You are advised to submit your completed application form as soon as possible to have the best chance of being considered. We reserve the right to close the post before the stated closing date where we have a high response rate. We are unable to consider applicants who do not presently have permission to work in the UK. You should note that applications received after the closing date, unfortunately, will not be considered.

Please note: All positions carry an Occupational Requirement (OR) on the grounds of religion and belief in keeping with current guidance. Some post holders carry an OR on the grounds of gender- this will be stated on the job description and/or person specification. All post holders must be able to demonstrate a Christian belief and value system, in line with Mercy UK’s core objectives and values.

Please note: All new post holders will be required to pay for an enhanced DBS through Mercy UK before starting in post. This payment will be refunded to the post holder after the probation period has ended.


Restoring hope and transforming lives in partnership with the local church, Mercy UK is committed to educating leaders, equipping individuals and empowering churches through:

• Effective discipleship resources

• Pastoral Support Services

• Residential Homes for women (with life-controlling issues)

We look to address the root causes of issues individuals face, rather than merely medicating the symptoms or addressing the external behaviour. We want to see every Christian able to navigate their lives from a place of freedom, wholeness and understanding and as such we work in partnership with churches from every denomination, size and location across the UK and Europe providing our range of services.

We are a registered charity (number 1111377), a company limited by guarantee (number 5373315), a member of the Evangelical Alliance and CCPAS.