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St. Cuthbert Anglican church was built to serve parishioners in NORTH DELTA, Surrey, and other parts of the lower mainland. St Cuthbert’s is known to all, for its hospitality, diversity, and sense of church family.
You are greeted by friendly parishioners as you enter our beautiful sanctuary. Here, we listen to, and join in the singing of both classical hymns and contemporary worship songs. Our services are led by our priest-in-charge, The Reverend Stephen Laskey.
All are welcome to join us.
·    The position is expected to begin on June 24, 2024 and will run for 8 consecutive weeks ending August 16, 2024.
·    The applicant must be between 18–30 years of age, a citizen, or permanent resident of Canada with a social insurance number.
·    35 hours per week (some flexibility of hours is required which may possibly include some evenings or weekends)
·    $18.00 per hour
·    A criminal record check will be required.
·    Class five driver’s license with no restrictions, (ideal but not required).   
·    In consultation with a volunteer supervisor, develop various activities, by preparing materials, recruiting volunteers, planning for orientation, set up and execution of planned activities.
·    Leading, planning, executing a variety of activities such as:
o    Assisting with, and attend the St. Cuthbert’s day camp, church office administrative duties, and “odd job” working bees. 
o    Assist with other summer programs.
o    Develop digital media, coffee or lunch ministry, greeters, nursery support team to mention a few of the activities.

·    Accountable to your Supervisor, the person in the position will meet with the Supervisor on a weekly basis, to review the past week’s successes, and your plan for the upcoming weeks activities.
·    Lead and co-lead weekly programs.
·    Plan and execute group events being both fun and service focused.
·    Encourage engagement and leadership skill development of our church youth.
·    Communicate effectively with other church ministry leaders and help involve youth in the planning and execution of events.
·    Availability and ability to meet with Parish families, as necessary.
·    Pursue skill development through self-study.
·    Possess an open, welcoming, happy personality.
·    Have experience and an interest in working with youth.
·    Ability and willingness to work independently and alongside volunteers
·    Ability to adapt to new and evolving situations.
·    Ability to take and follow direction and provide feedback.
·    Have a willingness to learn.
·    Effective time management and organizational skills.
·    Possess a professional approach and demeanour.
·    Ability to communicate and engage in active listening.
·    A proactive self-starter, able to follow through.
·    A desire to be a part of and work with a team.
·    Embrace diversity and inclusiveness.
·    Ability to see the hope and potential of each young person.
Kindly submit a cover letter outlining why you are interested in the position and send it along with your resume to: on or before Wednesday, June 5, 2024.