Your development as an intern.
You will be supported in developmental experiences and in building a skill set around the opportunities and responsibilities of the role – helping you to become a reflective practitioner. And we will work with you in tailoring the intern experience to help you progress in your life and career goals. You will work with Peter Dominey (church leader) and the wider Church from Scratch and Shared Space staff and volunteer teams.
More about the intern opportunity.
There is a rolling start date, so we can work with the successful applicant to tailor an appropriate opportunity.
Whilst we don’t have the money to pay you, we can provide free accommodation and food. A successful applicant may wish to take on part-time work or fund-raise from their sending church and friends to support their personal costs.
The roll is for 30-40 hours a week and will include some weekend and evening working. We are used to fitting in with a wide range of people including ministerial college students and can adapt to that.
Final confirmation of appointment will be subject to satisfactory references and DBS check.
Who we are.
We are radically inclusive of marginalised groups and constantly seek new opportunities to reach out to those who both society, and at times the wider church, have neglected. We have a rich history of initiating innovative projects and communities within and beyond the Baptist world.
If the Immerse Programme might be for you…
If this possibility has excited , and you have any questions about the role or would like to make a preliminary visit, please get in touch.
Application is by sending a 1-2 page cover letter setting out your suitability for the role selected and also a CV of no more than 2 pages to Peter Dominey at [email protected]
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to come for interview or this can be by Skype if you live abroad.
We look forward to hearing from you!