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Finance Assistant - Baptist Union of Great Britain
Working either from Baptist House, Didcot or from home.
BU's busy Finance Team are looking for a new Finance Assistant to maintain the transactions and accounts of the Baptist Union of Great Britain.
For the role profile and details of how to apply, please click here.
Closing date for applications: Monday 26th July at 9am.
Interviews: to be held on Thursday 29th July.
Public Issues Enabler - Baptist Union of Great Britain
The Baptist Union for Great Britain links around 2,000 churches, 13 associations and 5 colleges across England and Wales.
There are two aspects to the role of Public Issues Enabler, which are intrinsically connected:
To be a full member of the Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT), enabling a Baptist voice into that ecumenical team.
To be a member of the Faith and Society Team, reflecting theologically and integrating public issues into the broader work of the team.
You will support and enable connections across Baptists Together on public issues, contributing to the stimulation of faith-based activism locally, regionally and nationally as required.
You will share and where required enable theological reflection on public issues across Baptists Together.
Alongside your theological training and ministerial experience, we expect that you will have a particular interest and experience in social and political issues, and a good understanding of how churches and/or faith based organisations can communicate effectively with the wider world.
The theological nature of this appointment means that it is a requirement that this post if held by an accredited Baptist minister, preferably with some training in practical theology.
For more information and how to apply, please go to: Baptist Union of Great Britain
SCBA Trustee Nominations
The SCBA Steering & Strategy Group (SSG) is the Council of the Association and meets around six times a year. Members are Directors of the Company and Trustees of the Charity. The group is made up of twelve elected members, as well as those who are either co-opted or ex-officio. Those elected are normally appointed to serve for three years (except where filling a vacancy left by a member not completing their full term) and can be re-elected for a second term of three years.
Members of the SSG will also be asked to serve on other Committees of our Association which cover the strategic issues of concern, as listed below. It is hoped that those seeking election may have an interest and/or experience in one or more of these:
Children, Youth & Families
Staff, Finance and Administration
Lockdown has highlighted how communication, training and connecting with one another more deeply and widely can be enabled through a range of online options alongside face to face meetings. Nomination of a trustee with specialist knowledge of digital communications would be very helpful.
For more information, please email: office