Giving Ministry Adviser
30 hours per week*
£20,902-£22,002 per annum (£26,128-£27,503 per annum FTE)
As a result of a generous investment from the National Church, the Diocese of Newcastle is seeking to appoint a Giving Ministry Adviser to develop the work of our Generous Giving Team.
As part of an ambitious and enthusiastic team, you will work with clergy and other church ministers, as well as lay people in local churches and church councils. You will help them grow in their understanding of the theology of giving; from our financial giving, to our giving of time and skills, and our generosity in words and deeds.
By developing a portfolio of training and development programmes and facilitating group work, you will encourage, inspire and equip church leaders to enable others within their communities on the understanding and outworking of Christian giving.
You will have experience of Christian giving, either in a parish (or equivalent) environment or within a Christian charity. You will also be an effective communicator and facilitator with an ability to build relationships and work collaboratively.
This role benefits from support from the National Giving Team, in particular the National Giving Ministry Adviser.
This post will be based at Church House, St John’s Terrace, Percy Main, North Shields NE29 6HS but there is flexibility for some home working. The expectation is that the post holder will also be travelling within the Diocese to meet with parishes during the course of their working week.
A Genuine Occupational Requirement exists for the post holder to be a practising Christian.
For an informal discussion about this role, please contact: Joanne Christie, Generous Giving Team Leader on 07503 338 013 or email email@example.com
For further information including a job description and application pack, please visit our website http://www.newcastle.anglican.org/vacancies
Please submit your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 12 noon on 24th January 2022
Interview will take place either online or in person early to mid-February 2022
*Whilst this post is advertised as 30 hours per week, applications may be considered on the basis of working 22.5 hours per week. Please state in your covering email if this is your preference