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17 May, 2019
$23,000 - $55,000 yearly
The ACT Churches’ Council is seeking a mature person of faith for the position of Christian Education In Schools Coordinator, to coordinate the delivery of Christian education in ACT government primary schools. Requires the ability to lead the delivery of prepared CEIS sessions across several schools each term and facilitate assisting volunteer teams. Relevant experience in teaching, children’s ministry or similar is highly desirable, with the ability and confidence to take independent responsibility for groups of primary-aged students and volunteers. Involves liaison with schools, parents, churches, CEIS volunteers, Churches' Council and ACT Education and Training Directorate. Experience in areas such as staff/project management, strategic planning and public relations also desirable. Must demonstrate competent skills in communication, team-building, administration and use of relevant IT programs. Position a minimum 10 hours per week commencement and potential to about 25 hours per week depending on staff configuration during 2019-2020 and beyond. Applicants will require WWVP registration, own car and driver’s licence plus some flexibility in work hour arrangements within the total hours negotiated. Applicants must refer to full job description and selection criteria at www.ceis.org.au/portfolio/resource-day/  
CEIS Canberra ACT, Australia Part time / Full time
15 May, 2019
Northside Baptist is a medium-sized church community on the Lower North Shore. We seek to see communities changed by Jesus through following Jesus, loving people, and living justly. We are looking to appoint an Office/Community Manager. This is a part-time role (loading level is negotiable). If appointed, you will be overseeing a dynamic Office Hub that includes Soul Survivor, Alpha Australia, Seed, Thread Harvest, Cottage Counselling, and Clock & Spiel Productions. You will also be a key part of an enthusiastic and creative church team. In order to apply, you will ideally have had some Executive or Personal Assistant experience and have (or will have) the relevant WWCC and Police checks. This role could be offered in conjunction with the Families role currently advertised. For further information (eg. remuneration) please email office@northsidebaptist.org.au
Northside Baptist Church Crows Nest NSW, Australia Part time
15 May, 2019
Assistant Minister Central Presbyterian Church Ipswich is looking for an experienced pastor to join our ministry team. The role is full-time and is a senior leadership role in our church of 6 congregations over 3 regions. The role will be based around our largest centre in the city of Ipswich. The ideal candidate will have a passion for the gospel, be an effective teacher and ministry trainer, will be able to think strategically about ministry that will reach our community and will work co-operatively with our growing team. Ideally, he will be an ordained Presbyterian Minister. Next Generation Ministries Pastor  Central Presbyterian Church Ipswich is looking for a ministry staff member to lead our children's, youth and young adults ministry teams. The ideal candidate will have experience in children's and youth ministry and be able to minister effectively to families. The role requires the ability to motivate and train leaders, lead healthy teams and think strategically about effective family ministry. The role is full-time and will be filled by someone with theological training from an evangelical college. Central Church is located in Ipswich, Queensland about 45 minutes south-west of Brisbane with over 400 people in attendance at services each week. To obtain further details on these two positions, please contact Rev Scott Muir at scott@centralchurch.net.au
Central Presbyterian Church Ipswich Ipswich, Queensland Full time
15 May, 2019
We are seeking a great communicator with strong technology skills who is keen to support a small dynamic team committed to spreading the good news about Jesus in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. This person will facilitate internal and external communication; planning, production & implementation of all marketing materials; database, website & social media management. They will also have some abilities with book keeping and be able to do data entry in our Xero Accounts Payable system. Desired skills are: Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Some experience as a book keeper. Training will be provided. Graphic Design skills preferred but not essential. Proficiency with the following technologies: Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and Bridge; Microsoft Office Excel and Word; Wordpress or similar CMS; Elvanto Church Management system; Mailchimp Email campaign management; Xero Accounts Payable. Experience with SEO, Google analytics and social media reporting would also be helpful. Please send your written application letter and CV to office@stmarksdp.org
St Mark's Church Darling Point NSW, Australia Part time
13 May, 2019
Northside Baptist is a medium-sized church community on the Lower North Shore. We seek to see communities changed by Jesus through following Jesus, loving people, and living justly. We are looking to appoint a new person in Families Ministry as our previous worker has moved into a new role within our church. This is a part-time role (loading level is negotiable). If appointed, you will be working with parents towards the discipleship of over 60 children (ages 1-12). You will also be a key part of an enthusiastic and creative church team. In order to apply, you will need to have had tertiary training and subsequent experience working with children as well as the relevant WWCC and Police checks. This role could be offered in conjunction with the Office/Community role currently advertised. For further information (eg. full role description, remuneration) please email office@northsidebaptist.org.au
Northside Baptist Church Crows Nest NSW, Australia Part time
13 May, 2019
Newly created foundation supporting Australia's most vibrant Catholic Diocese Raise significant funds from major donors and gifts in wills Parramatta based, paid parking and attractive salary   The Organisation     Western Sydney is Australia’s most culturally diverse region.  Growth over the last 30 years has been driven by refugees and economic migrants from across Asia, India, Africa and South America. The region is marked by extreme disadvantage but with the growth of economic hubs there is also an emerging wealth.    It is within this dynamic that the Diocese of Parramatta was created in 1989 to serve the faithful and provide ministry to those in need.  The funds from the foundation are used to provide pastoral care, family and parenting support services, disability services, gambling and financial counselling, drop in and neighbour centres. Benefits & Culture Newly created Foundation supporting Australia’s most vibrant Catholic diocese Raise significant funds from major donors and gifts in wills Parramatta based, paid parking & attractive salary The Role    Supporting the priorities of the Foundation you will be responsible for the strategic management and operational execution of the major gifts and gifts in wills program. Specifically you will: Qualify, cultivate, solicit and provide stewardship of major and mid-value benefactors Launch and lead the Parramatta Catholic Foundation Gifts in Wills Program Manage a portfolio of prospects and benefactors Develop proposals and ensure effective cultivation to secure significant gifts Participate in strategic planning across fundraising and donor communication strategy Skills Required    This role would be suited to a candidate with experience raising significant funds in a large, complex organisation either through philanthropic fundraising or relationship based sales. You will be experienced in having purposeful conversations with a wide range of people that leads to securing major gifts/significant revenue.    The key to your success in this role will be: Proven experience managing major donor giving / client relationships from end to end Emotional intelligence with a communication style that engages a wide range of people Demonstrated experience in navigating large scale and highly complex environments The ability to work in alignment with the values of the Catholic Church and its traditions To help advance the work of this Catholic Diocese please apply by sending your cover letter and resume in MS Word format. Alternatively, please call Lisa Morell 02 8243 0570.
