St. Luke’s Prestonville is looking for a creative, dynamic Christian to come and help us with our mission here in Brighton. Our ideal candidate will be an energetic self-starter and a good team player with vision and initiative who is also a good communicator.
This is a salaried position and the work pattern will be flexible, for 20 hours per week with some evening and weekend working. Activities currently established include a well-attended parent and toddler group, a mid-week club for children aged 7-11, and Sunday School activities for all ages up to 14. There is regular contact with the local primary and independent schools.
St. Luke’s is an informal and contemporary Anglican church just north of Brighton station near Seven Dials and Preston Circus. We are part of the Inclusive Church Network and welcome applicants with a culturally diverse background.
We have a passion for putting God’s word into action through the things that we do and there’s a lot happening here every week in addition to the Sunday services. Most of all we aim to live out what we believe and are enthusiastic about living lives that demonstrate the love of God.
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It is a genuine occupational requirement that the post holder is Christian Deadline for applications is midday 31st March and interviews will be held during April.
The post will begin in May or June of 2019 and is expected to last for three years.
St. Luke’s Prestonville, 64 Old Shoreham Road, Brighton, BN1 5DD www.stlukesonline.co.uk 01273 557772
We are looking to employ a Families worker Part time and term time only 18 hours per week (plus 5 days in school holidays) Salary of £12 per hour
An exciting opportunity for somebody to deepen and expand worship, educational and social activities for the children and young people of St Peter’s and the local community
A full job description can be found on our website https://www.stpeterswestblatchington.org.uk/jobs/ Please email a covering letter and your CV to Father Daniel Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Or post to:
Father Daniel Smith The Rectory 23 Windmill Close Hove BN3 7LJ
Closing date: 30th April, 2019
Interviews: May 2019
Enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post.
It is a genuine occupational requirement that the post holder is Christian.
Headteacher – Newick CE Primary School
Salary range: L13 – L19
Starting Date: September 2019
Number on roll: 220
The Governing Board are seeking to appoint a new Headteacher, after our Headteacher of eleven years moved on to head up a school significantly larger than ours.
Newick Primary School is a single form entry village school, with an EYFS class and one class per year group. Based in the heart of rural East Sussex we overlook woodland, and are privileged therefore to also have a Forest School.
In 2011 we were rated outstanding by Ofsted, and in 2017 we were rated outstanding in our SIAMS inspection.
Our new Head will understand the challenges that those ratings bring and will be committed to maintaining excellence across the School in the years ahead.
Our new Head will also be committed to maintaining our distinctiveness and effectiveness as a Voluntary Controlled Church of England School.
Newick Primary School is also a Teaching School. The new Head should have the commitment to expand the capacity of the Teaching School in order that its requirements to recruit teachers, undertake school to school support and provide CPD opportunities in line with DfE expectations are fulfilled.
To apply, please email the Leadership Recruitment Team (email@example.com) at East Sussex County Council to request our recruitment pack.
Prospective candidates wishing to visit our school should book an appointment by contacting the school office on 01825 723377 or by emailing our School Business Manager, Denise Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also visit our school website: https://newickschool.org.
The closing date for applications is 12 noon, Monday 18th March 2019. Interviews will take place on Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 4th April 2019.
Newick C.E. Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.
THE SCHEDULE: JOB DESCRIPTION (non-contractual)
SALARY: Between £2000-£4000 depending on experience and whether all the responsibilities are taken on in the job description.
The Parochial Church Council of St George’s has set out the areas it would like an organist and choir leader to tackle, but would not want to discourage a good candidate, who was unable to fulfil them all. There is a willingness to tailor the appointment to the right candidate and to scale the payment appropriately for this. If the appointed candidate, for good reason, is subsequently unable to fulfil any contracted duties and the PCC remains supportive of the continuation of the employment, then the PCC will again scale the payment in relation to duties actually being performed.
- To play the organ, at the 11am Sunday service, in Crowhurst. The important Sundays in the church calendar include Mothering Sunday, Palm Sunday, Easter Day, the Patronal Festival (normally the closest Sunday to the 23rd April), Whitsunday or Pentecost, Trinity Sunday , All Saints’ Sunday and Remembrance Sunday.
