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Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive and Leadership Team
Stewardship / E1CY 8AB
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £27k-30k

The Executive Assistant role is a key support to Stewardship’s CEO and five person leadership team by assisting the leadership team and trustees operate effectively in their leadership, governance and external promotion of Stewardship and its charitable objectives.

The role will involve organising and coordinating the team’s schedule by organising key external and internal meetings, administrative support to the senior team as well as communicating with key stakeholders on behalf of both the CEO and Leadership Team. 

A key part of the role will also be acting as the focal point for the Chair and other non-executive trustees in their support for Stewardship.

The role requires a proactive team player who engages with and supports the work of the leadership of the organisation. Someone who can balance the need to use their own initiative while taking direction from a variety of senior staff to deliver the best outcomes for the organisation.

If you like working in a dynamic fast moving Christian team, dealing with all varieties of people and moving effortlessly from basic administration to organising complex and sensitive events this role is perfect.

Main responsibilities and duties include, but will not be limited to:

  • Proactively manage the CEO’s complex and varied diary focused on external relationships and provide similar diary and administrative support to the Leadership Team when necessary; coordinate domestic and overseas travel for the CEO and Leadership Team
  • Act as the key contact point for the CEO and Leadership Team, handling correspondence and external enquiries and responding on their behalf, and assisting in preparing and managing communications to the wider staff team, Trustees or key clients, where appropriate
  • Be the point of contact for the chair and trustees including organising the Stewardship Trustee Council and its committees on a quarterly cycle (including two further boards: Lamb’s Passage Holdings and Stewardship America). This includes: coordinating attendance, distributing papers, undertaking some Company Secretary duties and writing the minutes of the meetings. Less regular duties include updating the Trustee Handbook, coordinating any Trustee recruitment processes and organising the annual trustee retreat.
  • Prepare agendas, papers, and presentations for key internal meetings, including monthly Extended Leadership Team, quarterly All Staff meetings and an annual staff retreat
  • Carry out special projects for the CEO and Leadership Team, to help achieve the strategic goals of the organisation
  • Occasionally provide additional support to the Reception & Hospitality Team when required.

Application process

Please complete your application online by visiting www.stewardship.org.uk/jobs and clicking on the link by the relevant job vacancy.

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

For further information, please contact Kofo Abidemi, HR Administrator

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

Telephone:   020 8502 5600 extension 307

Email:          careers@stewardship.org.uk

 

Closing date: 19 August 2020
Communications Officer
500k International /
Part-time, Temporary / Salary / £20,000 - £23,000pa

500k is a small and rapdily growing organisation which exists to empower indigenous people in their work of sharing the love of God and establishing faith communities in South Asia. We are seeking a Communications (Comms) Officer to lead our engagement with our prayer and giving community. This is primarily done through the sharing of stories of how God is using 500k to transform lives in Asia and of the breakthroughs we are achieving there. The Comms Officer will also play a crucial role in the organisation's fundraising strategy, particularly in the domains of donor retention, development and acquisition.

Time: 2-3 days a week (negotiable)

Salary: £20,000-£23,000 pa for full time [40 hours/week] equivalent. 

The ideal applicant will:

  • Be a committed Christian and be passionate about 500k's mission of sharing the Good News of Jesus.
  • Be a talented story teller.
  • Have significant copy writing and marketing experience.
  • Have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to execute meaningful and inspirational two-way communication with diverse groups of people, from business leaders and owners (major donors) through NGO and church leaders, to indigenous South Asian workers with only a limited grasp of English - and everyone in between. 
  • Be able to organise and execute fundraisers and vision events.  
  • Be self-motivated and able to work from home and without close supervision.
  • Have the strategy and leadership skills to optimise our existing comms strategy and adapt it in accordance with the organisation's rapidly developing needs.
  • Have either the capacity to create media, website, video and other marketing tools OR have the capacity to engage contractors for this work.

Background:

This is an exciting opportunity to play an important role at a critical juncture in a young and rapidly growing organisation's development. The Comms Officer will:

  • Participate in a small and passionate team.
  • Be immersed in a start-up culture.
  • Work with some of the world's most inspirational workers on the front-line in South Asia.

We are a young and rapidly growing organisation. In the last 6 years we have expanded from supporting 30 indigenous workers to over 500. We have grown in income from c. £30,000 p.a. to over £400,000 p.a. and are seeking to continue this growth. Despite this we are a small team of 3 employed staff working alongside active trustees and volunteers. Ed, the Founder and Lead, gives 3 days a week to leading the organisation alongside his work as a medical doctor. 

We are based in London but most staff work from home or own office space. There is no geographic limitation to this role. 

The role:

The Comms Officer is a temporary 1 year role. We anticipate the organisation to develop significantly during this time and the role shall be re-evaluated at the end of this period.

The Comms Officer will be expected to develop the comms strategy implementation but at present it is (in order of importance):

  1. Once weekly Social media content (stories & charity updates).
  2. 2 monthly and ad-hoc (as required) newsletters.
  3. Overseeing the quality of worker sponsorship reports and materials (the execution of this will continue to be done by the existing staff team).
  4. Supporting Ed in major donor relations.
  5. Helping plan and implement fundraisers/vision events.
  6. Helping develop new promotional materials including web, video etc.

Applying

For more information or any questions please contact Ed on ed@the500k.com 

To apply send the following to ed@the500k.com

  1. An up to date CV

  2. A brief cover letter (max 500 words) on why you are interested in the job and your relevant skills and experience

  3. Any relevant previous materials you’ve produced (this can include promotional stories, newsletter emails, marketing pieces or graphics/web/video work. 

A shortlist will be invited to interview

 

For further information about the role and organisation please email Edward Foster on ed@the500k.com

Closing date: 17:00:00 on 21 August 2020
Communications & Engagement Manager
Westminster Chapel / Buckingham Gate, London SW1E 6BS
Part-time, Temporary / Salary / £26,000 to £32,000 pro rata

ROLE SUMMARY

The Communications & Engagement Manager (CEM) supports the various ministries of the church through communications and media, both in-person and online.

 

LINES OF AUTHORITY

Under the Lord the CEM will be responsible to the Executive Pastor.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Fulfils the character qualifications of a Deacon as taught in the Scriptures
  • Demonstrates commitment to a local body of believers
  • Good grasp and hearty endorsement of the vision, mission, style-points and biblical and theological orientation of the leadership of Westminster Chapel
  • Proven track-record in leading ministry teams

 

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Good leadership skills and a team builder
  • Servant-heart and willingness to work under authority
  • Strong organisational and administrative skills
  • Significant inter-personal skills, with ability to work with and maintain positive, loyal relationships with others
  • Excellent communication skills: including written and spoken
  • Ability to manage and maintain a Wordpress website and a Subsplash app
  • Proficient in graphic design, video editing software, and livestream production workflow

 

SPECIFIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

(*These duties are applicable while the church is not meeting in-person. When the church returns to in-person meetings, specific responsibilities may change but will remain in line with the categories outlined.)

 

Online Services:

  • Review and edit all online service content for upload by Friday each week
  • Coordinate the work of a team to produce sermon slides, video contributions, closed captioning, transitions, upload to a streaming/premiere platform
  • Sunday review and planning of the following Sunday

 

Regular Meetings - Staff Prayer & Catch-Ups:

  • Attend Staff Team prayer and meeting (9am, Tues)
  • Weekly communications catch-up (Tue, after staff meeting)

 

Social Media:

  • Keep Chapel’s media channels up to date, and create content for these streams
  • Create and maintain social media communications plan to promote Chapel activities
  • Respond to and engage users on all platforms

 

Website and App:

  • Update the website and blog where needed
  • Ensure the Wordpress system is in good order
  • Update Subsplash events and content
  • Ensure all external and internal messaging is up to date

 

Communications:

  • Help edit/draft/send Lead Elder and churchwide emails and communications

 

Graphic Design:

  • Create graphics for sermon series and slides for sermons
  • Order flyers and printed publicity materials

 

Miscellaneous:

  • Main point of contact for Chapel's office email account.

