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St Francis of Assisi - Community Support Officer

 

Community Support Officer - St Francis of Assisi, Radford

  • Do you like helping people?
  • Do you want to see people lead full, stable and settled lives?
  • Do you have experience of supporting people with benefits, tenancy issues, debt and personal problems?

                                                    We need you!

We have funding for two years to work with a wide range of people facing vulnerabilities.

We need someone who can work 30 hours a week (between 9am and 3pm Monday to Friday).

Salary: £20,000 pa.

Click here for the Advert

Click here for the Community Support Officer Job Description and Person Specification

Click here for an Application Form

Who we are:  St Francis Employability is a small charitable organisation working to improve the lives of people in Radford and across Coventry.  We are based in a church in Radford and work to support people in volunteering, learning and employment.

How to apply:  email vicar@stfrancisassisicoventry.com or call 07799 724908 for an application form

Closing date 28th May 2019

 

Vicar - St. Matthew's & St. Oswald's, Rugby

An evangelical priest with incumbency experience and/or other relevant experience is sought for this parish.

Can you lead and help us into new growth?

Can you listen, love and lead us well?

Are you passionate and gifted in both community engagement and evangelism, with a track record of leading people of all ages to faith in Christ and on-going discipleship?

Are you skilled in identifying, developing and empowering lay leaders?

Can you oversee the review and development of our buildings and resources to enhance our welcome, mission and worship?

Click here to download the Advert.

Click here to download the Parish Profile.

Click here to download the NCD Survey.

Click here to download an Application Form.

Informal conversations are very welcome with the Assistant Archdeacon, Clive Hogger on 07377 997143 (clive.hogger@covcofe.org), Area Dean, Tim Cockell on 01788 812613 (rectorbilton@icloud.com),  CPAS Patronage Leadership Specialist, John Coyne on 07929 627346 (jcoyne@cpas.org.uk)

The closing date for applications is: Noon, Friday 14th June 2019

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 2nd and Wednesday 3rd July 2019.

Enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post.

Associate Minister (HfD) - St Matthew Salford Priors

As a part of the Heart of England Benefice the people of St Matthews Salford Priors have benefitted in all sorts of ways, including sharing of resources. At the same time, they have also found themselves wanting to do more, to serve more, to be more, and to develop the distinctive characteristics of their life in Christ. So they are keen to expand their ministry with the appointment of a charismatic evangelical associate minister to take them forward in new ways.

We welcome applications from gently charismatic evangelical priests who are: 

- Pastoral evangelists who would love to exercise these gifts in a village context, with a particular heart and passion for reaching families, including via schools. 

- Able to ensure worship is attractive and relevant to the whole village community, including younger families.  We would also welcome being sensitively moved forwards in understanding and greater experience of spiritual gifts in worship, mission and everyday life.   

- Able to prioritise ministry within one village whilst working within the relational dynamics of a wider benefice.  This will include an ability to gently and sensitively handle some issues of past hurt which can still affect our present reality.  

- Fun to be with and enjoy working with and empowering lay leaders.

Please click the following links for more information:

Click to download the Advert.

Click to download the Parish Profile.

Click to download the Application Form.

Informal conversations very welcome with the Rector, Peter Walker, on peter@heartparishes.org.uk (01789 772217), Area Dean, Richard Mutter on richard_mutter@hotmail.com (07791 491239) or the Assistant Archdeacon: Clive Hogger on clive.hogger@covcofe.org (07377 997143).

The closing date for applications is: 12 noon, Friday 17th May 2019.

Interviews will take place on: Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th of June 2019.

 

Associate Minister (HfD) - Brailes et al

The Benefice of Brailes, the Benefice of Sutton under Brailes and the Benefice of Tysoe, Oxhill and Whatcote are situated on the edge of the Cotswolds, in southern Warwickshire approximately 10 miles from Stratford upon Avon and a similar distance from Banbury in Oxfordshire. It is an area of remarkable natural beauty with a rich history and a warm and welcoming local population.

We welcome applications from candidates who are:

- committed to being a pastoral presence in villages, celebrating and building on strong links between church and community, and supporting an incumbent in their ministry.

-enthusiastic about helping churches to develop a mutual exchange of support and encouragement that enables them to grow in unity.

- gifted in encouraging and nurturing people of all ages to become active members and leaders within their worshipping communities.

Informal conversations are very welcome with the Incumbent, the Reverend George Heighton (01295 680201) revgeorgeh@outlook.com or Assistant Archdeacon, the Reverend Clive Hogger (07377 997 143) clive.hogger@covcofe.org

Click to download the Advert.

Click to download the Parish Profile.

Click to download the Application Form.

Click here to download the NCD Survey for Brailes.

Click here to download the NCD Survey for Tysoe.

Click here to download the NCD Survey for Oxhill.

Click here to download the NCD Survey for Sutton-under-Brailes.

Click here to download the NCD Survey for Whatcote.

Associate Minister - St Mark's Bilton

St Mark’s Bilton is one of the largest parishes in the Diocese, and soon to become even larger with the addition of significant new housing within the parish.

We welcome ordained candidates committed to the above, who will thrive within a ‘central, liturgical tradition which draws inspiration from the breadth of the Anglican tradition, and who:

- Will bring new creativity and initiatives and evangelistic emphasis to complement the pastoral and teaching gifts of existing clergy.

