WTC Theology is a pioneering theological college with a vision to integrate the best of scholarship with the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit to transform, heal and release God’s people into His purposes. WTC’s mission is to deliver transformational education within prophetic, worshipping and learning communities across the UK, in partnership with local churches.
For information about our current job opportunities, please see below.
Hub Director, Thames Valley Hub
An exciting opportunity has arisen to lead WTC’s Thames Valley Hub which was established in partnership with Kerith Community Church and River Church in 2019. The Hub meets in Kerith Community Church, in Bracknell. This is a very varied role, which includes networking with church leaders across the Thames Valley region to raise the profile of WTC, recruiting students, facilitating and growing the learning and worshipping community, and providing an environment and foundation for students to succeed in their studies. Together with an ability to build communities, the successful applicant will possess excellent interpersonal skills with strong relational and/or professional networks in the churches across this part of the UK. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, well organised and methodical. They will be an outstanding networker, with an ability to develop a strategy to build on the past two years since the Hub was established, with a healthy intake of students each year and consolidating the work of the previous HD for the Hub’s long term success.
WTC (www.wtctheology.org.uk) is a pioneering theological college with a vision to integrate the best of scholarship with the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit to transform, heal and release God’s people into His purposes. WTC’s mission is to deliver transformational education within prophetic, worshipping and learning communities across the UK, in partnership with local churches.
The successful candidate will see this role as part of their call to ministry and, as such, it is a genuine occupational requirement for the HD to be a mature Christian. They will be contracted to Kerith Community Church with a reporting line to the Director of Hub Operations at WTC.
This is a part-time, permanent post attracting an annual salary of £23,500 (FTE). The position is for 1.5 days per week. Flexibility is required for working hours, with an essential requirement for working during academic term-time and in particular on Tuesday evenings between 3.30 – 10pm. Occasional Saturday and Sunday availability is also required, as is a 48 hour stay at each of two annual WTC Residentials.
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Closing date for applications: Midnight on 2nd July 2021. Interviews will be held online by representatives of the Hub Churches and WTC in July 2021, with the aim of the new HD starting as soon as possible after the appointment has been made
Events and Office Manager (Maternity Cover, 1 Year)
An opportunity has arisen to join WTC as Events and Office Manager to provide maternity cover for one year. This is a varied role, a key part of which is to ensure the planning and execution of all events run by WTC Central. This will include academic Residentials, training days, conferences and team events.
This role requires a proactive and solution focused person who has the ability to deal with a wide range of activities simultaneously and is able to find good solutions to challenges as they arise. Attention to detail and being able to drive projects from start to finish will also be important, as is a heart for hospitality to ensure that students, staff and faculty feel that their needs are being taken care of at events. The Events and Office Manager will be also part of the Communications Team and take a leading role in social media marketing for the college.
The successful candidate will have event management experience as well as strong IT, social media and project management skills. An understanding of the education and charitable sectors would be an advantage. They will need to be in agreement with WTC values and see this role as part of their call to ministry. As such, it is a genuine occupational requirement for the Events and Office Manager to be a practising Christian.
The successful candidate will be based at the WTC offices in Cheltenham. This is a full-time, 12 month contract, including 25 days holiday per year plus bank holidays and access to a pension scheme. The position attracts a salary of £26,000 per year.
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Closing date for applications is midnight on Wednesday 4th August 2021.
The interviews will be held in Cheltenham or online (depending on government restrictions) during the week beginning 9th August 2021 for a mid-August start.