Mission Resource Assistant Adviser (0.8)

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Exeter
Permanent
£27,000 pro rata
1 Applications

The Mission Resources Assistant Adviser (MRAA) will work alongside the Mission Resources Adviser (MRA) to provide presentations and workshops that encourage generosity as a call to discipleship and support the MRA in project managing the Parish Giving Scheme across the Diocese. It is a 0.8 FTE post working 29 hours per week.

The role of the MRAA involves a considerable amount of travelling across the beautiful county of Devon and meeting many people from a variety of backgrounds. It is the perfect job for anyone who has strong theological knowledge and a desire to invigorate fellow Christians with a message of giving as part of an overall faith journey.

The responsibilities of the role are many and varied and include:

Helping to communicate a vision of each individual Christian being part of the bigger diocesan family.

Developing resources and training that is engaging and inspiring to Christians in many different roles and supporting the MRA in planning and delivering workshops and events, including speaking at church services.

Administration of the Parish Giving Scheme.

Providing support and advice to parishes regarding grant funding opportunities.

The Diocese of Exeter matches almost exactly the boundaries of the county of Devon, including Torbay and Plymouth. We are a family of Christians, worshipping God in many different settings and groups. We are led by the Bishop of Exeter, and governed by Diocesan Synod which is made up of representatives from across the Diocese.

The central office is the Old Deanery, Exeter, where a small team work in areas such as safeguarding, property and finance to support the mission of our parishes.

To arrange an informal discussion about this role please email brigit.kiyaga@exeter.anglican.org or 07889564103

Closing date for applications is Thursday, 21 March 2019

Shortlisting will be held on Tuesday 26 March 2019

Interviews will be held in Exeter on Thursday 4 April 2019

If you would like to find out more about the Diocese of Exeter please visit our website: http://exeter.anglican.org/

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