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Below is a list of all of our current vacancies within our circuit. If you are thinking of applying for a job with us, please see each job page for documentation to make an application.
We are proud to be a Living Wage employer, meaning that all of our staff are paid a living wage.
We also advertise voluntary posts here for those members of our churches looking to make other contributions towards circuit life.
Circuit Steward - Voluntary
We are currently looking for a number of people to join our team of Circuit Stewards who work across the circuit, with the Superintendent Ministers, to oversee the running of the circuit. Think that could be you? Find out more information here.
Eadie Community House
Are you interested in living with a group of friendly, considerate, like-minded people? Age : 20 and 30 year olds
Vacancy for a District Manse Steward
District Manse Steward required to look after the District Chair’s manse in Moseley. If anyone is able to help with this please contact the Birmingham Methodist District Office.
Please reply firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vacancy - ADAVU Support Caseworker (Maternity Cover)
Adavu is a project of the Birmingham Methodist District (registered charity 1134167) which responds to modern slavery in the West Midlands. Our main area of work is offering long-term support and advocacy for adult survivors of modern slavery. We currently employ two support workers. See www.adavu.org.uk for further information.
We are seeking to recruit a Support Caseworker to provide maternity cover:
• To support adult victims/ survivors of modern day slavery when facing transition, primarily due to transition from the National Referral Mechanism associated (NRM) initial aftercare, but on occasion, offering support to beneficiaries who have not accessed NRM support but who can be identified as victims or potential victims of modern slavery.
• The Support Caseworker will have responsibility for delivering quality casework services based at Adavu’s offices at the Jericho Foundation, Balsall Heath, Birmingham, but accepting referrals from across the city and the region.
• The post holder will primarily be assisting people on an appointment basis in public places (such as a café) but will also be required to accompany clients to other appointments, or to meet clients in their homes or elsewhere as necessary.
• An element of the work will involve facilitating a regular client drop-in session which will be a Birmingham venue to be confirmed.
This is to be achieved within the wider context of the work of the Adavu Project.
Vacancy for a Methodist Chaplain to Warwick University
The Free Church Chaplaincy Group of the Methodist and United Reformed Churches is seeking to recruit a University of Warwick based Free Church Chaplain. The post is being advertised internally in the Birmingham Methodist District and West Midlands Synod of the United Reformed Church.