Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland
Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC041857

WPCS is a fully independent charity based on Christian values of tolerance, acceptance, love and forgiveness - offering support to people of all beliefs or none without prejudice, judgement or demands, • that has a robust code of good practice • that is aware of emotional, physical, mental and spiritual aspects of life • that has a strong, reputable, industry-recognised board of trustees • that comprises a team of well trained, supervised and accountable chaplains. Why does WPCS exist? • To promote personal and corporate wellbeing we want to see people and businesses flourish. • To increase personal and corporate resilience. Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland currently has 90 chaplains serving around 1300 workplaces across Scotland. We work with all denominations and have good relations with most other faith groups. Of our 90 chaplains, 10 are fulltime and the rest are volunteers.

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Top job! National Director

  • Full time
  • £46,542
  • Dunfermline
  • Closing 20th March 2020

Due to retirement, WPCS is looking to recruit a National Director who will have an exciting opportunity to build on the organisation’s transformative and transitional journey which ensures the continuation of its vital and relevant work in supporting and encouraging the wellbeing of our Scottish workplaces.

Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland currently provides chaplaincy service to some 2000 workplaces across Scotland. It is a Christian Organisation working with all denominations and with excellent relations with most other faith groups. Every day our dedicated team of Chaplains provide spiritual and pastoral support to workers regardless of race, gender, faith, ethnicity or political ideology. We work with Churches, charities, emergency services, local authorities and businesses large and small. We offer an independent caring presence as well as training and guidance to build wellbeing within individuals and organisations.

This person will have a diverse range of business skills including income generation, strategic planning and ability to engage with a diverse range of workplaces and organisations to build partnerships and a sustainable future. An active Christian faith (this is a Genuine Occupational Requirement in terms of the Equality Act 2010) is required.

If you possess this right mix of skills and experience coupled with high levels of drive and enthusiasm we look forward to receiving an application from you.

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