: andrew@themarkdrama.com

The Mark Drama is a ministry of Above Bar Church, Southampton. The deadline for applications is 30th June 2022.

Contact Andrew Page: andrew@themarkdrama.com.

Closing date: 30 June 2022
Arts Ministry UK Leader
WEC International / Leeds, West Yorkshire
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support / none

Our ministry's vision is to 'reach the unreached, worshipping, discipling, training and mobilising through the arts'. Could you play a pivotal role as the UK Leader of WEC's ArtsRelease ministry now flourishing in many countries? This is a strategic role which will oversee WEC's growing cross-cultural arts ministry teams here in the UK. As the UK Ministry Leader you will oversee the full-time UK teams, 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 using the arts in cross-cultural ways to evangelise, church plant and mobilise.

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, introduce you to WEC as a mission agency, give you more details about this and similar opportunities, and help you to pray through your options.

Closing date: 31 December 2022
Maintenance Technician
Operation Mobilisation / London
Full-time, Permanent / Salary with some personal support / up to £20,276 pa DOE

Can you help us provide a building maintenance service for our properties in the UK, primarily London, and also engage with Outreach ministry?

This role requires you to have a Right to Work in the UK.

Closing date: 5pm on 30 July 2022
Facilities Maintenance Technician
United Christian Broadcasters / Stoke-on-Trent
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £19,920 - £20,580 pa doe

Having well maintained and functioning buildings cared for and conserved by friendly enthusiastic staff preserves a good impression and upholds our reputation for outstanding customer service.

As a Facilities Maintenance Technician you will have excellent customer service skills with the initiative to exceed expectations. You will be a skilled maintenance and repairs worker with the experience and understanding of what is required to execute maintenance and repairs across two very diverse buildings, one of which is in a conservation area. A working knowledge of plumbing, joinery or other associated trades would be advantageous.  You will also require a full driving licence as transport requests are an essential part of the role.

We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic and self-motivated, who will take pleasure in their work and delights in offering a service to others.  If you have the necessary attitude as well as aptitude then any additional training will be provided.

This position is based at our site in Hanchurch Lane, Stoke on Trent ST4 8RY but it will be necessary to travel to our site in Westport Road, Burslem, Stoke on Trent ST6 4JF as workload dictates.

Closing date for applications: Thursday 30th June 2022 - noon

On Site Interviews: Friday 8th July 2022

Salary: £19,920 - £20,580 per annum (depending on skill and experience) plus staff benefits. UCB's staff benefits include life assurance of 4x salary, healthcare cash plan, and matched pension contributions up to 6%

We require a completed application form to apply for this position. For an application form and job description please visit www.ucb.co.uk/vacancies

UCB is a Christian Charity.  Schedule 9 Part 1 (3a) and (3b) of the Equality Act 2010 apply to this vacancy

For an application form and job description please visit www.ucb.co.uk/vacancies

Closing date: 12 noon on 30 June 2022
Head of Programme (Four Positions)
BMS World Mission / Didcot, Oxfordfordhsire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £42,646- - £47,865

BMS World Mission is recruiting four key leadership roles, within its newly restructured Department for World Mission.

  • Head of Programme - Developing Resilience (Most marginalised)
  • Head of Programme - Evangelism and Discipleship (Least marginalised)
  • Head of Programme - People on the Move
  • Head of Programme - Capacity Strengthening and Cross-cutting (themes)

Are you a leader with experience in leading and empowering dispersed teams in diverse and complex mission contexts? Do you have a passion to see some of the most marginalised and least evangelised communities around the world experience abundant life?

Do you have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, with a high level of intercultural sensitivity and leadership experience? Do you also have the ability to lead teams towards collaborative, fruitful mission impact? Have you worked with or supported organisations in a variety of contexts, including in the Global South? Do you have a commitment to seeing mission from everywhere to everywhere, where the members of the Body of Christ share in mission collaboratively? And do you bring significant experience in one or more of the following areas of BMS’ mission priorities?

  • Relief and/ or International/ Community development
  • Evangelism, discipleship, and church planting
  • Refugee ministry in diverse contexts
  • Organisational capacity strengthening, gender justice or creation stewardship

We are looking for four individuals to take on these new and strategic roles within BMS.

Working closely with the Director for Mission, the Heads of Programme ( HoPs) will take responsibility for one of BMS’ key programmatic areas of work (Most Marginalised, Least Evangelised, People on the Move) or its Capacity Strengthening and Cross-cutting themes (including gender justice and creation stewardship), while also sharing in the team leadership of the Department for World Mission.

HoPs will line manage specialist leads and oversee the management of BMS mission workers and others, within the team they are responsible for Oversight of the programme will involve ensuring BMS delivers on its agreed strategic goals and is able to adapt to the changing missional needs of our work with partners around the world.