 

START DATE:                        To be determined

STATUS:                                Temporary, part-time, up to 1 year (leave cover)

HOURS OF WORK:               20 hours per week

LOCATION:                            Work from home; regular meeting times required

 

We thank all applicants and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

Westminster Chapel invites applications from all qualified individuals. Chapel is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from visible minorities, and persons with disabilities.

Upon request, accommodation will be provided for persons with disabilities through all stages of the recruitment and selection process.

 

HOW TO APPLY: Please fill in our Job Application form at http://westminsterchapel.org.uk/job-application. (If you require this as a word document, please email jobs@westminsterchapel.org.uk and we’ll be happy to send one over.)

 

Closing date: 17 August 2020
Prayer Coordinator for UK and Ireland
WEC International / UK & Ireland
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support

Promote effective, fervent, consistent prayer throughout WEC in the UK. In this pivotal role, you will ensure all of WEC's aims and objectives are covered in prayer. You will support and encourage prayer for cross-cultural mission, encourage WEC members, departments, ministries and retirees to make prayer a priority, encourage and support WEC's current prayer groups, help to develop new WEC prayer groups and networks, and support and encourage regional and national prayer initiatives.

Investigate and circulate key information and issues for prayer, by email, by speaking, and through WEC's official publicity channels. By your example, help WEC to demonstrate that prayer is its first priority.

Commitment 2+ years. This position is unsalaried, as all WEC personnel look to God to provide their personal needs. WEC ref 10218.

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

Closing date: 31 December 2020
Director of Communications
The Scottish Bible Society / Edinburgh
Full-time, Permanent / Salary

Purpose

The Scottish Bible Society (SBS) is looking for an experienced Communications Director to join the Senior Staff Team, reporting to the Chief Executive.

You will be responsible for leading and championing the delivery of a communications strategy which will raise the profile of the SBS brand, engaging both existing and new audiences to support the SBS mission, whilst motivating the entire staff team to deliver the organisational objectives.

Person Specification

We are looking for a communications leader who is both creative and strategic, and who thrives in a senior management position as part of a leadership team.

You will be passionate about the transformational impact of the Bible and motivated to use your extensive marketing and PR experience to amplify stories from Scotland and around the world to resonate with a Scottish Christian audience. 

As a team player with excellent interpersonal and influencing skills, you will enjoy leading from the front and learning from others.  You will be passionate about developing a professional and high-achieving department composed of two teams: Donor Care and Communications.

You will have a talent for motivating others to do their best work, coaching them to work collaboratively across SBS, with the wider United Bible Societies network around the world, and with external partners and suppliers.  

Faith requirement – in order to write and edit biblical copy and Christian content for our key audience, this role requires an understanding of the different Christian communities in Scotland.  You will also respect the Society’s Christian ethos and values.

Key Responsibilities

  • Amplify the brand and raise the profile of SBS, connecting with existing and new audiences, inspiring them to support the SBS mission and engage with the Bible.
  • Own, grow and optimise all digital and offline channels so that more people engage with the full range of our work.
  • Develop and lead the communications strategy, driving the messaging to all external stakeholders, particularly donors and supporters in the Christian community, delivering effective supporter journeys / pathways.
  • Oversee campaigns that help meet fundraising targets.
  • Effectively manage and control a departmental budget.
  • Provide expert guidance, advice and support to the Senior Staff Team and Chief Executive, Directors, staff, and volunteer speakers, taking the lead on delivering key communications campaigns.
  • Represent SBS at external meetings with partner organisations, agencies, and the wider United Bible Societies network.
  • Develop strong relationships with local and trade press, spearheading all media relations and fundraising appeal communications.
  • Manage and guard the SBS brand in all design work across SBS, providing direction, and advice, including in procurement and design standards, leading on the continuous review and improvements to the existing production activities.
  • Manage and coach the communications team, providing Christian support and encouraging development and growth opportunities.
  • Participate in and occasionally lead Bible studies at all-staff meetings and prayer meetings.
  • Undertake any other tasks requested by the Chief Executive.

About you

  • 10 years in a senior communications, PR, or marketing management position.
  • Proven track record of leading fundraising campaigns for a charitable organisation, or a background in campaign management driving sales for a commercial organisation.
  • Confidence in testing and optimising campaign activity and strategies through a robust, analytical methodology.
  • Experience working for charitable organisations or in international development, interacting with a board of directors and with an understanding of charity reporting and governance matters.
  • A detailed knowledge of all Scottish, Christian, and UK media, as well as the Christian and social environment in Scotland.
  • Excellent planning and organisation skills, with the ability to manage projects and organise your own workload and that of direct line reports.
  • Strong leadership and people management skills balanced with a willingness to listen and learn from others.  A genuine interest in developing people.
  • A natural preference for collaboration and teamwork, able to interact and manage a wide range of stakeholders at different levels of seniority, sometimes in a cross-cultural context, to deliver the best possible outcome for the charity.
  • Excellent working knowledge of GDPR, advertising standards, fundraising standards, and other industry governance.

Working Pattern

  • Based in head office, Edinburgh.
  • Full time Monday to Friday business hours.
  • Flexibility to fulfil out of normal business hours or occasional weekend engagements, with time off in lieu.
  • Some UK and overseas travel from time-to-time may be required, with time off in lieu.

Scottish Bible Society Values

All staff commit to the following values as a staff team and we encourage these in our volunteers:

  • Mission focussed
  • Bible-centred

Please refer to the SBS Values document for a full description.

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to jenny.grimmond@scottishbiblesociety.org

For an informal discussion about the role, please call Jenny Grimmond on 0131 347 9813.

Closing date: 5pm on 14 August 2020
Church Partnership Intern
Reach Beyond / Bradford, West Yorkshire
Full-time, Temporary, Part-time, Temporary / Personal support

We’re looking for an outgoing, organised and relational individual who is passionate about equipping the local church with the tools for mission.

You’ll be involved in: 

  • Casting Reach Beyond’s vision at events up and down the country
  • Developing relationships with local churches
  • Church visits
  • Marketing and strategy for churches
  • Database work

We want to invest in an intern who is ready to get stuck-in and build Reach Beyond’s church network. If you’re a team player, passionate about reaching the unreached and ready for a new challenge – we’d love to hear from you!

For further information phone: 01274 721810.

Communications Director
WEC International / Coventry, West Midlands
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support

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

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

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

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

Closing date: 31 December 2020
Tenant & Church Empowerment Worker (part time)
Hope into Action: Mid Sussex / Burgess Hill
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £22,000 - £25,000 pro rata

Hope Into Action provide high quality supported accommodation for vulnerable homeless people in partnership with Churches.  We are now excited to be recruiting for a Church & Tenant Empowerment Worker (part time, 15-22.5hrs per week pending funding decision) to support our growing number of properties across Mid Sussex.  The role has a two-fold purpose: to empower tenants in their full journey from referral to housing, and to engage and empower partner churches through voluntary and financial support and training. 

The main tasks include:

Tenant Empowerment

  • To support, empower and lead tenant journeys. This starts at referral and finishes with move on
  • To ensure tenants are fully aware of the rules, boundaries and consequences of their actions and to encourage them into good decision making

Church Empowerment

  • To keep Church volunteers enthused and equipped for their role and to ensure they too are supported
  • To keep the wider Church informed of developments and keep the project in their thoughts and prayers
  • To speak at Church services and help raise awareness of Hope into Action and seek out opportunities to get new Churches into partnership

Other

  • To pray and be a strong Christian witness and presence with all you work with
  • To give advice and signpost to other agencies when necessary
  • To lone work when necessary
  • To field and answer the ‘out of hours phone’ as appropriate

This is a part-time role that may require occasional working during evenings and weekends.  An enhanced DBS check is required. 

