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.

Female Support Caseworker for Adavu

To support adult victims/ survivors of modern day slavery when facing transition, primarily due to transition from the National Referral Mechanism associated (NRM) initial aftercare, but on occasion, offering support to beneficiaries who have not accessed NRM support but who can be identified as victims or potential victims of modern slavery.

To find out more download the job advert.

Closing date for applications: 5pm, Monday 27th May 2019

Caseworker for Tabor House

Tabor House is Birmingham’s permanent night shelter providing temporary overnight accommodation and holistic support for people living on the streets. The project uses a strength-based approach to work with guests to enable them to move towards meaningful independent living. They are looking to recruit a case worker to work with their guests to provide appropriate advice and guidance enabling them to move forward with their lives.

To find out more see the Father Hudsons website.

Closing date for applications: Friday 31st May 2019

Assistant Shop Manager for Birmingham City Mission

Birmingham City Mission is looking to recruit an Assistant Shop Manager to help run their charity shop in Kingstanding.  They will have experience in retail merchandising, stock rotation and the management of staff and volunteers.

To find out more see the BCM website.

Closing date for applications: Friday 31st May 2019

Parish Administrator for The Church of the Ascension, Hall Green

The Church of the Ascension is a friendly, busy church that seeks to serve a diverse local community. You will be the public face of the church, ensuring the efficient management of day to day administrative tasks. You should be open and sympathetic to the Christian faith. Administrative experience, organisational skills, attention to detail, listening skills, good interpersonal and written communication skills are essential for this role. You should also be self-motivated with the ability to work on your own initiative and manage your time.

To find out more download the job description and person specification.

Closing date for applications: Saturday 8th June 2019

Youth Worker for Birmingham City Mission

BCM is looking for a Youth Worker to join their expanding Youth Team in reaching the young people of Britain’s second city with the gospel. This full-time position will be in partnership with a local church in the Birmingham area (with a 50/50 split between BCM and the church). The successful candidate will be involved in schools work, city centre events, residentials, youth projects and church ministry.

To find out more see the BCM website.

Closing date for applications: Friday 31st May 2019

Coordinator for Black Country Near Neighbours

Near Neighbours brings people together from diverse backgrounds and faiths, building co-operation, to change places and communities for the better. Established in 2014, they are looking for a new coordinator for the Black Country to further develop this work. You will be a natural networker, familiar with faith motivated community development projects, and have a passionate commitment to promote positive attitudes to religious and ethnic diversity.

For further details of the post visit see the Near Neighbours website.

Closing date for applications: 10am, Monday 10th June 2019

Executive Administrative Assistant for Graham Tour UK

The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association exists to support and extend the evangelistic calling and ministries of Billy Graham and Franklin Graham by proclaiming the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ to all by every effective means available and by equipping the church and others to do the same.

The Executive Administrative Assistant works with the City Tour Director (CTD) in support of the Graham Tour.  This position serves to assist in building and maintaining relationships with pastors, denominational leaders, and para-church organizations.

To find out more download the job advert.

Closing date for applications: Saturday 15th June 2019

Tour Associate (Church Relations) for Graham Tour UK

For brief overview see description above. To find out more download the job advert.

Closing date for applications: Saturday 15th June 2019

Tour Associate (City Training Coordinator) for Graham Tour UK

For brief overview see description above. To find out more download the job advert.

Closing date for applications: Saturday 15th June 2019

Clerk to the Board of Trustees for The Feast

The Feast is an award-winning, pioneering Christian youth charity that works with young people of different faiths to help them make friends, talk about faith and be peacemakers in the world.  The charity started in Birmingham in 2009 and now works in Birmingham, Bradford, Luton and East London. It has also inspired work in Lebanon, Sudan, Switzerland, Egypt, Australia and the USA. They are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified person to provide administration support to the Board of Trustees.

To find out more download the job advert.

Closing date for applications: 9am, Monday 17th June 2019

Community Co-ordinator for Friends and Neighbours

To ensure that the results of outreach work with groups of local residents is turned into marketable toolkits and workshops, which residents, partners and local organisations can use to improve their lives & build community resilience.

To find out more download the job advert.

