Nicholaston House Gower, Swansea Part time chef/cook

Nicholaston House is looking for a part time chef/cook. 20 hours/week. 

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Team Lead Pastor Bethel Baptist Church, Pontyclun

Bethel Baptist Church are looking to appoint a Team Lead Pastor as their current pastor retires in July.
Someone who is able to challenge, inspire and mentor the church and leaders to reach and disciple the next generation for Jesus. 

As a leadership and as a church they are passionate about their call to Love God and Love Others.

Bethel is a very active community-based and family-orientated church 

details & to apply

person specifications

 

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Rural Pioneer Youth Minister (Lay or Ordained) - Oswestry

Rural Pioneer Youth Minister (Lay or Ordained)

Salary: £30,000/year (3 year contract)

Oswestry Rural Youth Church (ORYC) seeks an experienced Pioneer Youth Minister to initiate and lead the development of a Fresh Expression of church for 11-18s in the rural areas around Oswestry, a town on the border of North Wales. ORYC is a new initiative in the Deanery of Oswestry, part of the CofE Diocese of Lichfield. We aim to provide a safe space in which young people, of all faiths and none, can explore the Christian faith and grow as disciples and worship in a church community that has young people at its heart.

The successful applicant will be:

  • An experienced pioneer of fresh expressions of church with young people
  • A natural collaborative worker
  • Knowledgeable of, or have the clear capacity to gain knowledge of, life in rural contexts, and
  • Be able to develop a strategy in partnership with the Management Group to make ORYC a sustainable project for years to come

The post is fully funded for 2 years through a variety of personal gifts, church giving, and trust funding, with continuation funding being actively sought for years 3-6. Details of our work so far and application instructions can be found on our website.

Applications close at 5pm on 29th April 2018 with interviews taking place over 13th-14thMay 2018 in Oswestry Deanery. To request an application pack, or for an informal conversation about the role, email Revd Helen Morby on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

www.oryc.org.uk

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"Al Massira" - The Journey Chief Operating Officer

Al Massira Chief Operating Officer - job description

Al Massira is ready to consider candidates who are self-supporting, partially-supporting or those who

would require a modest salary. Any approved expenses relating to this role will be covered by Al

Massira.

Background

Al Massira (The Journey) trains people to present the story of the Bible in thirteen DVD sessions,

journeying chronologically through the scriptures to present eternal truths in an eastern,

community-oriented style, familiar to those from an Arab or Muslim culture. Promoting free and

open discussion, the narrative anticipates and addresses the most common issues such as the Trinity

and divinity of Christ. As participants are led to an understanding of the person and work of the

Messiah in the gospels, Christ becomes the answer to important questions that have been

awakened in their hearts and leads them into deeper discipleship.

Al Massira International promotes AM and supports regional teams, based around the world, who

are all involved in translation, training and follow up. The team has an office in Llanelli, SW Wales

with some members based in the area and some working with the team remotely.

Job Title Chief Operating officer

Accountable to AM Director

Type of Contract Part Time (3-4 days per week)

Location of work The Al Massira Office is located in Llanelli, S Wales – this role would

require attendance in the office for a minimum of 2 days per week.

Job Summary

The Chief Operations Officer is responsible for the overall operational development of Al Massira

Trust with specific oversight of the office, Human Resources, IT and database management, the

financial operations of Al Massira, and the provision of leadership and oversight for on going

projects. He or she will work alongside the AM Director to evaluate and develop a robust on going

operational model and structure for Al Massira as it continues to expand and increase in complexity.

The Chief Operating Officer will use his or her strategic thinking and problem solving abilities to

ensure that ministries are run in line with the overall vision.

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Family and Community Worker - Lliswerry Baptist Newport

Lliswerry Baptist Church Newport are looking to appoint a half-time Family and Community Worker to support and develop outreach with a particular focus on younger families.

  • Purpose of the position:

    To support and develop outreach at Lliswerry Baptist Church with a particular focus on younger families.

    Responsible to:

    God’s leading with guidance from the minister and deacons.

    Key responsibilities:

    • Supporting the development and implementation of church mission.
    • Encourage, participate in and support the church community in offering welcome, hospitality and building relationships.
    • To help to develop gifts in others to look to build up a team in this area.

    Key tasks:

    • Develop new activities as required in our mission to younger families and individuals
    • Work with our Minister to maintain and develop links with schools.
    • Work alongside and support volunteers from our existing groups to help develop those activities.
    • To look to engage with the asylum seekers in the community.
    • Raise the profile of the church in the local community.

    Resources:

    The church will look to provide –

    • Expenses (Travel mileage)
    • Training opportunities
    • The church currently owns a flat which could be offered for accommodation.

    Hours:

    • Part time (15-20 hours)
    • Subject to references/DBS

    Further details can be found at www.lliswerrybaptist.org.uk

     

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Part time role at CMS initially 7-10 hours per week

C Management Services is a company set up 5 years ago to provide support to the charity sector, with a particular interest in churches and Christian based organisations. It has been growing steadily over that time as new clients have requested support, usually hearing about us through an existing client. Our mission is "helping charities to overcome the obstacles to fulfilling their vision".

We are looking for a person that will primarily, to start, be involved in bookkeeping, processing the transactions in the accounting software and reconciling with the bank account, run several small payrolls and prepare gift aid claims. We need someone with some experience who can hit the ground running. We have a strong interest in developing people - their interests and skills - so are looking for someone who wants to learn and increase their knowledge and develop new skills. Ideally, you will have some skills in social media and would be able to use these to increase the company's profile to increase our client base.

