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28 Feb, 2020
St Mark's Church at Darling Point is seeking a gospel-hearted and enthusiastic person to oversee its growing youth ministry for 1 day per week. St Mark's is also seeking to employ a person to work in our creche on Sunday mornings. Successful applicants will need current WWCC
St Mark's Church St. Mark's Church, Darling Point Road, Darling Point NSW, Australia Part time
28 Feb, 2020
About us Sydney Diocesan Services (SDS) is committed to enhancing the capacity for mission through the provision of a range of professional services to organisations and churches in the Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney. SDS is embarking on a journey to meet the changing needs of its stakeholders and this role is an opportunity to impact the Diocese with your expertise. About the role The Diocesan & Corporate Services (D&CS) team is seeking a key team member to provide support to parishes of the Diocese, with a focus on providing guidance and resources to help with their financial responsibilities. In this role you will be responsible for a number of key areas, including: Administering the Parish Cost Recovery charge process to parishes Administering Superannuation contributions, Stipend Continuance premiums, Long Service Leave contributions and Sickness and Accident contributions; along with coordinating individual claims. Responding to parish phone and email queries about these matters The D&CS team provides services to the Synod and the Standing Committee, as well as many of the central organisations of the Diocese. The Parish Support Partner will have opportunity to be involved in projects and events (such as Synod) alongside the rest of the D&CS team. About You You will have had experience in an office environment, where you have managed your own responsibilities, demonstrated a positive and proactive approach coupled with excellent client service skills. You will have strong Microsoft office skills (Word and Excel in particular). As this role is financially focused, we envisage you will enjoy the detail of financial transactions, have experience in banking, accounting or financial management, and a passion to serve the church. You will likely have degree level qualifications, but this is not essential. Consistent with the ethos and values of SDS, applicants for the position should have a demonstrated Christian commitment, ideally as a member of an Anglican church in the Diocese. Apply now with a covering letter and resume to recruit@sydney . anglican . asn . au Email  for a position description.                                                                                         
Sydney Diocesan Services Town Hall, Sydney Full time
26 Feb, 2020
$7,143 - $9,117 yearly
Ministry Opportunity: Children's Pastor New Sound Church (NSC) is looking for an enthusiastic and dynamic person to teach, guide and nurture our primary-aged children. The role is part-time (6 hours per week) with approximately 4 hours of teaching and supervision on a Sunday morning and 2 hours of preparation during the week). NSC is experiencing growth with an increase in the number of children attending and there is potential for this position to expand into a larger role in future. The position description is attached along with NSC's values & culture. If you are interested, please send your CV and a brief covering letter to by Friday, 27 March 2020. Qualifications / Prior Experience Tertiary qualifications in the areas of Theology or Christian Ministry are desirable but not necessary. Prior experience in leading, caring for and pastoring children will be looked upon favourably. Remuneration $7,143 - $9,117 per annum depending on experience. Salary packaging benefits available. Car allowance may be payable.
New Sound Church Bankstown NSW, Australia Part time
26 Feb, 2020
Bring your passion for coffee, solid organisation skills and leadership talents to this rewarding role! Koorong has an exciting career opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated person to manage our Springwood Pages café. Support Koorong’s mission as a Christian retailer through this key role and be rewarded with a friendly and fun workplace. Role Specifics: This role will require a manager that can work independently and at times with minimal coverage. The Café Manager is responsible for overseeing all daily operations and administration of the café. Their key purpose is to ensure the café is a successful business that provides exceptional service to existing and new customers. Preparing high quality food and beverages to food safety standards and WHS guidelines is essential. Staff supervision, rostering, managing café budgets and expenditure is also an important part of this role. Key Criteria: The successful candidate will have at least 12 months experience in a similar hospitality role. Significant awareness of WHS and food handling hygiene standards is essential. We are looking for a hard worker with a customer-focused approach, excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Solid organisational skills and the ability to focus on completing tasks on time is also highly valued. A Café Manager who can make the perfect cup of coffee is welcomed as we also require a candidate with great Barista skills. Benefits: Add value to your career in this rewarding role Staff discounts available at our Koorong stores and cafes Friendly team environment and training on site Koorong is Australia’s leading Christian resource centre. With 14 stores Australia-wide and a thriving website and 6 Pages Cafés, Koorong provides products with life changing possibilities! Pages Café provides not only a welcome rest and sustenance for Koorong customers during their shopping experience, but also draws its own customers to the premises. Koorong is part of Bible Society Australia Group. TO APPLY Send a resume with cover letter, noting your availability to: e: Closing Date: ASAP
