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EXODUS ARE HIRING – Operations Manager 10 Month Full Time Post

The Role

Exodus serves thousands of young people and leaders each year through teams, mentoring, training, events & residentials. We rely on excellent admin and logistics to empower our staff and volunteers to serve well.

We are now seeking to appoint an Operations Manager (maternity cover for 10 months with possible extension).

This person should share the vision of Exodus for young people, have the leadership to coordinate a team, the attention to detail to oversee complex tasks and the humility to serve.

The overarching responsibilities are

  • Managing Systems – Oversight of operational processes such as application systems and logistics for teams.

  • Leading People – Management of the interns and volunteers who help with the operations team.

  • Serving Others – Completing the basic and ongoing administrative tasks that release the wider team into their roles and assist Exodus partners and supporters as they work alongside us.

The role is designed as full time but we will consider applicants willing to work part-time for at least 30 hours per week – this should be indicated with the application.

Download the job description at the top right-hand side of the page to read more about the role.

The Application Process

Those wishing to apply should DOWNLOAD, COMPLETE AND RETURN the application form to Jose Cummings jose@exodusonline.org.uk:

  • Application Deadline: 5pm on Tuesday 10th March 2020

  • Interview:  19th March (A 2nd interview may then follow)

  • Start Date: 4th May or at earliest convenience

download Exodus Application Form (PDF)    download Exodus Operations Manager (Maternity Cover) (PDF)

The successful candidate will be required to undertake an AccessNI Enhanced Check, including a check of the ISA Barred Lists. For more information see www.exodusonline.org.uk/access-ni/

Children & Families Pastor – St Catherine’s Dublin

Are you passionate about working with and discipling children aged 0-12 yrs?

We are looking for a new Children & Families Pastor to join our staff team. To apply for the role please send a CV and completed Application form to minister@saintcatherines.ie or by post, to Minister in charge, Saint Catherine’s Church, Thomas Street, Dublin 8, by the 7th of February 2020.

You can download both a Job Description and Application Form at www.saintcatherines.ie/children

Rev Eoghan Heaslip / Minister in Charge
Saint Catherine’s Church, Thomas Street, Dublin 8
Tel. +353 (0)1 4735100 / +353 (89) 6008366
Email. minister@saintcatherines.ie
Web. www.saintcatherines.ieRegistered Charity No. CHY 7249

DIOCESAN YOUTH & CHILDRENS OFFICER (part-time)/ SCHOOL CHAPLAIN (part-time)

CHURCH OF IRELAND WILSON’S HOSPITAL SCHOOL

Multyfarnham, Co Westmeath

      Website:  www.whs.ie

and

DIOCESES OF MEATH AND KILDARE

Maynooth, Co Kildare

Website:  www.meath.anglican.org

Invite applications, to be submitted on or before 5 pm on Friday, 31st January 2020, for the joint posts of 

SCHOOL CHAPLAIN (part-time)

and

DIOCESAN YOUTH & CHILDRENS OFFICER

(part-time)

Application Form and Job Specifications are available,

by e-mail only, from the Bishop of Meath and Kildare at

bishop@whs.ie

Short Listing May Apply                    Canvassing will disqualify

 The Dioceses of Meath and Kildare and Wilson’s Hospital School are Equal Opportunities Employers

YOUTH LEADER WANTED – ST PATRICK’S, GREYSTONES, CO WICKLOW

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 20 hours a week.

If interested, please email info@stpatricksgreystones.ie, or contact the rector directly davidsmungavin@gmail.com

YOUTH LINK ARE RECRUITING

  • Training & Development Officer [Youth Work / Ministry & CRED] part-time permanent post (24 hrs/week) [£25,295-£33,799 pro rata]

EO Monitoring – Training & Development Officer

Application Form – Training & Development Officer

Application Pack – Training & Development Officer

 

  • Research & Curriculum Development Officer full-time post, fixed-term contract to 31 March 2022 [£25,295-£33,799]

EO Monitoring Form – Research & Curriculum Development Officer

Application Form – Research & Curriculum Development Officer

Application Pack – Research & Curriculum Development Officer

  • Administrative Officer permanent post, part-time or full-time hours considered [£18,795-£21,166 pro rata]

EO Monitoring – Administrative Officer

Application Form – Administrative Officer

Application Pack – Administrative Officer

  • Temporary Administrative Officer full-time temporary post, maternity cover [£18,795-£21,166]

EO Monitoring – Administrative Officer – Maternity Cover

Application Form – Administrative Officer – Maternity Cover

Application Pack – Administrative Officer – Maternity Cover

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