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Bryn y Groes Conference Centre Manager(s)

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Do you have a heart to serve Christians?

Join the EMW team in our Conference Centre in North Wales!

We are looking for a couple (or two individuals) to lead, manage and co-ordinate the gospel ministry of our busy Conference Centre in Bala, North Wales (Bryn-y-groes).
The successful candidates will be expected to lead the small team of staff and volunteers who run the centre. It is expected that the manager[s] will live on or near the site and therefore hours of work will need to be flexible. Please note that for this role there is an occupational requirement that the job holder is a Christian in full agreement with our doctrinal basis of faith. Due to the centre’s location in a Welsh language heartland, and due to the fact than many of the guests are Welsh speaking, it is essential that the managers maintain good bilingual communication, and ideally would be Welsh speakers. This post is full time and permanent.

If you have any questions about this role, please contact Steffan Job, Assistant General Secretary on 0800 4647676, or e-mail steffanjob@emw.org.uk

Closing date: 9th September 2022

Bryn-y-groes Conference Centre Manager(s)

About the EMW

The EMW is a movement of churches, leaders, and Christians from a variety of different situations who love Jesus Christ, believe that the Bible is the Word of God, and are convinced that the Gospel is the only hope for our lost world. We share the same core beliefs (as outlined in the EMW statement of faith), and we express our unity in Christ by coming together to serve Him and His people (the Church). The EMW is led by church leaders, and is not a denomination or association, but is a servant of gospel churches.

Currently the organisation works in the following key areas:

    • Encouraging Unity and true Spirituality between gospel Christians
    • Supporting Churches to teach and disciple Christians
    • Caring and Supporting Church Leaders
    • Encouraging Prayer and Evangelism
    • Supporting Young People and Children in their Christian faith

About Bryn-y-groes – our Conference Centre

Bryn-y-groes Christian Conference Centre is situated on the edge of the market town of Bala in North Wales. Through the centre we aim to offer a warm welcome and Christian hospitality to those who use our facilities. Bryn y Groes currently accommodates EMW events such as conference and camps, and also welcomes church groups, university and college Christian Unions, school groups, house parties, youth groups, retreats and senior citizen groups. It is also a place of study or respite for those in Christian ministry and hosts day conferences and training days.

About the role

We are looking for a couple (or two individuals) to lead, manage and co-ordinate the ministry of our busy Conference Centre in Bala, North Wales (Bryn-y-groes).
The role is an opportunity to develop the work of the centre in supporting Christians and Churches throughout Wales and beyond. As well as many EMW events (camps, conferences, retreats) the centre offers catering and self-catering accommodation to Christian groups, and the public within a welcoming Christian ethos.
The successful candidates will be expected to lead the small team of staff and volunteers who run the centre. It is expected that the manager[s] will live on or near the site and therefore hours of work will need to be flexible. Please note that for this role there is an occupational requirement that the job holder is a Christian in full agreement with our doctrinal basis of faith. Due to the centre’s location in a Welsh language heartland, and due to the fact than many of the guests are Welsh speaking, it is essential that the managers maintain good bilingual communication, and ideally would be Welsh speakers. This post is full time and permanent (following a probationary period of six months).

More information – Interview with Gwydion and Catrin