St Clement's is hiring!

We are looking for a Christian Youth Worker with vision and energy to grow our outreach to young people and their families locally, and our provision for our Church’s young people and their families.

St Clement’s is a growing Church of England Evangelical Church, just to the east of Oxford City Centre. We want to recruit a confident and inspirational Christian leader, who is able to reach out to the young people of east Oxford, both in church and beyond, and who will be a strong team player within our church family as a whole, someone who is committed to seeing young people reach their full potential.

If you are up for the vision, and are flexible, creative, and committed to seeing young people and their families growing in faith and mission, and enjoying their integral and vital part in the church’s family, this is the role for you.

There is a genuine occupational requirement that the post holder is a practising Christian in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.
The post is subject to Church of England Safer Recruitment and People Management Guidance; and to acceptable pre-employment checks including satisfactory outcome of the appropriate enhanced DBS criminal records check with barring for child workforce; and to evidence of entitlement to work in the UK.

St Clement's Church is committed to the safeguarding, care, and nurture of the children and people of all ages in our church community and to following the Church of England’s Safer Recruitment and People Management Guidance.
You can view our Safeguarding and other relevant Policies

You can read the Youth Worker Job Description here
To apply, please fill out our Youth Worker Application Form here and submit this, together with your Confidential Declaration Form

Salary: £12,000-£14,000 annually for 20 hours per week (£24,000-£28,000 full time equivalent) depending on experience and qualifications, with opportunity to join employer pension scheme.

Closing date: Sunday 12 June 2022

Interview date: Saturday and Sunday 9 and 10 July 2022

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