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BMS World Mission - Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning OfficerBMS-Logo

Are you passionate about the least evangelised nations and people living on the margins? Are you organised and analytical? Do you want to play an essential part in enabling strong evidenced based decision making? Are you flexible and hard-working? This might be the role for you! BMS are looking for someone to support the leadership of BMS within a monitoring and evaluation role.

As the Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Officer you will be responsible for providing support to enable the following:
  • Providing monitoring, evaluation and research at regional and partnership level to feed into organisational strategy and inform enhanced practices.
  • Assist in data collection from partners and other sources for the annual report and six-monthly strategy progress update to the EDT and Board of Trustees.
  • Advise on approaches to good practice and MEL principles, developing MEL capacity for Staff, Partners and Personnel.
BMS are looking for an individual with a desire to engage with both overseas partners and UK staff. Someone who is thorough in their oversees research capability yet also able to present complex data in a visually engaging way. Someone who is comfortable contributing to existing systems and able to make a compelling case for change.

Hours: 35 hrs per week - flexible working considered.
Employment: Permanent
Salary range: £29.058 to £32,979 pa
Closing date: 9am, Monday 30th May 2022

For more information, please go to: BMS World Mission Vacancies

Newbury Baptist Church - Children & Youth Worker

Newbury Baptist Church

Salary: £26,000-£28,000 pa

Newbury Baptist church is seeking a Children and Youth Worker.

They are a friendly, committed church in the Berkshire town of Newbury and are seeking to appoint someone with energy, enthusiasm and a real passion for Christ to:
  • Take a thriving ministry with children and young people to the next level
  • Create new activities to share Jesus with young people in Newbury
  • Work in partnership with other groups and schools in the community
You will be an enthusiastic and creative team player, with the skills and calling for youth and children's ministry.
This is a full-time role but part-time applicants are welcome.

Applications close on 31st May 2022

The Job Description can be downloaded at Newbury Baptist Church
To apply, send your CV and a cover letter to

There is an occupational requirement (as set out in the Equality Act 2010) for the post-holder to be a practising Christian.


BMS World Mission - Legacy FundraiserBMS-Logo

Are you hard-working, talented and want your job to contribute to sharing God's kingdom and alleviating suffering?  Do you enjoy taking initiative and applying your relational skills to new areas? Do you thrive when part of a team working together towards ambitious targets?

BMS are looking for a Legacy Fundraiser to contribute to their fundraising strategy and goals through the development and day-to-day management of BMS' legacy and in-memory programme, leading on creative and innovative legacy events and products, carefully stewarding legacy pledges and intenders, and embracing a culture of outstanding supporter care. You will also work closely with their Legacy Officer who is taking care of processing legacies.

You'll need to work hard an learn fast to pick up all the technical and fundraising skills that this job requires. But you'll have the full support of a friendly, encouraging, and collaborative team helping you to succeed. And this is much more than just a legacy role! As a champion of supporter care, you'll also be very relational, enjoying talking to and meeting their amazing supporters and ensuring that every interaction they have with BMS is inspiring and uplifting

Hours: 17.5hrs per week 
Employment: Permanent
Salary range: £24,490 to £29,058 (pro-rata)
Closing date: 9am, Tuesday 7th June 2022

For more information, please go to: BMS World Mission Vacancies

Moorlands College - PrincipalMoorlands College

Moorlands College are looking for a Christ-centred, servant-hearted, passionate, strategic leader who will provide effective and godly leadership to the College.

You will set the direction and support the team to deliver the purpose of Moorlands College which exists to inspire and equip people, passionate about Jesus Christ, to impact the Church and the world.

You will be able to lead competently and have the experience needed to fulfil the key skill sets of Leadership, Head of Institute and Principal.

This post carries an Occupational Requirement that the postholder be a committed evangelical Christian who is able to affirm the College's vision and mission, and to sign its Statement of Faith.

Closing date: Monday 13th June 2022

For more information, please go to Moorlands College Vacancies.

Echo - Youth WorkerEcho

Greater Didcot Christian Children and Youth Trust (known as Echo) in partnership with The King's Church, Didcot are looking to recruit a Youth Worker.
Hours: 40 per week
Salary: £22,000-£25,000
Closing date: 20th June 2022

An opportunity to join an exciting new venture bringing together church-based Christian youth and schools work to the young people of the Didcot area. Echo is a partnership of seven local churches with the aim to disciple young people who make disciples through provision that equip and release young people into mission, evangelism and discipleship.

Echo workers are based in one of the partner churches and typically spend 50% of their time involved in youthwork within that partner church, and 50% working together with other Echo staff across the town. In this role you will be the lead youth worker for The King's Church, Didcot, a thriving evangelical, charismatic, community church, engaging with the church's great group of young people and youth leaders. In addition, you will work in a team of Echo youth workers engaging in schools work and other outreach and discipleship across the town.

For more information, please go to Echo Youth Worker

Retired Baptist Ministers Housing Organisation - Secretary & Tenant Relations ManagerBaptist Together

RBMHO exists to provide housing for retired ministers and their spouses who would otherwise be unable to secure such accommodation from their own resources.  They are looking for someone who will provide its overall leadership, including ensuring that it meets its charitable objectives and fulfils the strategic plans agreed with the board. The holder of the post will have direct responsibility for engaging with beneficiaries and tenants.

The post is offered on either a full or part-time basis (28-25 hours per week).

Closing date: Friday 3rd June 2022

For more information please go to RBMHO Secretary & Tenants Relation Manager

Testwood Baptist Church - Internship and Ministry Trainee ProgrammesTestwood Intern Promo

Testwood Baptist Church are delighted to offer Internship and Ministry Trainee Programmes. Consider applying and serving with them this September!

Are you looking for a gap year where you’ll gain practical church experience, build your confidence, and develop skills for the future?

Or perhaps you’ve just finished your degree or training and want a postgraduate year to absorb yourself into church and community work, hone your skills, and advance your ministry experience?

Testwood Baptist Church currently run these schemes at the church and have done for many years. It’s a joy to help others to thrive, go deeper into their relationship with Christ, and see where God is leading them.

If you’re someone who’d like to take a next step, who is excited by God’s call on their life, and is up for being part of the vibrant life of Testwood Baptist in Totton, they’d love to hear from you!

Please email for more information.

SCBA Trustee NominationsTrustees

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:
  • Communications
  • Pioneering
  • Home Mission
  • Mission Development
  • Justice
  • Children, Youth & Families
  • Leadership
  • Safeguarding
  • Staff, Finance and Administration
The pandemic 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