Walton - Children and Youth Worker

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Do you have plenty of energy and a sense of fun?

The purpose of this exciting, part time post is to provide leadership, growth and the pastoral care of our current church-based children and youth work, to lead the enthusiastic volunteers, and to start some new projects.

The successful applicant will be a practicing Christian, have vision, be a self-starter, and well-motivated. You will have a heart and passion to bring the gospel to young people. You will have experience of working with children and young people and either have, or, be working towards an appropriate professional youth worker qualification endorsed by the National Youth Workers Association.

An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post.

Part time 12 hours per week.
Salary £7,800 Per Annum.

Application pack from the Walton Methodist Church Secretary waltonmethodistchurchsecretary@virginmedia.com

Closing date 30 November 2019.
Interview date TBA, with a flexible start date.

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