The successful applicant will be a committed Christian. The nature of this role means that this is a specific occupational requirement.

Location: Didcot, UK or within an international mission context where BMS works

Hours: 35 hrs per week/ full-time

Employment: Permanent

Salary range: Salary set at the national equivalent of a UK salary of £42,646 - £47,865 based on relative national salary levels of the relevant Global South/ BMS mission context, and  increasing in periodic increments to the top of the band

Closing date: 9:00am, Friday 15th July 2022

Interview: Planned between 21st - 27th July in Didcot, England

If you would like to discuss this role with the Director for Mission, Arthur Brown, please contact Elizabeth O’Brien via eobrien@bmsworldmission.org to arrange a suitable time.

For full information and to download a recruitment pack, please visit www.bmsworldmission.org/jobs 

Please send your completed application form along with all necessary documents to hrcs@bmsworldmission.org 

Closing date: 9.00am on 15 July 2022
Activity Instructor, Lendrick Muir
Scripture Union Scotland / Lendrick Muir, Rumbling Bridge, Kinross KY13 0QA
Full-time, Temporary / Salary / £19,305 per annum

Salary:  £19,305 per annum

Contract: Full time/ Fixed term for 3 years

Start date: September 2022

Who we are:

Scripture Union Scotland is a national charity, with around 100 staff and over 2,000 volunteers. Our vision is to see every child and young person of Scotland exploring the Bible and responding to the significance of Jesus.

Our centres regularly host school groups participating in residential experiences, youth groups enjoying weekend breaks and a variety of SU Holidays. Making the most of the stunning opportunities that Scotland’s countryside affords, we use outdoor activities to build relationships with young people, enabling them to have fun, develop new skills and work together.

We currently have a vacancy for an Activities Instructor to be based at our Lendrick Muir Centre, near Kinross. Lendrick Muir is set in 120 acres of grounds with accommodation for up to 150 guests.

Purpose:

As an Activities Instructor, you will be part of an instruction team, delivering a range of activities to our guests. You will also support the development of new activities and maintain the activity equipment and infrastructure.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Play an integral part of the outdoor instructional team, leading and instructing outdoor activity sessions
  • Assisting the Activities Manager with the training of the Trainee Activities Instructors; both on-site activities and working towards NGBs
  • Look after guests during school residentials, including some evening work
  • Participate fully in the life and ministry of the Lendrick Muir Centre and the wider Scripture Union Scotland organisation

Who we are looking for:

We are seeking applicants who have a passion for the outdoors and a desire to use their faith to work with children and young people. Applicants for this post should have at least 2 years’ experience of instructing activities and hold two NGB Award (either CWI, BC Sheltered Water Coach or MTB Level 2) and training towards a third NGB, as well as holding a current first aid certificate.  Further NGB awards would be beneficial.  A full UK Driving License is essential (preferably with D1 + E).

For this post, it is important that you are committed to SU Scotland’s ethos, working principles and vision and are able to demonstrate this through your commitment and motivation. It is also an Occupational Requirement (Equality Act - part 1, schedule 9), that the post-holder is a committed Christian.

The successful applicant will be required to become a member of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Scheme and the appointment will be subject to a satisfactory PVG Scheme Disclosure.

More information and an application pack can be downloaded from our website: www.suscotland.org.uk/jobs

Closing date:  15th August 2022

Interview: 30th and 31st August 2022 (interview over both days)

Scripture Union Scotland is an equitable employer and operates a safeguarding policy.

Scottish Charity No. SC011222

You can email us at hr@suscotland.org.uk or telephone 0141 352 7634.

Closing date: 15 August 2022
Activity Instructor, Lendrick Muir, living on site
Scripture Union Scotland / Lendrick Muir, Rumbling Bridge, Kinross KY13 0QA
Full-time, Temporary / Salary / £14,625 pa plus accommodation

Salary: Your total salary is £14,625 per annum plus accommodation.

Contract: Full time/ Fixed term for 3 years

Start date: September 2022

Who we are:

Scripture Union Scotland is a national charity, with around 100 staff and over 2,000 volunteers. Our vision is to see every child and young person of Scotland exploring the Bible and responding to the significance of Jesus.

Our centres regularly host school groups participating in residential experiences, youth groups enjoying weekend breaks and a variety of SU Holidays. Making the most of the stunning opportunities that Scotland’s countryside affords, we use outdoor activities to build relationships with young people, enabling them to have fun, develop new skills and work together.

We currently have a vacancy for an Activities Instructor to be based at our Lendrick Muir Centre, near Kinross. Lendrick Muir is set in 120 acres of grounds with accommodation for up to 150 guests.

