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Development Director

DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
MONKTON COMBE SCHOOL, BATH
Monkton Combe is a leading independent boarding and day school for 750 girls and boys from 2 – 18 years. It is situated two miles from Bath and has a reputation for a lively Christian ethos, excellent exam results and strong pastoral care – encouraging students to ‘go and make a difference to the world’.
The Principal and Governors are recruiting a Development Director to raise capital for major projects, investment in education, bursary support and to represent the school overseas.
Closing date: Friday 20th June 2014. Significant salary package alongside other benefits.

Development Director

DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
MONKTON COMBE SCHOOL, BATH
Monkton Combe is a leading independent boarding and day school for 750 girls and boys from 2 – 18 years. It is situated two miles from Bath and has a reputation for a lively Christian ethos, excellent exam results and strong pastoral care – encouraging students to ‘go and make a difference to the world’.
The Principal and Governors are recruiting a Development Director to raise capital for major projects, investment in education, bursary support and to represent the school overseas.
Closing date: Friday 20th June 2014. Significant salary package alongside other benefits.
For full job details and how to apply: www.anthonymillard.co.uk or email mark@anthonymillard.co.uk

 

Principal

Principal

Westminster Theological Centre - Scaled

We are looking for a Principal to lead our future development and expansion, whilst maintaining the core values of theological education as Spirit-empowered, practically focused, and academically challenging. Having established our reputation in the marketplace, the challenge is now one of managing growth. To meet this, the successful candidate will need to demonstrate a capability to cast a strategic vision for this future and to lead WTC into the next crucial phase of its journey.

The vision of WTC is to provide “best in class” theological training in the context of the local church. Our training focuses on the transformation of the individual, equipping men and women for ministry and mission in all areas of life. With a commitment to academic excellence, in the context of prayer and worship, not only do we seek to bridge the gap between the church and the academy, but we understand theological teaching and training to go hand in hand with spiritual formation.

WTC is based in Cheltenham, UK and offers University accredited courses in Theology up to MA level.

A mature Charismatic Christian faith is a Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR).
Additional information about both WTC and the role is available from: http://bit.ly/Akt1aC

Send your CV together with an accompanying letter to the Chief Operating Officer:
WTC, 100-102 Winchcombe St, Cheltenham GL52 2NW
or email
coo@wtctheology.org.uk
 

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Ashburnham Christian Trust

Ashburnham Christian Trust

General Director

The Ashburnham Christian Trust, which recently completed its “Jubilee” (50th) year, owns a 351 bed conference, training and prayer centre in rural East Sussex.  Located in a landscape designed by Capability Brown, the Trust exists to “encourage guests to encounter the living God through the Bible, prayer, fellowship and the beauty of creation, and to equip guests and staff to make a more passionate and effective impact for Christ on the local area and the world.” 

The General Director is responsible to the Trustees, with a large multi-cultural team, for all aspects of the leadership and business management of the Centre, as the Trust seeks to pursue and develop its international ministry.

Candidates should be committed Christians sympathetic to the work of the Spirit and in good standing with the Christian community; with a kingdom perspective; open to all expressions of the Christian Church; with vision and with proven leadership, management and business development skills.  The remuneration package includes an expense-free 4 bedroom detached house.

Further information about the role and details of the application procedure are obtainable from Michael Bewes:
The Willis Partnership, 50 Broadway, London SW1H 0RG
email michaelbewes@willis-partnership.co.uk

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Bridge Builders Assistant

Bridge Builders Assistant

Bridge builders scaled

Bridge Builders seeks to transform the culture of the church, in relation to how leaders lead and the way conflict is handled. 

We are looking for a volunteer worker for one year who is a committed Christian with a heart for serving the church, and who can share our vision for peacemaking and conflict transformation. 

The right candidate will be a graduate who is well organised and self-motivated, a good communicator with strong computer skills.  The role involves supporting the Directors in running the programme of Bridge Builders courses, and various other duties.

For further information contact Alastair McKay:
email
alastair@bbministries.org.uk 
visit 
www.bbministries.org.uk

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Bridge Builders Assistant

Bridge Builders Assistant

Bridge builders scaled

Bridge Builders seeks to transform the culture of the church, in relation to how leaders lead and the way conflict is handled. 

We are looking for a volunteer worker for one year who is a committed Christian with a heart for serving the church, and who can share our vision for peacemaking and conflict transformation. 

The right candidate will be a graduate who is well organised and self-motivated, a good communicator with strong computer skills.  The role involves supporting the Directors in running the programme of Bridge Builders courses, and various other duties.

For further information contact Alastair McKay:
email
alastair@bbministries.org.uk 
visit 
www.bbministries.org.uk

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Residential House Manager

Residential House Manager

Breathe City Church Scaled

A position has become available for Residential House Manager at Stronger, a Christian facility for vulnerable young women.

The successful applicant will work within an expanding staff team at Breathe City Church; a fast growing and dynamic church in the city of Stoke on Trent.

The position requires you, working under the direction of Stronger Ministry Lead, to provide day to day management of Stronger. Onsite accommodation is provided.

The applicant should have at least two years of experience and/or qualifications in one or more areas of social work, personal care, food hygiene, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence, working with ex-offenders and working with vulnerable women or early years training.

