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18 Sep, 2019
St. Nicolas’ Anglican Church A house of prayer, a heart for Jesus and the hope for Coogee Music Leader Are you seeking to serve with your musical giftedness in a local church which longs to see people in Coogee, Australia and the world saved by Jesus,  transformed by the Holy Spirit, and growing together in love and  devotion to the one true living God?  Then read on. Your prayerful life, your heart for Jesus to be known and your understanding of the place of music in congregational worship and spreading the gospel can come together to be expressed  through the role of MUSIC LEADER. St. Nics’ is seeking such a gifted person who can  play piano to lead hymn singing, coach our singers, encourage the congregation  to sing joyfully, and grow our music group.  It is certainly not essential but if you can play an historic pipe organ as well that would be an advantage.  The position commences in February 2020 but we would consider  an earlier start for the right person who could be  a part of our music team until then. At present the ministry is 4 hours per week. However, more hours will be made available for the right person who can grow the music ministry so that it reaches the broader local community with the message of Jesus Christ.  Could a ‘St. Nics’ Gospel Choir’ become a reality under your leadership? The Ministry Position Description is available at www.coogeestnics.org   Send your CV to  Rev. Craig Segaert.  Email craig.segaert@coogeestnics.org Phone 9665 5409.
St. Nicolas' Anglican Church Coogee NSW, Australia Part time
13 Sep, 2019
Koorong is currently seeking a casual Café Assistant for our Blackburn Pages Café. If you enjoy working in a busy café and love relating with people, this role offers the perfect balance in a fast-paced and fun environment while also supporting Koorong’s mission as a Christian retailer. Role Specifics: Blackburn location Casual role Your availabilities will include 2 to 3 days per week (8-12 hours per week) Monday to Friday Key duties include customer service, food preparation, coffee making, cash register operation, washing up and cleaning duties. Providing a positive customer experience is an essential requirement of this role. Key Criteria: The successful person will have Barista training and experience in hospitality, along with a great attitude and enthusiasm to deliver great food and beverages to our valued customers. What we are looking for: Hospitality experience essential (preferably 2 yrs+) An organized person with energy and initiative Ability to handle high volumes of food/coffee preparation and distribution Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively Knowledge of and adherence to WH&S and food handling standards Benefits: Work with a purpose in supporting the ministry of Koorong Staff discounts available at our Koorong stores and cafes Friendly team environment and training on site TO APPLY Send a resume with cover letter, noting your availability to: e:    suzannec@koorong.com.au Closing Date: ASAP
Koorong Blackburn VIC, Australia Casual
13 Sep, 2019
St Swithun’s is an evangelical and reformed Anglican Church on the North Shore of Sydney with a passion to build and grow our youth ministry. We seek a trained youth worker with leadership skills, energy, spiritual maturity, a love for young people and a burning desire to make Jesus known through teaching the Bible. Such a person must be able to build strong relationships and create opportunities to win young people to Christ as well as discipling them to win others. Whilst being able to inspire and develop a committed team of leaders, the successful applicant will need to be able to get things done, have a vision for youth ministry in Pymble and work well with others in local schools as well as our ministry leaders. Initially this is a three day per week position, starting early in 2020, but we know the right person will develop in the role and have the desire to lead this ministry for years to come. The successful applicant must be able to be licensed as a youth worker in the Anglican Diocese of Sydney. If this is you, please apply by 10 October 2019. Please send a current resume and three referees to Rev. Dr Roger Chilton, St Swithun’s Anglican Church Pymble, 4a Merrivale Road, Pymble NSW 2073 or via email to roger@swiz.org.au.  
St Swithun's Anglican Church Pymble Pymble NSW, Australia Part time
13 Sep, 2019
St Swithun’s is a well-resourced church on Sydney’s North Shore located in an area with many families. We need to enhance our contemporary service offering to better serve the needs of our community, include establishing a morning service that is more relevant to younger families not yet connecting with St Swithun’s. We seek a full-time, dynamic and entrepreneurial, ordained leader with a demonstrated ability in change management to lead our contemporary congregations to grow in their relationship with God and to reach out with the Gospel to our community. Strong collaboration, communication, time management and organisational skills are essential. Experience in cross-cultural ministry would be an advantage. The successful applicant must meet the requirements to work in Australia and also be suitable for licensing as a clergyperson in the Anglican Diocese of Sydney. If this is you, please apply by 30 September 2019. Please send a current resume and three referees to Rev. Dr Roger Chilton, St Swithun’s Anglican Church Pymble, 4a Merrivale Road, Pymble NSW 2073 or via email to roger@swiz.org.au.  