Purpose:

As an Activities Instructor, you will be part of an instruction team, delivering a range of activities to our guests. You will also support the development of new activities and maintain the activity equipment and infrastructure.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Play an integral part of the outdoor instructional team, leading and instructing outdoor activity sessions
  • Assisting the Activities Manager with the training of the Trainee Activities Instructors; both on-site activities and working towards NGBs
  • Look after guests during school residentials, including some evening work
  • Participate fully in the life and ministry of the Lendrick Muir Centre and the wider Scripture Union Scotland organisation.

Who we are looking for:

We are seeking applicants who have a passion for the outdoors and a desire to use their faith to work with children and young people. Applicants for this post should have at least 2 years’ experience of instructing activities and hold two NGB Award (either CWI, BC Sheltered Water Coach or MTB Level 2) and training towards a third NGB, as well as holding a current first aid certificate.  Further NGB awards would be beneficial.  A full UK Driving License is essential (preferably with D1 + E).

For this post it is important that you are committed to SU Scotland's ethos, working principles and vision and are able to demonstrate this through your commitment and motivation. It is also an Occupational Requirement (Equality Act - part 1, schedule 9), that the post-holder is a committed Christian.

The successful applicant will be required to become a member of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Scheme and the appointment will be subject to a satisfactory PVG Scheme Disclosure.

More information and an application pack can be downloaded from our website: www.suscotland.org.uk/jobs

Closing date:  15 August 2022

Interview: 30th and 31st August 2022 (interview over both days)

Scripture Union Scotland is an equitable employer and operates a safeguarding policy.

Scottish Charity No. SC011222

you can email us at hr@suscotland.org.uk or telephone 0141 352 7634.

Closing date: 5pm on 15 August 2022
Trainee Activities Instructors, Alltnacriche and Lendrick Muir
Scripture Union Scotland / Lendrick Muir and Alltnacriche
Full-time, Temporary / Salary / £750 per month plus accomm

Trainee Activities Instructor Opportunities

Alltnacriche and Lendrick Muir

Contract: Fixed term/ Full time – Two-year Training programme based at our outdoor centres

 Salary: £750 per month, plus accommodation and generous pension scheme

Who we are:

Scripture Union Scotland is a registered charity that desires to see every child and young person in Scotland explore the Bible and respond to the significance of Jesus.   We have exciting opportunities for Trainee Activities Instructors, based at two of our activity centres in Scotland.

Our centres regularly host school groups participating in residential experiences, youth groups enjoying weekend breaks and a variety of SU Holidays. Making the most of the stunning opportunities that Scotland’s countryside affords, we use outdoor activities to build relationships with young people, enabling them to have fun, develop new skills and work together. This is a unique opportunity to learn outdoor instructional skills on the job while gaining the fuller experience of being part of a centre community.  Throughout your training you will be mentored by an experienced instructor, and you will also be paid an allowance each month.

Purpose:

As a Trainee Activities Instructor, you will be working as part of the activity team, learning to lead outdoor sessions for our guests and helping to maintain the equipment and infrastructure. You will have the chance to work towards several NGB qualifications as well as gain on the job instructional and group work skills. Qualifications might include: outdoor first aid, paddlesports, archery, mountain bike and Velotech silver award.

Responsibilities:

  • Play an integral part of the outdoor instructional team, supporting outdoor activity sessions
  • Undertake on the job training as well as work towards NGB qualifications
  • Look after guests during school residentials, including some evening work
  • Get involved in all aspects of centre life
  • Take part in SU Scotland team meetings and Centre prayer meetings and Bible studies

Who we are looking for:

We are seeking applicants who have a passion for the outdoors and a desire to use their faith to work with children and young people. Applicants should have some previous experience of working with young people and a commitment to actively participate in a 2-year integrated training programme. There may be the opportunity to extend for a further year and gain additional qualifications.

For this post, it is important that you are committed to SU Scotland’s ethos, working principles and vision and are able to demonstrate this through your commitment and motivation. It is also an Occupational Requirement (Equality Act - part 1, schedule 9), that the post-holder is a committed Christian.

The successful applicant will be required to become a member of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Scheme and the appointment will be subject to a satisfactory PVG Scheme Disclosure.

More information and an application pack can be downloaded from our website: www.suscotland.org.uk/jobs

Alternatively, you can email us at hr@suscotland.org.uk or telephone 0141 352 7634.

Alltnacriche Applicants

Closing date:  31st July 2022

Interview: 31st August/ 1st September (the interview will take place over both dates)

Start date: End September 2022

Lendrick Muir Applicants

Closing date:  22nd August 2022

Interview:  6th/ 7th September 2022 (the interview will take place over both dates)

Start date: January 2023

Scripture Union Scotland is an equitable employer and operates a safeguarding policy.

