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Community Link Co-ordinator - Job opportunity

Skipton & Grassington Methodist Circuit
Community Link Co-ordinator
Part Time, Fixed-Term (3 years) appointment
Based at Trinity Methodist Church,
Duckett Street, Skipton

Do you have a passion for sharing God’s love with people of all backgrounds?

Can you relate to and work well with a wide variety of people, including children, young people and families?

If so you may be ideal for this role in developing and sustaining the church’s ministry to the local community and to those already in the church.

Required from 1 September 2013 or earlier if possible

This post is for 16 hours per week which will include some evening meetings

Salary will initially be £6323 to be reviewed after 3 months

It is an occupational requirement for this post to be held by a practising Christian as the role involves furthering the church’s Mission Policy

The appointment is subject to a satisfactory DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check

Further details from the Superintendent Minister, Rev’d Richard Atkinson,

A job description, person specification, background information and application form can be obtained from Edwin Tate (Circuit Administrator):

Skipton and Grassington Circuit Office
St Andrew’s Church Hall
Newmarket Street
BD23 2JE

Closing Date: 31 May 2013


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