For further information contact Nigel Goodenough:
07926 526556
nigel.goodenough@hopeintoaction.org.uk
midsussex.info@hopeintoaction.org.uk

Closing date: 11 September 2020
Cross-cultural Community Worker
Interserve Great Britain and Ireland / Farnborough
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support

Since 2007 when Nepalese ex-Gurkhas received the right to reside in UK, many thousands of Gurkha veterans have been arriving in various army locations around Britain and in particular the Farnborough & Aldershot area. Since 2010 two Interserve Partners have been working with local churches and community organisations to serve, befriend and share Jesus’ love with the Nepalese people and those of other faiths in the area.

We would love to be able to reach more widely, particularly younger people and families, and respond to new requests from local agencies. We are looking for someone to come and join the team(s).

Knowledge of Nepali language/experience of Nepal desirable but not essential; learning opportunities available.

Current activities include:

  • ESOL teaching at local community centre
  • Church-based conversation clubs
  • Community garden
  • Schools work
  • Advocacy work with local agencies; council and community liaison
  • Churches together projects and prayer groups
  • Discipleship with Nepali church
  • Partnering with Nepali church in outreach ministry/enquirers’ group

For further information contact start@interserve.org.uk

Closing date: 31 August 2020
Engineering Training Scheme
Mission Aviation Fellowship UK /
Full-time, Permanent / Combination / Allowance plus support raising

MAF UK is excited to be rolling out a sponsored aircraft engineering training scheme to enable aspiring aircraft maintenance engineers to join MAF and work overseas.

If you’re successful, we will help you achieve the theoretical knowledge and practical experience necessary to obtain an EASA B1 or B2 licence.

You will then go on to serve with MAF in one of our programmes across Africa and the Asia-Pacific region.

Ideal candidates will have completed A-levels in mathematics and physics to grade B or above, possess a vibrant Christian faith and the support of a local church community, demonstrate maturity, resilience, a keen interest in aircraft engineering and the ability to pass an occupational medical. 

Candidates can download a brochure, job profile, guidance and application form at; https://www.maf-uk.org/maf-engineer-training-scheme

Closing date: 12noon on 31 August 2020
Centre Team Leader - Exeter
Friends International / Exeter
Full-time, Permanent, Part-time, Permanent / Personal support / £25,095 pa (pro rata)

Friends International is an evangelical mission agency dedicated to supporting and equipping UK churches to reach international students for Christ. We currently have 70 Field Staff and Associates working in 40 university towns and cities across the UK.

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 (35 hours per week), dependent on degree of personal support
(i.e. sufficient support for your own salary and work-related expenses from mission giving).

There is a degree of local seed funding available.

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

Friends International, The Rowan Centre, All Nations Christian College, Easneye, Ware SG12 8LX.

Closing date: 09.00 on 11 September 2020
Centre Team Leaders - Central and SW London
Friends International / Home-based within London
Full-time, Permanent, Part-time, Permanent / Personal support / £29,831 pa (pro rata)

Friends International is an evangelical mission agency dedicated to supporting and equipping UK churches to reach international students for Christ. We currently have 70 Field Staff and Associates working in 40 university towns and cities across the UK.

As part of our strategic growth plan, we are seeking two Team Leaders to set up centres in Central and SW London. As a Centre Team Leader, you will fulfil a vital role in developing 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 degree of personal support (i.e. sufficient support for your own salary and work-related expenses from mission giving).

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

Postal Address: The Rowan Centre, All Nations Christian College, Easneye, Ware, Herts, SG12 8LX

Tel: 01920 460006 or 0777 340 3377

Closing date: 09:00 on 11 September 2020
Centre Team Leader - Reading
Friends International / Reading
Full-time, Permanent, Part-time, Permanent / Personal support / £26,253 pa pro-rata

Friends International is an evangelical mission agency dedicated to supporting and equipping UK churches to reach international students for Christ. We currently have 70 Field Staff and Associates working in 40 university towns and cities across the UK.

As a Centre Team Leader you will fulfil a vital role in helping and equipping evangelical churches to develop international student ministries in Reading. 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 per week), dependent on personal support.  Salary and employment expenses are raised by the staff member through mission giving; however, partial local funding may be available as an initial base for further support-raising (details on request).

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

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

Tel. 01920 460006 or 07773 403377

Closing date: 09.00 on 24 August 2020
Centre Team Leader - Paisley
Friends International / Paisley
Full-time, Permanent, Part-time, Permanent / Personal support / £25,095 p a (pro rata)

Friends International is an evangelical mission agency dedicated to supporting and equipping UK churches to reach international students for Christ. We currently have 70 Staff working in 40 university towns and cities across the UK.

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 Paisley. 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
  • 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 £25,095 per annum for a 35 hour week. Some local funding may be available as an initial base for further support-raising.

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

Tel: 01920 460006 or 0777 340 3377

Website: www.friendsinternational.uk

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

Closing date: 09.00 on 24 August 2020
Centre Team Leader - Glasgow
Friends International / Glasgow
Full-time, Permanent, Part-time, Permanent / Personal support / £26,050 pa pro-rata

Friends International is an evangelical mission agency dedicated to supporting and equipping UK churches to reach international students for Christ. We currently have 70 Field Staff and Associates working in 40 university towns and cities across the UK.

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
  • 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 individual

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).

This is a fulfilling role for a born leader with a servant heart.

If you are interested and want to know more, please email your CV and a covering letter to Diane Smith: recruitment@friendsinternational.uk

For more information, please call and speak to Diane on: 01920 460006 or 07773403377

Closing date: 09.00 on 24 August 2020
Cross-cultural Church Planter
WEC International / Many cities across England and Northern Ireland
Full-time, Permanent, , Temporary, Part-time, Permanent, , Temporary / Personal support

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Closing date: 31 December 2020
Finance Manager
Navigators UK / Southampton, Hampshire
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £25-33,000 pa

The Navigators are a global partnership working in more than 100 countries with the commitment to help individuals and communities of believers to know Christ and make him known. The Navigators UK have ministered in the UK and overseas for over 60 years; the work of the charity is carried out by around 75 self-employed workers. We are looking for a Finance Manager to be based in our national office in Southampton alongside our experienced Office Manager.

This is a senior role where you will be responsible for processing and managing the financial and management accounts of the Navigators UK (turnover £1.6M) and Navigators Europe (turnover £140K). Your duties will include day to day financial processing, monitoring budgets, producing end of year accounts for audit, and reporting to senior leadership and the Board of Trustees. You will have financial experience, be accurate, and exercise a high degree of confidentiality.

It is an occupational requirement that the post-holder be a person professing and practising the Christian faith. The role is fulltime (37.5 hours a week). We encourage flexible working and will consider remote working for part of the week.

Closing date for applications: 30 September 2020

Interview date: week of the 12 October 2020

Start date: As soon as possible

 

Closing date: 23:00 on 30 September 2020
Finance Assistant
OMF International UK / Borough Green, Sevenoaks
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £19,000 - £21,000 pa pro rata

Based in our head office in Borough Green, Sevenoaks

£19,000-£21,000pa pro-rata (depending on experience)

Permanent, 28 hours (4 days) pw

Are you a team player with a high level of attention to detail? Do you enjoy working with numbers and keeping things organised? If you would value the opportunity to gain experience working in finance and work in a charity then this may be the right role for you.

OMF International UK are looking for a Finance Assistant to take responsibility for a range of financial and administrative duties including accounts payable processing, administering the Gift Aid recovery programme and assisting in the processing of donations.

The role requires relevant GCSE qualifications and strong organisational skills. Bookkeeping experience is desirable, but not essential as the successful applicant will learn on the job under supervision.

The deadline for applications is Thursday 13th August. Interviews will be held at our office in Borough Green, Sevenoaks on 3rd & 4th September.

To apply for the role, please complete the Application Form and email it to UK.humanresources@omfmail.com by Thursday 13th August.

For more information see the Job Description and Person Specification.

