Schools Worker (part-time)

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Engage

Engage Woking Schools (a local mission partner of Scripture union) is a charity commissioned since 1985 by the churches of Woking to help children and young people in school engage with the Christian faith.

We have a vacancy for a Schools Worker who will work alongside two other Schools Workers to:

  • Resource, lead and support Christian activities in local primary and secondary Schools and Woking College
  • Help grow the present work by developing and strengthening links with schools where Engage is not currently active
  • Encourage and facilitate the relationships between local churches and local schools

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with proven experience of and a heart for schools and young people to help Engage maintain and develop its work.
The post is part time for around 10-15 hours per week during school terms (39 weeks).

The salary £5,000-£7,500 dependent on experience and hours worked. No evening or weekend work will normally be required.

It is an occupational requirement that the post holder is a committed Christian. The post is subject to satisfactory references and the usual DBS checks.
This role could be combined with a part time youth worker post currently being advertised by St Andrew's Church, Goldsworth Park. The two roles will be based in the same buildings and could provide an exciting and varied vocation for the right person.

For a job pack please contact Shelley Tuohy at office@engagewoking.org (or go online to www.engagewoking.org). The closing date for applications is noon on Friday 21st September and first interviews will be held on Wednesday 26th September (with second interviews where appropriate on Friday 28th September).

Engage Woking Schools is a registered charity number 1156005

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