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Recruitment

We currently have the following job vacancies at New Community Church:
 
 

Afternoon Caretaker/Maintenance Person:

Salary: Dependent on experience and qualifications.
Hours: Afternoon and early evening hours (ideally 2.30-6.30pm daily).
Start date: As soon as possible.

We're looking for an afternoon caretaker to be based at Central Hall, our city-centre conferencing and events venue and the main site of our church. Central Hall is a hive of activity throughout the week, with an on-site café and counselling facilities, events and church offices, and also currently a primary school hosted in the building. 

This caretaker role will cover afternoon and early evening hours daily, and also sometimes include responsibility for locking up of the building later in the evening. Main duties will include undertaking maintenance/caretaking activities to ensure that Central Hall and the school are safe and maintained to an excellent standard throughout the week, and also completing room set-ups for various events and clients within the building. In addition, the successful candidate will oversee the work of the cleaning operative, so some cleaning will be required as part of the role.

We're looking for a reliable, hands-on person with strong DIY skills and the ability to work independently as well as part of a small team. This is a key role and the successful candidate will be a valuable and important part of the team. Where relevant, training will be provided; however, experience in a similar role will be advantageous.

You can download the full job description here.
You can download an application form here.

For further information, or to apply for this position with a completed application form, please email tim.roberts@newcommunity.org.uk.

New Community is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

 

10.30am Service (Sholing) Children and Families Worker:

Salary: Dependent on experience and qualifications.
Hours: Part-time (initially 1 day per week).
Start date: As soon as possible.

Our 10.30am service (Sholing) leaders 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 the existing children's programme and the volunteers, whilst seeking to develop connections within our local community – for example schools, pre-schools, community groups and local families.

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, whilst communicating the Christian faith in a way that is fun and full of life. Good verbal and written communication skills are essential, 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. This is a part time position of one day a week initially, starting as soon as possible, with 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.

Please email Jane Wiseman at sholing@newcommunity.org.uk for further information or for an application form.

New Community is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

 

We are also advertising the following job vacancies within our New Community Network:
 
  

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 our events team via bookings@newcommunity.org.uk for more information and/or an application pack.