NGO Recruitment Sydney NSW, Australia Full time
02 May, 2019
About Scripture Union Queensland Scripture Union Queensland is a Christian not-for-profit with a heart for youth and children. We are the largest provider of school chaplains in Australia, and each chaplain is uniquely placed to support our children and young people as they navigate life’s increasingly complex issues. We run camps, community outreach events and At-Risk Youth programs, and offer nationally recognised training programs in youth work at both Certificate IV and Diploma levels. About the role Reporting to the IT Manager, this role will see the successful applicant become a key member of the IT team. The Software Developer is responsible for the ongoing maintenance and development of SU Qld’s internal Intranet, public web based services, automation of internal IT Systems, proprietary software products and custom solutions to integrate with external providers and cloud-based services.  You can expect to be working primarily with PHP, Python, JavaScript, MySQL, Git, Docker, Linux (Ubuntu). In addition to maintaining our existing software-based solutions, we are looking for a candidate who is enthusiastic about helping us investigate and adopt appropriate new tools and technologies in support of SU Qld’s mission.  This is a full-time contract for 12 months. The ideal candidate will have multiple years professional experience in each of the following areas: Multiple object-oriented programming languages (at least one of them being Javascript, Python or PHP) A mainstream relational database and ORM layer (ideally MySQL / Doctrine) Developing in a Linux environment and writing robust production-grade Linux shell scripts Working on a large, complex codebase using Object-oriented design principles Using a modern VCS such as git to share code in a team environment   The following technical skills are also highly desirable for this role: Web frontend design using HTML/CSS Experience with jQuery or AngularJS Experience with modern web frontend tools such as React, Angular, Sass, Webpack Exposure to and understanding of unit testing (such as PHPUnit) Exposure to PHP frameworks (particularly Symfony) Experience working with packaging and dependency management tools such as Composer or NPM. Use of Docker and/or Kubernetes for containerization and deployment Understanding of continuous integration, release cycles and development processes Experience working with a full-featured language type system e.g. TypeScript or Mypy Experience creating / maintaining web APIs (RPC, REST, GraphQL) Proven skills in UI/UX Design Applications In order to be considered for this role, please complete your application including the following: Cover Letter– Clearly outlining how you meet the key accountabilities listed above under “The ideal candidate will have…” and your cultural fit within SU QLD. No more than two pages in total. Click here to be directed to our website for a copy of the role statement Current CV   Please email your application to vacancies@suqld.org.au . The closing date for this position is Monday 20th May 2019.  For all other general enquiries please contact People Services on (07) 3112 6566. (Recruitment agencies need not enquire or apply. Only direct candidate applications will be considered.)  
Scripture Union Queensland Fortitude Valley QLD, Australia Full time
30 Apr, 2019
About Scripture Union Queensland Scripture Union Queensland is a Christian not-for-profit with a heart for youth and children. We are the largest provider of school chaplains in Australia, and each chaplain is uniquely placed to support our children and young people as they navigate life’s increasingly complex issues. We run camps, community outreach events and At-Risk Youth programs, and offer nationally recognised training programs in youth work at both Certificate IV and Diploma levels. About the role We are seeking a passionate Fundraising Coordinator with previous strategic fundraising expertise and experience.   Reporting to the Fundraising Manager, you will assist the team manager with the implementation of SU QLD’s fundraising strategies and initiatives.  You will be responsible for developing donors in specified segments and nurturing those donors up the donor pyramid.  The Fundraising Coordinator will organize fundraising activities within specified segments to reach revenue targets while ensuring that it is a supported and positive experience for the supporter.  The ideal candidate will have: Highly developed customer service and communication skills (especially via phone and electronic communication) Minimum 3 years’ fundraising and partnership experience in the not-for-profit sector Demonstrated experience in assisting in the development of fundraising strategy creation and implementation Demonstrated hands-on experience and proven ability to grow and develop long term and long-lasting relationships with donors Demonstrated strong organisational skills and abilities Experience in communicating in a range of settings to a wide variety of people CFRE or FIA Certificate of Fundraising or Degree qualified in business, fundraising or marketing related disciplines preferred Applications In order to be considered for this role, please complete your application including the following: Cover Letter– Clearly outlining how you meet the role requirements, including your cultural fit within SU QLD and with how you meet the key accountabilities listed above in bullet points under the “The ideal candidate will have” No more than two pages in total. Click here to be directed to our website for a copy of the role statement Current CV Please email your application to vacancies@suqld.org.au . The closing date for this position is Monday 27th May 2019.  For all other general enquiries please contact People Services on (07) 3112 6566. (Recruitment agencies need not enquire or apply. Only direct candidate applications will be considered.)
Scripture Union Queensland Fortitude Valley QLD, Australia Full time