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Church Mission Project Manager

Do you have a heart for mission and a head for project management? Do you want to utilise your marketing skills to get the UK church energised for local and global mission?

CMS is seeking a Church Mission Project Manager, who will help churches across the UK understand how our 200+ years of cross-cultural mission experience can help them put their mission call into action. You’ll work closely with the Director of Church and Community Mission to raise awareness of CMS and present opportunities for engagement at festivals and other regional and national events. You’ll identify good partnership opportunities and help drive CMS mission campaigns. Additionally you’ll be involved in the development of pioneering mission hubs.

This is a full time role (35 hours per week) with a starting salary of £36,045 per annum plus a generous pension scheme contribution. The role will be based at CMS House, Oxford.

It is essential that the successful candidate be educated to degree level or equivalent, with at least two years’ experience of successfully leading multiple projects from start to completion. The ideal candidate will have proven experience of coordinating and managing events, and will be highly relational and a self-starter. 

It is also a requirement for this post holder to be a committed and practising Christian enthusiastic about to Church Mission Society's values and aims. The post may be subject to safeguarding checks.

Further details can be found in the job description and person specification which you can download below. 

Closing date for receipt of completed applications:

Midnight on Sunday 8 October

Interviews will be held on Monday 16 October 2017 at CMS house in Oxford.

To apply

Please send a CV and covering letter to jobs@churchmissionsociety.org detailing why you are suitable for the role. Please refer to the person specification in writing this letter. Please note that CVs with no covering letter will not be accepted.

Candidates for all UK roles must already be eligible to work in the UK, with a valid visa and work permit if required.

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