Children and Families Worker Wath Parish Church

What We Need You To Do

The main responsibilities of the role are: 

  • To co-ordinate together with the existing team the children, and family’s ministry in the Benefice of Wombwell St Mary enabling children and young people to progress through the various ministries.
  • To initiate new ministries to engage with young families from the wider community; recruiting, training, and equipping a team of volunteers to support the work.
  • To proactively work with and contribute to the Centenary Project Worker Network.

Who We Are Looking For

It is a genuine requirement that the post-holder should be a communicant member of the Church of England or a full member of a Church within Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.
We need someone who:

  • To co-ordinate together with the existing team the children, and family’s ministry in the Benefice of Wombwell St Mary enabling children and young people to progress through the various ministries. 
  • To initiate new ministries to engage with young families from the wider community; recruiting, training, and equipping a team of volunteers to support the work.
  • To attend the termly Centenary Project Doncaster Youth Hub events. 
  • To proactively work with and contribute to the Centenary Project Worker Network.
  • Work with the Rector and volunteers to set up and run a monthly family service style event in the Ellis school.
  • To be part of the team delivering an All-Age Café style service at St George’s Jump.
  • To develop relationships with local primary schools, delivering assemblies and offering class and church visits, with the help of volunteers.
  • Work with the existing team to plan prepare and deliver material for Sunday school. Ο To be part of a team delivering JAM club, an after-school club for primary aged children.
  • To be part of a team delivering a 3-day summer Holiday Club
  • Identify those with skills and talents relevant to children, youth, and families work, within the congregation, and to nurture and develop these gifts, building on the team of volunteer leaders.
  • To comply with relevant safeguarding and health and safety guidelines, including ensuring compliance by other youth leaders and completing appropriate risk assessments. 
  • To meet monthly with other Youth and Children’s Workers in the Centenary Project network for learning and support. 
  • To work towards and set achievable objectives and record measured outcomes.            
  • To undertake such other duties as may reasonably be required commensurate             
  • with the responsibilities of the post.

 

Full details can be found here: https://www.sheffield.anglican.org/centenary-project-vacancies

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Location

Wath
Barnsley
United Kingdom

Salary
£18928.00
Compensation
Pro-Rata
Hours
Part Time
Deadline
Contact Telephone
Contact E-mail Address
info@centenaryproject.org.uk