People Care Co-ordinators

This People Care Co-ordinator role is at the heart of Interserve’s support to those following God’s call to serve the peoples of Asia and the Arab World and to make Jesus known.

If you are gifted and experienced in pastoral and member care, have strong administration skills and a heart to serve as part of our Christian community and to support others as they follow God’s call; then you may be just the person we are looking for.

We are looking for 2 People Care Co-ordinators to join our small, friendly team who will:

  • Provide member care support for our Partners in the UK and overseas, throughout their service and through major transitions (This includes prayerful support with maintaining a healthy Christian life.)
  • Participate in the screening, selection and preparation of Partners and staff
  • Develop effective relationships with Partners and their sending churches
  • Undertake a range of People Care/HR administration for Staff and Partners, including safeguarding and employment records

You need to be a friendly and warm person with the ability to grow relationships with a diverse range of people.  You should have a passion for and experience of working across cultures, including overseas. You will need to have excellent administration and communication skills, both face to face and virtually. Experience of recruitment and/or HR administration would be an advantage. You should also be confident in the use of Microsoft Office 365 or similar packages.

In return, our National Office offers a welcoming, prayerful community, with a commitment to supporting staff wellbeing and flexible working arrangements.

We are looking for 2 people to work 3 days per week each, there is some flexibility around working days. Salary is £19,243.80 for 3 days per week (£32,073 FTE).  This role can be worked from our National Office in Birmingham and some remotely from home. There is a minimum of one day per week in the office, more during the first 3 months.

Closing date for applications: Friday 9th August 2024 .

Successful applicants will be interviewed Monday 12th August in Birmingham.

Interserve is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults at risk and expects all within the Interserve community to share this commitment. DBS certificates will be required for all workers.

Please send your completed application form along with a covering letter, your CV and the diversity monitoring form to personnel@interserve.org.uk

Apply now:  Application Form | Diversity Monitoring Form

More information: Person Specification | Job DescriptionOccupational Requirement  | Statement of Faith