Scottish Charity No. SC011222

More information and an application pack can be downloaded from our website: www.suscotland.org.uk/jobs

Alternatively, you can email us at hr@suscotland.org.uk or telephone 0141 352 7634.

Closing date: 31 July 2022
PE Teacher and Secondary Tutor
The King's School / Oxfordshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £24,281 - £28,588 pa

This is an exciting opportunity available to be involved in teaching at our successful Christian school. The King’s School has operated for over 30 years providing Primary and Secondary education. Currently the roll is 200 pupils.

We are looking for a full time teacher who can take on the role of PE teacher alongside being a Secondary tutor.  There is also the possibility that the role will include some Primary PE teaching, and could include teaching of other subjects within the Secondary school, depending on the applicant.  The successful candidate will be an excellent practitioner, flexible, and servant-hearted. The candidate will be able to build upon the successes of the past, maintaining the distinctive quality and tone of the school, and will be able to work as part of a strong staff team in line with the vision of Oxfordshire Community Churches. It is therefore a genuine and determining occupational requirement that the job-holder must be a committed Christian willing to work with others in the context of OCC's ethos statement.

Expected Roles

Responsibility for PE and Games Teaching across the secondary school

  • Oversight and development of GCSE PE
  • Secondary Tutor

Potential Roles

  • Duke of Edinburgh Award Manager
  • Primary PE teaching
  • Teaching other subjects within the Secondary school

It is desirable for the successful applicant to hold a D1 (minibus) driving qualification, although training could be provided if required.

For further information, to arrange an informal visit to the school or to request an application form please contact Kathryn Smith, School Administrator of The King’s School, office@tkswitney.org.uk, or telephone 01993 778463. If you are able please also send your CV in advance of your application form. 

Closing date: 30 June 2022
Youth & Families Team Leader
Beckenham Baptist Church / Beckenham, SE London
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £20,000 - £24,000 pro rata doe

Passionate about working with children, families and young people and seeing them grow in their faith?

We are seeking a Youth & Families Team Leader to co-ordinate the existing work, to develop the quality and range of our work, implement new initiatives and to represent and champion the children and young people within the life of the Church

For more details, full job description etc., please contact:

Dave Short – dave.short1@ntlworld.com

Closing date for applications: 12th August 2022

Closing date: 5pm on 12 August 2022
Drop-in Lead
The Souster Youth Trust / Thrapston, Northamptonshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £26,000 - £30,000

We are looking for a Drop-in Lead to come and oversee our brand new after-school drop-in service for young people. Could this be the right next step for you or someone you know? Could you help us get this new piece of work off the ground?

Hours: Full Time (37.5 hrs)

Salary: £26,000 - £30,000 depending on experience

Location: Thrapston

Closing date: 1st July, 2022

About the role:
Souster Youth is a Christian charity working in local schools to support the social, emotional, and spiritual needs of young people. Over the past six years we’ve made an impact in local schools by increasing the mental health of students and helping them explore the Christian faith in relevant ways. Our innovative work is already making waves in the area. But, we want to do so much more.

Opening in September 2022, our drop-in centre will address the needs of young people outside of school hours and we’re already looking forward to seeing it packed with local young people. There will also be opportunities for our current volunteers as we form a completely new team to oversee the drop-in centre.

https://www.sousteryouth.org/newsandarticles/we-are-recruiting

Applications by CV and covering letter addressing the key responsibilities, tasks and person specification to be received by:
1st July, 2022 to jason@sousteryouth.org

Interviews to be held w/c 4th July, 2022. Successful candidates to begin employment as soon as possible.

For an informal chat about this post please email, or call Jason Royce on 01832 735999.

Closing date: 12:00 on 1 July 2022
Kids & Youth Ministry Leader
Rising Brook Baptist Church / Stafford
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £20,954 per annum

Rising Brook is an expressive and growing church with a unique focus on mission in the heart of the communities we serve. We're looking for a passionate and creative individual to join our dynamic Children, Youth & Families Team to lead local children's & youth ministry as well as connect in with our team's work nationally with partners such as Spring Harvest, Scripture Union & Urban Saints, and internationally with our mission partners overseas.

If you are a visionary leader with a passion for seeing children & young people develop in faith and teams released into their calling, then we'd love to hear from you.

If you would like to be considered for the role of Kids & Youth Ministry Leader then please complete the application form at https://risingbrook.org/jobs

Closing date for applications: Friday 1st July 2022

Interviews will take place between 4th and 15th July.

Workspace: Office space will be provided at Rising Brook Community Church (Stafford)
Working hours: 37.5 hours per week (full time)
Salary: £20,954 per annum

For any more information or if you have any questions then please feel free to email ruth.stephenson@risingbrook.org

Closing date: 5:00pm on 1 July 2022