Are you between 18 to 23 and a Member of the Methodist Church?*Apply to become our
METHODIST YOUTH PRESIDENT
One Year Fixed Term Contract from 1 August 2019 — 31 August 2020
A full time role offering a salary of: Circa £18,800 — £22,000 per annum.
We are looking for our next Youth President to work with the Connexional Team to:
- Enable, encourage and enthuse young people both inside and outside the Church.
- Represent the Children's and Youth Assembly
- Be spokesperson and a primary link between youth voices and lead staff decision-making.
This is an exciting and rewarding opportunity to travel and work around the Connexion and overseas, supporting young people and leading worship. You will gain experience of operating in a complex organisation and influencing the decision making processes within the governance structures of the Church.
For more information about the role visit: http://www.methodist.org.uk/about-us/connect/jobs-volunteering/jobs-with-the-connexional-team/
You can also contact email@example.com
Candidates will be invited to attend a day at Methodist Church House, London, on Thursday 27th September 2018 to explore and discuss the role more fully.
Candidates must be available to attend 3Generate, the Annual Assembly of Children and Youth in the Methodist Church held from 23 — 25 November 2018. It is here that the Assembly will vote in elections for the next Youth President.
Closing Date for applications: Friday 24th August 2017 at noon
For an application pack please go to www.methodist.org.uk/about-us/connect/jobs-volunteering/jobs-with-the-connexional-team/ or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
*There is a genuine occupational requirement for you to be aged between 18 and 23 and a member of the Methodist Church by the 1 August 2019. Only completed application forms will be considered. CVs will not be accepted.
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