- Have a track record in helping a church grow with men, and people in their 20s-30s, including families and men.

- Have skills in working within schools to support and reach parents and families, and be able to translate such effort into the reality of people voluntarily and appropriately exploring and coming to Christian faith.

- Are able to deliver worship which is inspiring to a younger (under-40) age range.

- Are empowering leaders, able to identify and train new leaders, and support and encourage those already working in our Schools Team and Messy Church Team.

- Are willing to take their part in the many occasional offices in the parish, and be able to translate some of this work into Christian faith exploration and discipleship.

Please note: Candidates may also be interested in the

nearby post of part time Chaplain of Harris Church of

England Academy in Rugby. For further details please see

www.harriscofeacademy.co.uk/vacancies

For further information about the parochial post please contact the Rector and Area Dean, Tim Cockell on 01788 812613 (rectorbilton@icloud.com) or the Archdeacon Missioner, Morris Rodham on 07506 731892(Morris.Rodham@CovCofE.org)

For infomation about the Chaplaincy post please contact the Director of Education, Linda Wainscot on 01788 422800(linda.wainscot@covcofe.org).

Expressions of interest welcome.

Please click the following links for more information:

Click to download the Advert.

Click to download the Parish Profile.

Click to download the Application Form.

Vicar - Camp Hill (on an interim basis)

Camp Hill in Nuneaton has seen some significant positive change over the last few years, with a serious programme of regeneration – change which is still ongoing.  St Mary and St John’s want to be part of that positive transformation – an aspiration I endorse with enthusiasm.  There will be some hard work involved in a combination of congregational growth, building development and community engagement, but our hope and prayer is that this combination will appeal to a motivated and able Society Priest, who, as it says in the Person Specification, ‘can lead the church into a vibrant new future’.  There really is a great opportunity here to revive the life of the Church and to restore something of the missionary energy with which St Mary’s and St John’s began when the estate was first built.

We welcome applications from priests in the Anglo-Catholic tradition registered with The Society (SSWSH), or who are willing to do so, and who: 

- Are a positive role model to the congregation and wider Diocese in growing a healthy church in the Anglo-Catholic tradition, in an area undergoing significant regeneration, with the Eucharist at the heart of worship, contributing to the already positive influence Society churches are bringing to the health and diversity of the wider Diocese. 

- Value and enjoy working in schools, maintaining our current links, and can translate that work into reaching and attracting young families. 

- Can lead the church into a vibrant new future, including some major renovation, refurbishment and possible re-building of parts of the church plant to enhance church growth and community development initiatives.

- Do not mind starting with a small base of people! 

- Are able to laugh and have fun with us and the local community!

Informal conversations welcome.  Please contact: Archdeacon Missioner, Ven Morris Rodham, on tel: 07506731892 (Morris.Rodham@CovCofE.org) or Acting Area Dean, Rev Kate Massey, on tel: 02476 372089 (revkatemassey@gmail.com) or Bishop of Ebbsfleet Representative, Fr Dexter Bracey on tel:  02476 711687  (dexter_bracey@yahoo.co.uk)  

Expressions of interest welcome.

Please click the following links for more information:

Click to download the Advert.

Click to download the Parish Profile.

Click to download the Application Form.

Vicar (Interim Basis), St. Oswald's, Tile Hill

An Ebbsfleet parish with huge potential for community regeneration initiatives seeks a priest in the Anglo-Catholic tradition registered with The Society (SSWSH). 

Informal conversations very welcome with the Archdeacon Missioner, Ven Morris Rodham, on tel: 07506731892 (Morris.Rodham@CovCofE.org) or Area Dean, Rev Greg Smith: 02476 422856 (gregsmith31760@tiscali.co.uk) or Bishop of Ebbsfleet Representative, Fr Dexter Bracey, on tel:  02476 711687  (dexter_bracey@yahoo.co.uk )  

Please click on the links below for further details.

Expressions of interest welcome.

Click here to download the advert.

Click to download the Parish Profile.

Click to download the Application Form.

Enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post.

 

Vicar - Wood End, St. Chad's

Are you fun to be with? 

Are you interested in building good relationships between church and community?   Are you robust and resilient? 

Then perhaps God may be calling you to become Vicar of St. Chad's, Wood End, Coventry.

Informal conversations are most welcome with the Archdeacon Missioner, Ven Morris Rodham, 07506 731892 (Morris.Rodham@CovCofE.org )

Expressions of interest are welcome.

Click here to download the Application Form

Click here to download the Parish Profile

Click here to download the NCD Guide for St. Chad's.

Enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post.

Associate Minister - Holy Trinity Coventry

A large and diverse in all respects civic, city-centre church which is already seeing new growth under their new incumbent (2017), seeks an Associate Minister to assist this growth on a Self-Supporting or House for Duty basis.

Informal conversations are most welcome with the Vicar, Rev'd Graeme Anderson, on 07528 765027 (church.graeme@gmail.com), and/or with the Assistant Archdeacon, Clive Hogger, on tel: 07377997143 (clive.hogger@covcofe.org ).

Expressions of interest are welcome

Click here to download an Application Form.

Click here to download the parish profile.

Click here to download the NCD Guide for Holy Trinity Coventry.

 

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