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Vacancy - Diocesan Youth Project Officer (part time) & Midlands Youth Development Co-ordinator with Youth for Christ Ireland (part time)

MEATH AND KILDARE
DIOCESAN YOUTH PROJECT OFFICER (PART TIME)

AND

MIDLANDS YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CO-ORDINATOR
with YOUTH FOR CHRIST IRELAND (PART TIME)

 

YOUTH PROJECT OFFICER - MEATH AND KILDARE

KEY AIMS

  1. To develop youth ministry in parishes and in parish schools where projects may be initiated and encouraged.
  2. To work with pre and post Confirmation groups. To help to develop volunteer teams.
  3. To provide or aid access to events that will nurture faith in young people

The successful candidate should be able to communicate effectively, work on a team, liaise with clergy, and encourage volunteering and leadership.


This post is a full time post with two responsibilities, the other of which is to work on a project in partnership with Youth for Christ.


We are looking for someone who loves to work with young people, loves God, and feels called to youth ministry. They must be in sympathy with the ethos of the Church of Ireland and with Youth for Christ. 

For further information and job specifications please contact:
Ms Karen Seaman, Diocesan Secretary,
The Diocesan Office, Moyglare, Maynooth, Co Kildare.
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Closing date 13th June 12 noon. (Interviews will take place on Monday 25th June, 2018)

This is a full time post consisting of two part time responsibilities.
The successful applicant will be working on specific diocesan youth projects with a number of parishes in the dioceses of Meath and Kildare and developing and implementing Youth for Christ’s ‘Rock Solid’ project which is supported by a team of youth workers. This post will be based in Mullingar, Co Westmeath.

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