We currently have the following job vacancies at New Community:


CCTS Service Manager:

Salary: £28k-£30k pro rata depending on experience, along with bonus opportunities.
Hours: Part-time (15 hours per week).
Start date: Potential start date is the beginning of October 2017.

We are currently recruiting for a service manger for CCTS (Central Counselling and Training Service). The CCTS Service Manager will be responsible for both the counselling and training elements of the service. Alongside maintaining the efficient day-to-day running of the organisation, focus will be given to generate a detailed business plan and lead in its delivery. The overall objectives will be to increase sales and profitability for both the counselling and training services, along with maintaining the quality and profile of the organisation.

The successful candidate will be self motivated and able to work both independently and as part of a team. Previous managerial experience is essential, along with proven skills in either business management, sales and marketing or project management and administration. Whilst essential to be able to move the service forward, the candidate also needs to be sympathetic to, and be able to work in a caring, therapeutic service alongside a Christian team. Valuing the ethos of CCTS and its practice model is therefore essential.

You can download the full job description and person specification here.

To apply: Please email your CV and a covering letter outlining why you have the necessary skills and experience for the position, to our HR Manager, Elaine Davidson, at
Closing date for applications: 14th August 2017.
Interviews: Week commencing 4th September 2017.

For more information: Please email our HR Manager, Elaine Davidson, at


New Community Sholing Children and Families Worker:

Salary: Dependent on experience and qualifications.
Hours: Part-time (1 day per week initially. A 2-day post may be possible).
Start date: 2017.

Our New Communty Sholing congregation are looking for a part-time children and families worker to join their team. This new role has been created in order to assist with the running of our congregation's existing children's programme, and to develop further connections with families, schools, pre-schools and community groups within the local community.

We're passionate about seeing children and young people meet with God and are looking for someone who can bring creativity, passion and organisation to the role.  The successful candidate will have a strong understanding of the key stages in children’s development. We aspire to lay a strong, age-appropriate Biblical foundation for our children, while communicating the Christian faith in a way that is fun and full of life. Good verbal and written communication skills are essential, along with the ability to communicate effectively with both adults and children in a variety of environments.

The successful candidate will need to be a part of New Community Sholing, and the post will have a probation period of three months. Appointment is subject to satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS Child Workforce check.

You can download the full job description here.

For more information and to apply: Please email Jane Wiseman at

New Community is an Equal Opportunities Employer. 


Event Stewards and Technicians:

We have a number of great community events held at Central Hall and we need a few more stewards to help them run as smoothly as possible. Some events run during the day, others in the evenings and others on Saturdays, so if you're available at one or all of those times and would like a little extra income and to be involved in the community in a different way, then we would love to hear from you. We're looking for friendly, approachable and responsible people to help with set-up, welcoming guests, fielding enquiries, ensuring that the event is run as safely as possible, and clean-up afterwards.

We'd also love to hear from you if you are trained in sound and/or lighting production as we need technicians to cover a few of the events throughout the year and additional technicians for some of the larger events.

Please contact Fen Walker at for more information and/or an application pack.


We are also advertising the following external opportunities: 

Volunteers for Hope School:

Hope Community School are looking for volunteers to help in a variety of ways at the school during term-time, from September 2017. Could you offer an hour, half a day, or even a full day once a week or month, to help out? You can find out more about the types of roles they are looking to fill, on our Volunteers for Hope School page.