*Residental staff at Nicholaston House form a small intentional Christian community*

Nicholaston House Logo“Our community is small and the team have felt called by God to come and join us. All residential community members, regardless of their area of responsibility, are committed Christians and have some sense of calling to community and involve themselves in all aspects of the work of Nicholaston House.

The residential House team are supported by a small number of external staff and volunteers, many of whom are committed Christians.

The residential community team at Nicholaston House are considered to be an ‘intentional community’ as members of the team have chosen to become part of the community, receiving renumeration lower than those in the commercial sector. As such, community members receive an allowance that falls outside of the National Minimum Wage Regulations. The role is based on a 40 hour week and complies with Working Time Regulations. Shift patterns can vary and include early mornings to assist with preparing/serving breakfast and also late evenings to cover evening meal times/lock up. As a Christian Retreat and Conference Centre, the House is often in use 7 days a week. The House closes for Christmas week and Easter weekend.

The role can be physically demanding and applicants will need to be able to undertake a number of physical tasks, including servicing bedrooms, cleaning, cooking and light maintenance work.”

Key Conditions of Employment:

  • Residential ‘live-in’ general assistant - part of the Nicholaston House Community.
  • The role requires the successful applicant to reside at Nicholaston House, Christian Retreat and Conference Centre, Penmaen, Gower, Swansea, SA3 2HL
  • 40 hours per week.
  • Accommodation and meals (in kind) provided.
  • Ongoing training and support.
  • The allowance receivable for this ‘live in’ role is £112/week.
  • Pro rata leave is 28 days per annum, including public holidays.
  • The probationary period is 6 months.
  • The successful candidate will be able to work within the Christian ethos of Swansea City Mission and Educational Trust.

Closing date: 21st August 2017 (applications must be received by 5pm)

For full information or to apply, click here to visit the Nicholaston House website

For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Ian Ambrose (Operations Manager) or Anita Molnar (Housekeeping Manager) on (01792) 371317.

Candidates will be assessed initially by application form. C.V’s on their own will not be accepted by may be submitted to accompany application forms. 

Applicants are advised to read the job description and person specification before completing the application form. Applicants are encouraged to learn about Swansea City Mission and Educational Trust (Nicholaston House) - details are available on the website: www.nicholastonhouse.org