Children and Young People’s Coordinator // Anglican Deanery of Brighton [Brighton]
Salary : £30,000 per annum (fixed term for 3 years) Full time (36 hours per week)
Would you like a strategic post coordinating the delivery, expansion and development of children and young people’s programming in the parishes of the Deanery of Brighton within the Anglican Diocese of Chichester by developing a Children and Young People’s Work Strategy?
As the Children and Young People’s Coordinator you will support existing programmes and volunteers and strategically expand children and young people’s provision in both church and community contexts. Working with other community organisations, you will ensure that the children and young people’s provision is integrated into the wider community provision for young people in the local area.
The expectation is that during the 3 year programme you would have established at least three new sustainable children/young people’s projects.
Offering 25 days a year annual leave plus bank holidays and an opportunity to have an impact on the expansion and development of children and young provision within the Deanery, we expect you to have the following key skills, knowledge and experience:
- A relevant degree and possibly a post graduate qualification
- The ability to demonstrate six years’ experience in a children’s/youth work at community level including three years paid experience working strategically with children’s/youth work partners.
- Proven experience of; working with groups of volunteers and staff workers; initiating and running training programmes; marketing and publicity appropriate to the post; and keeping a record of accounts as appropriate to the post.
- Evidence of ability to strategically plan, develop and offer training programmes with regard to children’s and youth work.
- An understanding of how to transition young people from one age appropriate activity to another.
- Ability to demonstrate a clear understanding of the link between community children’s/youth work and church based children’s and youth work, particularly in vulnerable communities. To help parishes reach out beyond the current parish into the wider community.
- The ability to demonstrate both experience and understanding of working in partnerships with other agencies.
- To be passionate about their faith and to enable others to support and then develop children and young people to encounter the risen Christ.
- A willingness to work unsocial hours as required.
For an informal chat or for further details about the role, please contact Revd. Andrew Woodward Tel 01273 698601, 07434 605749 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Application closing date :: 28th July 2017
Interviews :: September TBC
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This role is subject to enhanced DBS clearance.
Employment will be via a service level agreement with Family Support Work.
”A Genuine Occupational Requirement exists for the post-holder to be a Christian in accordance with the Equality Act 2010”
Applications to be emailed to Revd. Martin Poole at email@example.com
PT Youth Worker // St Peters Hale [Altringham, Cheshire]
Salary : £10-15,000 depending on experience (18 Hours)
Over the years, St Peter’s has run a number of different youth clubs and ministries, and though the Church is currently attracting new families with younger children, we have few older children who regularly attend church. We are therefore looking to recruit an enthusiastic and capable Youth Worker to work alongside our Children and Families’ Co-ordinator (Volunteer post) and our Vicar to develop our ministry with young people. We have a small term-time group launched in 2016 that meets fortnightly on Sunday evenings for children aged 9 – 13, and partner with Voicemusic, who run a youth music ministry across the region. We have the opportunity to develop a monthly youth-oriented evening Worship Service at St Peter’s Church.
The position would be ideally suited to someone with an interest in Pioneer ministry, as the opportunities to develop new contacts and ministries in our community are extensive. There will also be the opportunity to identify, train and develop lay leaders to offer ongoing support to young people’s ministry.
The role is for a part-time permanent paid position working 18 hours per week including Sundays (mornings and either afternoon or evenings), plus at least two other evening sessions per week.
For further information, an informal conversation about the role, and an application form, please contact our Vicar, Revd Keith Addenbrooke, on 0161-928-4182, or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications : 31st July 2017
Anticipated start : September 2017