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Monday, 26 October 2015

An opportunity for Youth and Young Adult ministry in Barcelona

A confirmation service in St George's Barcelona
I draw attention to the opportunity posted below, which is coming available at St George's, Barcelona. Please feel free to forward this to anyone who may be interested. St George's is a vibrant, international congregation in one of the most attractive and exciting cities in Europe. More information on the community's life and ministry can be found on St George's website


Opportunity at St George’s Barcelona for Youth and Young Adult’s Coordinator

St George’s has a thriving and developing ministry amongst English speaking teenagers as well as young adults (students and young professionals). This work is led by a Youth and Young Adult’s Coordinator and due to the ending of their permit to work in Spain (they are from the United States), we are very likely seeking a new person to fill this role from January 2016.

The successful applicant should be:

•  Someone with an outward looking, evangelistic attitude, able to take the initiative in welcoming newcomers, flexible to accommodate young people’s needs and open to new opportunities for evangelism as they arise.

•  Be a fluent English speaker. Being able to speak some Spanish or Catalan, or be willing to learn, would be an advantage.

•  Someone who has some experience of working/volunteering and living in a multicultural environment.

The Youth and Outreach Worker is expected to work on average 20hrs per week. This position includes a stipend of 225€ per month, shared accommodation in the fully furnished Church flat and agreed out of pocket expenses will be fully reimbursed. The appointment is for an initial period 12 months starting in January 2016. The successful applicant/s must satisfy EU visa requirements and pass a background check to ensure safeguarding of vulnerable people.

Further information and for a Job Description please email (please include “Youth and Young Adult Coordinator enquiry” as the subject of the email.)

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