St Swithun's Anglican Church Pymble Pymble NSW, Australia Full time
13 Sep, 2019
Part-Time Staff Position Overseas Council Australia supports around two hundred Bible Colleges in fifty countries in the developing world with over 30,000 Christian leaders in training. The OCA vision is to transform communities and countries through an authentic expression of the Christian Church, informed and facilitated by biblically equipped and pastorally competent pastors, evangelists and church planters. We provide funding and consulting services to many of the leading evangelical theological colleges in the Pacific, Asia, Middle East, and Africa. Overview: Following the resignation of our successful Victorian Director in July, we are looking for a suitable person who can build on that work. A significant supporter base already exists and so the role requires both relationship maintenance and developing of new supporters.  The focus of the role is to fundraise with high net worth individuals and churches in the Melbourne area and beyond. Belief in the vision, values and strategy of OCA is essential, as well as being able to credibly promote our ministry in those contexts. We provide extensive training and support, but the crucial personal characteristics needed for the role are an enjoyment of meeting people; an ability to build relationships that make talking about our ministry a natural activity, and; happily inviting people to participate financially knowing that it is a privilege for the asker and the asked.  Reporting to the Executive Director in Sydney and cooperating with other national office staff, the Victorian Director will determine the strategic and tactical operations in Victoria to further the ministry and implement those activities.  The Victorian Director organises visits of our international speakers in their region twice a year with assistance from the National Office. Presentations in churches and other Christian meetings are a necessary part of expanding the support.  The Victorian Director has responsibility for representing OCA internationally when visiting our partner colleges in the developing world.  The Director will be required to travel to Sydney (1-2 days) several times a year and internationally in the developing world (1-2 weeks) each year.  The role is 2 days per week, permanent part-time. The weekly rhythm can be adjusted to suit other commitments in most weeks. The annual rhythm of work allows for some extra time off in school holidays which is balanced with some busier weeks in term time. The key areas of responsibility are: Building and maintaining strong relationships with existing donors through personal contact. Identifying prospective donors including individuals, churches, foundations and affiliated organisations and cultivate positive relationships. Achieving agreed income targets for the region. Working with the OCA national office staff on promotional events and with our existing group of volunteers. As the ministry grows it may involve supervising staff. Representing OCA internationally when visiting partner colleges in the developing world which could involve consulting with college leaders and monitoring projects.   The ideal candidate will possess the following attributes and skills: Christian commitment and appreciation of interdenominational ministry. Interest in the developing world, mission, and a belief in the value of leadership training. Strategic insight and tactical competence to achieve outcomes. Successful fundraising or sales experience in any field. Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to communicate effectively with high net worth individuals and in various church contexts. Proven organisational ability. Able to complete tasks within deadlines. A capacity to travel interstate and overseas to developing world countries. General computer competence for office work. Sense of humour, energetic, positive attitude. Effective and collaborative team player and an ability to work independently.   Candidates should submit a CV and address specific criteria outlined above. Applications close Thursday September 26th at noon. It is anticipated that the chosen candidate will begin in November 2019. Contact Details: For more information please email the Executive Director, Rev Dr Stuart Brooking stuart@overseascouncil.com.au  
Overseas Council Australia Melbourne VIC, Australia Part time
03 Sep, 2019
Join the team of a new church reaching people from all nations in Footscray, Melbourne! Laneway Church is a new church in Footscray Melbourne that longs and prays for people from all nations to hear, see and experience the gospel of Jesus Christ. We’re a gospel-centred, Bible-driven church, committed to making deep disciples of Christ in ever increasing number for the love of our neighbour and the glory of God.  Laneway Church has grown as a multicultural church reaching young adults and families in Melbourne’s inner-west. We’re an active member of the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches, and we structure our church’s ministry around 5 purposes: Magnification, Mission, Membership, Maturity and Ministry. We are seeking an Associate Pastor who will focus on reaching the lost and building the church through leading two of these purposes. Our preference is for a man who can focus on Magnification as his primary responsibility, as outlined below, but we will structure around the person first and their gifts. A more detailed position description for the role of championing magnification is included below. Magnification Purpose The Associate Pastor will champion the purpose of Magnification by leading Laneway Church to glorify God and joyfully love him with all of our heart, soul, mind and strength, and will engage our local community in church gatherings that are a compelling witness to Christ. Associate Pastor Magnification Responsibilities Shape culture The Associate Pastor will champion the purpose of magnification through shaping the culture of church to magnify God through teaching, infectious personal example, godly leadership and prayer, and working in and with the Magnification team. The Associate Pastor will shape the culture of Sunday gatherings, so that people Hear the gospel clearly Are moved to love Jesus with all their heart, soul, mind and strength Do business with God Wish their non-Christian friends were here From diverse cultural backgrounds are engaged