Koorong Springwood QLD, Australia Full time
25 Feb, 2020
ISCAST seeks expressions of interest for a Program Director (part-time) Melbourne – flexible arrangements – half-time approx.  ISCAST is growing as we fulfil our strategic mission of engaging Australians in constructive conversation between Christian faith and the sciences. Opportunities abound and we need an enthusiastic person to join the team. This is an exciting chance to be part of a vital Christian ministry and outreach. The role of Program Director The Program Director will work alongside the Executive Director in coordinating ISCAST activities across Australia. The activities of ISCAST include the following: Promoting a constructive conversation between Christianity and the sciences Engaging with ISCAST members and fellows Developing resources for a wide network of people interested in science and Christianity Organising public lectures and symposia Speaking in schools to students and staff Speaking in churches and other Christian settings Fostering relationships with the media and providing comment, interviews, articles etc. Growing the ISCAST social media presence Running regular national conferences Publishing resources on the ISCAST website Publishing books Maintaining the ISCAST public library Prerequisites for the role of Program Director A commitment to the Mission, Vision and Values of ISCAST Management, communication, and people skills A commitment to learn, to work in a team, and to empower volunteers A high degree of responsibility and attention to detail Computer skills including MS Word and Excel Background and experience that lends itself to working for ISCAST The next step If this opportunity might suit you, please contact the ISCAST Executive Director, Chris Mulherin by email at . In your email, please say, in a couple of paragraphs, why you are interested in the role and why you think you are suitable. Please note that, at this stage, this is not a formal job application. Due to the flexible nature of the role, we are keen to enter into preliminary conversations with potential applicants.
ISCAST–Christians in Science and Technology Melbourne VIC, Australia Part time
21 Feb, 2020
This role requires you to be passionate about sharing Jesus in a cross-cultural context. You should also be committed to caring for the unique needs of seafarers, many of whom spend months away from home. The Dampier Seafarers Centre provides spiritual and practical care to thousands of seafarers from many nations who visit our Centre  when they come into port. The Centre provides onshore recreation, wifi, currency exchange, food and shopping and offers terrific opportunities to share the gospel and give away Bibles and literature.   As Head of Mission, you will oversee chaplaincy (including visiting seafarers onboard ship) and the Centre operations. Reporting to you are the Shop Manager and a team of volunteers.  You should be theologically trained and an ordained Anglican minister. For more information: Bishop 08 9921 7277 or Registrar 0433 033 174. Click here for application pack.
Anglican Diocese North West Australia Dampier WA, Australia Full time
21 Feb, 2020
Commercially focused Church owned Financial services organisation Strong values-based Brand Newly created position.   Our client, ACS Financial are a financial services company dedicated to specifically servicing the Church, Charitable, School and Ministry Sectors.  Established for over 25 years, they have forged an excellent reputation in providing quality Insurance, lending and investment solutions to their clients nationally and they are looking to continue to further expand into these sectors.  Due to their ongoing growth they are now seeking to appoint an experienced Insurance Broker to help them to continue to grow their strong and profitable Insurance business in Australia. Working across their broad client base in the churches, schools and commercial sectors, you will provide ongoing professional insurance broking services and exceptional customer service to ACFS customers nationally.               You will also;   Provide Broking services to new and existing clients. Assist in business development activities and strategies where required Attend conferences and represent ACSF. Discuss and prepare Insurance quotes within established limits ensuring compliance with company’s legal and ethical requirements.  The successful candidate will possess a solid track record of achievement in a broking role, hold a recognised Insurance qualification and have proven Insurance broking experience in either the Church or commercial sectors. You will have excellent people skills, be highly organised and have a commitment to quality assurance and compliance. You will be a person who enjoys working in a team environment, but can work independently to complete assigned tasks.   Your strong alignment to the values of this Christian organisation and an understanding of the church and not-for-profit sectors will be highly regarded.    In return the company offers you a rare opportunity to join a growing and successful values-based organisation that is making a real difference, where you can use your talent and be really valued for the contribution you make.  You will be supported with ongoing training and a great culture. The salary package for this role is designed to attract the right candidate.  To apply for this role, please forward your CV  and cover letter to- or for an initial discussion about the role please contact Linton Deane on 03-9653 9468.   Eagle HR Consulting, Level 27, 101 Collins st, Melbourne VIC 3000.
Eagle HR Consulting P/L Surrey Hills VIC, Australia Full time