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Equipping the Christian Community in the St Neots area to serve our local schools.

JOB VACANCY

Schools' Christian Worker
We are looking for A committed Christian* with appropriate training
and/or relevant experience who will be able to:
— Encourage and assist Christian teaching in our local schools.
— Liaise with churches, Christian groups and individuals in order to maintain and develop contacts with local schools.
— Encourage, support and work with existing and potential volunteers approved by ACTIOS Trustees.

WE CAN OFFER:
— 16 hours per week, averaged out over a month to meet workload requirements.
— Circa 17k — 20k pro rata per annum depending on experience and training.
— 1 year renewable contract (subject to a satisfactory probationary period.)
— Job to commence on or after September 2021.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED AND HAVE THE SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE WE SEEK:
Please contact us for further details:
ACTIOS Office
c/o A1 Lifestyle Accounts Ltd,
A1 Lifestyle Village,
Great North Road,
Little Paxton,
St Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 6EN
Tel: 01480 395546
e-mail: david@davidbrownandco.co.uk

* This role has an occupational requirement to be filled by a committed Christian. Equality Act 2010, Part 1, Schedule 9 applies.

In Association with Churches Together in St Neots In Association with Scripture Union

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