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Apprentice Youth Worker / Outdoor Development Worker (funded by RANK foundation)

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(St John’s Parish Church, Moira – Church of Ireland)

Apprentice Youth Worker / Outdoor Development Worker (funded by RANK foundation)

LOGIC is a Christian based drop in centre in Moira for age 12-18 year olds and we are seeking to employ a full-time Apprentice Youth Worker/Outdoor Development Worker to help run our programme and assist with the delivery of an outdoor pursuits enterprise.

Salary – £13,500 per annum. Please note that this is a fixed term contract to 31stDecember 2019.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, hard-working, positive individual who is self-motivated and enjoys the outdoors and are able to work using their own initiative to assist in the delivery of a new social enterprise project. The successful candidate will use their own experiences to help support young people in developing their social and life skills. They must also be willing to learn and to develop their own professional skill set.

For an application pack – email tracey@logiccafe.org

OR send A4 SAE to:

Tracey McKinley, 51 Main Street, Moira, BT67 0LQ

Closing date for applications: 12pm on Friday 23rdNovember 2018.

YOUTH LEADER WANTED

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YOUTH LEADER WANTED

St. Patrick’s is an outward-looking church, with a passion for combining tradition with worship that is relevant and challenging. We are a member of the Church of Ireland but welcome other denominations and backgrounds.

St. Patrick’s youth group meets fortnightly on a Saturday night. Currently, the ministry is aimed at creating a social space for young people in and outside the church, but in the future we would like to develop it in a more faith-based direction. On alternate weeks, we combine our youth ministry with ‘Young Life’, a Christian outreach ministry led by members of several local churches, which revolves around music, games, and a short talk on Christian faith. We also hold regular youth services in conjunction with other local churches.

Our vision is for a youth ministry that both effectively reaches those outside the church, and also brings young people who have grown up in the church into an ongoing relationship with Christ and the church. We want to pass on to the next generation the challenge and adventure of following the Christian way in today’s world.

Person spec:

We are looking for a motivated individual with a mature, passionate Christian faith, a vision for youth ministry, and experience of volunteering or working within a church youth group. We are clear that youth ministry is not ‘babysitting’ but is part of the discipleship of the wider church. The ideal candidate would be able to communicate their faith naturally to young people, would connect well with a range of age-groups, and would facilitate us in developing a long-term mission strategy for our parish youth ministry. The new youth leader would need to work well with parents and volunteers, in order to create an environment where young people feel welcomed, cared for and nurtured in their faith.

Practicalities:

This role is on a part-time basis of 10 hours a week, with a starting salary of €16 an hour.

If interested, please email stpatricksparish@eircom.net, or contact the rector directly davidsmungavin@gmail.com

NYCI is recruiting a SkillsSummary in Youth Settings Project Coordinator

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Interested in the use of tech for good? Want to be involved in an innovative project that helps young people highlight their skills for potential employers? SkillsSummary is an exciting new IT solution developed with Accenture and funded by DCYA. It supports young people, some of whom may find traditional academic learning challenging, by helping them to map the learning acquired through their participation in youth work and other non-formal settings to a set of competences. NYCI and SpunOut are looking for a motivated self-starter to drive the roll out of SkillsSummary among young people, youth organisations, youth employability projects, and other organisations.  If you have proven project coordination skills, and can be a strong advocate for the project and for the importance of SkillsSummary within the youth sector, statutory and voluntary organisations, agencies and employers, we’d like to hear from you. Join us if you are passionate about making an impact on young people’s lives while working in a positive and stimulating team environment.

This is a Part time Post.  3 days per week or the equivalent in hours.

A full job description and application form is available from the NYCI by contacting Lisa Hyland at lisa@nyci.ie or by telephone at: 01-4784122

Salary Scale: €41531 per year pro-rata

Please Email Application Form and cover letter to: lisa@nyci.ie or by post to
Lisa Hyland,
Administration Manager,
National Youth Council of Ireland,
3 Montague St.
Dublin 2

Closing date for applications is Tuesday 30th of October 2018 at 12 noon. Please note that we cannot accept any late applications.

The National Youth Council of Ireland is an equal opportunities employer.

This position is funded by DCYA.

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YOUTH & CHILDREN’S WORKER – Magheracross Parish & Ballinamallard Methodist Churches

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  • Passionate to see young people entering God’s kingdom?
  • Committed to see them grow as His disciples?
  • Hungry to enthuse, motivate & nurture young people?  Willing to support and encourage our Volunteer Youth & Children’s Leaders?
  • Ready to co-ordinate and organiseYouth & Children’s Events?
  • Walking and living a dynamic Christian life?

If this is YOU then we want to hear from you!

 

Magheracross Parish & Ballinamallard Methodist Churchesseek to appoint a Youth & Children’s Workeron a full-time 3-year contract.  We are looking for someone to join our staff team who is passionate about growing children and young people’s relationship with Christ, to encourage people to volunteer and grow our volunteer base.  Further information and an application form is available by e-mailing Archdeacon Brian Harper on magehracross@gmail.com or Rev John Beacom on john.beacom@irishmethodist.orgclosing date for Friday 21st December 2018.

