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Centenary Project - Youth, Children’s and Families Worker for St Mary’s Handsworth and St Catherine’s Richmond Road

Part of the Centenary Project in the Diocese of Sheffield

35 hours per week.

Salary: £18,935 per annum for 35 hours/week.

This is an opportunity to join the Diocese of Sheffield’s exciting initiative, The Centenary Project, as a Youth, Children’s and Families Worker.

This post covers the parishes of St Mary’s Handsworth and St Catherine’s Richmond Road. These parishes belong to the Anglo-Catholic wing of the church and are committed to advancing God's mission to young people, children and families.

We are looking for a committed Christian, with experience in youth children’s and/or families work and sympathetic to the catholic tradition, who will develop and co-ordinate the youth, children’s and families work in the church and community..

General responsibilities:-

  • To coordinate and develop the work with young people, children and families, in the parishes of St Mary’s Handsworth and St Catherine’s Richmond Road; reaching, nurturing and discipling young people in their Christian faith.
  • To coordinate, develop and support a team of volunteers to oversee the work with young people, children and families.
  • To be a member of the Centenary Project Network.

The role will require evening and weekend work.

Given the nature and context of the work it is an occupational requirement that the post holder should be a communicant member of the Church of England or a full member of a church within Churches Together in Britain and Ireland

Contract: 1 year initially (to be extended if funding is available)

Deadline for applications: 23rd August (noon)     

Interviews to be held on:  6th September               

More information about the churches can be found at www.stmaryshandsworth.org.uk  https://www.facebook.com/ourparishchurchrichmond  

More information about the Centenary Project can be found at www.centenaryproject.org.uk

For an informal conversation about this post, please contact Revd Keith Johnson on 0114 2693983 or by email keith.johnson@sheffield.anglican.org or Helen Cockayne by email helen.cockayne@seffield.anglican.org

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Chaplaincy Support Worker

University of Sheffield Chaplaincy Centre
 

This is a term-time only (plus all of September) 17.5 hours per week post (starting 3 September 2018 and ending 14 June 2019), at the University of Sheffield’s Chaplaincy Centre. It is a stimulating role, which may suit someone interested in gaining experience of working in a Christian ministry setting in Higher Education. The post could also be of interest to a candidate exploring a vocation to ordained ministry.

It will need: a desire to join in with the unfamiliar; to be prepared to experiment together; and share in imaginative work, mission and ministry with a sense of humour!

The successful applicant will be employed by the Anglican Chaplaincy Trust (University of Sheffield) and will be working with the Anglican chaplain who is part of a broader ecumenical Christian team that includes a Methodist, a Chaplaincy Assistant and a Chaplaincy Administrator.

The person appointed will work at the Chaplaincy Centre alongside representatives from different Religions and Beliefs.

A job description, person specification and application form are available to download from:

http://www.shef.ac.uk/chaplaincy/vacancies

If you wish to apply, please email an application form and curriculum vitae, including the names and contact details of two referees, to Jeremy Clines, the Anglican Chaplain, to arrive by 1pm on Monday 2 July 2018. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted the next day. Interviews will take place at the Chaplaincy Centre the following week.

For any queries prior to submitting an application please contact The Revd Dr Jeremy Clines, Anglican Chaplain, University of Sheffield at j.clines@sheffield.ac.uk or telephone 0114 222 4098.

Centenary Project Internship

Part of the Centenary Project in the Diocese of Sheffield

Flexible hours, (min 13) for one year.

Salary: living wage for the hours that you work.

This is an opportunity to join the Diocese of Sheffield’s exciting initiative, The Centenary Project, as an intern.  

We are looking for a committed Christian who is seeking the opportunity to gain experience and training in youth and/or children’s and families work, whilst discerning God’s call in a prayerful and supportive environment.

General responsibilities: -

  • You will choose a training option to follow while gaining work experience, to provide you with a strong foundation for your future employment.
  • You will work alongside an experienced Centenary Project Worker in a parish setting, serving in youth and/or children’s and families ministry.
  • You will be a member of the Centenary Project Network and attend 1:1 mentoring with an experienced practitioner.

Given the nature and context of the work it is an occupational requirement that the post holder should be a communicant member of the Church of England or a full member of a church within Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.

