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Job Vacancy – CAP

Church Action on Poverty (CAP) are currently recruiting!!

Your Local Pantry: Social Franchise Programme Officer
Remuneration: £26,822 – £30,785 pa (pro rata) plus 10% pension
21 hours per week, Salford – or negotiable

Are you passionate about reducing food poverty in a sustainable way? Do you have experience of social franchising or similar? This job is to roll out a national social franchise for Your Local Pantry, supporting Pantry development and expansion by providing training, advice and support to franchisees. You will have knowledge and experience of delivering or promoting a social franchise, and skills in training and project delivery; and you will be a self-starter with excellent networking and communication skills.

Closing date for applications 9 am on Thursday 19 October 2017
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No CVs please!
Niall Cooper

Director
Church Action on Poverty
28 Sandpiper Court, Waters Edge Business Park, Modwen Road, Salford M5 3EZ
T: 0161 872 9294
niallc@church-poverty.org.uk
www.church-poverty.org.uk

Job Vacancy – CAP

Church Action on Poverty (CAP) are currently recruiting!!

Churches Engagement and Supporter Marketing Officer – south of England
Remuneration: £26,822 – £33,437 pro rata – or freelance equivalent
14-hours per week, based in the south of England

Do you have a passion for social justice and making a difference to people in poverty? Do you have the supporter marketing skills to be able to help us recruit more supporters and donors through face-to-face engagement and building partnerships with local churches? We are seeking a talented individual with excellent marketing skills, who can build lasting relationships with individuals and churches, to significantly grow our fundraising income, in order to positively change more lives and communities. The post is available on either a freelance or employed basis.

Closing date for applications: noon on Monday 6 November 2017
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Application packs are available by following links to CAP website.

No CVs please!
Niall Cooper

Director
Church Action on Poverty
28 Sandpiper Court, Waters Edge Business Park, Modwen Road, Salford M5 3EZ
T: 0161 872 9294
niallc@church-poverty.org.uk
www.church-poverty.org.uk

Job Vacancy – CAP Salford, Manchester

Church Action on Poverty (CAP) are currently recruiting!!

Programme Manager
Remuneration: £31,601 – £36,379 pa pro rata plus 10% pension
21-hours per week, Salford
Do you want to help build a movement bringing together churches and people experiencing poverty across the UK, to challenge injustice, tackle inequality and bring about positive change on issues which affect them, locally and nationally? You will have at least five years’ experience of managing staff and work programmes, and be responsible for the smooth running of CAP’s operations; line managing a staff team to deliver high quality programmes and campaigns; and ensuring the efficient use of funding and resources.

Closing date for applications  9 am, Wednesday 18 October  2017
Click here for further information!

No CVs please!
Niall Cooper

Director
Church Action on Poverty
28 Sandpiper Court, Waters Edge Business Park, Modwen Road, Salford M5 3EZ
T: 0161 872 9294
niallc@church-poverty.org.uk
www.church-poverty.org.uk

St John the Baptist Church: Communion, Sanctuary and Citizens

St John the BaptistOn Day 2 we started with a Eucharist at St John the Baptist Church and were welcomed by Rev’d Canon Dr Sarah Rowland Jones and then heard from the founder of the Women Seeking Sanctuary Action Group, a Cameroonian refugee Constance Nzeneu, and then from Jonathan Cox about Cardiff Citizens.

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Richard Kirlew: ‘Mostly hills and sheep’

2014-10-07 18.57.29Mostly Hills and Sheep; a Rural View offered by Revd Richard Kirlew, National Lead Rural Life Adviser, Church in Wales.

Richard has a passion for rurality – and finds this means pushing boundaries and working outside the box, with farmers, farming unions, charities and very small rural communities, pub ministry.

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