Vacancy: Operations Manager, In Threemilestone : Closing Date 7 Feb

We are looking for an experienced, pro-active and highly skilled administrator and team leader to head up our operations team based at Church House in Truro, which provides administrative support for a wide range of teams and functions across the organisation.

You will have a strong background in effective team leadership and service management, be a self-starter who can take the initiative, but also have   excellent administrative and IT skills. As someone who leads by example and an eye for detail, you will be able to manage a range of competing priorities.  You will be easily recognised as a safe pair of hands, in whom colleagues have confidence that you will get the job done.

This is an opportunity to be part of a professional and hard-working team. The work will be varied and interesting, and with almost all our employees working from home at present, sometimes challenging, but you will have the ability to contribute to the overall aims of an organisation that serves many people across Cornwall, and that places wellbeing at the heart of what it does.

Staff benefits include an employer pension scheme with 9-15% employer contribution, 25 days annual leave, access to an employee assistance programme, and eye test vouchers.

You do not need to be a practising Christian, but do need to be sympathetic to the aims and objectives of the Church of England, and committed to our organisational values.

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This post will expire on Friday March 19th, 2021 11:59pm

Vacancy: Environment Officer : Closing Date 11 Jan

In Threemilestone/Home-based

The Diocese of Truro is committed to a vision for the environment to ‘Cherish creation, cut carbon and speak up’.

We are looking to appoint an Environment Officer to support, enable and develop the work of the Creation Care group as it inspires, encourages and supports individual, churches and other Christian communities to cherish creation, cut carbon and speak up. To do this, in particular, by leading and running the network of Environment Champions and the Green Kernow Church Awards scheme.

The focus of the role will be working in and with churches and communities to support and develop volunteers and to encourage and resource churches to make positive changes to cut carbon and enhance biodiversity. You will help share the Diocesan vision, engaging people across the diocese and inspiring them to make changes individually and collectively.

You will have a passion for the environment and knowledge of relevant environmental science, debates, challenges and resources. You must have excellent communication skills, the ability to inspire and engage, and confidence in talking about faith in relation to creation care. Experience of successfully leading, or working on, projects that bring about change in culture and behaviour is essential as is experience of working on issues relating to creation care, the climate and the environment.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone to play a key role in implementing our environment strategy and realising our ambitious vision.

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This post will expire on Monday January 11th, 2021 11:59pm

Vacancy: Environment Officer In Threemilestone/Home-based : Closing Date 11 Jan

The Diocese of Truro is committed to a vision for the environment to ‘Cherish creation, cut carbon and speak up’.

We are looking to appoint an Environment Officer to support, enable and develop the work of the Creation Care group as it inspires, encourages and supports individual, churches and other Christian communities to cherish creation, cut carbon and speak up. To do this, in particular, by leading and running the network of Environment Champions and the Green Kernow Church Awards scheme.

The focus of the role will be working in and with churches and communities to support and develop volunteers and to encourage and resource churches to make positive changes to cut carbon and enhance biodiversity. You will help share the Diocesan vision, engaging people across the diocese and inspiring them to make changes individually and collectively.

You will have a passion for the environment and knowledge of relevant environmental science, debates, challenges and resources. You must have excellent communication skills, the ability to inspire and engage, and confidence in talking about faith in relation to creation care. Experience of successfully leading, or working on, projects that bring about change in culture and behaviour is essential as is experience of working on issues relating to creation care, the climate and the environment.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone to play a key role in implementing our environment strategy and realising our ambitious vision.

At the Diocese of Truro we really value work-life balance and employee wellbeing, and are committed to supporting your development. We offer additional benefits such as free office parking, a range of wellbeing activities and a pension scheme with 9-15% employer contribution.

This role will involve some preaching and preparing prayer and worship materials. It is an expectation that the successful candidate will have experience in and of the church (preferably but not limited to Anglican churches).

To apply and for more information please visit https://www.cofepathways.org/members/modules/job/detail.php?record=2904.  Sorry, we do not accept CVs.

For an informal discussion about this role please contact Kate Cortez, kate.cortez@truro.anglican.org or 01872 274351.

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This post will expire on Monday January 11th, 2021 11:59pm

Vacancy: Worship Leader: Transforming Mission Truro : Closing Date 28 Dec

In All Saints Highertown

The new Worship Leader for Truro will be a dedicated individual who is committed to a gospel-centred understanding of community, and how worship can inspire the faith of the church and attract seekers to the truth of the gospel. She or he will be someone who can catch, and help to realise, the vision God has given us for transforming the mission of the Church of England in Cornwall.

