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Partnering with local organisations and churches to equip, empower and resource as they reach out into their communities.

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Muller's Story

George Müller cared for 10,000 orphaned children in Bristol during the Victorian era. He was a man of great faith, never making appeals for money, but simply praying to God for all that was needed. During his lifetime he received £1,500,000 in money and gifts in kind. At present day prices, this would be over £100m.

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Vacancies

We regularly update this page with any jobs currently advertised by ourselves or our local partners, such as churches and charities. Please see the relevant organisations website for further information.

Müllers Partners: if you'd like us to include a current vacancy you are advertising do email through the relevant information.

inHope: Fundraising Officer 

Our dynamic Fundraising and Communications team is looking for a full time Fundraising Officer. This new role will help inHope provide the support needed to help people living in insecurity overcome the injustices of homelessness, poverty and addiction. You would report to the Development & Relationships Manager.

The role includes two main elements:

Grant Application writing - Apply your persuasive writing skills and experience to secure income that will change people’s lives through building relationships with funders, preparing funding applications and submitting reports. inHope seeks grant funding in excess of £250K each year.

Community Fundraising – Use your communication and creative skills to engage with various audiences through activities and events which inspire people to donate and to fundraise on behalf of inHope.

Hours: 40 hours per week.
Salary: £23,000-29,000 PA (depending on experience). 


inHope: The Life Recovery Course - Group Facilitator

Information about the life course can be found here.

The Group Facilitator will be based at our offices in Bristol supporting clients through running the Life Course using the materials that have been developing at inHope. They will be involved in client focussed activities, helping those we work with to strengthen and sustain their recovery and become role models in their own community.

The successful candidate will be competent at teaching and group facilitation, having good interpersonal and communication skills, with a calm assurance to negotiate good outcomes in complex client settings. They will have a knowledge of recovery issues in addiction and mental health fields, including lived experience, and have the capacity to support positive change in people. They will have a sense of call and compassion to support people in recovery, and enable others to do so also.

Hours: 24 hours per week.
Salary: c£23,000 (Full Time Equivalent, dependent upon experience, paid pro rata).


inHope: The Life Recovery Course - Franchise Facilitator 

The Franchise Facilitator will support the Life Recovery Manager in bringing the Life Course to market, co-ordinating the publication, marketing and training associated with the Life Course. Reporting to the Life Recovery Manager, the successful candidate will be reliable with the ability to prioritise, network, be persuasive, organize and have an eye for an opportunity. They will be excellent communicators, able to work alongside a range of colleagues and partner organisations. Good administrative skills, self-motivation and discipline will be key. They will uphold the standards of the Life Course when its run by franchisee’s and may need to travel.

Hours: 16 hours per week.

Salary: c£26,000 (Full Time Equivalent, dependent upon experience, paid pro rata).

The job descriptions and application form are available to download from our website at: https://inhope.uk/get-involved/work-with-us/ or can be requested by contacting admin@inhope.uk

To discuss the role further, please contact Stuart Leitch, Life Recovery Manager at stuart.leitch@inhope.uk.

We are happy for candidates to apply for either or both roles. If you apply for both roles, please submit two applications i.e. one for each role.

Interviews will be scheduled as soon as we have a suitable range of applications; apply NOW.

Applications, via an application form, must be sent to: HR@inhope.uk. CVs may be submitted but only in support of the application form.


inHope: Spring of Hope - Support Worker

Spring of Hope Women’s service offers short term support to women in Bristol who are homeless and vulnerable. It offers a non-commissioned shelter service, providing accommodation and help for women in their moment of crisis, before walking alongside and advocating for them as they rebuild their lives.

The Spring of Hope Support Worker will support and facilitate the delivery of day time activities within the service. These activities will help to support women’s health and wellbeing. They will help to develop women’s life skills so they can look after themselves, build healthy relationships, manage their finances and gain access to volunteering and employment. The Support Worker will provide some one-to-one support to women, and also nurture their spiritual growth.

The successful candidate will be a confident woman with understanding and compassion towards vulnerable women. She will be person centred with a sense of calling to clients and the aims of the service, whilst also able to maintain strong boundaries. 

Hours: 40 hours per week.
Salary: c£23,500.

The job descriptions and application form are available to download from our website at https://inhope.uk/get-involved/work-with-us/ or can be requested by contacting admin@inhope.uk.

To discuss the role further, please contact the Spring of Hope team at springofhope@inhope.uk.

