Childrens and Families Leader

Children & Families Leader

Part Time – 24hours per week, permanent, 52wks/yr 

This includes Sundays and some evenings and weekends

Salary £10.26 per hour [£20,000 annual pro rata]

Could you inspire our children to want to know, love and follow Jesus?

Are you someone who could teach and encourage children to live out their faith practically, enabling them to discover their gifts and find opportunity to exercise them?

Are you passionate about integrating children and families fully into the life of the church?

The role of the Children and Families Leader is to love and disciple our under 11s, overseeing the activities for them and their families in church and within the wider parish.

You will have knowledge of safeguarding and experience of working with and supporting children (up to the age of 11 years) and their families. 

You will have experience of planning and running children’s groups.

You will have the ability to stay calm, cheerful and focused, prioritising work appropriately, with strong organisation skills.

You will be committed to the values of St Mary’s church and modeling them in public and private life.

Information about St Mary’s Church can be found on our website at www.stmarysleamington.com. A job description and person specification can be obtained from the Church Administrator Rebecca Mitchell, St Mary’s Church, St. Mary’s Road, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV31 1JW. Email: rebecca@stmarysleamington.com, Phone 01926 778505.

The closing date for applications is: Friday 20th November at 12 noon.

Interviews will take place at St Mary’s Church on: Monday 30th November 2020.

For an informal conversation please contact the Vicar Revd Becky Jones on 01926 778505.

Please send your CV and covering letter by email to: rebecca@stmarysleamington.com

This post is subject to enhanced DBS disclosure. The post holder will need to prove that they have the right to work permanently in the United Kingdom.

It is a Genuine Occupational Requirement (Schedule 9 part 1 of the Equality Act 2010) that the post-holder has a committed Christian faith.