 

 

Closing date: 13 August 2020
Head of Accounting Services
Stewardship / London EC1Y 8AB
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £47,000 - £53,000pa

This is a role which gives an opportunity to someone who is dynamic, strategic, is enthusiastic about serving the organisation’s Christian mission, prizes excellence and leads others well.

As Head of Accounting Services, your role will be to manage a team of up to ten staff   delivering accounting services to over 370 clients (including your own client portfolio); forming client delivery strategy in consultation with the Leadership Team; and ensuring that the team continues to deliver quality professional services

Main responsibilities:

Service delivery: 

  • Oversight and responsibility for the delivery of the Accounts Examination Service, including line managing other team members, and ensuring clients receive an excellent service which complies with our Service Level Agreement.
  • Managing own client portfolio of 50+ clients, including conducting accounts preparation and examination, and giving professional advice to our clients when appropriate.
  • Being responsible for overseeing the AES budget, monthly KPI results, profitability, utilisation, and capacity workings.
  • Responsibility for overseeing technical compliance:
    • Ensuring awareness of Charity Commission and accounting body best practice on accounting and examinations;
    • Overseeing process and template updates in accordance with changing requirements;
    • Overseeing development and delivery of training within the team and managing others assisting with this.
  • Reviewing resource capacities alongside strategy in developing partnerships with new clients.

Strategy and leadership:

  • As part of the Extended Management Team, working with the Leadership Team on short and long-term objectives for the Accounts Examination Service and the wider organisation.
  • Liaising with the Chief Relationship Officer in strategy, reporting and budgeting.
  • As part of the Relationship Services Leadership Team; seeking to strengthen cross-team collaboration, enabling an integrated service to our partners in ministry, and delivering excellent customer service. 

Application process

Please complete your application online by clicking here

You will need to provide a copy of your C.V.

For further information, please contact Kofo Abidemi, HR Administrator

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

Telephone:      020 8502 5600 extension 307

Email:              careers@stewardship.org.uk

Closing date: 25 August 2020
Accounts Examiner
Stewardship / London EC1Y 8AB
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £34,000 - £40,000pa

There is great demand for our services and we are seeking to strengthen the team so that we can actively support clients and develop the services we provide so that we can serve the church in the United Kingdom more effectively. 

The role involves the preparation and independent examination of year end accounts for our client charities whilst being alert to broader issues (be they related to internal controls, risks, governance, regulation or communications on finance) that may need to be brought to the attention of our clients.  The applicant may also, depending on their skills and experience, be asked to provide other ad hoc advice and assistance to clients and be asked to assist with education and training.  Our clients are churches and other Christian charities with income below the current audit threshold of £1,000,000.

Responsibilities:

Key (applicable to all applicants)

  • Undertake the preparation of year end accounts for our client charities.  For charitable companies and larger charities, this will mean preparing accounts that comply with the Charities SORP.
  • Undertake, or review, independent examinations of charity accounts. 
  • Reviewing the information we receive to identify any significant financial, regulatory or other financial issues that need to be brought to attention of our client charities.

Ancillary (the extent of involvement will depend on the skills and experience of the applicant)

  • Provide ad hoc advice to client charities on a whole range of technical issues (which may include advice on accounting issues and arrangements, internal controls, governance and regulatory compliance).
  • Helping to develop educational resources and / or deliver training that will our assist the team and / or our client charities.
  • As part of the wider Relationship Services Team: seeking to strengthen cross-team collaboration, enabling an integrated service to our partners in ministry, and delivering excellent customer service.

Application process

Please complete your application online by clicking here

You will need to provide a copy of your C.V.

For further information, please contact Kofo Abidemi, HR Administrator

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

Telephone:      020 8502 5600 extension 307

Email:              careers@stewardship.org.uk

Closing date: 25 August 2020
Head of Finance & Operations
WEC International / Coventry, West Midlands
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support

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

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

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

 

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

Closing date: 31 December 2020
Chief Executive Officer
The Leprosy Mission International / Peterborough
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £55,000 pa

The Leprosy Mission Trading is seeking a new CEO to lead their organisation's exciting work. You will be working with fun and lively people who celebrate achievements and support each other. TLMT is part of something amazing, changing people's lives. 

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

The Leprosy Mission Trading (TLMT) is 100% owned by The Leprosy Mission International. It exists to raise funds and awareness for the charity by selling a range of products through its mail order and growing Ecommerce channels. TLMT fulfils its purpose by engaging new and existing supporters in TLM's work through selling branded TLM items, communicating the life-changing service TLM provides to people affected by leprosy, and by helping to provide livelihoods for these people that TLM serves.  

It raises funds through its profits, as well as selling virtual gifts and products made by artisans affected by leprosy/disability. The organisation's artisan product ranges support people affected by leprosy socially and economically, helping them lead a dignified life, whilst demonstrating one area of the rehabilitation work TLM is involved with.

You will have either a proven record of delivering sales and profit growth through your marketing/procurement and/or developed entrepreneurial/business skills.  You will have proven strategic management skills and be a dynamic and inspirational leader.

TLMT require a committed Christian to lead this exciting organisation. TLMT is a Christian charity, and part of the CEO's role is to represent the Mission's purpose and ethos to external audiences, to provide Christian leadership and to inspire churches and individual Christians to pray for the Mission's work. There is therefore an occupational requirement for the CEO to be a practising Christian.

If you'd like to find out more about this opportunity or for an application pack please contact nick.shanks@harrishill.co.uk

Closing date: 12noon on 28 August 2020
Qualified Counsellor
Community Church Edinburgh / Edinburgh
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £20 per hour

Community Church Edinburgh - Qualified Counsellor - £20 per counselling session (min. 3 clients per week) 

We are seeking diploma-qualified counsellors working towards accreditation to join the Hope Counselling Service in Edinburgh. Hope was set up in 2007 by Community Church Edinburgh. Our therapeutic model was originally the Adapted Crabb/CWR, and this Christian basis remains important to our approach as we expand. We work in an integrative way and welcome counsellors trained in different models.

As a Hope counsellor, you will:

  • see a minimum of three clients per week, paid on a sessional basis
  • have an opportunity to join our assessment team
  • serve clients and impact the local community

The role offers an important opportunity to develop or grow your practice within a Christian context. We offer in-house CPD opportunities as well as access to other CPD days run locally.

You will:

  • have experience in working with a broad range of issues experienced by adults, and have the appropriate qualifications
  • be committed to the vision, mission, and values of Hope
  • be able to take a calm, reflective and thoughtful approach to your clinical work
  • have a good level of self-awareness

We welcome your interest in joining our warm, friendly team at this exciting time of growth. Please do read the fuller role description and contact us if you have any questions.

Hours: a minimum of three hours per week, paid on a sessional basis. 

Application: to apply for this role, please send us your CV with a covering letter – the role description explains what to include in your application and where to send it to, as well as the planned interview date.

Closing Date: 9am on Monday, 24 August 2020

Kelly Stewart, Hope Counselling Service Practice Manager

E: kelly.stewart@cce.community

T: 07395 906371

P: Community Church Edinburgh, 41A South Clerk Street, Edinburgh EH8 9NZ.

Closing date: 9am on 24 August 2020
Housing Manager
GrowTH / Tower Hamlets
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £24,000 - £26,000pa

GrowTH is a Christian charity which works in partnership with churches in Tower Hamlets. Together, we seek to share God’s love, in word and deed, with our homeless neighbours. Our projects include a night shelter, resettlement support, and a housing project.

We are seeking a passionate and highly organised Housing Manager who is excited about seeing transformation in the lives of marginalised men and women, for God’s glory. As Housing Manager, you will oversee all aspects of the GrowTH Housing project, including finance, buildings, support to residents, and management of the housing team. You will also work closely with the Director to strategically review the project and plan for future expansion.

Please visit www.thisisgrowth.org/jobs for a full job description and application form.

Applications must be received by 9am on Thursday 13th August 2020.