Applications, via an application form, must be sent to: HR@inhope.uk. CVs may be submitted but only in support of the application form. Contact from recruitment agencies or online platforms in relation to promoting this vacancy will not be responded to.


inHope: Spring of Hope - Night Support Workers

The Spring of Hope Night Support Workers (4 are required) will oversee the night shelter at Spring of Hope, providing and promoting a mutually caring and safe environment for women staying overnight. They  will draw upon Trauma and Psychologically Informed approaches to welcome women for the night, ensure that they feel settled and help them to be ready the following morning. The model is for the shelter to be ‘quiet’ overnight, but with staff available to respond when needed.

The successful candidates will have experience of working with vulnerable women and be able to work both as part of a team and individually. She will be person centred with a sense of calling to clients and the aims of the service, whilst also able to maintain strong boundaries.

Hours: Shift hours are 9:30pm to 8:30am, working on a fixed rota of 4 nights on, 4 nights off with an average of 37 hours per week.
Salary: £11.50 per hour.

The job descriptions and application form are available to download from our website at https://inhope.uk/get-involved/work-with-us/ or can be requested by contacting admin@inhope.uk.

To discuss the role further, please contact the Spring of Hope team at springofhope@inhope.uk.

Applications, via an application form, must be sent to: HR@inhope.uk. CVs may be submitted but only in support of the application form. Contact from recruitment agencies or online platforms in relation to promoting this vacancy will not be responded to.


inHope: Bristol Churches Shelter - Empowerment & Admin Worker

Two positions available. The key dimension of this role is to provide hands on support to running the shelter this winter. This is in terms of supporting and empowering shelter guests to sustain work, seek meaningful activities, seek viable move-on options and build self-confidence and self-esteem. It will also involve working closely with the planning teams and volunteers. To be successful in this role you will be well organised, approachable and empathetic, have good personal boundaries and have a heart to serve. 

Hours: Expected to be 13 hours per week, but variable due to work pattern. The shelter operates 7 days a week and routine staff presence is needed. You will be expected to be at the shelter on 2-3 mornings each week (including some weekend mornings). There will also be daytime support sessions with guests and evening planning meetings

Salary: £11 per hour, paid monthly in arrears.

The job descriptions and application form are available to download from our website at https://inhope.uk/get-involved/work-with-us/ or can be requested by contacting admin@inhope.uk.

To discuss the Empowerment & Admin Worker role further, please contact Amanda Munday at BristolChurchesWinterShelter@gmail.com .

Applications, via an application form, must be sent to: HR@inhope.uk. CVs may be submitted but only in support of the application form.

Please apply immediately - 2 people needed!


inHope: Bristol Churches Shelter - Manager

The church in Bristol came together in 2016 to offer a night shelter for rough sleepers. Opening on 1st January 2017, and every winter since, over 100 people have benefitted from a bed, good food, the company of volunteers and support to move-on well. During the Coronavirus Pandemic the service was funded to block book a centrally located B&B whilst continuing to rely on an army of volunteers from across the church community. The intention is to open this winter’s shelter on 1st November and run through to 31st March 2023, again in a B&B setting. This is subject to confirmation of funding. 

This leadership role is pivotal to the smooth running of the night shelter this winter AND to shaping the service for the future. The job holder will need to show resilience and attention to detail in their management of the shelter with its staff and 150+ volunteers. The planning work for how and where the service will operate following this winter will need to draw quick conclusions with a costed business plan in order to access funding. You will be an excellent operational manager with a vision for the church continuing to serve the city through providing temporary shelter.

Hours: 24 hours per week on average with some weekend and evening work.

Salary: c£31,000 (Full Time Equivalent, dependent upon experience, paid pro rata). 

The job descriptions and application form are available to download from our website at https://inhope.uk/get-involved/work-with-us/ or can be requested by contacting admin@inhope.uk. 

To discuss the Manager role further, please contact Jonathan Lee via HR@inhope.uk.

Applications, via an application form, must be sent to: HR@inhope.uk. CVs may be submitted but only in support of the application form.

Closing Date: 12 noon on Monday 31st October.

inHope have further vacancies available, please click here to see them. 


Kingswood Congregational Church - Youth Pastor

Kingswood Congregational Church is looking for a highly motivated person who will care about and work with the young people in our Church, schools and community. The role is based at Kingswood Congregational Church, Wotton under Edge, and may occasionally include travel.

Applicants should be: A practising Christian and an active member of a/our church. A good leader and someone (to use the words of our young people) who is “approachable, engaging, good at building relationships” and someone who “knows their Bible and can respond to questions." 

Hours: 1.5 days a week (12 hours), 38 weeks per year (excludes school holidays).
Salary: £6,300 p.a.

An enhanced DBS (including a Barred List), references and an interview will be required.

For a copy of the job description and for submission of CVs, please contact our Church Secretary, Jennie Amesbury, jennieamesbury@btinternet.com.

Please submit a job specific covering letter with applications.