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We're delighted to be partnering with the Mother's Union in Lichfield Diocese and the Clewer Initiative on this exciting new role!

Modern Slavery Campaigner

  • Are you passionate about ending modern slavery?
  • Do you believe that the church and communities have a big part to play in ending modern slavery?
  • Would you like to join a dynamic charity, who are working to ensure people and communities thrive and flourish?

Background:

The Mothers’ Union in the Diocese of Lichfield (MU) is sponsoring TCT to deploy a Modern Slavery campaigner. This three year part-time post will deliver a campaign against Modern Slavery in parishes across the Diocese of Lichfield using awareness raising material developed in conjunction with the Clewer Initiative.

  • Local MU branches will work with their local clergy to host events, and/or to arrange for the campaigner to deliver a training session, talk or sermon on Modern Slavery.
  • The campaigner will help the local church as it connects with other local groups addressing different aspects of Modern Slavery, for example in connecting with schools and local businesses.
  • Everyone can contribute to work against Modern Slavery, through prayer, raising awareness, reporting suspicious activity, supporting groups already working with victims, and becoming practically involved.

Hours of work: 0.4 Part-time (flexible)

Base: To be confirmed

Salary: £8,736 (£21,840 FTE); pension contribution 5%

Contract: One year, renewable for second and third

Mileage Allowance: Rate (1st 10,000 miles in tax year) 45p per mile

Annual Leave: 10 days (25 days FTE)

* Please send completed application forms to james.henderson@tctogether.org.uk by Friday 6th December 2019 @ 12noon

* Interviews are Wednesday 18th December in Walsall

PLEASE NOTE: The Campaigner will be expected to lead prayers and talk to Mother’s Union branches and preach in the churches of the Diocese of Lichfield. Hence it is a genuine occupational requirement for the post-holder to be a practising Christian.

The work will necessitate travelling to sites across the Diocese of Lichfield. It will also include some evening work, and church attendance on several Sundays.