Vacancy: Children And Families Worker, St Andrew’s Cathedral, Inverness

November 23, 2023

Job Specification

Role: Children and Families worker
Contract: Initial 1 year contract with a 6 month probation period.
Reports to: The Provost
Salary: £13,274.29 per annum
Hours: Part-Time/Flexible- 20 hours per week

Job Summary

Inverness Cathedral is seeking a passionate and organised individual to fill the role of Children and Families Worker. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing the various activities the Church run for the younger members of their community including but not limited to running the church playgroup, coordinating messy church sessions, and organising celebratory events for children, their families, and carers during special occasions like Easter and Christmas. In addition, the role involves close collaboration with partnership organisations, such as InSpires, to deliver various outreach schemes that our organisation are proudly involved in our local community.

If you are a highly organised and an enthusiastic individual with a love for working with children, their families, and the wider community, and you are excited about living and promoting the values and activities of our church, we invite you to apply for the position of Children and Families Worker.

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Please send a CV and covering letter, detailing why you are attracted to this post to

If you would like an informal conversation about the post then please do email or telephone 01463 225553

Please note for this position there is an occupational requirement for the job holder to be a practising Christian. We are more than just an employer; we operate as a faith community. We pray together as a staff team, and share prayer and worship moments throughout our working week. Around the buildings, you’ll often come across teams praying over their work and really speaking the language of faith. Our culture and ethos is as Christian as our name suggests and we see to ensure everyone that joins us will truly thrive in our environment; able to contribute to our community of shared faith. This role, therefore has a genuine occupational requirement to ensure protection of our strong Christian ethos and values, and our charitable objective of advancing the Christian faith.