Training Development Officer

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Posted on: Wednesday 23 December 2020

Easton, Norfolk

We are looking for a Training Development Officer to oversee and develop the training portfolio of the Church Planting & Revitalisation Programme.

The Diocese of Norwich has a major strategic initiative to plant and revitalise churches across the diocese. The programme involves creative engagement with churches to plant new and revitalise existing churches in both rural and urban contexts. The programme draws on specialist workers in sports, music, church leadership and youth ministry.

You will have experience of commissioning or delivering theological or practical training programmes using a blended delivery approach.
This role is in the employ of the Norwich Diocesan Board of Finance and main place of work will be based at Diocesan House, 109 Dereham Road, Norwich NR9 5ES. This role could include evening, weekend and flexible home working as required.

Salary: Band D (starting at £22,140)

Benefits: contributory pension scheme

Hours of duty: 35 hours per week

Holidays: 25 days holiday plus statutory bank holidays and discretionary Christmas holiday

Closing date: Friday 5 March 2021

How to apply

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

Interview Date: 15-19 March 2021

Starting Date: 5 April 2021

Contract Term: 36 months

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