Vacancies

Below are copies/links of vacancies for volunteering and job opportunities sent by email to BCT for wider advertisement. BCT does not take responsibility for the content or accuracy of information.

Under 18s Ministry Facilitator for St Christopher’s Springfield

St Christopher’s is a lively, evangelical Anglican church ministering to a diverse multi-faith parish on the edge of inner-city Birmingham. They are looking for someone to facilitate and enable teams of adults to work with the established groups of children and young people in their church. Although some delivery will be required, the emphasis is on empowering, recruiting and training adult leaders. This role would suit someone with administrative, organisational and leadership skills, with a heart for children and young people.

To find out more download the job advert.

Closing date for applications: 11pm, Sunday 22nd September 2019

CEO for Student Christian Movement (SCM)

SCM is a student led movement committed to creating community, deepening faith, seeking justice and celebrating diversity. They are looking for a dynamic and motivated person to lead their organisation, and who can provide strategic leadership, raise their profile, and oversee fundraising to support the growth of the movement. Together with the Operations Manager, the CEO will support and develop a talented staff team.

To find out more download the application form.

Closing date for applications: 12 noon, Friday 27th September 2019

Anti Slavery Envoy for Medaille Trust

To plan and deliver engaging and accurate presentations in parishes and other settings responding to the future plans by the Community Engagement Coordinator. To seek new opportunities for talks and presentations, using local knowledge and networking ability to secure additional bookings.

To find out more and to apply, download the job description, job pack and application form.

Closing date for applications: Applications will stay open until vacancies are filled

 

Volunteer Opportunities

Trustees for NewStarts Social Enterprise

Do you have a passion for eradicating poverty and overcoming the challenges of homelessness? NewStarts is a Christian social enterprise project, based in Bromsgrove in North Worcestershire with a satellite site in New Frankley, Birmingham, which is looking for new Trustees who are passionate about Social Justice and wanting to make a difference.

To find out more download the advert.

Posted: 16th September 2019

Volunteer Befrienders for Restore

Restore, a project of Birmingham Churches Together, are looking for volunteers to befriend refugees and asylum seekers who are new to the UK. Three training sessions will be run on 7th, 14th and 21st October and are all compulsory for new befrienders.

To find out more see our event listing.

Posted: 16th September 2019

Volunteer ESOL Teacher for The Open Door Friendship Centre

The Open Door Friendship Centre is a community-focused centre that seeks to show Jesus’ love, bring peace, and meet the needs of the surrounding community. They are looking for a qualified ESOL teacher to teach free beginner or intermediate level classes to women from a wide variety of language backgrounds.

They are located at 388 Green Lane, Small Heath and are a project of Azadi Trust. To find out more and to volunteer, visit the website: www.azaditrust.org or email azaditrust.odfc@gmail.com.

Posted: 12th September 2019

Volunteer Mentors for Salvation Army “Connect” Modern Slavery Survivor Support Programme

To come alongside survivors of modern slavery who are establishing life in Birmingham.

To find out more download the role description and programme description, or email Melpo Economou at melpo.economou@salvationarmy.org.uk.

There will be an introduction/ information session on Tuesday 17th September 2-5pm. Please email Melpo to confirm your attendance – emails between 9th and 13th September will be replied to on Monday 16th September.

Posted: 9th September 2019

Volunteer Chaplains for the German Christmas Market

be.friend  are looking for Chaplaincy volunteers for the Frankfurt Christmas Market in Birmingham, for the six-week period from 7th November, who would be able to give a couple of hours a week. Polish, Romanian and German speakers would be very welcome! Training on 15th October 2019, 12-3pm.

To find out more see the event on our site.

Posted: 6th September 2019

Volunteer Listeners for Rapha Listening Service

Are you a good listener? Are you retired or otherwise have a few hours spare hours a week? If so yo could offer community support as a volunteer listener for the Rapha Listening Service?

To find out more and to volunteer, contact Kelly on kelly@bethelnetwork.org.uk or at 0121 389 0267. You can also visit their website: www.bethelnetwork.org.uk.

Placed: 9th August 2019

Volunteer Admin Support for The World Prayer Centre (3 roles)

The World Prayer Centre is expanding and establishing a House of Prayer for Birmingham. They need committed volunteers for a day or more a week to help the Centre grow ‘at this important time for prayer’.

  • Account Support – someone familiar with Quick books online software
  • Events support – to assist in preparing prayer events and conferences
  • Data input – to help maintain WPC’s database

WPC have ‘a dynamic daily prayer and praise time’ you are welcome to attend. Their offices are in the centre of Birmingham – two minutes from New Street Station.

For an initial phone conversation about any of the roles listed please call 0121 633 7393.

Placed: 9th August 2019

Social Media Volunteer for Lozells Methodist Church

To be responsible for the promotion, development and maintenance of the church’s online presence in order to maximise its impact and promote the activities of the church and community centre as widely as possible to the local community.

To find out more download the role description.

Placed: 9th August 2019

Volunteer Workplace Chaplains for CIGB

CIGB are looking for new volunteer workplace chaplains to join their existing team of 60 across many different workplaces in Birmingham, including in Retail, Construction and the Fire Service. Chaplains come from a diverse variety of churches.

CIGB will be running a 7 session introduction and training course from Monday 23rd September. To find out more see the event page.

Posted: 22nd July 2019