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Current vacancies:

We currently have 3 vacancies (click on the link below to go to the respective role):

Lead Youth Development Worker (Linton)

Fundraiser: Partnerships & Events

Fundraiser: People & Communities

 

 

 LEAD YOUTH DEVELOPMENT WORKER

LINTON (Cambridgeshire)

working in partnership with the Beacon Youth Trust

If you are passionate about young people and motivated to lead an area youth work team developing provision in the community and church environments then this role is for you.  As Lead Youth Development Worker you will grow relationships with young people (age range 10-21), including vulnerable young people with complex family circumstances, supporting them to overcome challenges and live fulfilling lives.

The role is also about enabling young people to explore and deepen Christian faith with particular focus on equipping young people linked to partner churches in Linton.

2 year fixed term with probable extension

Full-time: 37.5 hrs p/w

Salary range: £24,313 - £26,317 

Closing date: 9am on Monday 13th May 2019

Interview date: Tuesday 21st May 2019

We are keen to receive applications straight away and may consider an earlier interview date.

Please read the job description and accompanying information for further information.

 

To apply, send a completed application form with covering letter and recruitment monitoring form to:

Diane Hicks, at Romsey Mill, Hemingford, Cambridge CB1 3BZ, or by email to: admin@romseymill.org

Any enquiries or if you would like to meet for an informal conversation, please contact Mike Farrington, Youth Development Team Coordinator, on: mike.farrington@romseymill.org or call 07789617522

  

 


 FUNDRAISER: PARTNERSHIPS & EVENTS

ROMSEY MILL CENTRE, CAMBRIDGE

We have an opportunity for a skilled and enthusiastic fundraiser to be part of a developing team and help us to raise unrestricted funds from various sources (including: fundraising events, team sponsored challenges and partnerships with local businesses and organisations); to fund our programmed work to transform young lives.

Permanent contract

Part time (from 22.5 hpw) or full time (37.5 hpw)

Salary Range: £22,462 - £25,801 (pro-rata)

Closing Date: 9am on Monday 13th May 2019

Interview dates: Wednesday 22nd May 2019 & Thursday 23rd May 2019

Please read the job description and accompanying information for further information.

 

To apply, send a completed application form with covering letter and recruitment monitoring form to:

 Diane Hicks, at Romsey Mill, Hemingford, Cambridge CB1 3BZ, or by email to: admin@romseymill.org

 For any enquiries or to arrange an informal conversation about the role, please contact Neil Thompson, Fundraising and Communications Manager, on: neil.thompson@romseymill.org or call: 01223 213162

 

 

 

 FUNDRAISER: PEOPLE & COMMUNITIES

ROMSEY MILL CENTRE, CAMBRIDGE

We have an opportunity for a skilled and enthusiastic fundraiser to be part of a developing team and help us to raise unrestricted funds from various sources (including: individuals and community organisations and churches); to fund our programmed work to transform young lives.

Permanent contract

Part time (from 22.5 hpw) or full time (37.5 hpw)

Salary Range: £22,462 - £25,801 (pro-rata)

Closing Date: 9am on Monday 13th May 2019

Interview dates: Wednesday 22nd May 2019 & Thursday 23rd May 2019

Please read the job description and accompanying information for further information.

 

To apply, send a completed application form with covering letter and recruitment monitoring form to: 

Diane Hicks, at Romsey Mill, Hemingford, Cambridge CB1 3BZ, or by email to: admin@romseymill.org

For any enquiries or to arrange an informal conversation about the role, please contact Neil Thompson, Fundraising and Communications Manager, on: neil.thompson@romseymill.org or call: 01223 213162

 

 

Romsey Mill is a Cambridge -based charitable organisation creating opportunities with young people, children and families to overcome disadvantage, promote inclusion and develop personal, social and spiritual wellbeing. Established in 1980 by local churches and working in partnership with a range of other organisations, Romsey Mill is a charity with a Christian ethos and vision to see all young people, children and families fully belong, positively contribute and thrive.

 

 

 

Romsey Mill supports equal opportunities employment and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

Registered Charity in England and Wales No: 1069905 - Company Limited by Guarantee No: 3556721