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Vacancy: Youth Worker – Walsall Community Church

PART TIME Youth Leader

20 hours a week for 2 years in the first instance £25,313 – £ £28,001 (pro rata)

To lead and develop youth work ministry within the church

We are looking for a gifted and talented person to lead and develop youth work ministry within the church, to see our young people come to know and love Christ and grow holistically. The post holder will develop relationships of pastoral care and leading youth involvement in wider church life.

Closing date for applications: 5th July 2021

Interview date: w/c 19th July 2021

For further information and an application pack, please contact Oliver Russell on 01922 629313 or email oliver@walsallcommunitychurch.org

An Enhanced DBS Disclosure will be required for the post-holder and the role is subject to a Genuine Occupational Requirement.

 

 



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