Alton Webteam: April 2018
JOB VACANCY: Schools Ministry co-ordinator
The GAP churches of the Greater Alton Project (Parish of the Resurrection and Alton Methodist Church) are seeking to appoint a new Schools Ministry co-ordinators. The job details are as follows:
Hours of work: a flexible 8 hours per week; 40 weeks per year which will include some evening and Sunday work.
Initially a 3 year fixed term appointment
Salary: £4160 (£13 per hour) to Start: 1st September 2018
This is an exciting opportunity to continue to develop our ministry to local schools.
Are you a committed Christian and enthusiastic about the vision of GAP churches?
Do you have successful experiences of building relationships with young people and leading children's ministry in a church setting?
Are you able to forge relationships with teaching staff and school senior leadership teams?
For further information and an application pack please contact
Rev Andrew Micklefield on 01420 88794 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: Friday 18th MAY 2018
Interviews: Monday 4th June 2018
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