The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic and caring individual, fully committed to providing excellent standards of care and support. You will be assisting residents with all aspects of personal development and support as well as domestic duties, including cleaning, cooking and washing.

The applicant must have the following skills:

  • Able to drive and with own transport
  • Passionate about supporting young women
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • The ability to work using their own initiative
  • An honest and reliable work dynamic
  • Attention to detail
  • Flexibility and adaptability to manage a range of different tasks and to work extra hours to meet deadlines
  • An understanding of confidentiality and the use of discretion.

This post will be subject to a CRB.

Salary range is £9,748 – £13,247 and includes accommodation and utility bills.

Closing date for applications is 19.03.2012

Please apply with covering letter and CV to Becky Galloway:
Breathe City Church, Campus and City Offices, Leek Road, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, ST2 8BY
or email
admin@breathecitychurch.com  

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Web and Graphic Designer

Web and Graphic Designer

Barnabas Fund

Our busy and dynamic Web, Graphics and Multi-media department is looking for an additional member of the team. 

Split between web and graphic design you will be contributing to production of all Barnabas Fund digitally produced materials and Social Media Tools, as well as printed materials. 

We are looking for an enthusiastic and creative person, with solid experience with Adobe suite products.   Knowledge of HTML / CSS / JavaScript and PHP will be highly beneficial.

Salary range: according to experience

What To Do Next:
Email your full CV to personnel@barnabasfund.org or send it by post to the address below.
Barnabas Fund, The Old Rectory, River Street,
Pewsey, Wiltshire SN9 5DB

Contact details:
tel 01672 564 938
fax 01672 565 030
or visit
www.barnabasfund.org

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Communications Director Compassion UK

Communications Director Compassion UK

Compassion logo scaled

37,540 p.a. plus Benefits

Do you have the heart to help change the lives of children living in poverty?

We are currently looking for a Communications Director for our Communications Team.

Compassion UK is an evangelical Christian child development charity which has created a unique partnership with local churches in developing countries.

This position would suit an individual with first class interpersonal, written and verbal communications skills, a strong understanding of agency relations and the development and implementation of creative briefs and knowledge of appropriate communications mixes.

Experience of leading a marketing or communications team and managing projects and budgets are essential. There is an occupational requirement that the post holder has an active personal commitment to the Christian faith.

This is a permanent full-time position 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 9:00 – 17:00.

Please note that we cannot consider applicants who do not presently have permission to work in the UK.

Closing date 26th March
Interviews w/c 9 April 2012
Late applications may be considered.

Full application pack available:
Visit www.compassionuk.org/employment
email HR@compassionuk.org
or tel 01932 836496

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Unity not uniformity: Mapping out a more diverse future for the Evangelical Alliance

The Evangelical Alliance has committed to a future which better represents the ethnic diversity of the evangelical community in the UK, following meetings with national church leaders.

Senior staff from the Alliance have been meeting with key leaders in the months following the closure of the African and Caribbean Evangelical Alliance (ACEA) in May 2011 after 25 years of existence.

Faced with this void, General Director Steve Clifford, senior staff and Board members felt the need to address the issue in conversation with senior leaders from the black majority churches and to seek their input in mapping out a strategy for how best to reflect our diverse community.

Following an initial meeting on 6 October with a wide range of leaders, a commission including Bishop Eric Brown (national overseer of the New Testament Church of God), Bishop John Francis (senior pastor of Ruach Ministries), Bishop Wilton Powell (Church of God of Prophecy), Dr Tani Omideyi (Temple of Praise) and Pastor Agu Irukwu (senior pastor of Jesus House) met on 25 November to discuss and bring forward a report and recommendations as to the way forward for the Evangelical Alliance.

Steve Clifford said: “The feedback from these key leaders has been tremendously encouraging with a real sense that this was God’s timing and that we had to meet in order to seek God, hear from each other and find a way forward.

“We have used the opportunity to build relationship as, together, we seek to make an impact on our world and be a part of the prayer Jesus prays in John 17 that ‘we may be one’.

 “This is about unity and not uniformity. This is a unity which recognises we’re family together. We are about a unity which challenges the norms of our society.”

The wider group met again on 28 February to receive the report, which will now go to the Evangelical Alliance Board and Council later this year to agree the recommendations before they are made public.

Speaking at the meeting in October, Pastor Agu said: “I have been excited to witness the Alliance’s journey of bringing unity. All of us have come to the place where we have realised that we cannot do this on our own. I am passionate about unity because I know that if we can harness our potential together, we can achieve so much more.”

Full list of Commission members:

Bishop Eric Brown (National Overseer NTCG)

Steve Clifford (General Director Evangelical Alliance)

Bishop John Francis (Senior Pastor, Ruach Ministries)

Pastor Agu Irukwu (Senior Pastor, Jesus House)

Dr Dave Landrum (Advocacy Director, Evangelical Alliance)

Dr Tani Omideyi (Senior Minister, Love Joy Ministries/EA Council)

Pastor Ade Omooba (Co-founder Christian Victory Group)

Bishop Wilton Powell (National Overseer COGOP)

Rev Matt Summerfield (Chief Exec. Urban Saints/EA Board)

Rev Mike Talbot (Vicar Emmanuel Church, Northwood/Chair of EA Board)

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