New decade, renewed vision, a new CEO for Million Minutes.
Million Minutes (Catholic National Youth Charity) is looking for an ambitious, committed, and enthusiastic leader to help take them into the new decade. Could it be you?
After nine years of voluntary leadership the time has come for Million Minutes to grow into the next phase of its development. Building on the success of the Celebrating Young People's Awards, siLENT, Courtyard and our Catholic social teaching projects, this new role provides someone with a unique opportunity.
Founder and current voluntary CEO says: "It's been a privilege to help build Million Minutes to what it is today, but the time has come for someone else to join us and help share the impact of our work with many more young people. They'll lead a small staff team and work closely with the founders, the trustees and volunteers. It is an ideal role for someone with a passion for young people, the Church and making difference in the world today."
Million Minutes wants young people to know that society needs them, that the Church needs them. They should know that their energy and vibrancy is valued and that we have faith in them to change their world. For this to be realised Million Minutes believes we need a society and a Church committed to making a real change for young people. This means making young people a priority and taking real time for them. So, inspired by Pope Francis' vision put forward in his letter on youth, Christus Vivit, Million Minutes will work to inspire, accompany and equip the Catholic community to reach out to more young people and to support them to be the means of change in their lives. In order to bring this vision to life they are seeking their first full time CEO.
For more information please visit: https://millionminutes.org/vacancies.
Deadline for applications is 27 January 2020.
Interviews: Early February (There will be a two stage interview process).
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