We are pioneering a new way of being and doing church within the vision and strategy of the ‘Transforming Wigan Movement’ to engage 10% of Wigan in the journey of discipleship with Jesus by 2022.
The PCC wishes to appoint a Hub Engagement Manager onto the leadership team with the specific role of leading us out in planting, nurturing and growing new initiatives, community connections and worship communities.
The Hub Engagement Manager will pioneer a new missional approach establishing St Marks as a resource hub with the intention to be outward going rather than inward looking. 60% of this role will focus on community engagement and 40% on specific management of the #TheHub base. The three key responsibilities of this role are:
- Engaging with community projects. Developing a network of relationships with other organisations and agencies to explore opportunities for partnership, and overseeing the implementation of new projects.
- Building a Hub Team. Recruiting, equipping, leading and supervising the disciples who will form #TheHub mission-ministry team.
- Managing #TheHub facilities. Overseeing the use of the facilities, managing necessary policies and relevant legislation and ensuring that the mission-ministry is run to best practice in order to serve and bless people to the highest standard possible.
This post is part-time (30 hpw) and grant funded for three years in partnership with Transforming Wigan and Together Liverpool.
The Job Description and Person Specification is available below to download.
If you are interested in applying for this vacancy please send a completed Application Form to Rev’d Will Gibbons, 65 Plane Avenue, Wigan, WN5 9PT. If you would like to discuss the role informally please contact Will on 01942 211194.
Applications by 31st December 2015. Interviews to be held 8th January 2016.
The Employment Equality (Religion and Belief) Regulation, section 7.2 applies to this post. This post will be subject to appropriate Disclosure and Barring Service checks.
Post Update – Applications are now closed.