Children and families worker

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Posted on: Wednesday 23 December 2020

Costessey, Norfolk

SH+ED Church Costessey has a fantastic opportunity and are looking for a Youth and Families worker for the church, in partnership with the Diocese of Norwich Church Planting and Revitalisation Programme.

You will be looking to use this opportunity to establish and grow children’s work in three dimensions: height (worship and prayer), depth (church community and discipleship) and width (reaching, serving and partnering with the community).

This role is in the employ of the Diocese of Norwich and main place of work will be based at St Helen’s Church, Gurney Road, Costessey, NR5 0HH.

This role includes mobile working across the Diocese of Norwich and includes evening and weekend working as a normal practice.

Salary: starting at £20,893

Benefits: contributory pension scheme

Hours of Duty: 25 hours per week

Holidays: 125 Hours Holiday plus statutory bank holidays and discretionary Christmas holiday

Closing date: Sunday 31 January 2021

How to apply

Please return this application form via email to: Michele O’Keefe, Assistant Project Manager – details are on the application form.

Interview Date: Monday 8 – Wednesday 10 February 2021

Starting Date: Monday 1 March 2021

Contract Term: 36 months

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