Vacancy

Current vacancies include;

  • Youth Minister

Relevant documents 

Role profile for Youth Minister

For information on the role profile for the Youth Minister vacancy, please see the following document.

Person specification for Youth Minister

For information on the person specification for the Youth Minister vacancy, please see the following document.

Application form (PDF)

For the application form in PDF format, please see the following document.

Application form (.docx)

For the application form in word format, please see the following document.

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St. John’s Church Kenilworth is looking for a passionate and dynamic Youth Minister to continue the youth work that has been built over the last few years. The Youth Minister will be committed to seeing young people’s lives changed by Jesus.

 

The role will include:

  • Leading and developing a disciple-making culture 

  • Seeing new disciples made and developed into disciple-makers 

  • Connecting strongly with the local secondary school 

  • Partnering with Kenilworth Youth For Christ and other Christian agencies 

  • Growing a volunteer base

 

We’re about seeing young people’s lives changed, in step with the vision of the church:

“Becoming like Christ, Making disciples, Bringing real change.”

 

The four ways of life, designed to deliver the vision are:

  • Immersed in the presence of God

  • Established in the word of God

  • Investing in open people

  • Modelling shared life and shared mission

 

You must have experience working with young people. Have strong organisational skills, showing innovative and strategic ability.

If you are passionate about young people and long for them to hear and respond to the gospel, we would love to hear from you.

 

Salary: £23-25K per annum (dependent upon experience) plus up to 5% matched pension contribution

Full time: 40 hours per week for 42 weeks of the year (school term time plus the equivalent of an additional 4 weeks)

Location: St John’s Church Offices

Holiday: 20 days plus bank holidays

 

There is a genuine occupational requirement that the post holder is a committed Evangelical Christian in accordance with Part 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.

 

The position is dependent on two suitable references, an enhanced DBS check and attendance at regular safeguarding training. The position will be reviewed by the PCC after a 6 months probation period. Candidates applying for this role will be expected to comply with safer recruitment initiatives, including a self disclosure of any criminal history.

 

Closing date for applications: 3rd September 2021.

Interviews: 10th & 11th September 2021. Accommodation provided if requested.

For Application form and Job Description please contact below

For further information contact Revd. Andrew Attwood vicar@stjohn316.co.uk 07884136816