Children’s and Families’ Worker

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The Parish of Glenavy is looking for a Children’s and Families Worker to build on the strategic work of our previous staff member over an 8 year period.

This is a great opportunity to move on from your experience as an assistant leader to taking the lead yourself and shaping our ministry to children, under the supervision of the vicar.

Starting at 25hrs. p.w.on a 3yr contract,the hours may be increased after a 6 mths. review.  You need an OCN2 or equivalent qualification in youth or children’s work, and 2 years experience in ministry to children.

 Our pay-scale follows the JNC Youth & Community Support Worker scale, (from a base of £16,430 p.a. (pro rata), to reflect your experience.

 You must be willing to work within the ethos of the Church of Ireland, and your work will entail irregular hours, some at weekends. 

We regret we cannot provide  accommodation, so a car is essential.

 For a job description and application form, contact the vicar at

jec.rutter@gmail.com. Confidentiality will be observed.  

Applications by  31.10.18

Apprentice Youth Worker / Outdoor Development Worker (funded by RANK foundation)

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(St John’s Parish Church, Moira – Church of Ireland)

Apprentice Youth Worker / Outdoor Development Worker (funded by RANK foundation)

LOGIC is a Christian based drop in centre in Moira for age 12-18 year olds and we are seeking to employ a full-time Apprentice Youth Worker/Outdoor Development Worker to help run our programme and help design and deliver an outdoor pursuits enterprise.

Salary – £15,500 per annum. Please note that this is a fixed term contract to 30th November 2019.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, hard-working, positive individual who is self-motivated and able to work using their own initiative to start a new social enterprise project. The successful candidate will use their own experiences to help support young people in developing their social and life skills. They must also be willing to learn and to develop their own professional skill set.

For an application pack – email: tracey@logiccafe.org

OR send A4 SAE to:

Tracey McKinley, 51 Main Street, Moira, BT67 0LQ

Closing date for applications: 12pm on Friday 19thOctober 2018.

 

YOUTH SUPPORT WORKER

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An exciting opportunity to join our Youth Work team at Seagoe Youth Group, Portadown.

Our extended provision allocation has enabled us to very successfully expand our youth work into the local community and schools.

The new Worker in Charge (under the direction of our Leader in Charge) will have the opportunity to direct the staff team in its outreach.

Thanks to a substantial grant we are in the process of designing a new purpose built youth complex in Killicomaine.

The post is for 24hours, however there may be the possibility for the successful candidate to work some additional hours within Seagoe Parish.

YOUTH AND CHILDREN’S WORKER

Currently accepting applications for Circuit Youth and Children’s Worker

Knock Methodist Circuit is looking for a full-time Youth and Children’s Worker.  The circuit is composed of 3 congregations (Braniel Church, Dundonald Methodist, Knock Methodist) within a few miles of each other in East Belfast.

The purpose of this role is to:

  • Support young people to grow socially, emotionally, and spiritually
  • Work with and develop a team of volunteers to work with youth and children’s ministry
  • Nurture young people as disciples of Jesus, helping them to find their place within the life of the church, their community and world by their participation and the use of their gifts and talents.
  • Develop opportunities for children and young people to learn about, explore, share and live out their faith.

If you may be interested in applying for this role, there is further information below, including a job description, person specification, and an application form.  If you have any questions, please contact Rev. Britt Gilmore:
e-mail –  britt.gilmore@irishmethodist.org
phone –  028 9065 3413

The deadline for applications is Monday, 22nd October at 2pm.

Circuit Youth and Children’s Worker – Job Description

Circuit Youth and Children’s Worker – Person specification

Application Form – Circuit Youth and Children’s worker

Families, Youth and Children’s Associate (full-time permanent)

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 PASTORING | DEEPENING | SHAPING | REACHING | PARTNERING 

Families, Youth and Children’s Associate 

(full-time permanent) 

The United Parish of St John’s, Ballyclare and Christ Church, Ballynure, County Antrim, are seeking to appoint a passionate and experienced leader with a proven record in ministering to young families, youth and children. This is an exciting and strategically important opportunity to be part of an expanding team ministry, within a growing church family whose people are seeking to see many in our community develop a relationship with Jesus Christ. 

This is an attractive full-time, permanent position, offering a salary of £24,000 – £27,000 per annum, negotiable based on experience, plus a modern 4-bedroom detached house within the Ballyclare area, or £5,000 per annum housing allowance should the successful candidate already live within the area. 

For more details and an application pack, please contact David Brown, Parish Administrator on 028 9335 4814 (Office hours Monday – Friday 9am – 1pm) or david@theunitedparish.org.uk. Closing date for applications is 12 noon on Monday 29th October 2018. Further information on the United Parish can be found at our website www.theunitedparish.org.uk or via our Facebook page. 

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Charity Registration Number : NIC103558