Contract:       1 year

Deadline for applications:    5th July (noon)

Next interviews to be held on:   17th July 

Download an application pack below.

If you wish to apply for this post after the application deadline you are more than welcome to contact us via the methods below at any time. Please note that we will periodically add new deadlines so please check back to the website.

More information about the Centenary Project can be found at www.centenaryproject.org.uk

For an informal conversation about this post, please contact a member of the Centenary Project team at info@centenaryproject.org.uk or on 01709 309100

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Centenary Project - Children’s Worker for St Andrew’s, Kendray

Part of the Centenary Project in the Diocese of Sheffield

35 hours per week.

Salary £18,200 per annum for 35 hours/week.

This is an opportunity to join the Diocese of Sheffield’s exciting initiative, The Centenary Project, as a Children’s Worker.  

We are looking for a committed Christian, in the conservative evangelical tradition (a parish profile can be accessed below), with experience in children’s work who will develop and coordinate the children’s work in the church and community.  

General responsibilities: -

  • To develop and oversee the work with children, in the parish of St Andrew’s, Kendray; building bridges in the community and developing relationships with children and families.
  • To coordinate and develop a team of volunteers to oversee the work with children.
  • To be a member of the Centenary Project Network.

Given the nature and context of the work it is an occupational requirement that the post holder should be a communicant member of the Church of England or a full member of a church within Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.

Contract:       3 years initially

Download an application pack below

Deadline for applications:    Wednesday 4th July 2018 (noon)

Interviews to be held on:     Thursday 12th July 2018                        

More information about the Centenary Project can be found at www.centenaryproject.org.uk

For an informal conversation about this post, please contact Revd Pete Jackson on 01226 205826 or by email at Jacko.pete@gmail.com or Helen Cockayne on 01709 309145 or by email at helen.cockayne@sheffield.anglican.org 

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Kendray Parish Profile

Centenary Project - Youth, Children’s and Families Worker for St Paul’s Wheatley Park

Part of the Centenary Project in the Diocese of Sheffield

35 hours per week.

Salary £20,020 per annum for 35 hours/week.

This is an opportunity to join the Diocese of Sheffield’s exciting  initiative, The Centenary Project, as a Youth, Children’s and Families Worker.

We are looking for a committed Christian, with experience in youth, children’s and families work who will develop and coordinate the youth, children’s and families work in the church and community.  

General responsibilities: -

  • To develop and oversee the work with young people, children and families, in the parish of St Paul’s Wheatley Park; reaching, nurturing and discipling young people in their Christian faith.
  • To coordinate and develop a team of volunteers to oversee the work with young people, children and families.
  • To be a member of the Centenary Project Network.

Given the nature and context of the work it is an occupational requirement that the post holder should be a communicant member of the Church of England or a full member of a church within Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.

Contract:       3 years initially

Download an application pack below

Deadline for applications:    Friday 6th July  2018 (noon)

Interviews to be held on:     Thursday 19th July 2018                          

More information about the Centenary Project can be found at www.centenaryproject.org.uk

For an informal conversation about this post, please contact Revd Adam Priestley on 07883851700 or by email at priestleyadam99@gmail.com or Helen Cockayne on 01709 309145 or by email at helen.cockayne@sheffield.anglican.org 

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All Saints Aston - Organist/Choir Director

All Saints Aston is a beautiful medieval church with a strong musical tradition. Our RSCM affiliated, SATB choir sings for Sunday services. Our organ (installed 2002) is in good order.  We have good relationships with our church school, and scope to develop links with them musically. An organist is needed for around 25 weddings/20 funerals annually.

We are looking for someone to play for Sunday morning services and weddings/funerals from early 2018.  We would like a flexible musician who will enjoy playing for All Age Worship as well as Common Worship Holy Communion services.

It may be possible to split the organist/choir director aspects of the role.

Our church is situated just off the A57, close to J.31 of M1 /J.3 of M18.

Remuneration of £5500 - £6000, comprising honorarium of £2500, plus £3000 - £3500 fees.

For an informal conversation, ring the Rector, Revd. Frances Eccleston on (0114) 287 3780 or email a CV to f.m.eccleston@gmail.com.

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