Interviews will take place in the week commencing Monday 17th August.

Visit www.thisisgrowth.org/jobs for a full job description and application form.

Email matt@thisisgrowth.org and naomi@thisisgrowth.org if you have any queries.

Closing date: 9am on 13 August 2020
Full Stack Web Developer
Our Daily Bread Ministries / Milnthorpe, Cumbria
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £25-30,000 pa

Our Daily Bread Ministries (formerly known as RBC Ministries) is the publisher of Our Daily Bread, a devotional well-loved around the world. We are a fast-growing ministry in the digital world, and our office in Europe is currently looking for a full stack developer to serve with us in making the life-changing wisdom of the Bible understandable and accessible to all.

You will join a global team committed to lean-agile approaches to accelerate innovation, the role can be performed fully remotely, and you will be working with the office team in Milnthorpe, Cumbria based in the UK. 

The software engineering team serves our global offices by supporting projects to help millions of Our Daily Bread readers draw closer to God every day, dedicated to solving complex problems on an array of platforms that make a lasting and global impact. We work in a collaborative culture where we inspire each other to be our best based on our calling and the talent entrusted to us.

The essential functions of the role are:
o Full stack web/mobile development using various technologies including but not limited to JS, TypeScript, PHP, HTML, CSS, MySQL etc.
o Work closely with stakeholders to build infrastructure and scalable applications
o The overall workload and priorities will be controlled by the US team through an established review process.
o Administer the technical aspects of all Internet-related applications/services, including application/template development, testing and deployment.
o Find new opportunities to improve the ministry’s websites while asking the appropriate questions from stakeholders.
o Contribute to Ministry Innovation Teams as a ‘Subject Matter Expert’
o Develop new websites, applications and functionality as identified.
o Update, repair, modify and maintain existing websites to meet our expanding ministry needs.
o Assist, as assigned, in the integration and interfacing of websites with other ministry processes and systems.
o Monitor nominated websites and troubleshoot issues as they arise.
o Perform monthly tasks in a timely manner, ensuring that all are tested for quality and accuracy.
o Apply the theories and principles of computer science to create, test, and evaluate websites.
o Stay current with changes in web technology and new areas of specialization.

Additional Factors:

• We develop in an agile way based on the SAFe framework using automated CI/CD pipelines created with AWS technology, taking source code from our GIT based version control system, and is built and tested before deployment. Configuring beta and production environments to allow for UAT testing and stakeholder feedback, monitoring each using alerting systems and logs.
• High traffic requires scalability and we do this using a mixture of AWS technologies and software architecture for example moving away from monolithic applications to a more Microservices and JAMStack centric architecture for example utilising React for front end website UI. React allows us to quickly develop modern and bespoke applications for our needs and JS based UI will continue to play an important part in our future development.
• Our users are at the heart of everything we do, we work together to understand the UX required to solve identified use cases. Producing prototypes to test our assumptions and gain valuable feedback before a line of code is written. Using feedback to produce master graphics to build production applications for release.
• We are swiftly working towards improving our digital first approaches with mobile applications playing an important role in this. We build dynamic applications which consume APIs in a mixture of native and hybrid technology in the iOS and Google Play app stores. API development is very central in each of our applications, and being able to develop, maintain and monitor these is a key requirement for our developers.
• Technology changes and with it so do we, this has its challenges, but our team culture is such that we are fully supported to expand and grow, through a mixture of training and meeting together as a team. 
● Flexible schedule required
● On call to support assigned systems

Study or knowledge and experience:
● Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or Computer Information Systems 
● 2+ years programming and web technology experience
● Should possess strong analytical and trouble-shooting skills.
● Proficiency with PHP, MySQL, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, XML, Apache, Nginx and other web related technologies.
● Proficiency with structured programming techniques.
● Proficiency with content management software, e-commerce and associated tools. 
● Experience with WordPress theme and plugin development.
● Working knowledge of Linux and Windows server environments. 
● Working knowledge of version control software.
● Must have good communication and teamwork skills.
● Strive to live a life consistent with Biblical principles and demonstrate continued growth and spiritual development.

Please send your CV and letter of application to -
steve.mitchell@odb.org

Closing date: 17:00 on 4 September 2020
Development Team Leader
Church Edit Websites and iKnow Church / Solihull
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £32,800 - £34,500 pa

Location: Blythe Valley Business Park, Solihull, B90 8AJ
Start Date: September 2020
Reporting to: Development Manager
Full Time: 8.30 - 17.00 Monday to Friday
Holidays: 25 days per year 

About Edit Websites Ltd

Edit Websites Ltd is the UK’s leading Christian Software Company having developed Church Edit and iKnow Church - software used by 1,000s of churches around the UK.

We’ve grown every year since 2002 and as we are expanding we are looking for new people to join the team as we work with more churches and organisations around the UK.

Job Description

The growth of the development team has meant we are now looking for a dedicated Development Team Leader responsible for the development of one of our software products. This role will lead the developers developing this software and will report to the Development Manager. 

If successful, you will be responsible for the complete project life-cycle including planning, development, testing through to release.

An eye for detail and ensuring that our software meets the highest standards is essential to this role. You will need to make sure that the development meets the specification and performs well when released to our growing customer base.

You will work with the Development Manager and Managing Director to plan future updates and improvements to the software and then be responsible for implementing further changes and improvements along with the developers assigned to your project/ product.

You will be responsible for ensuring that the right development team is in place as we continue to grow. This may include recruitment, holding appraisal conversations, 1-2-1's Development Team meetings, and working with the Development Manager to ensure the team has the tools and training to implement their tasks and meet their targets.  As your team will be reporting to you it is essential that you have good leadership/management skills and are able to keep the team motivated and achieving their targets. 

Duties

  • Plan future developments
  • Stay on top of the latest development trends
  • Meet with clients to discuss future developments
  • Meet with other departments to discuss and plan developments
  • Lead your team members
  • Plan targets for each of your team members
  • Ensure your teams development team targets are met
  • Test new and existing code for security
  • Release of new features including development, testing and release alongside the Development Manager
  • Be on call for any out of hours issues that may arise

Skills

  • Excellent programming skills
  • PHP, SQL (MySQL), JavaScript, CSS, XML, HTML5, JQuery,, JSON, GIT
  • The will to explore and experiment with new technologies.
  • Excellent knowledge of testing techniques and technologies 
  • Excellent communication skills (both written/ verbal)
  • Detailed in planning projects
  • Able to handle pressure and tight deadlines
  • Able to prioritise tasks
  • Team management
  • Managing access and the security of company intellectual property

Desirable Skills

  • Experience of using Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Working at Edit Websites Ltd

You get to work in a friendly team making a difference in churches around the UK as well as:

  • 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.
  • Birthdays off - If your birthday falls on a working day then you get that day off

To apply please email careers@editwebsites.co.uk

 

Closing date: 15 August 2020
Director of Technology and Digital Transformation
Christians Against Poverty / Bradford, but can be based remotely
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £49,833 - £58,986

Christians Against Poverty is a dynamic and growing mission with a strong vision, award winning culture and passionate workforce. CAP exists to equip the local church so that it may effectively serve the poor and proclaim Jesus. We have developed highly effective expertise to break into the hellish mix of poverty, isolation, chaos and severe stress, delivering hope, peace, and freedom through our compassion and technical excellence. Due to our debt help work, we are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and are required to meet high regulatory standards.

Working at CAP is exhilarating because we experience partnership with the living Christ and the power of His resurrection as we see thousands of people freed from debt, connected with a loving community and saved. We have a huge, collective ambition to see people freed from poverty, and to see them come to know Jesus’ abundant life and find belonging in his family.

CAP’s work in the UK is delivered through over 300 head office staff in Bradford who serve the frontline teams and volunteers that make up a vibrant network of around 600 community franchise centres. CAP UK, as the founding national franchise, also supports and equips country franchises growing in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and America.

