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Centenary Project Administrator

Part of the Centenary Project in the Diocese of Sheffield

15 hours per week.

Salary - £20,111 per annum for 35 hours per week.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Diocese of Sheffield as an Administrator for the Centenary Project, as we prepare to expand this already successful project to see young people, children and families engage in local expressions of church.  

You will play a key role in the expansion of project, providing administrative, publicity and funding support to the Centenary Project Team.

We are looking for an administrator who has experience in report writing, publicity, funding applications, social media and publicity. Come and be a part of the Diocese’s exciting work with parishes and Mission Partnerships to see children, young people and families connecting with the church.

The key responsibilities of the role are:

  1. to provide administrative support to the Centenary Project Team, ensuring effective communication and organisation of all aspects of the project.
  2. to support the financial sustainability of the project centrally for the long-term.
  3. to support and assist the Centenary Project Manager.

Contract:       3 years initially
Deadline for applications:    Monday 6th November (noon)   
Interviews to be held on:      Wednesday 15th November        

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

For an informal conversation about this post, please contact Helen Cockayne on 01709309145 or via email helen.cockayne@sheffeld.anglican.org

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Children’s and Families Worker for the Beakon Mission Partnership and Messy Church Co-ordinator for Doncaster

Part of the Centenary Project in the Diocese of Sheffield

35 hours per week.

Salary £19,110 per annum for 35 hours/week.

This is an opportunity to join the Diocese of Sheffield’s exciting new initiative, The Centenary Project, as a  Children’s  and Families Worker and Messy Church Co-ordinator. The post covers the parishes of St Leonard & St Mary Armthorpe, St Peter and St Paul Barnby Dun and Church of the Good Shepherd Kirk Sandall & Edenthorpe.

The messy Church Co-ordinator role is for the Doncaster area.

We are looking for a committed Christian, with experience in work with children, who will develop and co-ordinate the work with children and families in the church and community.

General responsibilities:-

  • To oversee and develop the children and families work within each Parish within the Beakon Mission Partnership.
  • To build and support teams to be involved in the development and delivery of the work.
  • To coordinate the work of Messy Church within the Doncaster region
  • 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: 3 years initially
Deadline for applications: 6 November, 12pm
Interviews to be held on: 22 November

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

For an informal conversation about this post, please contact Rev Stephen Beck on 01302 882861 or revstevebeck@gmail.com or Rev Jan Foden on 01302 831231 or janfoden@hotmail.com.

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Woodlands All Saints - Homework & Play Leader

All Saints Church is seeking to appoint an individual to work for 4 hours per week on Wednesday afternoons during term time to support a group of young people in after school activities, providing homework support and engaging them safely and actively in suitable internet and media related activities. This is a temporary position for 12 months, although there may be opportunity to extend it, funding permitting. Completed application forms must be returned by 9am on 1 November.

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Honorary Treasurer for Sheffield Diocesan Readers Association

A treasurer is required to look after the funds of the Diocesan Readers Executive which meets 3-4 times a year plus Annual General Meeting. Duties would include maintaining the financial books and records ;producing an annual report at the Readers AGM in June each year; liaising with accounting examiner.

Treasurer's duties include :-

  • Maintaining the financial records and books
  • Liasing with an auditor for the financial records
  • Obtaining Diocesan grant.
  • Paying to Central Reader's Council applicable fees (Capitation fees and Diocesan contribution - magazine head count)
  • Ordering and maintaining stock (Badges etc)
  • Ordering New Reader scarves -writing to relevant parish for funding.
  • Paying authorised expenses where applicable.
  • Reporting 'State of Finances' to executive meetings.

Full training will be given. This is a voluntary post. You do not need to be a Reader to apply. Travel expenses provided to and from meetings. 

For more information, please contact Ian Watson at lindsey@ilwatson.plus.com

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