- To play the organ at other major occasions which fall on a weekday, which at Crowhurst include Good Friday, Christmas Eve Christmas Day and All Hallows’ Eve.
- To play at the Crowhurst School service on Wednesdays in term time between 9am-9:30am
- To work to recruit, with the support of Rector, wardens and Parochial Church Council, a new robed choir to sing at the regular church services including festivals and special occasions; the latter to be agreed with the Rector.*
- The appointed candidate will cherish the musical heritage of the Church of England, but be willing to be innovative when appropriate. The New English Hymnal is normally in use, but we have more contemporary hymns on the first Sunday of the month.
- To engage with the local school(s) with a view to encouraging staff and pupils to join the church choir. Crowhurst Village School is agreeable to a junior choir rehearsing as an after school club and would be delighted to work constructively with the appointed candidate.
- In undertaking 6 to offer musical assistance to the school such as taking a weekly hymn practice.
- To train the church choir and to arrange and conduct suitable weekly practices.
- In undertaking 7 above individual tuition may be required. Please be aware of the latest Church of England Guidance on appropriate behaviour.
- To be responsible for the supervision of the care and maintenance of any musical instruments, music or other accessories required by the choir.
- When requested to do so by the Rector, to attend meetings of the PCC and its sub-committees. This has not been a regular expectation in the past.
- To liaise with the Rector on the progress of the choir and any proposed activities other than normal church and festival services eg competitions.
- Evidence of a DBS search will be required.
To play at the Crowhurst School service on Wednesdays in term time between 9am-9:30am
*Until the start of 2019 the church had a small choir, which was down to two members, which was why the sad decision was taken to disband it. It is suggested that the previous members, who were highly committed, should be approached to see if they would be willing to join a new choir. There is good reason to believe that others would join a choir.
Applicants are encouraged to give the Rector, the Rev’d Dr Michael Brydon, a telephone call (01424 892988) or to email him on email@example.com for an informal chat.
Candidates are invited to apply formally by producing a letter stating their previous experiences and why they would like to apply for the job as outlined above. We reiterate that we will tailor the appointment to the right candidate, so an inability to fulfil all of the above, or to provide previous evidence of having done so is not a barrier to an application. Please email applications to the rector at firstname.lastname@example.org or post them to The Rectory, Church Lane, Catsfield, East Sussex. TN33 9DR. All applications need to have been received by the 22nd March. We will respond to all applications and let you know whether we wish to call you for an interview.
YMCA DOWNSLINK GROUP
Chaplain (West Sussex) Based in Horsham/Crawley or Worthing, with regular travel across West Sussex 30 hours per week £24,720 per annum (pro rata-ed)
We are looking for someone to join us as a chaplain working across West Sussex. This is an exciting opportunity to expand and develop chaplaincy support services in our housing projects -alongside our paid staff teams- providing young people with informal support and, where appropriate, spiritual input. The chaplain will manage and support a team of volunteer chaplains to deliver chaplaincies and will also provide some support for our staff in recognition of the challenging work that they are doing. In addition the role will also focus on developing positive relationships with local Christian & faith communities, that enable those communities to support and participate with the work of the YMCA.
The post holder will be also be responsible for coordinating prayer support and other forms of Christian devotion where appropriate. The role will work closely with the Head of Operations for West Sussex and the Lead Chaplain, and for one day a week the postholder will support chaplaincy work across the whole of YMCA DownsLink group.
As part of a genuine occupational requirement the post holder will be required to demonstrate an active Christian faith. We are however not an evangelising organisation and our mission is inclusive; the chaplain will work as part of a staff team that have a wide range of personal beliefs.
Some formal theological training or background would be advantageous, but not essential, key for the organisation is to find a person with the right personal characteristics that fit with our culture.
YMCA DownsLink Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.
Successful applicants are required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
Closing date for applications: 25th March at 9am
Interviews date: 1st April
Please download an application pack from YMCA DownsLink Group, www.ymcadlg.org/vacancies/, or email email@example.com or contact the Human Resources Department at 47 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2BE, tel. 01273 222595.