The Church Commissioners and the Diocese of Truro are investing a substantial financial sum along with much hope, faith and prayer in Transforming Mission for Truro, a 6-year project to equip our community to reach the missing generations and become a resource church for our area. In the grace of God and the power of the Spirit, we long to see the Gospel of Jesus renewing His church and changing lives through what is started here. We pray that God is calling you to be a part of it.

We invite you to further consider this role by reading the attached job description and person specification. If you feel called to this new and exciting role, it would be good to have an informal discussion with you and to receive your application. If you’d like to explore this opportunity further, please email Jeremy Putnam at vicar@asht.org.uk to arrange a phone conversation. Please also visit https://www.asht.org.uk/

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This post will expire on Monday December 28th, 2020 11:59pm

Vacancy: Project Manager for Mission : Closing Date 12 Jan

In Threemilestone

We wish to appoint a skilled Project Manager for Mission who will manage the Transforming Mission programme and the local level strategic planning across Cornwall.

This is an exciting opportunity to use your project management skills and experience to really impact communities across the county. Managing a ground-breaking programme, Transforming Mission, for the renewal of Anglican Church life in Cornwall, you will work alongside five dynamic and diverse local teams who are passionate, as you are, about growing our church. You will also be working with our Bishop and colleagues to enable lasting and community-led change across the diocese, managing a series of local strategy development projects, as we seek to build a church that is ready to meet current and future challenges and opportunities.

You will combine a strong track record in successful project management with excellent communication and people management skills. You will also have a proven ability to lead projects with a diverse range of stakeholders whilst managing multiple project strands, budgets and timelines. A good knowledge of project management tools and techniques is important.

At the Diocese of Truro we really value work-life balance and employee wellbeing, have a friendly and comfortable office environment (currently staff are homeworking) and are committed to supporting your development. We offer additional benefits such as free parking, a range of wellbeing activities and the Diocesan pension scheme with 9-15% employer contribution.

Due to the nature of the role there is an occupational requirement for the role holder to be a practising Christian.

To apply and for more information please visit our recruitment site: https://www.cofepathways.org/members/modules/job/detail.php?record=2891.  Sorry, we do not accept CVs.

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This post will expire on Tuesday January 12th, 2021 11:59pm

Vacancy: Families’ Leader: Transforming Mission Camborne : Closing Date 6 Jan

In Camborne

We are looking for someone to join our team, to lead our work with families and children in the Camborne area.

This is an exciting opportunity for a leader with a heart for mission and ministry amongst children and families; a passion for growing the church; and the ability to share this vision and draw people to it.

The role requires:

  • The gifts to lead and develop a thriving children and families’ ministry.
  • The ability to communicate effectively with parents and carers, as well as children.
  • The ability to lead on missional outreach towards children and families in the community.

The role offers:

  • The opportunity to play a key role in establishing a new resourcing church that impacts Camborne and the wider area.
  • The opportunity to work with a gifted and enthusiastic team.
  • The chance to work and live within a unique, vibrant and historic town.

Transforming Mission (TM) is a vision for renewal of mission within the Diocese of Truro.

To find out more visit: https://www.trurodiocese.org.uk/about-us/transforming-mission/

There is an occupational requirement for the post-holder to be a Christian.

An enhanced DBS check will be required.

For an informal discussion about this role please contact Rev’d Rosheen Browning TM Camborne Lead, by email rev.rosh@cambornecluster.org.uk or telephone; 01209 831175 or 07701 085736

For an application form and the Job Description and Person Specification please visit https://www.cofepathways.org/members/modules/job/detail.php?record=2896. CVs will not be accepted. Interviews will be via Zoom but there will be an opportunity for a location visit for the successful candidate.

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This post will expire on Wednesday January 6th, 2021 11:59pm

Vacancy: Worship Leader: Transforming Mission Camborne : Closing Date 6 Jan

We are looking for a talented worship leader with a heart for mission and growing the church.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone who can lead worship and develop the worship life of Camborne Church and be a resource for the other churches in the cluster, supporting the missional objectives of Transforming Mission

You will:

  • Be a creative leader with a heart to worship God and inspire others to deepen their worship
  • Have the desire to communicate God’s love and the Gospel.
  • Be able to identify, train and release others gifts into this area of ministry.
  • Have the ability to engage pastorally with people of different ages from a broad range of social backgrounds; and
  • Be proficient in leading contemporary worship, in the power of the Spirit and able to work alongside the wider Church of England traditions.

