Youthworker vacancy for a potential youth ministry student

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South Cambs job opportunity for potential youth ministry student

Gain a qualification specialising in youth ministry while learning in your placement as a Catalyst Youthworker for the YOUTHINC project in rural South Cambridgeshire.

This senior wide-ranging role is a wonderful opportunity for someone with a passion for youth work who also wants to explore and further their knowledge through in-depth study and theological reflection.

This role can be combined with a course offered by Ridley Lay Ministry. The course offers the chance to study in six block weeks over the year, whilst still learning in your placement. If you are interested in finding out how this could work for you, please contact us.

The closing date for applications for the Catalyst Youthworker post is 1st June 2020. See below for full details.

Vacancy: Catalyst Youthworker (Youth Inc)

Cambridge & District YOUTH FOR CHRIST
Youth Inc (South Cambridgeshire Villages)

Would you like to be part of a visionary team looking to see a culture – changing number of young people following Jesus? Are you a self-starter with a passion for working with young people? Can you understand and respond to the challenges of working within a range of church traditions, with a clear focus on making disciples?

Cambridge & District Youth for Christ is looking to appoint a part-time Catalyst Worker (18.75 hours per week) to work with the YOUTHINC project to help develop youth ministry with rural churches in South Cambridgeshire.

This is a senior position requiring a range of skills: developing strategy with church leaders as well as delivering youth group sessions with young people. The successful applicant will enable young people to grow as disciples, volunteers to grow in their skills and confidence, and churches to grow in their vision and capacity to reach and serve young people.

The role is 18.75 hours per week, flexible, for a salary of up to £21,000 (depending on experience) based on 37.5 hours per week and could be offered as part of a placement in partnership with Ridley Hall.

For full details, email: or phone: 01223 778730.

There is an occupational requirement that the role holder is a committed Christian in accordance with Part 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010. This position is dependent on suitable references, and a DBS check will be required.

Closing date: 1st June 2020.

Interviews: week beginning 8th June 2020.

Starting date: July to September 2020 depending on the postholder's availability.

Position managed in partnership with Youth Inc. (Registered Charity No. 1176403)