Children's Worker (Full-Time or Part-Time)

Barton Church, Canterbury

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Job Details

Type: permanent
Hours: full time
Location: Canterbury
Salary: £27,600-£31,778 The salary will be based on Level 1-4 of the Main Pay Range of the current Joint Advice on Teachers’ Pay Scale (JATPS) and will be set commensurate with previous experience and qualifi
Posted: 07 Sep 2021
Closes: 01 Oct 2021
Ref: P14072021-1106/BARTON

Important Requirements

Applications can only be considered from those who are UK citizens or who otherwise have a right to work in the UK.

You will need to be able to declare wholehearted acceptance of the FIEC doctrinal basis.

Contact

Hannah Lock (Administrator)
[email protected]

This is an exciting position at Barton Church, with the opportunity to work in a church that meets across 2 locations, the Canterbury site (morning service) and the Faversham site (afternoon service). The role will involve leading the children’s ministry across the whole church. The Children’s Worker will lead the Kids church teams across our locations and help to develop local community mission to further the vision of the church. This role will involve working closely with the other ministry Staff, Kids Teams and also help to facilitate, equip and support discipleship in the home by parents/carers and families. 

This is a Full-Time position with the option of being Part-Time (20-30 hours a week).

Required Skills

  • Personal skills: Energetic, approachable and passionate about children’s ministry.
  • Leadership skills: Mature and experienced leader, equipper and mobiliser of others.
  • Experience: Children’s ministry (paid or unpaid) within a church context.
  • Training: Relevant theological training (formal or informal).
  • Working with others: Effective work in teams and leading/empowering others.
  • Membership: Able to engage in the vision, and life of the church as a committed member.
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