CAP lives out the belief that culture eats strategy for breakfast (though we’re pretty keen on strategy too, so we have that for lunch). We invest in and seek to thoroughly integrate our core values into who we are and how we do what we do. To join CAP is to commit to growing with us into being more Christ centred, generous, passionate, united, compassionate, fun, excellent and courageous.

The role of the Director of Technology and Digital Transformation, reporting into Jon Day our COO, is a critical one, particularly at this time in leading the digital transformation of our flagship debt service.  We are looking for a Director to provide the sophisticated and inspiring leadership required to take our services to the next level.

Download the Job Profile below to find out more.

For further information contact justinebarnes@capuk.org or visit the CAP Job Website.

Closing date: 11:59pm on 16 August 2020
Pastor
New Connexions Free Church / Ely, Cambridgeshire
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £26,670 pa - pro rata 0.6

We are looking for a man who is personable with a sound understanding of Biblical truths and leadership ability to take the church forward. Whilst we want above all to discern God’s choice for our new Pastor, we believe the following characteristics are essential:

• Strong Biblical understanding. Formal training would be ideal but a man undergoing training would also be considered.
• Proven leadership ability, with the ability to set a vision and lead our church forward.
• A mature faith.
• A heart for outreach and reaching the marginalised.
• Good communication skills.
• Someone of spiritual depth who can move the church on spiritually and inspire spiritual disciplines such as prayer, Bible study and improving our personal walk with God.
• Have a pastoral heart for people, be prayerful, approachable and loving.

Church Secretary
Mrs Joyce Tubb
email joyce.tubb@sky.com
Telephone: 01353 659248

Closing date: 00:00 on 31 October 2020
Premises Manager
Westminster Chapel / Buckingham Gate, London SW1E 6BS
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £32,000 to £38,000 per annum

ROLE SUMMARY

The Premises Manager (PM) supports the work of the church, including services, meetings, events, and conferences for both internal and external clients, through leading the management and maintenance of church-owned premises (including owned properties).

Chapel anticipates significant building works in 2021. The PM will be a key liaison for the project team, builders, and contractors.

Following building works, the PM will play a significant role in developing the use and hire of the premises.

 

LINES OF AUTHORITY

Under the Lord, the PM will work under the leadership of Westminster Chapel (Elders and Trustees) and under the line management of the Executive Pastor. The PM will be responsible for hiring and managing occasional cleaners and caretakers and managing external contractors.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Fulfils the character qualifications of a Deacon as taught in the Scriptures
  • Demonstrated commitment to a local body of believers
  • Good grasp and hearty endorsement of the vision, mission, style-points and biblical and theological orientation of the leadership of Westminster Chapel
  • Proven track-record in leading teams
  • Experience in building maintenance and management

 

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Good leadership skills and a team builder
  • Servant-heart and willingness to work under authority
  • Strong organisational and administrative skills
  • Significant inter-personal skills, with ability to work with and maintain positive, loyal relationships with others
  • Excellent communication skills: including written and spoken
  • Proficiency in using computers and software, including Microsoft Office, GSuite
  • An understanding of building systems, including but not limited to plumbing, heating, electrical, security and access control.
  • An understanding of health and safety, safeguarding, risk assessments and related compliance requirements.

 

SPECIFIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Leadership

  • Lead and build the Premises Team, including cleaners, caretakers, and occasional workers
  • Lead a regular Premises Team catch up for prayer and updates
  • Coordinate and train volunteer support from the church as appropriate (eg. security, washing up rota)
  • Coordinate essential training for staff and volunteers to comply with best practices and regulations (eg. security, first aid, food hygiene, fire)

Premises Maintenance & Caretaking

  • Regular caretaking duties are required when alternate cover cannot be arranged
  • Plan and schedule routine preventative maintenance tasks for the church building and other properties
  • Coordinate response for reactive maintenance issues
  • Coordinate the security of premises including intruder alarm, access control, keyholding services
  • Engage external contractors as appropriate to cover maintenance needs and to keep compliance up to date
  • Coordinate and/or perform caretaking duties to set up and set down rooms for internal and external clients
  • Maintain and order inventory levels for supplies and consumables

Events & Activities, Premises Hire

  • Organise a Sunday duty rota to provide caretaking support for Sunday activities
  • Support the activities of the church by ensuring facilities are clean, tidy, and ready for use through coordinating cleaning, room set ups and set downs
  • Organise and schedule caretaking staff for events outside of regular hours
  • Coordinate security and risk assessments for church events and activities
  • Develop the optimal use of the premises (balancing church activities and premises hire) and make recommendations for development to the trustees
  • Be the first point of contact for premises hire enquiries; maintain the bookings@ inbox
  • Liaise with internal and external event organisers to determine furniture, equipment, set up and set down needs
  • Build quotes and invoices for premises hire through QuickBooks

Administration

  • Review and assess service contracts for effectiveness and cost-efficiency
  • Maintain organised files and records (hardcopy) for contracts, licenses, and certificates for all premises-related activities
  • Digitalise files and maintain duplicate records on the WC Fileshare
  • Manage the calendars for both internal and external events on the shared staff calendars

Meetings and Reporting

  • Attend weekly staff prayer and team meetings
  • Fortnightly catch up with the Executive Pastor
  • Produce a bimonthly report of the premises outlining major developments including repairs, costs, and proposals for refurbishment and retrofitting.

 

REMUNERATION:                   £32,000 to £38,000 per annum, commensurate with experience

START DATE:                        September 2020, flexible       

STATUS:                                Permanent Full Time

HOURS OF WORK:                40 hours per week, Sundays required

 

SCHEDULE

Monday to Thursday, 8:00 – 5:00 PM, alternate Sundays, plus 8 hours to be scheduled

Evenings and weekends flexi-time as required

We thank all applicants and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

Westminster Chapel invites applications from all qualified individuals. Chapel is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from visible minorities and persons with disabilities.

Upon request, accommodation will be provided for persons with disabilities through all stages of the recruitment and selection process.

 

HOW TO APPLY: Please fill in our Job Application form at http://westminsterchapel.org.uk/job-application. (If you require this as a word document, please email jobs@westminsterchapel.org.uk and we’ll be happy to send one over.)

 

Closing date: 17 August 2020
Associate Minister
Emmanuel Church Wimbledon / SW London
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / Church of England stipend

ASSOCIATE MINISTER (FAMILIES AND MUSIC)

Required for January 2021

Emmanuel Church is a loving Anglican evangelical church in South-West London situated in the heart of Wimbledon Village. Our vision is, “Glorifying God by being disciples and making disciples of Jesus.” There are currently 344 members on the electoral roll, and around 150 0-18-year olds in the church family. We are under the oversight of the Bishop of Maidstone, and we are led by a team of elders.

We are looking for an Associate Minister who:

  • will be committed to the people, life, and ministry of the church
  • will equip parents and youth leaders to partner together to make young disciples. 
  • will be able to oversee our team of musicians as they lead us in corporate worship and co-ordinate the technical aspects of this
  • will help the church think strategically about what events will serve our vision in helping members in their discipleship and in reaching out to the community
  • will occasionally lead services and preach
  • will assist with baptisms, weddings and funerals if ordained in the Church of England

The successful candidate will

  • be marked by love for the Lord, love for people and godliness
  • have ministry experience already – this would be an ideal post for someone looking for a second curacy or someone who has incumbency experience
  • have good relational skills and able to provide personal support to families
  • be able to be an elder and work in that structure, OR someone who is willing to work under their authority
  • be able to work in a small staff team consisting of a minister, an associate minister for women’s ministry, a curate, and an operations manager

The salary will be in line with the Church of England stipend, and accommodation and expenses are provided. 

Download the job description and person specification below for further information.

For an application form or further information please contact Kathy Fopp: kathy.fopp@emmanuelwimbledon.org.uk

Closing date: 5pm on 31 August 2020
Assistant Minister
Grace Church Brockley / Brockley
Full-time, Permanent / Salary

We are a Christ-centred, evangelical, cosmopolitan church located in a diverse area of south east London. Our vision is to train and equip our church family to know and love the LORD and to make Him known in Brockley and beyond.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, Jesus-loving, gospel-centred, Bible-focused individual to work alongside our Minister and eldership team.


