Vacancies

We are currently looking for a Support Worker. See below for more details

All on stepsWe’re a close-knit charity which has stayed true to our Christian calling since we were established in 1881.

The Fishermen’s Mission is an equal opportunities employer so when you work with us, you’re valued, supported and encouraged.

If you think your skills, experience, passion, and drive can benefit the UK’s fishing communities and the families within them, please take a look at our vacancies when they are listed.

Volunteer at Head Office (Part-Time)

The Fishermen’s Mission is delighted to announce its urgent need for a new, part-time volunteer who is at least 18 years old to help support its busy fundraising team at its Head Office near Fareham.

The role will involve undertaking vital desk and online based research in order to provide the Trust & Legacy Manager and the Partnerships Manager with fundraising leads and other information to help maintain and develop its fundraising initiatives.

For more information about the role and/or an application form, please call Sophie Davies on 01489 566922 or email her at SophieDavies@fishermensmission.org.uk.

Support Worker – Brixham

This exciting and varied role is a full-time position that comprises of 3 areas of support for the Brixham Superintendent and the South West Fundraising Team.

Responsible for the day to day administration of the welfare office, including the maintenance of all necessary records and data, drafting routine returns, and maintaining oversight/coordination of Superintendent’s diary and commitments. Responding to additional requests of the Mission Area Officer (MAO) and Head Office staff. Receiving visitors to the Brixham office, providing advice within the level of delegation and/or making follow-on appointments. Be the ‘front door’ of the Fishermen’s Mission, Brixham for telephone, e-mail or written enquiries.

To undertake routine welfare work as directed by the MAO, to assist in case working as directed by the MAO, undertake regular home visits both as required and as part of the South West Strategy, to identify and develop new welfare cases, work within the South West Strategy.

To pro-actively increase the income raised from local communities, primarily in the defined geographic area, in a cost-effective way, and in accordance with national income generation strategies and with strict adherence to the Institute of Fundraising Code of Conduct and the Fundraising Standards Regulator. The role fits within the South West Fundraising Team and collaboration with colleagues in the area is a fundamental to the role.

Please click the following links to download the relevant document.

Application Form – Support Worker Brixham

Job Description – Support Worker

Safeguarding Policy

Equality and Diversity Policy

Application and interviews

Closing date for applications will be Thursday 31 May 

Interviews will be held at our offices in Freshwater Quarry, Brixham on Thursday 7 June

Please send all application forms to Hanna Taylor at hannataylor@fishermensmission.org.uk

Mission Port Officer – Grimsby

This part-time post attracts a salary of £7956.00 per annum for which an equivalent of two day’s work a week is expected. There is complete flexibility in relation to how the hours are constructed. Overall responsibility for Grimsby lies with the Mission Area Officer, who is also based in Grimsby. It is expected that the Mission Port Officer will support the Mission Area Officer in the delivery of the Mission’s work in Grimsby in a number of ways, including the following:

  • An ability to respond quickly with pastoral, welfare, and practical support for fishermen and their families when an accident strikes.
  • A special emphasis on the welfare support of retired and active fishermen and their families, especially those in particular need – this is likely to include home and some hospital visiting.
  • To participate in the development of good relationships with active fishermen in local harbours
  • Spiritual support will include a willingness to work closely alongside local churches in exercising a Christian ministry to fishermen. This might include participation in funerals and other services if such help is requested.

The Fishermen’s Mission is a Christian organisation. It is an occupational requirement that the person appointed to the post is a practicing Christian.

Please click the following links to download the relevant document.

 

Application Form – Mission Port Officer

Job Description – Mission Port Officer Grimsby

Safeguarding Policy

Equality and Diversity Policy

Application and interviews

Closing date for applications will be Monday 18 June

Interviews will be held at our offices in Grimsby on Tuesday 26 June

Please send all application forms to Hanna Taylor at hannataylor@fishermensmission.org.uk