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Social Services Enabler (.5)

Social Services Enabler (.5)

Social Services Enabler (.5)
Are you someone with a heart to see lives, families and communities transformed in the name of Jesus? The Anglican Diocese of Nelson is seeking to appoint a Social Services Enabler. This is a half time position, reporting to the Bishop of Nelson.
This is primarily a visionary, facilitative role involving co-ordination and encouragement of those engaged at parish level in the provision of social services in their local communities. The role also entails raising awareness of major political, social and environmental challenges, and promotion of social action initiatives within a framework agreed with the Bishop. The position offers an opportunity to work in partnership with agencies, serve in a creative and supportive team and to see the church making a real difference in communities.
A copy of the job description and person specification can be found here
To apply, please send a formal letter of application, your CV and details of three referees, to the Bishop’s PA, Anita Jones-Stiles bishops.pa@nelsonanglican.nz
Applications close Tuesday, 8 December 2020

Bishop’s PA, Anita Jones-Stiles

bishops.paSPAMFILTER@nelsonanglican.nz

11/11/2020

08/12/2020

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