Chaplaincy Vacancies

Christ Church Brittany is seeking to appoint a new Priest-in-Charge. More details are here.

Saint Michael’s Paris is a lively international church, looking for a dynamic, outgoing, mission-hearted individual whose primary focus will be work with children and families.

Holy Trinity, Maisons Laffitte are looking for a new Youth Worker to start as soon as possible.  The advert can be found here.

Christ Church, Lille has a vacancy for a Student Worker. More information is here.

The Diocese of Egypt has a vacancy for a Partnership Coordinator.

(Non ICS post) The Cathedral The Good Shepherd in Lima, Peru seeks an English-speaking Rector ‘with the vision and enthusiasm to lead The Good Shepherd into the future and with the experience to guide us to realize our goals. Our new Rector will be an energetic leader who can inspire and mentor with a leadership style that encourages collaborative decision-making, and welcomes new ideas and approaches.’  The recruitment pack is here.

A retired or semi-retired Priest to serve a small English-speaking community at El Gouna, Red Sea area is sought. More about the post can be found here.
There are many non-reached expatriates who need pastoral care and to hear the Gospel. There is a church building that belongs to the owner of the resort. Both the Coptic church and Anglicans can use this building. To find out more or for an initial conversation, please contact Richard Bromley at the ICS office.

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General Information
Enquiries about a particular post should be addressed to the person mentioned in the advertisement. A Recruitment Pack, which will include an Application Form and notes on its completion, will be provided normally by email.

All applicants should note that a proficiency in spoken and written English is a diocesan requirement for all licensed clergy.

Travel Expenses
For applicants resident in the UK or Ireland, travel expenses will be reimbursed either as the full cost of public transport (please obtain receipts) or as a mileage allowance at the Society’s current rates for the use of the applicant’s own vehicle.  It is an expectation that care will be taken to ensure that the most economical method of travel will be used.  For applicants resident elsewhere, travel expenses to the interview venue as outlined above will be reimbursed from the port of entry into Great Britain, i.e. port or airport.  On the day of interview, where necessary, overnight accommodation will be organised by the Society at its expense.

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