Street Presence Leader
Working Pattern: 37.5 hours per week, can be worked flexibly – may include weekend and evening work.
Create a city known for Christians who care!
Vennture are currently seeking funding to support a role for a dynamic and motivated individual to lead all aspects of our Street Presence programmes. At this point in time, we are seeking expressions of interest in this opportunity with a view to applications being invited for the position around October/November 2019.
The Street Presence programme currently includes Hereford Street Pastors in the night-time economy, Daytime Ambassadors and our Safe Space, known as Lean on Me.
This position is an opportunity for a capable candidate to create a tangible legacy of care and invest in making a Christian difference. You will be inspired by bold ambition and have a ‘can-care’ attitude. You will be a down to earth person of faith and a vital resource to the city linking the church, in its broadest sense, with the city centre.
You will recruit, lead and manage teams of volunteers – ensuring the team’s capacity and flexibility to sustain an impactful presence. You will possess strong presentation skills, experience of growing networks and managing volunteers effectively. You may have worked in an outward facing Christian setting or be able to demonstrate bringing Christian leadership to a secular context with an ability to inspire others and command the confidence of people at all levels.
Vennture is committed to working with and serving people of all faiths and none. In this instance, the post holder will be an ambassador of Vennture and be required to promote the Christian ethos of the charity, speak at churches, connect with church leaders and be required to lead prayer.
A full job description is available to download on our website.
If this new post excites and inspires you and you want to know more, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
This role carries a Christian Occupational Requirement pursuant to Sch 9(1) and (3) Equality Act 2010.