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Chesham Methodist Church are looking for a Community Worker to work with their Church2Community project for 16 hours per week. For an application pack please email Lu Gigg on amcircuitmethodist@gmail.com. The deadline for applications is 19 April. Interviews will be held on 30 April.

Here are further details:

The salary is £10.40 per hour (FTE £20,280)
Length of contract: 3 year fixed term but it is hoped that it may be extended subject to finance
Start date: to be agreed
A Community Worker is needed for the C2C Project at Chesham Methodist Church, to reach out to the community with the love of Jesus Christ by facilitating a range of projects to meet the physical, mental, social and spiritual needs of local people. The role includes facilitating activities to support older people and others, including those living with dementia. Candidates should have experience of organising activities and/or events and of working with older people. A requirement for the candidate to be a practising Christian is an Occupational Requirement for this role in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.

Chesham's minister is Revd Nigel Wright, a former Boys' Brigade and youth club member here at AMC. To see the Chesham Methodist Church website, click here.

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