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Development Worker (Bristol)

27 Jun 2019

GB Ministries, a Christian children’s and youth movement, is seeking to employ a Development Worker to extend and grow the work of Girls’ Brigade in the Bristol area.

This interesting and varied role offers the opportunity to put your experience in children and young people’s mission and outreach to work in a purposeful organisation seeking to make a difference in the lives of young people.

This is a 35 hour a week post fixed term for 3 years and will include weekend and evening work. Part-time hours may be considered for the right person.

Salary £19,000 pro rata.

Contact the GB Support Centre to find out more about this exciting role or download the job description and application form below:

Tel: 01246 582322 /

Closing Date: Tuesday, 16 July 2019




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