The role offers the opportunity to

play a key role in establishing a new resourcing church that impacts Camborne and the wider area;

  • work with a gifted and enthusiastic team; and
  • The chance to work and live within a unique, vibrant and historic town.

Transforming Mission (TM) is a vision for renewal of mission within the Diocese of Truro. To find out more visit: https://www.trurodiocese.org.uk/about-us/transforming-mission/

To apply and for more information including job description and person spec please visit https://www.cofepathways.org/members/modules/job/detail.php?record=2898. CVs will not be accepted. Interviews will be via Zoom but there will be an opportunity for a location visit for the successful candidate.

There is an occupational requirement for the post-holder to be a Christian.

For an informal discussion about this role please contact Rev’d Rosheen Browning TM Camborne Lead, by email rev.rosh@cambornecluster.org.uk or telephone; 01209 831175 or 07701 085736

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This post will expire on Wednesday January 6th, 2021 11:59pm

Vacancy: Digital Assistant, Truro Cathedral : Closing Date 16 Dec

We have an exciting opportunity for a digital assistant. Reporting to the cathedral digital manager, we are looking for someone with outstanding interpersonal skills and organisational-level digital experience across website and social media platforms, including the creation and curation of digital content.

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This post will expire on Wednesday December 16th, 2020 11:59pm

Vacancy: Engagement and Mobilisation Officer – (Public Health) : Closing Date 10 Dec

Cornwall Voluntary Sector Forum (CVSF) are looking to recruit a dynamic, influential and experienced voluntary, community, and social enterprise (VCSE) sector Engagement and Mobilisation Officer.  This is an exciting opportunity for someone who can demonstrate their experience of positively engaging the VCSE sector in improving population health.

You will facilitate a two-way dialogue between the VCSE sector and Public Health so that both partners fully understand what  support is required in ‘at risk’ communities by vulnerable individuals and groups and you will then help to mobilise an appropriate and timely response.   You will be responsible for keeping the VCSE sector abreast of Public Health information and priorities and will mobilise the sector to engage in initiatives, campaigns and interventions etc. You will therefore bring with you an up to date understanding of Public Health policy, legislation, and practice.  Your outstanding interpersonal skills, emotional intelligence, persuasiveness and influence will inspire and motivate the VCSE sector to engage in the co-design and co-production of positive health outcomes.

The successful postholder will have a sound understanding of equality and diversity legislation and demonstrable experience of helping vulnerable individuals and groups to overcome barriers to accessing health and care support.

Further information about CVSF, our background and future direction is available in the attached brief, which includes an outline of the skills and experience that we are seeking in our Engagement and Mobilisation Officer as well as details of how to submit an application.

We are extremely excited about the role that CVSF will play in improving outcomes for people and communities across Cornwall and if you offer the skills, experience and enthusiasm needed to help us deliver our future ambitions, we look forward to hearing from you.

For a confidential conversation about the opportunity, please contact our Chief Executive Helen Boardman; ceo@cornwallvsf.org or Trustee Anna Jay; anna@publicleadersappointments.com

The closing date for applications is midday on Thursday 10 December. Interviews will take place on Monday 14 December, via zoom.

In order to apply, please submit a CV supported by a covering letter of no more than 3 sides of A4 outlining your motivation for applying and highlighting how your skills, knowledge and experience meet the requirements of the role, as set out in this brief.

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This post will expire on Thursday December 10th, 2020 11:59pm

Vacancies: Pastor & Volunteers, FCN Cornwall

The Farming Community Network (FCN) Cornwall Branch is seeking a volunteer Chaplain, succeeding the late Revd Roger Green. The role involves providing spiritual support to the farming community as needed and identified by the visiting Volunteers, particularly important at the present time, as well as offering pastoral help to the volunteers themselves.  Time commitment is not high but you will be expected to attend Branch meetings as required which currently take place on Zoom. Offers from any denomination are welcome, preferably someone with an understanding of the rural and farming community. For more details contact Sue Gillbard at suegfarmsec@gmail.com, the Cornwall Co-ordinator. 


FCN is also in need of additional Volunteers who would visit and support the ‘clients’. A volunteer needs to be Christian and there is a particular need in West Cornwall, but Volunteers from all parts of the County would be welcome. For more details contact Sue Gillbard at suegfarmsec@gmail.com, the Cornwall Co-ordinator. 

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This post will expire on Monday January 25th, 2021 11:59pm

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