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The Methodist Church

Children and Families Worker

The Hants-Surrey Border Circuit is looking to appoint
a part-time lay worker, to be attached to the
Methodist Churches in Fleet and Farnham.

The post is for 21 hours work per week, 14 in Fleet and 7 in Farnham, which includes some evening and Sunday working. The starting salary will be £13535 pa plus expenses.

Experience with children and in leadership roles within a church setting will be preferred. Applicants should have own transport.
This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.

The closing date for applications will be 11th June with interviews expected to take place end June to early July.

The post becomes available from 1 September 2016.

Further particulars are available from: Charlotte Hodson, Circuit Administrator at office.hsbc.methodistcircuit@gmail.com

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