Children’s Worker Vacancies

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Children and Families Worker -St Mary’s Church, Greasley
St Mary’s Church, Greasley, Nottinghamshire is seeking an experienced person to work with children and young people up to age 14 and families connected with the church and local community. The worker will work in partnership with initiatives already in place in the church and community including schools, as well as having the opportunity to innovate in building relationships and developing ministry.

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Children and Families Minister – St Martin’s, Sherwood

Are you called to join St Martin’s Church as we participate in God’s mission with children and families in Nottingham?  If so click here for further details.

The Church of England Benefice of Woodborough, Oxton, Epperstone and Gonalston

Children and Families worker

Responsible to: Revd Anthony Giles, Vicar, and the PCC of St Swithun’s Woodborough.

Basic terms: 20 hours a week spread across the period Wednesday through to Sunday and always by clear negotiation against the Children and Families strategies agreed.
Starting salary of £14,000 inclusive of pension per year, annually reviewed and to include a 3 month initial probation period.
18 days holiday (excluding bank holidays). Expenses paid in full
Initial three year contract.

There is a genuine occupational requirement that the post holder is a Christian.

The post is subject to an Enhanced DBS disclosure.

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Southwell Minster – Chorister Supervisor

Southwell Minster is seeking to appoint a committed and confident person to the busy and rewarding role of Chorister Supervisor. The appointed candidate will lead the supervision and look after the welfare (medical, pastoral or otherwise) of the choristers at Southwell Minster during the time that they are in the care of the Music Department, attending rehearsals, services and concerts, and taking a full part in running ‘Chorister Club’, the down-time between school and rehearsals. Although the choir timetable involves both morning and afternoon commitments, it is highly possible that the Chorister Supervisor role could be shared.

The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to work with children of all ages, with high expectations for their achievement and behaviour, and will be a caring, pastoral figure. They should have relevant first aid qualifications (or a willingness to receive training) and strong interpersonal skills.

Southwell Minster is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All staff and volunteers are expected to share this commitment, and this post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

For further information, please contact Adele Poulson 01636 817285 or email,