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Part-time Children and Families Worker (Fixed Term contract for 3 years, 21 hours per week)

Location: St Andrew's Church in Walthamstow

St Andrew's Church in Walthamstow is seeking a dynamic and resourceful part-time Children and Families Worker to develop our children's ministry.

St Andrew's is a diverse and inclusive ecumenical church (Anglican and Baptist) in Higham Hill, a community with increasing numbers of children and families due to expanding housing developments within the parish boundaries.

Our numbers of children, young people and their families are growing and we want to meet their changing and evolving needs.

We are seeking to appoint a part-time Christian children and families worker to develop our children's ministry both within and outside St Andrew's Church.

An Occupational Requriement exists for the post-holder to be a Practising Christian in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.

This post also involves working within the Deanery to support children's ministry across the wider Waltham Forest Deanery for approximately 3 hours a month.

The contract will be on a fixed term for three years.

The contract is for 21 hours per week and hours can be flexible but need to include Thursday afternoons (Messy Church group) and 3 hours on 3 Sundays each month.

A confidential declaration and an enhanced DBS Disclosure will be required for the successful applicant.

Further information and application form can be found on our website at or telephone Rev’d Stella on 020 5532 2120

Please note, St Andrew's Church will be the employer for this vacancy.

Closing Date: 1st March 2020 at 5.00pm

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