8 Jan 2021, 12:58 p.m.
SCHOOL OF MISSION: MISSION TRAINER
£30,257 up to £32,802
Subject to experience and current skill level
(plus 15% pension contribution)
The Mission Trainer will be responsible for developing, delivering and overseeing training for mission action planning, the Bishop’s Commission for Mission, Curates (IME 2), Continuing Ministerial Development and the diocesan Rule of Life, coordinating with School of Mission staff and an expanding group of volunteer associates.
This is a full time role - 35 hours a week
In order to meet the requirements of the role the post holder will need to work flexible hours, particularly Saturdays and evenings.
A DBS check at the appropriate level is required for this role
Application closing date: Noon 8 February 2021
Interview date: 24 February 2021
CVs will not be accepted.
17 Dec 2020, 11:37 a.m.
Generous Giving Promoter
Home Working and Winchester Office (TBC)
Full time salary £28,756 p.a.
(plus 15% pension contribution on top of salary)
We are seeking to recruit a Generous Giving Promoter to work within the Stewardship Team at the Diocese of Winchester. The Generous Giving Promoter will support the development of giving initiatives, communication plans, resources, and content to encourage our network of 257 parishes across the diocese to engage with Christian Giving.
Funding for this post has been secured as part of a national Church of England Giving Strategy.
The successful candidate will have strong digital communications skills, the ability to work independently on creative and administrative tasks efficiently and effectively.
Given the nature and context of the work, the successful candidate will have an understanding of and empathy for the work of the Church of England as well as the mission, ministry and priorities of the Diocese.
• 5 days per week with 25 days holiday per annum
• Own transport essential due to the operational requirement for travelling
Application closing date: 1.00 pm on 25 Jan 2021
Interview date: 5th Feb 2021
14 Feb 2020, 10:18 a.m.
Due to the retirement of our current Headteacher at the end of this academic year, we are looking for someone to join our school community and ensure our school continues to flourish. Our children have told us that they want a Headteacher who has a “heart full of love” for them and for the school. Could that be you?
Highfield Church of England Primary, the oldest Primary School in Southampton (founded in 1846), is a popular, split-site, Voluntary Aided school situated in a leafy suburb close to the University of Southampton. http://highfieldceprimaryschool.co.uk/
We have close links with the local church, sited adjacent to our Infant department, and our Christian values of Love, Serve and Trust underpin all we do. Highfield is a school that takes risks and is innovative in its approach to education. Our children enjoy their school and love learning.
Children at Highfield school thrive and achieve great results in an environment of creativity and challenge, where they are treated as individuals and feel secure.
We are looking for an inspirational and committed individual who will build on the existing strong foundations within our Christian ethos.
If you would like to see us in action and find out what makes Highfield different to other schools, please look at our information pack and call us to arrange a visit.
Closing date 24 February, 5pm, with interviews scheduled for 11 and 12 March.