Skills required are:

Essential:

Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office

Good interpersonal skills

Time management skills and able to manage own diary and appointments

Previous experience of working with accounting software such as QuickBooks and Sage

Experience of running small payrolls

Willing to work flexibly

Driver with access to own vehicle

Desirable:

Knowledge of charity sector

Wants to learn new skills

Good knowledge of using social media effectively

 

At the start, we are looking for someone to work up to 7-10 hours per week, though this will grow with contracts due to start over the next few months. This can be worked flexibly, with some time working at clients offices and some home-based. The plan is for the business to continue to grow as demand continues to increase - which it is doing rapidly at the moment!

 

If you are interested, or know someone that is, or want further information, please contact Paul on 07767 386040 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. To apply to work for us, please send a cv and a letter detailing your experience, why you believe that you are right person for the role and what extra you will bring to help the company's growth. For more detail about the company, please visit our website at www.cmanagementservices.co.uk

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Job opportunities at Care for the Family

Three Jobs avialble at the Care for the Family team 

Networker – Faith in the Family
Communications Manager – Digital
Marketing Manager – Events

For full details read below:

Networker – Faith in the Family

Do you have a passion to raise awareness across church networks, so that churches support Christian parents nurture their children's faith? Then this role might be for you.

Location:   Home-based (south or mid-UK) with substantial amounts of travel

Salary range: £19,643 – £21,826 per annum

This is a 2-year fixed term contract

Closing date:  Friday, 13 April 2018 (5pm)

Job advert   Job description   Team organisation chart    Application pack

For an informal chat about the post contact Becky Denharder on 029 2081 5888


Communications Manager – Digital

Could you develop and drive forward Care for the Family's digital presence in compelling and captivating ways? Could you manage the Digital Engagement Team? Could you support the Lead Manager in the development of our wider public engagement strategy? Then read on...

Location:   Cardiff (moving to Newport autumn 2018)

Salary range: £26,491 – £29,435 per annum

This is a permanent, full-time position

Closing date:  Monday, 16 April 2018 (5pm)

Job advert     Job description   Team organisation chart   Application pack

For an informal chat about the post contact Hugh Griffiths on 029 2081 5895


Marketing Manager – Events

Could you lead the Event Promotion Team in planning, developing and delivering successful and sustainable event promotion strategies? Then look no further!

Location:   Cardiff (moving to Newport autumn 2018)

Salary range: £26,491 – £29,435 per annum

This is a permanent, full-time position

Closing date:  Monday, 16 April 2018 (5pm)

Job advert   Job description   Team organisation chart   Application pack

For an informal chat about the post contact Ruth Weaver on 029 2081 5889

 

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Short Term Bible College Training Opportunity - Bible College of Wales

The founder of the Bible College of Wales, Mr. Rees Howells, believed in the Every Creature mandate, to bring the gospel to reach every tongue and tribe, and his heart’s cry still remains the sole pursuit of the BCW today. The college’s purpose is to train and equip every student for ministry in their communities as well as in the nations. We believe every student’s call is unique and we desire for them to discover, activate, and embrace their purpose during this time at the BCW-SOM.  

We strongly encourage you to consider attending our upcoming 2018 Spring Term or if you are already a graduate of BCW, that you will encourage another to sign up and participate in this preparation for the great harvest. From our current cohort, many have gone on to influence and impact their communities locally and in the nations. We promise you that your life will be changed in ways you have never dreamed of.

The closing date for BCW-SOM 2018 Spring Term is now extended to 10 February. We believe you will have a life-changing God encounter in the BCW over the next 3 months. This is definitely not to be missed! Please complete your application form and email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Signing up is that simple. Come and be part of this wonderful journey!

In His Service,
The BCW Team

UK Office Derwen Fawr House, Derwen Fawr Rd, Swansea, SA2 8EB, United Kingdom
T: +44 (0) 1792 722428
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2018 SPRING SEMESTER (5 MARCH 2018 – 25 MAY 2018)

 

ORIENTATION DAY     /   2 March 2018

GRADUATION DAY     /    24 May 2018

Registration opens on:
1 July 2017

Registration closes on:
31 December 2017 (for applicants 
who require a visa)

10 February 2018 (for all other applicants)

 

2018 AUTUMN SEMESTER (3 SEPTEMBER 2018 – 23 NOVEMBER 2018)

ORIENTATION DAY    /   31 August 2018

GRADUATION DAY     /    22 November 2018

Registration opens on:
1 January 2018

Registration closes on:
31 May 2018 (for applicants 
who require a visa)


1 August 2018 (for all other applicants)

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Centre Director - Kenya - International Teams

Leadership Couple/Couples or Team needed to run a Christian Centre for disabled and vulnerable children in Kenya

Long term: 2 years +

Starting date: April 2018

The positions are self-supporting.

Job function:
- Oversee and direct all the operational procedures of the Centre.
- Implement the strategic goals and objectives of Matumaini Rehabilitation Centre, Molo, Kenya which aims to bring a holistic approach to impact children and young people lives spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically.
- Provide an effective total management services to the Centre.
- With the chair, enable the Board to fulfil its governance function. 

  • Most of the children, who come from different backgrounds, have extensive disabilities and have suffered neglect and abandonment, and they have become outcasts, unwanted, stigmatized, malnourished and abused.
  • They need a safe place, a welcome environment, parental care to the orphans, mentoring and emotional support and access to education, medication, and access to a professionally trained physiotherapist and other hospital medical care.
  • They need to know the love and care of Jesus through the staff who work, play and pray with them as they live with them every day.

For more information, contact Jenny Edmunds at iTeams, on +44 (0)1874 611 995 or e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For more general information on the work of iTeams, view the website at: www.iteams.org.uk 

 

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