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hireful, Remote
£22,262.23 - £25,695.27
Posted 2 weeks ago
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Self Injury Support, Bristol (On-site)
18,797
Seeking a dedicated group support co-ordinator to lead further development, delivery, and integration of our group support programme.
Posted 1 week ago
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Remote
£22,262.23 - £25,695.27
Full-time
Contract
Job description

Shades Project Worker 

Location: Remote working in primary to secondary schools and parishes within Bolton Deanery 

Contract Type: 5-year fixed term / Full time until 31st December 2028 

Salary: £22,262.23 - £25,695.27 (Actual) (£26,000 - £30,000 per annum (FTE)) 

Hours: Term Time only + 6 days - 35 hours per week 

Benefits: Generous annual leave entitlement, Competitive employer pension contribution 

A project has been established that is currently working with 33 schools and 33 churches in developing discipleship pathways for children and young people in Bolton. One key aspect of this project is the ‘Shades Project’, which focuses on racial justice and faith, supporting schools and churches in developing a culture for all children and young people, regardless of racial background, to thrive and flourish. In response to the exciting growth of the Shades Project, they are looking to appoint a Shades Project Worker to support the growing opportunities for Christian discipleship and to embed the Shades ethos in primary and secondary schools and parishes in Bolton deanery. 

The Shades Project Worker will work with the Shades team in primary and secondary schools, delivering Shades Collective Worship and Shades ‘Faith and Identity’ workshops. They will also lead Shades Ambassadors groups for those children and young people who are passionate about growing in their understanding of racial justice, the Christian faith, and becoming courageous advocates. The Shades Project Worker will also work with Bolton parishes and mission communities to promote the Christian message of God’s love for all of his children, encouraging children, young people, and adults to celebrate their God-given identities and to grow spiritually. 

The Shades Project Worker will have many opportunities for training and development, as well as the creative freedom to develop initiatives for children and young people. They will work within a highly motivated and supportive team, who are committed to prayer and to welcoming children and young people into the life of the church. 

The post holder should have experience of volunteering with children or young people in a church and/or school context. They will have a good knowledge of anti-racism and racial justice and a strong passion for a combined focus on the Christian faith and racial justice, as well as experience working with diverse communities. 

To succeed, they need to be enthusiastic, relational, self-motivated, and able to lead in a range of different contexts. They will be creative and able to lead and support activities in schools and parishes. They will be excellent communicators, with good interpersonal skills, sensitivity, and an ability to communicate effectively with people from a wide range of cultural backgrounds. They will be able to build and maintain effective working partnerships and have a working understanding of safeguarding policies and procedures. 

Applications from candidates of global majority heritage are particularly welcomed, as they are under-represented within the organization at this level. 

There is an Occupational Requirement for the post-holder to be a practising Christian, in accordance with Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010. 

The post will be offered to the successful candidate subject to an enhanced DBS check with barred list check (child workforce), satisfactory references, and proof of eligibility to work in the UK. 

To apply, please click the APPLY button. Applications should be made via a laptop or desktop rather than a mobile device. Please refer to the job description and person specification for further information. 

Closing Date: 5pm, Wednesday 26th June 2024 

Interviews: Thursday 4th July 2024 at St John’s House, 155-163 The Rock, Bury, BL9 0ND 

You may also have experience in the following: Community Support Worker, Outreach Worker, Case Worker, Program Facilitator, Project Support Officer, Client Services Coordinator, Social Services Worker, Community Development Worker, Support Coordinator, Community Engagement Worker, Program Assistant. 

REF-214303 

Posted on: 27 May 2024
Closing date: 21 June 2024 at 12:58
Tags: Project Management