Christchurch Three Mills is a fresh expression of church in the Stratford area of East London with a heart to love widely, live deeply and gather community
We are looking for an Operations Manager to help us move and grow into the next phase of our life as a church. This is a 20 hours/week position (0.53 FTE) with flexible working and a chance to shape and lead our still very new and growing church family. This is an incredibly exciting time for our church community as we emerge as a church pioneered over lockdown with a longing to build deeper roots in our local community so more people can see how loved they are by God.
The purpose of this role is to aid the Lead Minister in determining and enacting strategy and vision for the direction of the church, managing operations within the church’s life, helping us develop sustainable models of fundraising and overseeing administrative tasks. Alongside operations and leadership experience we are looking for someone with a passion for church rooted in its local community with a desire to see the colours of heaven bursting out of every street corner. You would need to be willing to work flexibly, within a small team and open to trying new things and finding a sense of order amidst the chaos of community life!
Would you prayerfully consider whether this could be you? Why not check out the job pack and application form, and get in touch with our lead minister; Rev Dan Scott, with any questions you may have; email@example.com
Application Deadline: 5pm, Monday 26th July 2021
Start Date: 6th September 2021 (can be negotiable if need be)
Salary & Benefits: £27 000 – £33 000 pro rata depending on experience, contribution to a pension scheme, 30 days holiday pro rata
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