Job opp for 18-23yr old

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18-23? Studying, taking a gap year or have some spare time? Do you want to work in a local church whilst
developing your skills, experience & CV?
WE ARE HIRING! APPLY NOW!
Intergenerational Worker,
Stokesley Methodist Circuit
Interested?

We are looking for:
a young person who values family and community life; recognises that society can exclude the elderly;
wants to build a future where all are valued and included.

What is the role about?
This role will help all churches in the circuit to identify those who are lonely and isolated and to find ways of bringing people of all ages together; to become an extended family for all who want to be part.

What's in it for you?
The chance to explore their vocation in working with the disadvantaged and isolated, particularly in a rural setting; the chance to build up a genuine and caring community for people of all ages; the opportunity to build bridges across generations; to enable the local church to be the extended family that can be missing in many people's lives.
Train with a group of 10 others doing similar roles across the country

Visit: www.methodist.org.uk/oppjobs
Email: katherineatha@ymail.com
Facebook: @stokesleymethodistcircuit

Salary: £6825 per annum
Hours: 15hrs per week
Fixed Term: 1 Sept 2018 — 31 Aug 2019
DBS Clearance Required
Occupational Requirement: 18-23

Visit: www.methodist.org.uk/oppjobs for an application pack
Closing date: 12noon 3 August 2018
Interview date: 15 August 2018

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