Closing date for applications: 12 noon, Wednesday 26th June 2019

Community Outreach Worker for Friends and Neighbours

To create a programme of outreach work, which draws in local residents and enables them to articulate issues and concerns they would like to address through a series of workshops, designed to result in usable tools and approaches to problem solving, which improve their lives and build community resilience.

To find out more download the job advert.

Closing date for applications: 12 noon, Wednesday 26th June 2019

Intern Year at CPAS

Graduating in 2019? Committed to seeing the gospel shared in our country? Spend a year as an intern with one of the UK’s leading evangelical mission agencies. CPAS are seeking three motivated and committed Christian graduates who would like to spend a year contributing to and learning through the work of CPAS in the UK. The role would involve research, analysis, media creation, administration, marketing, website support – and a wide variety of tasks that will give a great insight into how one of the leading Christian organisations on leadership development supports the mission of the Church.

Interested? Visit www.cpas.org.uk/jobs or download the job pack, and contact Graham Archer, Director of Ministry, for a discussion or more details: 0300 123 0780 (ext 4377), garcher@cpas.org.uk.

Closing date for applications: Applications will remain open until all three posts are filled

 

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers for Kairos Coffee, Shirley, Solihull

Kairos Coffee, celebrating its 5th anniversary, is part of the mission of Shirley Baptist Church in its local community, and is currently seeking additional volunteers. The role of the volunteer is to assist the Manager/Assistant Manager in the running of the coffee shop in accordance with its purpose, vision and values. To do this, volunteers will embrace the ethos of the Church and Kairos Coffee, in particular its desire to demonstrate Christian love to the community. Training and support is provided to help fulfil the tasks required. Details about Kairos are available from the website – www.kairoscoffee.co.uk.

For further information about volunteering please contact the manager at kairos.manager@outlook.com or phone 0121 745 4419 and download the following files:

Placed: 15th May 2019

Volunteer Secretarial / Administration support for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Chaplaincy Team

The Chaplaincy team is looking for someone to support their work, involving some light and basic office duties: word processing, mailings, ordering materials etc.  The hours would be very flexible and the work could grow with the individual.  You should have some computer / word processing experience and enjoy working as a part of a motivated team.  You would have the opportunity and knowledge you are supporting essential care of patients, families and staff. 1-2 sessions per week.

The team is vibrant, ecumenical and multi faith, providing religious, spiritual and pastoral care to the children, their families and the staff of the Hospital, and are on-site weekdays, 8am-4pm.  Volunteers have their own support and training structure and are integrated into the life of the team and work.

For more information or an informal discussion please contact the Senior Chaplain, Rev Paul Nash at p.nash@nhs.net or on 0121 333 8526.

Placed: 9th May 2019

Volunteer Opportunity with Salvation Army’s CONNECT Programme (Modern Slavery)

The CONNECT programme is the Salvation Army‘s Modern Slavery Survivor Support Service. CONNECT provides community based support through hubs which provide survivors of human trafficking and/or modern slavery with a link to their local community and signposting to the range of available support they may need. The volunteer role will come alongside survivors of modern slavery who have transitioned out of crisis and support them as they move forward and establish life in Birmingham or Coventry.

To find out more download the job advert and role description.

Placed: 26th April 2019

Trustee for Sawiyan

Do you have an interest in developing local projects with adults to support community cohesion? Then Sawiyan may just be the charity to be involved in! Based in Sparkbrook, South East Birmingham, they are a growing charity transforming communities through projects like their English Language Programme, skills developmental workshops, creative expression sessions and visits to local places of historical interest.

To find out more download the advert.

Placed 10th April 2019

Chair of the Trustees for The Springfield Project

The Springfield Project is an award winning Christian charity in Sparkhill, Birmingham that has operated for over 30 years showing God’s love in the local community through practical service and action for families in one of the poorest areas in the UK.

Download the advert to find out more.

Closing date for applications: Monday 3rd June 2019

eBay sellers for Birmingham City Mission

Last year Keith Webb raised over £26,500 for the Mission through ebay sales. He needs people to give him a hand!  If you can help, or if you’d like more information about the role, contact Derek Duke on 0121 766 6603.

BCM need volunteers to help:

  • identify donated items at the BCM Charity Shop and Resource Centre suitable for sale
  • manage their sale on ebay
  • pack and parcel them up
  • organise payment through PayPal

To find out more about volunteer vacancies with BCM see their website.

Placed March 2019