The Role

Inspiring our congregation through faithful Bible-based teaching and preaching

Teaching and encouraging though 1-2-1 and small group Bible studies

Leading Sunday services and mid-week events

Serving alongside our team of volunteers, especially with those inspiring our youth and children

Opportunities exist to expand the role, dependent on passion, experience, and ability, for example in evangelism, student-work or community outreach


Required skills and characteristics

A deep, personal commitment to Jesus and a lifestyle that commends the gospel

A love for God’s Word and a conviction that teaching the Bible is central to the role and to ministry

A commitment to daily personal prayer and Bible study

A heart for God’s people and a desire to encourage and equip them

A passion for sharing your faith with others

Formal theological education or training, and the desire to continue growing in knowledge and godliness

Previous experience in church ministry and leadership

Humility, diplomacy, servant heartedness, and teachability


This post requires an enhanced DBS, and comes with appropriate salary. There is a genuine occupational requirement for the holder of this post to be a practising Christian.

Early applications welcome (closing date 27th November 2020).

For further details please contact Raymond Brown on 020 3556 3208 or email raybrown@gracechurchbrockley.org

Centre Team Leader - Leicester
Friends International / Leicester
Full-time, Permanent, Part-time, Permanent / Personal support / £26,050 pa pro-rata

Friends International is an evangelical mission agency dedicated to supporting and equipping UK churches to reach international students for Christ. We currently have 70 Field Staff and Associates working in 40 university towns and cities across the UK.

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 £26,050 per annum for a 35 hour week.

For more information and an application form, please send your CV and covering letter to: Diane Smith, Friends International, The Rowan Centre, All Nations Christian College, Easneye, Ware SG12 8LX

Tel. 01920 460006 or 0777 340 3377

Email: recruitment@friendsinternational.uk

Closing date: 09.00 on 24 August 2020
Mission Business Training Leader
World Horizons / Liverpool
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support

Every member of World Horizons is responsible for raising their own support unless otherwise stated.

World Horizons recruits, trains and sends cross-cultural workers to live out the message of Jesus, increasing the number of workers sent in partnership with the UK Christian church. To help us fulfil this, we are seeking to recruit a Mission Business Training Leader to our UK team who will supply training in business skills enabling missionaries to develop new projects and ventures in a sustainable way both in the UK and internationally. This training involves ongoing Christian discipleship, mentoring and support. This role will also include training other groups such as refugees, church leaders and local individuals. It is essential to have management and business experience as well as experience in leading prayer, worship services and Bible studies.

This position involves working in regulated activity and therefore requires a satisfactory criminal background check (DBS check in the UK).

This post is full-time and unsalaried. Every member of World Horizons is responsible for raising their own financial support unless otherwise stated.

Place of work is Liverpool, UK

If you are interested in applying, please email enquiries@worldhorizons.co.uk.

Closing date: 14 August 2020
Church Operations Manager
Emmanuel Church Wimbledon / SW London
Full-time, Permanent / Salary / £35,000 pa

CHURCH OPERATIONS MANAGER
Required for January 2021

EMMANUEL CHURCH WIMBLEDON (ANGLICAN) RIDGWAY, LONDON SW19
‘Being Disciples and Making Disciples’

This newly created post is to support the growing ministry of this conservative evangelical church in Wimbledon Village. It will be a senior full-time post managing the day to day organisation of the church so that the ministry team are released for teaching, training and pastoring roles. The person appointed will report directly to the senior minister but also interact with the staff team, eldership team and church council committees. The support of an administrative assistant will be provided.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Is a Christian, has a love for Christ and his people and is willing to join as a regular member of Emmanuel
  • Shares the Vision and Values of Emmanuel Church 
  • Has a proven track record in management either in a secular or church context
  • Has excellent communication and organisational skills
  • Has experience of working with a team to deliver objectives

A full job description and person specification can be downloaded below.

Salary range: £35,000 (commensurate with experience)

Closing date: 31 August 2020

Interviews: September 2020

Further information about Emmanuel Church and an application form can be obtained by contacting Kathy Fopp kathy.fopp@emmanuelwimbledon.org.uk

Closing date: 5pm on 31 August 2020
Arts Team UK Leader
WEC International / Leeds, West Yorkshire
Full-time, Permanent / Personal support

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

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

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

Closing date: 31 December 2020
Resourcing Churches Funding Officer
The Diocese of Sheffield / Rotherham, South Yorkshire
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £25,000-£28,000 pa pro rata

The Diocese of Sheffield is pioneering resourcing churches in a new way. 
Both St John’s the Evangelist in Goole and Rotherham Minster have a clear vision to reach their local communities with the Good News of the Kingdom of God and support other local churches in doing the same.
We are seeking a Funding Co-ordinator to be an important part of this work. The role will be a part of the Diocese’s Central Resourcing Churches team comprising the Programme Manager, Project Manager, Centenary Project Manager and the Buildings Officer. 
The focus of the role will be to work with the two churches in ensuring the financial sustainability of the mission teams in each place and to fundraise for their building redevelopment projects, in the region of £1-2 Million total.
You should have experience of working in a multi-disciplinary team environment and be motivated and able to work on your own initiative.
We particularly encourage applications from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, as these groups are currently under-represented.

This role is externally funded by the national Church and is fixed term until 31st December 2024. 
Salary: £25k-£28k pa pro rata, 21 hours per week 
Location: Office based in Rotherham, currently home working, with some travel 

Closing date: Friday 11 September, 4pm.
Interview date: Week commencing 28 September (via Zoom)

Further information and an application form can be downloaded from www.sheffield.anglican.org/other-vacancies
For an informal conversation email john.marsh@sheffield.anglican.org to arrange a suitable time.

Closing date: 16:00 on 11 September 2020
Head of Maintenance - Immediate Start
Lee Abbey London / Kensington, W8
Full-time, Permanent / Allowance / £9,565 pa plus board/lodging

Do you have experience in building maintenance, DIY, and health and safety?

Could God be calling you to ministry in a residential Christian community?

Lee Abbey London is a hall of residence for international students staffed by a community of Christians who live, work and worship together. We are looking for a Head of Maintenance who will bring practical skills, enthusiasm and a "can-do" attitude to a demanding and varied role that includes preventative maintenance and repairs, projects, and oversight and pastoral care of 3-4 volunteers.

We're looking for someone who is motivated to serve others, and feels called to live, work, and worship in a Christian community. Community members help us run this busy hall of residence and work in the house whilst building relationships and sharing the Gospel with our residential students.

Community members benefit from daily worship and weekly discipleship training through the Lee Abbey London School of Ministry, and are given the opportunity to grow in their spiritual gifts throughout their time with us. Lee Abbey London has an active social programme where you will have opportunities to share any other gifts and talents you have.

Come join us as we live, work, learn, worship, and have fun together - celebrating all that Jesus is doing in our lives and in the lives of those we serve!

This is a “live-in” post that involves joining the residential Lee Abbey London Christian community.  Accommodation, utilities (incl. broadband), meals, and an allowance are provided.

Lee Abbey London is committed to safeguarding children and adults and expect all members of our team to share this commitment. A satisfactory Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check is required prior to confirmation of appointment.

The job description and application form may be downloaded below.

For more information about Lee Abbey London and our work and ministry please see our website at www.leeabbeylondon.com.

Please also feel free to contact Chris Barry on 020 72442711 or cbarry@leeabbeylondon.com if you have any further questions.

Support Coach
Kids Matter / Remote, ideally Birmingham/Midlands-based
Part-time, Permanent / Salary / £28,000 pa pro rata

Are you passionate about family life? Do you want to see transformation in the hardest to reach families and see an end to cycles of deprivation? Come help shape the work and the future of Kids Matter!

