Thursday, August 25, 2011

Searching for Children's Ministry Co-ordinator


St. Barnabas Anglican Church
Part-time
Children’s Ministry Coordinator/Teacher
St. Barnabas Anglican Church, Deep River, is accepting applications for the position of Coordinator/Teacher for its Children’s Ministry (Sunday School Program). The person we seek will serve as the general administrative leader of the program as well as a teacher of our church’s Children’s Ministry.

Their responsibilities will include:
·      Coordinating the work of the Children’s Ministry.
·      Answering to the Rector, take part in planning, organizing,
       enlisting and equipping teachers.
·      Taking part in the regular Sunday teaching rotation.
 Qualifications:
·      The Children’s Ministry Coordinator/Teacher should be 
        baptized and it is preferred that she or he be confirmed in the Anglican Church.
·      She or he should have experience in Christian development 
       in the Anglican Tradition, particularly with children, ages 2
       to 12.
·      Ability to work well with other teachers and under the
       direction of the Rector.
·      They must agree to the screening policy:
a.     2 written reference checks
b.     signed declaration of understanding
c.     Police Records Check
Hours and Remuneration:
The Children’s Ministry Coordinator/Teacher is expected to attend to the program from 9:45 am to 11:30 am each Sunday morning from mid-September until mid-June.  Weekly preparation for each Sunday’s session is expected to be no more than one and one half hours for a total commitment of 3.25 hours a week. Remuneration will begin at $14.50 an hour
 
To apply for this position please send a one page résumé no later than September 6th, 2011 to:


The Rev. François Trottier, Rector
St. Barnabas Anglican Church
P.O. Box 442
Deep River, ON
K0J 1P0

We thank all applicants for their interest.   
However, only those applicants called to an interview will receive a response.   
All information collected will be held in strictest confidence.

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