We have a fantastic team of staff at RAD.  

The majority of staff are part-time and work from the office in Matlock or with remote access to our IT network many also have the freedom to work from home or other locations.

We currently have one part-time, temporary vacancy.

Temporary Administrator – Derbyshire Rural Chaplaincy

Do you have a proven track record in providing administrative support?

The Derbyshire Rural Chaplaincy (DRC) needs a flexible individual to support our work in providing pastoral and practical support to the agricultural community in Derbyshire, providing 4 hours a week from early April until October 2020, with further hours being made available up to the end of December 2020, should funding be available.

An hourly rate will be paid plus agreed expenses.

If you are interested you will need to be able to demonstrate that you are self-employed for tax and national insurance purposes, and that you have suitable experience to carry out the role.

A brief and specification is below.

To Apply

Please email, setting out your experience and skills and details of your hourly rate for such work to: [email protected] by 9.00 am on Monday 16th March 2020.

We will shortlist individuals for interview, if required. Interviews will take place on Wednesday 25th March.



Trustee Vacancies

We have recently recruited 3 new trustees (February 2020). However, we are always interested to hear from people that may be interested in working with us in a Trustee capacity, or an a volunteer mentor or professional partner. Please contact Beverley Parker [email protected] or Emma Simpson on [email protected] or call 01629 592970.

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We are currently looking for Volunteer Chaplains to enable the team to extend its reach. Please have a look at the work of the Derbyshire Rural Chaplaincy (formerly Derbyshire Agricultural Chaplaincy) and contact Revd Alan Griggs, Lead Chaplain, if you would like any further details, [email protected] or call him on 07710 088 972.

Volunteers at RAD have played an important role within the organisation, from helping with IT to supporting farmers, village halls and coordinating the oil buying scheme.

If you are interested in any area of our work and have some free time, skills and enthusiasm, then please get in touch. 

Get in touch

Anyone interested in learning more about joining RAD in any capacity, please contact Beverley Parker on 01629 592971 or by email, [email protected]