District Children, Families & Young People Development Worker

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District Children, Families & Young People Development Worker

Darlington District

15 Hours per week, 3-year post, Salary: £9,600 per annum

Closing date for applications: 1 October 2020 (to begin work 1 January 2021)

Are you a person who has experience in developing work among children, families, and youth? Do you understand the issues faced by these groups? Are you able to focus on a broader set of activities supporting the development of children, families, and young people ministries across the district? Can you enable workers with children, families, and young people feel valued and supported?
The Darlington District stretches from the northern part of North Yorkshire to the middle of County Durham, bounded to the east by the North Sea and reaching into the Pennines in the west. The Darlington District seeks to develop its mission strategy in the light of the Connexional reaffirmation of Our Calling. In particular, the district is committed to a 10-year focus entitled, 'Every church growing'.
The successful candidate must be able to work flexibly as the hours will include some evening and weekend work to attend meetings and regular activities.

There is a genuine occupational requirement for the post holder to be a Christian. The post will be offered subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.
Interview date: 15 October 2020

Further details and application forms are available from District Administrator Kiera Prior dmd13office@gmail.com

If you wish to speak to in person about the role, please contact Helle Sewell darlingtondistrict.enabler@gmail.com

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