Opportunities to join us in our work
SHORT TERM WORKERS
BCM Short-term ministry opportunities can be used as a tool for teaching and training individuals for a lifetime of service. Both here in the UK and around the world we have several types of ministry opportunities ranging from 1 week to 2 years: camps, 5-day Bible Clubs, schools work, cultural exchange, street evangelism, construction work, missionary support staff, and much more.
Short-term workers need to provide funding to support them in their work with BCM.
LONG TERM WORKERS
BCM UK has several long-term opportunities available. Please note that the vacancies are not salaried positions. Missionaries need to raise their own support through the faithful giving of others. Workers are classified as self-employed for tax purposes. Candidates should have some theological training and previous experience of working with children and/or teenagers. They must be self-motivated but also able to work as part of a team.
For an application form and/or more information, please contact the office.
Would you consider becoming a volunteer in our schools work? Volunteers must be active members of a local Christian church and get on well with children. Previous experience is helpful but not essential as training will be given. A DBS check will be carried out on all volunteers.
Each summer there is a fabulous opportunity to serve God at our Bible Club Camps. We need staff of all ages and with various gifts and abilities. Helpers must be aged 16 or older and group leaders must be 18 or over.
For more information, please contact the office.
Youth Worker (West Central Scotland)
This position includes ministering to 12-18 year olds and developing programmes to reach young people who have grown -up in the Bible Clubs and various BCM ministries to children in the area. Workers would develop an outreach ministry to young people who are not connected with any other Church ministry at present.
Children’s Worker (West Central Scotland)
Workers will further develop existing weekly clubs in schools and churches, develop Bible Clubs within the local school system at lunch times and after school, encourage local churches in developing clubs and using BCM material, and train volunteer workers to take over these clubs so development may be moved to other areas.
Teacher Trainers (UK)
BCM is looking to recruit both full-time missionaries and volunteer workers to assist with running In Step with the Master Teacher training courses around the UK. You must currently be involved in leading children’s ministry and should have at least two years’ experience.