TEAM LEADER RETAIL CHAPLAINCY
The Canary Wharf Multifaith Chaplaincy is seeking applications for a new and exciting post as Team Leader of the Retail Chaplaincy team.
We are looking for someone to join this unique Multifaith Chaplaincy team working on the Canary Wharf Estate, who will recruit, train and manage a team of volunteers to provide friendly support and care, through regular visiting.
There are five retail malls on the Canary Wharf Estate, with over 300 shops, cafes and restaurants making it the fourth largest shopping destination within the M25 after Brent Cross.
The post is for 3 days a week. The successful candidate must have a minimum of three years’ chaplaincy experience, and be self-motivated. The salary is £39,200 pro rata.
Job Description and Information here.
Further information please contact: Jane Tappenden, Office Manager Canary Wharf Multifaith Chaplaincy, firstname.lastname@example.org, 020 7418 2444.
If you would like to discuss the post with the Lead Chaplain, please let Jane know and she will organise a time for this.
Closing date: Friday 16th March 2018
Reflective Weekend for Christians in Secular Ministry Feb 23-25
CHRISM – CHRistians In Secular Ministry – are organising a weekend of peace and reflection at Holland House, near Evesham. For Members and Non-members of CHRISM.
Tent-pitching God : Tent-dwelling people
Exploring Exodus and John’s Gospel
led by Revd. Dr. Rosalind Selby,
URC Minister and Principal of the Northern College, Manchester.
Booking Information available here
Workplace Chaplaincy Mission UK will be holding its 2018 National Conference 25-26 June.
A chance for workplace chaplains to refresh themselves as members of God’s team of ‘change-makers’ in the Economy.
Coming together to learn to how to use Chaplaincy as a Refreshment itself for workers going through change.
In a Brexit UK, work is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. Workplace Chaplains can help!
Workplace Chaplaincy Mission UK are calling an Annual General Meeting on Monday 19 March at 11:30 at CIGB, 1 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2BJ
The meeting agenda includes the report and accounts for 2017, and vote on a new constitution. The new constitution is available here.
The existing constitution (from 2006) is available here
Institute of Pastoral Supervision and Reflective Practice is offering a 4 module training course for a Certificate in Pastoral Supervision in 2018. Fees and information available here.
CIGB Workplace Chaplaincy Birmingham Solihull are recruiting for a Part-Time Team Leader for the existing Birmingham Airport Chaplaincy Team.
We are looking for a Team Leader with Chaplaincy experience, in good standing with a church community, to help people from diverse backgrounds to flourish within the working context of an airport, and to lead a team of volunteer Chaplains.
To work 14 hrs/wk flexibly, with on-call availability; £9,800 plus Pension Contribution
Closing Date for applications: 26 October 2017
Information about the role, Job Description and Application form are available at www.cigb.org.uk/vacancies
More information: contact email@example.com (07746 299676)
Waterways Chaplaincy are looking for a Part -Time Deputy Senior Waterways Chaplain for the North of England. 20 hrs/wk at £35k pro rata.
Waterways Chaplains are catalysts in the waterways communities,
bringing about short and long term personal transformation – emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Our new Autumn addition of WorkPlace People, our Workplace Chaplains give inspiring stories about their calling to the Chaplaincy role, such as:
“… to help people know that they matter to God”
“.. it give me life.. the Kingdom of God is all around us and waiting to be discovered”
“Chaplaincy can bridge gaps that appear insurmountable”
What do you think of chaplaincy?
Workplace Chaplaincy Derbyshire have started a new chaplaincy service to Sports Direct HQ and Distribution centre in Shirebrook.
Revd Karen Bradley, a new Church of England Vicar, wanted to find a way to serve those who worked at Sports Direct. Some thought the church should protest against the employer. Others wanted a different way of engaging.
Ecumenical colleagues decided to try to set up a space for Sports Direct staff to speak and be heard, and managers at Sports Direct welcomed the proposal. The chaplaincy hopes to grow with more volunteers and time.
The chaplains provide a listening and support service, and also provide opportunities for prayer and reflection. Following the London terrorist attacks they set up a prayer tree, to which the staff attached ribbons on which they had written prayers.