Friends International are looking for a new Birmingham Centre Team Leader – is this you or someone you know?

Ron McCullochSt John’s Mission Partner, Ron McCulloch writes:

“I shall be retiring at the end of December 2014 from my work with Friends International   My role as Birmingham Centre Team Leader will become vacant and we are looking for suitable candidates to apply for that job.

“While the post is being advertised around bible colleges and mission organisations as well as on the Christian Vocations and OSCAR websites, I am also keen to make this vacancy known more locally in case there are suitable candidates here in Birmingham.

“Do you know of anyone who might be suitable for this position? Is there somebody you know who is due to come back to the UK from mission work overseas who may be just the right person for this job?

“Below is a general description of the role of staff workers and Centre Team Leaders in Friends International. Anyone you know who may be interested can contact me for more details of the Birmingham situation.”

Ron’s contact details are:    Telephone 0121 243 9643/ 07507 229 348.

Alternatively application can be made by emailing Diane Smith at our Support Centre or by telephoning or writing to her – for contact details see below.

The person appointed will be required to raise his/her own financial support. There are some funds available as a start-up and time and support will be given on the job for fund raising.


Friends Internationl LogoFriends International: Staff Workers & Centre Team Leaders

There are around 1,000,000 international students in the UK from all corners of the world.

As a Friends International Staff Worker or Centre Team Leader your passion will be to envision churches, equip volunteers and build teams who will share the love of Christ with these students in both word and deed.

You will lead by example through your own interaction with students as you care for them and share the gospel with them.

Many of the students you reach will return home to positions of influence and have the opportunity to share the love of Christ within their families and work places.

You will be part of a growing national team equipped and impassioned to reach the world on our doorstep.

You will be:
• A visionary able to prioritise and think strategically
• An individual with cross-cultural experience
• A team builder with gifts of encouragement and pastoral care
• A self starter able to manage time and resources well
• An active member of your local church
• An individual committed to pursuing unity and building bridges across the evangelical spectrum
• Willing to raise personal support from individuals and churches*

*There are some funds available as a start-up

It is an occupational requirement that all our staff are committed Christians.

Request an application form from: Diane Smith

Friends International, The Rowan Centre, All Nations Christian College, Easneye, Ware SG12 8LX
Telephone: 01920 460006

18th Sep 2014 Posted in: News, St John's Stories by Stella Jennings 0

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