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Job Opportunities at the Garden Tomb

The Garden Tomb is a site of Christian worship and witness located in the heart of historic Jerusalem, just outside the Old City walls. Within this peaceful and contemplative garden there is an ancient Jewish tomb which many believe is the site of Jesus of Nazareth’s burial and resurrection. For over 120 years, the Garden Tomb has shared the story of the Messiah’s crucifixion and resurrection with countless visitors from across the globe. Ultimately, the question as to whether this is the same tomb in which the Messiah was buried is unimportant. What is important is that visitors to this garden have an encounter with the living Messiah today. This is our prayer and ministry.

Since 2017 there has been a surge in the numbers of visitors to the Garden Tomb. Last year we welcomed over 400,000 visitors from more than 120 countries (up from 235,000 in 2017). We know from countless testimonies that the Garden Tomb is a place of encounter with the risen Lord Jesus. Many leave having been healed and having experienced God’s love in a profound way.

All applicants to any position at the Garden Tomb must agree fully with the purposes and ethos of the ministry, must be fully qualified for the advertised position, and must be perfectly fluent in English.


The Deputy Director must be a servant hearted leader with the ability to motivate, lead and manage a multicultural operational team. As Deputy Director you’ll experience the joy and wonder of seeing the Gospel message shared with tens of thousands of people every month, who then return to the nations ablaze with a passion for Jesus and a fresh impetus to share His Good News with others.

Please consider whether you might invest your passions and gifts in serving God in perhaps the most important location in the world.

If you would like to receive a copy of the job pack please contact:
Mark at
The closing date for applications is 5pm (BST) on Wednesday 8th May.