Our dynamic bold vision is for every child in need to be raised in a strong family. We train and support facilitators from local churches to run parenting programmes which equip parents and carers facing disadvantages with confidence, competence, and community, enabling their children to thrive.

We are looking for an individual to join our support coach team, working directly with our facilitators to support and encourage them as they run the Kids Matter programmes.

Hours: 3 days (21 hours) per week

The successful candidate will have:
• An understanding of the challenges and opportunities our facilitators face supporting vulnerable families
• Excellent communication skills to sensitively and effectively support our facilitators
• Previous coaching experience desirable, not essential

*Equal Opportunities*
We actively support and welcome integration of people from diverse ethnic background of varied experiences and skill set to help shape the work and the future of Kids Matter. We are particularly keen to receive applications from African and Afro-Caribbean, Asian and other diverse Ethnic communities.

Kids Matter serves and supports clients within the Christian sector, the nature of the work requires that this post holder has an active faith in Jesus under the Equality Act 2010, Part 1, Schedule 9.

All applicants must be committed to the basis of faith, vision and ethos of Kids Matter.

To apply email Lydia Smith on ls@kidsmatter.org.uk for an application form.

For an informal conversation about this role, please email ls@kidsmatter.org.uk and we will arrange for someone to speak to you.

Closing date: 09:00 on 31 August 2020
Youth Worker
eXp - Experiencing Faith in Cowal / Dunoon, Argyll and Bute
Full-time, Temporary / Salary / £25,122 p.a.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Purpose of appointment

To enhance the growth of eXp’s reach in connecting with young people in the communities in Cowal.  Creating a fun, stimulating, inclusive & safe environment where young people can contribute and feel they can invite others to be take part too. The aim is to work as a part of a team in order to transform lives, helping them to be confident, feel accepted, gain leadership skills and exposing them to the Christian lifestyle – encouraging them into a positive destination where they can thrive.

In this role you will take an active role in an already established effective team and help plant fresh expressions of church and community work amongst young people, many of whom are disaffected and disadvantaged. This is an exciting opportunity to work with young people of all faith backgrounds and none and in a variety of settings.

Main duties:

  • To work within a team running community and church youth activities and be a part of the planning and implementing of these activities when they happen, including a regular Friday Night Youth Club in Dunoon.
  • To work with 4 rural primary schools in Cowal and develop and spearhead a weekly afterschool club for Primary 6 & 7 pupils.
  • To be a part of the ongoing work of eXp in Dunoon Grammar School. Assisting in planning and running school lunchtime clubs. At some lunchtimes your role will be to wander the school forum and reach out to familiar and new young people.
  • To be a part of weekly team meetings, Bible Studies, Prayer times.  You will also be required to attend the eXp Resource Group meetings every 2 to 3 months and our monthly leaders/volunteers meeting.
  • To spend time in the community & churches talking to the young people and inviting them to join in youth activities, and liaising with Church leaders to encourage partnership working.

The work will include:

  • Preparing materials and resources and delivering them where appropriate.
  • Radically challenging the young people involved with eXp to be different & make a difference.
  • Devising programmes that will enable young people to invite their friends to participate.
  • Casting a vision for and energising the young people to know and believe that they are the hope for our community and nation.
  • Encouraging the young people to take up opportunities in eXp as a means of learning leadership, training for future careers and the potential to gain experience that will better prepare them for adult life.
  • Providing Pastoral Care for designated young people.
  • Supervising young people in your care at designated hours.
  • Helping with fundraising for this post and other eXp activities

Accountability

To be directly responsible to the eXp Team Leader (in the first instance) and Trustees for spiritual and ministry guidance, work plan and implementation, team involvement, personal and spiritual wellness.  This will include:

  • Attending a weekly team meeting
  • One on one weekly meeting with the Team Leader
  • Production of a monthly work plan
  • Flexibility in work hours according to organisational needs
  • Accountability in personal & spiritual life

Person Specification

  1. Christian Character: The Youth Worker must be a practising Christian, regularly attending church and have a heart for God, and a desire to grow in faith.  This is a Genuine Occupational Requirement in terms of the Equality Act 2010.
  2. Personal Qualities: The Youth Worker must have a passion for young people, a vibrant & positive approach to working in a team.  They must be confident in being upfront and leading by example. Self-motivation, good organisation & communication skills are essential.  A proven record of planning and implementing first rate youth work is desirable.
  3. Gifting: The Youth Worker will be able to recognise their gift of working with and alongside young people and be able to speak openly about their Christian lifestyle & experience.
  4. Work Experience: Previous experience in youth work is essential but candidates/applicants with relevant life experience or transferrable skills will also be considered.
  5. Education: At least to Secondary School Higher / A level.    Additional education & experience in youth work desirable.
  6. Other:  a driving license and car are essential.  Understanding and ability to engage with several online social media will be a part of this post. The post will include some weekend work and overnight activities.  There will be no overtime pay.  When extra hours are worked these will be taken as time in lieu in agreement in advance with the Team Leader. 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.

For further information about eXp, see:

Website:  https://www.expyouthwork.org.uk/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/expdunoon/

Hours: 40 per week

This is a fixed-term post for 18 months.   eXp will actively seek funding for extension of the post. 

To apply, please send a CV together with a letter describing why you are interested in this post and why you think you are suitable for it, and the names and contact details of 3 referees.   Applications should be sent by 31st August 2020 to Dr Chris Brett at c.t.brett@talk21.com, or at eXp, 130B John St, Dunoon, Argyll PA23 7BN.

Closing date: 11.59pm on 31 August 2020

Voluntary opportunities

YMCA Downslink Group Trustee
YMCA Downslink Group / Sussex and Surrey
Part-time, Permanent / Voluntary

You probably will have heard of YMCA, the largest and oldest youth charity in the world, but you may not have heard about us. YMCA DownsLink Group is a grouping of local YMCAs who provide support to young people across Sussex and Surrey. Our work covers a wide range of areas including accommodation, general advice, sexual exploitation, mental health, housing advice, childcare, counselling, mentoring and apprenticeships.

 

We are committed to transforming local communities across Sussex and Surrey so that all young people and families can belong, contribute and thrive. Each year we offer more than a 1,000 young people, at risk of homelessness somewhere safe to live where they can develop the skills and confidence to go on to independent living. Annually, we provide over 6,000 children and families counselling and emotional wellbeing support. Last year we provided youth work support to over 3,000 young people across the communities we work in.

 

We are seeking to recruit at least two new Trustees to join our Board and bring wise governance and strategic guidance to our work. In particular, we are looking for people who have a leadership background in the following domains: safeguarding, health, fundraising, IT / Digital and Legal.

 

Drawing on its long Christian heritage, our charity seeks to welcome, support and inspire everybody it works with - young people, staff and volunteers of any faith and none. Our board sustains YMCA DLG's Christian foundation and all applicants for the role of Trustee are required to demonstrate an active Christian faith as part of the selection process.

 

For further information, including details of how to apply, please see our website (www.ymcadlg.org) for a Trustee Application Pack. The closing date for applications is Friday 4th. September 2020.

 

Please contact Kirsty.bunning@ymcadlg.org if you have any questions.

 

As part of our Safer Recruitment guidelines, we only accept applications completed on our application form. Due to Covid-19, we are not accepting paper copies of forms and are currently only accepting application forms submitted by email.

YMCA DownsLink Group welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We value diversity and promote inclusion, which we demonstrate through our activities, as well as in our policies and working practices. Reinforced by our culture and values, we seek to create an inspiring and inclusive place to work.

YMCA DLG requires all staff and volunteers to be committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and to respond proactively to safeguarding concerns.

Successful applicants are required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

For further information, including details of how to apply, please see our website (www.ymcadlg.org) for a Trustee Application Pack. The closing date for applications is Friday 4th. September 2020.

 

Please contact Kirsty.bunning@ymcadlg.org if you have any questions.