Join the Team!

God is always on the move and therefore Ashford Vineyard is never stationary! Events and structures are often changing and developing as we seek to bring life to Ashford. We have hundreds (literally) of volunteers, but from time to time, we also have paid vacancies that come up, or even intern opportunities (watch this space for those!!)

Current Vacancies:


AV Compassion Support Worker

Location: Ashford Vineyard Church, Brunswick Road, Ashford
Line Manager: TBC
Salary: £10/hour (£19,500 per annum pro rata)
Hours of Work: 15 Hours per week 
Final application date: 13th July 2020

Job Summary:
In 2020 alone, AV Compassion has met over 500 families from across Ashford to provide everyday essentials and make people feel welcome and valued. Due to rapid growth and ongoing need, AV Compassion are seeking a Support Worker to come alongside AV Compassion guests and offer that little bit extra. The support worker will give guests the opportunity for one-to-one support to get connected into community, see their situations transformed and ensure they and their families thrive whilst increasing people’s connections to God. This role will support the leaders and work of AV Compassion to deliver an excellent service to our community in accordance with the vision and values of Ashford Vineyard.

For full details and how to apply, please see the following two documents:

AV Compassion Support Worker Job Specification

AV Compassion Support Worker Job Description



Communications Administrator

Location: Ashford Vineyard Church, Brunswick Road, Ashford
Line Manager: TBC
Salary: £10/hour (£19,500 per annum pro rata)
Hours of Work: 10 Hours per week 
Final application date: 13th July 2020

Job Summary:
Since its beginning Ashford Vineyard has been passionate about ensuring that the vision  and values are communicated with excellence in a way that are accessible and inspiring for people who are already part of the community, and those yet to encounter it. Having effective communications across the board for internal and external audiences is one of the key ways that we can ‘bring life to Ashford’ as we invite people into God’s story for our town and our community. 

In our context, ‘communications’ is a term that includes aspects of written and visual communication for disseminating information, casting and sharing vision, equipping people to get involved and ensuring our values are inherently present in the ways we interface with all elements of our community. This can be through the written word in emails or flyers, or through medium such as film, artwork, social media platforms and more detailed publications. Our aim is that these communications are high-quality and high-impact, and mobilise people to respond. 

The heart of this role is found in being able to support the church leadership in conveying their vision and communication priorities to appropriate audiences with excellence and creativity. 

For full details and how to apply, please see the following two documents:

Communications Administrator Job Specification

Communications Administrator Job Description