CAP Debt Centre Manager Wanted

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Wharfedale & Aireborough Methodist Circuit in partnership with Christians Against Poverty is looking to appoint a
CAP Debt Centre Manager

£8,985 p.a. for 16 hours per week

Do you want to play a leading role in a new service for people facing crippling household debts in the Wharfedale & Aireborough area?

The Methodist Circuit has entered into partnership with the national charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP) and is looking for an enthusiastic Christian to manage this service.

The manager needs to be a good organiser and passionate about helping people in need.
Full training and support provided.

Work from home or church office; laptop & mobile phone provided; own car required, mileage costs reimbursed.

As a partnership appointment, following the Circuit interviews, the successful candidate will be recommended to CAP for follow-up interview and appointment.

The post is subject to obtaining a satisfactory DBS check (Disclosure and Barring Service)
There is a Genuine Occupational Requirement that the successful applicant will be a practising Christian.
The Circuit expects this to be a paid appointment but anyone wishing to fulfil the role as a volunteer (paid expenses only) can apply at the same time as other applicants.

For further details and/or an application pack, please contact Rev Roger Smith at roger.smith@methodist.org.uk or on 01943 874735.

Closing date: 31st December 2018 Interviews: 7th January 2019 Start date: March 2019

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