Camas Activity Worker - Closing date 23:59 Sunday 3rd March 2023

About the role  

The Camas Activity Worker’s role is to have significant input into the quality assurance and health and safety aspects of the centre’s outdoor activities. This includes significant time delivering outdoor activities including: 

  • kayaking, coasteering, wild swimming and raft-building 
  • abseiling
  • wild camping and hillwalking 
  • wide games and indoor team-building activities 

A large proportion of the time will be spent leading these activities, while supporting other resident staff and volunteers to contribute fully to the delivery of the activities. 

Read the full job description linked to in the essential reading below:


Essential reading
 

Camas Activity Worker Job Description

Working for the Iona Community at Camas

Read the Transforming Lives document and the updated strategic objectives to find out more about the Iona Community.  


Forms to fill
 

Camas Activity Worker Application Form

Declaration form
Completed forms should be returned to ICrecruitment@iona.org.uk  


Things to note

All applications must made be via the Iona Community application form. CVs will not be accepted.  

Closing date for applications: 23:59 GMT Sunday 3rd March 2024

Provisional date for interviews: 7th or 8th March.

Terms and Conditions will be made available for candidates who are invited for interview. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. The post holder must be or become a member of Scotland’s Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme. Due to the nature of this work it will not be possible to consider applicants who do not already have the right to work in the United Kingdom. 

Camas is a beautiful, unique and remote place to live. We recognise that, as it is situated a 25 minute walk from the road, it can be a challenging place to live. If you’re interested in visiting to get first-hand experience of Camas before you apply, please be in touch with the current Coordinator camascoord@iona.org.uk

Camas Support Worker - Closing date 23:59 Sunday 3rd March 2023

About the role

The Camas Support Worker’s additional role is to ensure that all residential volunteers receive an appropriate level of support and supervision, from before they arrive until they leave. The post holder will also coordinate the volunteer recruitment process in close liaison with the Camas Coordinator. They will additionally liaise with groups and advise the team on support needs for vulnerable guests, and provide training and support for the team in specialist areas surrounding these.

Read the full job description in the essential reading below.

Essential reading

Camas Support Worker Job Description

Working for the Iona Community at Camas

Read the Transforming Lives document and the updated strategic objectives to find out more about the Iona Community.


Forms to fill

Camas Support Worker Application Form

Declaration form
Completed forms should be returned to ICrecruitment@iona.org.uk  


Things to note

All applications must be made via the Iona Community application form. CVs will not be accepted.

Closing date for applications: 23:59 GMT Sunday 3rd March 2024

Provisional date for interviews: 7th or 8th March.

Terms and Conditions will be made available for candidates who are invited for interview. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. The post-holder must be or become a member of Scotland’s Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme. Due to the nature of this work it will not be possible to consider applicants who do not already have the right to work in the United Kingdom. 

Camas is a beautiful, unique and remote place to live. We recognise that, as it is situated a 25 minute walk from the road, it can be a challenging place to live. If you’re interested in visiting to get first hand experience of Camas before you apply, please be in touch with the current Coordinator camascoord@iona.org.ukClosing date 23:59 Sunday 3rd March 2023

Music in Worship Facilitator

About the role  

We are looking for a skilled facilitator in music and congregational song to join the WGRG and to lead in this area of our work. The successful candidate will be involved in continuing and developing our ministry through music, by working with critical friends, partners and allies on questions of justice in translation, decolonization, and creativity in music in worship. You will have a strong background in facilitating congregational song, a passion for justice through song, and a commitment to the vision and purpose of the Iona Community.  

Read the full job description linked to in the essential reading below.


Essential reading
 

Music in Worship Facilitator Job Description

Working for The Iona Community – on the mainland

 

Read the Transforming Lives document and the updated strategic objectives to find out more about the Iona Community.  

Forms to fill

Music in Worship Facilitator Application Form

Declaration form
Completed forms should be returned to ICrecruitment@iona.org.uk  


Things to note

All applications must made be via the Iona Community application form. CVs will not be accepted.  

Due to the nature of this role, it will not be possible to consider applicants who do not already have the right to work in the UK

Closing date for applications: 23:59 GMT Sunday 3rd March 2024

Provisional date for interviews: week commencing 18th March in Glasgow or online

Terms and Conditions will be made available for candidates who are invited for interview. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act.

Editorial & Publications Advisory Group Member

About the role  

The Iona Community Trading (CIC) directors are seeking enthusiastic, visionary individuals to join in forming a new Editorial Advisory Group.
As a member of the Advisory Group you will help the trading company and our hardworking WGP staff to grow our influence in a niche market. Your experience of the publishing industry will help set our strategic direction.
You will help ensure that our range of publications is meeting the needs of our customers and providing a strong financial return.

Person Specification

We are seeking to fill 4 vacancies on this committee. If you see your skillset in any of the descriptions below, please considering joining this exciting new chapter in the Iona Community life.

  1. Iona Community Members or Associate Members with substantial and proven experience in the publishing industry.
  2. People with sales and marketing experience in the retail publishing industry.
  3. People with experience in music publication, particularly online audio and/or video
  4. People with experience of the wholesale publishing industry.


Essential reading
 

Discover more about this volunteer post in the Editorial Advisory board members role description

Read the Transforming Lives document and the updated strategic objectives to find out more about the Iona Community.  

How to apply

Please apply by email to Compsec@iona.org.uk with some information about you, outlining your experience and suitability for the role.

Closing date for applications: 23:59 on Sunday 3rd March

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