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Leeds Church Institute
NJC POINT 42 to 46 - £35,430 to 38,961
We seek a person of vision to work with the Council and lead the staff team in promoting the interpretation of the gospel for the city of Leeds.
As the Director you will be responsible for:
* Managing the Institute including a small staff team and a multi-purpose building
* Developing the work with churches and other faith communities through educating, training, resourcing and representing
* Organising and promoting a programme of educational activities
Working in partnership with others, you will be committed to church engagement in society, have management and training experience, have knowledge of recent developments in relation to faith communities and social inclusion, have some theological training, be a member of a Christian church and be committed to working ecumenically and with other faiths.
The Church Institute is a leading Christian foundation in Leeds. It houses a library, conference/training facility and a range of other organisations in its newly-refurbished city centre building.
Closing date: 31st May 2013
Interviews: Thursday 27th June 2013 (this date cannot be changed)
For further details contact:
Doncaster Methodist Circuit
Lay Pastor or Supernumerary
The Doncaster Methodist Circuit requires a full time (40 hours per week) Lay Pastor or Supernumerary to serve in 3 of its churches:
The appointment is for one year commencing 12th August 2013 until 11th August 2014 until a presbyter is appointed through the stationing process.
The full advertisement detailing remuneration and terms and conditions can be found on
Closing date: Wednesday 5th June, 5pm, interview date Wednesday 19th June
Free Church Chaplain
This post, in a thriving ecumenical chaplaincy with many exciting opportunities, is open to ordained ministers/presbyters from the United Reformed, Methodist or Baptist Churches. Funding is initially for 3 years.
You will support the pastoral and spiritual needs of staff and students in an international, multi-faith university context, providing key leadership within a diverse Christian community. A house on campus is provided.
The post is part-time (75%) worked flexibly, with more demands in term-time than vacation. To facilitate a gender balance within the Chaplaincy team, applications from women are particularly welcome.
For more details and to apply, please visit: http://tinyurl.com/bs6uzag
Post reference: OT13/01
Closing date for applications: 10th May 2013
Interviews will be held on: 16th & 17th June 2013. The current post-holder leaves on August 31st.
Enhanced DBS Disclosure required.
Keele University is committed to taking positive steps to employ, keep and develop the abilities of disabled staff and has been awarded the disability symbol. We undertake to offer all applicants with a disability and who meet the minimum essential criteria an interview. If you wish to be considered under this scheme, please provide details, on the application form, of any requirements/adjustments you may require to assist you during the recruitment process or to enable you to carry out the duties of the post.
Chaplain & Pastoral Team Leader
Do you love God and have a heart for shared life, and a passion for people and hospitality?
We are a community run Christian holiday centre in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
We are seeking a new community member with an adventurous spirit to join us on our journey.
You will be working alongside the Director and members of the Leadership Team to ensure that Scargill House is run effectively and efficiently.
We are seeking someone who enjoys leading, thinks strategically and can be instrumental in developing the life of Scargill.
You are a Christian leader of a church which is affiliated to the “Churches Together in Britain and Ireland”
Do you have strong pastoral gifts, good people skills and a desire to share in the lives and fun of guests and community alike?
Experience of, and training in, spiritual direction and/or counselling would be a distinct advantage.
If this sounds like you, what's the next step?
This post is a live in position for 3 years with yearly reviews.
Remuneration is by way off accommodation, meals & a personal allowance.
Closing date Monday 9th May
High Street Baptist Church, Tring, Hertfordshire (http://www.tringbaptistchurch.co.uk/)
Children's & Youth Work Coordinator (part-time / 20 hours per week)
High Street Baptist Church, Tring is a growing church in the middle of a busy market town. With a congregation of approaching 100, we are looking to appoint a part-time Children's and Youth Work Coordinator to start in September 2013.
As a champion for our children and young people, you will be responsible for coordinating and facilitating the delivery of children's and young people's activities, including biblical teaching, service in the community and social events.
There is an occupational requirement that you are a Christian and are passionate about seeing children and young people come to Christ and growing in their relationship with God.
Closing Date for applications: Monday 3 June 2013 (interviews to be held in late June)
For more details and a Job Description, please contact:
Vice Principal (strategy & recruitment)
Reward package: £34,440 + contributory pension
One of two Vice Principals, the successful candidate will work alongside the newly appointed Principal with a special emphasis in the formation and execution of strategic development and the expansion of student recruitment. The Vice Principal will be a member of the tutorial staff and participate in teaching.
The College is seeking an outstanding candidate with the experience in Higher Education needed to make a significant contribution to the College's development and progress. There is a Genuine Occupational Requirement for the Vice Principal to be a Christian.
The appointment is available from 1 September 2013.
Closing date for applications: 14 May 2013. Interviews on 23 May 2013.
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