Build leaders and teams The Associate Pastor will build and lead teams and coach leaders involved in Sunday gatherings, and other prayer and praise ministries (e.g. Laneway Unplugged), including the following areas: Prayer Music Service coordination and leading Interviews and stories Audio/visual Multimedia Vibe and venue layout Plan and lead for growth The Associate Pastor will work with the lead pastor and leadership team to create and implement plans to help Laneway Church move through growth stages. He will build Sunday gatherings that connect with people from a variety of cultures who are de-churched or have never been to church. Requirements The Associate Pastor will be a man who meets the qualifications of Titus 1:5-9, 1 Timothy 3:1-7, and 1 Peter 5:1-4, and who agrees with the theological convictions of Laneway Church and who is captured by the vision, mission and values of Laneway Church. Essential A foundational commitment to prayer Driven by the Bible Desperate for conversion A deep love for Jesus Genuinely cares for people Can inspire and empower volunteers Understands others Can build effective teams and lead leaders Humble and teachable Entrepreneurial gifts, with an ability to analyse, strategise and problem solve Desirable A gifted personal communicator and musician Has experience in, and an understanding of team ministry (5M’s/Purpose Model). Has experience and confidence in raising financial support for ministry.  Skilled with communications Theological qualification (or be pursuing theological study) Remuneration The role is for 5 days per week (negotiable).  A full-time option is desirable. Full-time remuneration will initially depend upon the candidate’s ability to support raise to complement their salary. The goal is that over 1-3 years the position will be fully funded from within church due to numerical and financial growth. The salary package is calculated according to our remuneration guidelines and is dependent upon experience, qualifications and life package.  Applications Close 6th October Ideal commencement date: January 2020 (we will wait for the right candidate). To apply or enquire more details about this job, please send a cover letter addressing the requirements, and a copy of your resume to our Lead Pastor, Joshua Allen, at Josh@lanewaychurch.com.au , or call on 0431747370. For more information regarding Laneway Church feel free to browse Facebook and our website.
Laneway Church Footscray VIC, Australia Full time
28 Aug, 2019
City on a Hill began with a small team and a big vision to make a difference in our world for the glory of God. Since our inception in Melbourne in 2007, we have witnessed a special work of God's grace as he has united hundreds of men and women around the mission of 'knowing Jesus and making Jesus known'. City on a Hill has a vision to plant 50 churches that reach 10 cities with the good news of Jesus. City on a Hill now meets across five locations in three cities, and is preparing to plant our next two locations this year. God willing, over the next five years we will launch our next five local churches. In this season ahead it is our hope to grow our next generations ministry to be regularly reaching over 1,000 children and youth. While our story is characterised by constant change and growth, we have maintained an enduring commitment to Christ and his call on our lives in this generation. We are committed to raising up gospel hearted leaders, to build healthy churches, which will reach and serve cities with the gospel of Jesus. Role summary Investment in Next Generation ministry is a newly committed strategic priority for City on a Hill. We are committed to reaching the next generation with the gospel of Jesus. We also have a vision to plant 50 churches in 10 cities. This new role of National Director of Next Generation Ministry will play an active and strategic contribution to peak leadership across the City on a Hill Movement, and will be responsible for overseeing and supporting healthy, vibrant, and fruitful next generations ministries across all our current and future church locations. Responsibilities Peak oversight of ministry to next generation (children and youth) across all City on a Hill locations, developing this area of ministry to a centre of excellence and best-practice. Coaching, training, and support to local City Kids and City Youth staff and leaders at each City on a Hill location. Development of movement-wide curriculum and teaching for coordinated children’s and youth ministry programs across City on a Hill. Working with local lead pastors to support healthy next generations ministry at their respective location, and working with church planters to launch healthy children’s ministries. Oversight of training and development pathways for current and future leaders in next generations ministry. Identify opportunities for innovation, ministry development, and gospel growth in next generation ministry. Key skills, gifts & character Fulfil the character qualifications outlined for a deacon in 1 Timothy 3:8-13. A deep love for Jesus, his church, and a passion for ministry to the next generation. Significant experience and track record leading next generations ministry. Alignment with the vision, mission and cultural distinctives of City on a Hill. Highly developed leadership skills, with ability to inspire shared vision, foster collaboration, and communicate effectively across a large organisational context. Demonstrated ability to handle rapid organisational change. Completed theological training at an evangelical theological college or equivalent. Current or eligible for ordination or lay-licensing as an Anglican minister. Other This is a full-time position. The successful applicant would have a home church at one of our church locations across Melbourne, Geelong, Brisbane or Gold Coast, but would be required to travel and visit all church locations across the Movement. All City on a Hill staff must hold a current employee Working with Children Check, have a National Police History Check that returns no disclosed outcomes that would exclude them from the role, and uphold the standards outlined in the Anglican Church of Australia Faithfulness in Service code of personal behaviour for church workers. Apply For more information or to apply for this role send your CV with cover letter addressing the key skills, gifts, and character above to hr@cityonahill.com.au.
