Category Archives: Vacancies

Vacancy: Part Time Chaplaincy Team Leader Birmingham Airport

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

More information: contact    (07746 299676)

Vacancy – Deputy Senior Waterways Chaplain

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.


Vacancy: Lead Chaplain Bluewater Shopping Centre, Kent

Lead Chaplain, Bluewater Kent

Closing Date: 13 January 2017

Full Time Post for Ordained or Lay Christian

Bluewater is one of the largest retail complexes in the UK, with a footfall of 28m people over 20 hectares space.

The Chaplaincy Service provides support to the retail and facilities staff in the context of their daily life and work, through a team of volunteer chaplains and a Lead Chaplain.

More information available here, or by contacting Kent Workplace Mission:


Vacancy: Anglican Workplace Chaplain Nottingham

Anglican Workplace Chaplain in Nottingham (full time)

More info:

Opportunity  for an Anglican priest to lead a well-established chaplaincy to a number of significant companies and organisations in and around the city.

  • To offer pastoral support to employees by regular workplace visits.
  • To develop further the workplace chaplaincy across businesses in the city centre and Nottingham South Deanery.
  • To raise awareness of the chaplaincy in the wider Nottingham South Deanery, with the intention of inspiring new people and churches to become involved.
  • To lead, support and grow the team of voluntary lay and ordained chaplains.

Energy, imagination, compassion and a commitment to inclusiveness are required. We want you to hold a series of different relationships, inspire others, build trust, develop new initiatives, communicate well, and work collaboratively and ecumenically.

Closing Date: 18 December

More info: