Keyboard 2020 Networker
Churches Together in Greater Bristol / Together4Bristol
A new, exciting and interesting opportunity to play a part in reframing relationships between black and white led churches in Bristol.
Salary: £7,800 (£15 per hour) plus a small additional payment towards pension contributions.
Working Hours: 10 hours per week, in consultation with line manager
Contract: Fixed one year contract. 6-month probation. Reviewable after one year, with expectation of extension for three years.
Closing date for applications: Friday, 15 February
Start date: Between March and May 2019
Benefits: 25 days pro rata basis (7.2 days)
Keyboard was created to build unity between black and white led churches, challenge racial injustice and to inspire greater levels of united working as we seek the transformation of society for God. Building on the original vision, the leadership of Keyboard 2020 (K2020) has set out a series of aspirations to work towards over the next three years. The new Networker will serve those aspirations by fostering and equipping relationships across the black and white churches.
Role: To identify and work with leaders of those Black led churches who wish to engage with K2020 to encourage and promote the formation of networks and prayer which will foster greater collaboration and unity. Also to work closely with Churches Together in Greater Bristol / Together4Bristol (CTGB / T4B) to build strong relationships and foster a change of culture across the Christian community.
The successful candidate will demonstrate: Good communication skills; proven experience in engaging with diverse communities; good understanding of the complexities that exist across the black church community.
This role requires the successful applicant to be fully supportive of the Christian objectives and ethos of CTGB / T4B and K2020, as well as a member of the Black Church community and a practising Christian.
To apply contact: Alan Paginton Email: alan_paginton a_t sky d_o_t com