City on a Hill Melbourne, Geelong or Brisbane Full time
08 Aug, 2019
This full-time role presents a unique opportunity for a talented Product Manager to lead the roadmap for a new generation of websites and apps within Bible Society Australia Group. Working closely with stakeholders including marketing and social media teams, content producers and developers, you will be an excellent communicator and influencer who can build relationships and ensure projects meet deadlines on time and on budget.  You will be agile and think ‘audience first’ to manage the effectiveness and profitability of the products as they move through the product life cycle. You love the opportunity to learn more about your users, taking initiative to discover their needs and deliver outcomes responsively, prioritising which great new features make the cut.  You will be the chief evangelist for your products as you build, measure and learn your way to success with products that your users love. Bible Society Offers: A dynamic, exciting and challenging role working with a friendly and innovative team Working within our new custom designed office near Circular Quay opened in 2017 with the latest innovative environment including a digital media studio, innovation lab and extensive library Bible Societies are world-renowned, pan-denominational charities serving the global Church of over 2.2Bn people. Bible Society Australia (BSA) is a national group which includes Eternity News, Centre for Public Christianity and Koorong Responsibilities will include: Delivering digital products on time and budget Communicating user needs as understood through research and testing Planning and communicating the digital product life cycle and development roadmap Reporting on key metrics including user audience measures (like acquisition & retention), ecommerce measurements (like conversion or abandonment), and associated targets Ensuring products are achieving business goals and maximising return on investment Increasing the sustainability of products Managing development stakeholders including agencies and web technology contractors A desire to further the Christian message through the work of Bible Society Australia Providing support to other BSA group digital products and tasks as required Key Criteria: 2+ years of product management experience with practical knowledge of the product development lifecycle Ability to research and prioritise key audience pains, gains and jobs to be done Competent in developing wireframes and A/B testing the designs Familiar with Agile project management and working to fixed deadlines to produce minimum viable products that you can iteratively test with users Solid understanding and execution of Lean product principles Clear communicator and excellent stakeholder management skills Experience in digital and web development (strongly preferred) Proven can do attitude and a willingness to work within a team To Apply:        Send a resume with cover letter addressing the above criteria, to:            dan.avis@biblesociety.org.au For more information, please call Dan Avis on 1300 242 537 Closing Date:  ASAP Candidates are encouraged to apply as quickly as possible, as we will assess applications as they are received
Bible Society Australia Sydney NSW, Australia Full time
16 Jul, 2018
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. School Chaplaincy SU QLD chaplains provide spiritual and emotional support to school communities. They are in the prevention and support business: helping students find a better way to deal with issues ranging from family breakdown and loneliness, to drug abuse, depression and anxiety. They provide a listening ear and a caring presence for kids in crisis, and those who just need a friend. They also provide support for staff and parents in school communities. We have multiple chaplaincy positions available across Queensland. To find out more and to apply go to www.suqld.org.au/partner/become-a-chaplain Please call 07 3112 6073 if you have any questions. (Recruitment agencies need not enquire or apply. Only direct candidate applications will be considered.)
Scripture Union Queensland Multiple Locations Part time / Full time