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Archdeacon of Llandaff
We are looking for a new colleague to join the Senior Team in Llandaff as we pursue a fresh direction and implement our Vision – ‘Where Faith Matters’.
Qualities important to us include:
- Christ-centred leader – a person of faith and spiritual depth
- Visionary – oriented to the future, with ability to think strategically
- Encourager – promoting change through encouragement, an enabler and empathetic
- Team-player – loyal to a shared vision but capable of constructive dissent
- Ground-breaker – see new opportunities, unafraid to try something different, to make mistakes and try again
- Change-maker – someone who makes things happen. A positive advocate for change who is capable of implementing and winning support for change
Deadline for applications: 12:00noon, Friday 12th March 2021
Interview date: Thursday 25th March 2021
This post is subject to a DBS Enhanced Disclosure.
For more information
The Revd. Dr. Sarah Rogers, Bishops’ Chaplain
Tel: 029 2056 2400 email@example.com
The Bishop’s Office, Llys Esgob,
Cathedral Green, Llandaff, Cardiff CF5 2YE
Email address: bishop.llandaffEA@cinw.org.uk
Senior Outreach Worker
Helping communities thrive in a post-pandemic world.
The church has been at the heart of the Covid-19 response and we’re not finished yet. From food banks to fundraising, we’ve seen powerful examples of churches coming together to support their local communities.
You’ll oversee the planning and implementation of our outreach strategies – including a Covid-19 recovery plan. You’ll be responsible for working with Ministry Areas (groups of churches in a local area) to help them identify local outreach priorities, connecting with volunteers, identifying sponsorship opportunities and cultivating relationships with charities, businesses and other relevant organisations.
You will co-lead the development of our Christians Against Poverty (CAP) outreach work alongside the Community Development Officer and support the Community Development Officer with outreach and inclusion initiatives, such as Faith Tent at Cardiff Pride.
This is a strategic role with a focus on making a long term impact in our communities. This role requires an excellent knowledge and understanding of Wales’ voluntary sector. You will have excellent inter-personal skills and possess the ability to build relationships with a wide range of stakeholders. You will thrive in an organisation that embraces change.
This is a fixed term position requires travel across South Wales. Flexible working will be considered.
We welcome applications from Welsh speakers.
- Travel across South Wales essential.
- Salary £30K.
- Full time, fixed term until 31st December 2025
Matthew Batten, Director of Communication and Engagement, firstname.lastname@example.org
Email your application for to email@example.com
Deadline: 5pm Thursday 25 March. Interviews April.
Engagement Workers (x2)
Engagement Workers are an important part of a grant funded project from the Church in Wales’ Evangelism Fund. You’ll be joining us at an exciting time as we embark on a five-year mission to engage with children and young people across the Diocese in matters of faith. We’re looking for two Engagement Workers to join a new and vibrant team to help deliver our Young Faith Matters initiative to children and young people in schools, ministry areas and hard-to-reach audiences across the Diocese.
You will work alongside the Director of Education and Young People and the Senior Engagement Worker working with a cluster of schools to engage children and young people in faith, working closely with a ministry area. You will also have the opportunity to use your expertise and knowledge more widely throughout the Diocese.
You will be confident at engaging with children and young people and comfortable working in both school and parish environments. You will be working with groups of children and young people and be able to create resources for them including engaging them through online and social media platforms.
If you thrive in an organisation that is embracing change then we want to hear from you. You’ll be self-motivated with high standards and have a passion for children and young people. We’re a close team who work hard, often to tight deadlines so time management and working at a fast pace need to be qualities you possess.
This is a full-time position on contract ending on December 31st 2025. You’ll be remote working in a cluster of schools within a ministry area with access to a central office base. This role also requires travel across South Wales. Some work will require flexible hours.
We welcome applications from Welsh speakers.
- Location: Coychurch, Bridgend, South Wales and home based
- Hours: 37.5
Fixed term contract to end on December 31st 2025
Closing date: 4pm Friday 5th March 2021
Interviews on Wednesday 17th March 2021
St Peter's Communtiy Hall and Garden's are recruiting a Community Hall Manager and Project Development Worker.
Job descriptions are available on their website.
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