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13 Nov, 2018
The Association of Baptist Churches in NSW and ACT is seeking to discern God’s leading for the appointment of a Communications Coordinator . The role is responsible for providing marketing support services to the Communications & Events Team including email, social media, video, campaigns and website maintenance, marketing plans, event management and customer service.   The role is full time.   The successful applicant will be marketing qualified with skills and experience in: Content management and website development (WordPress and associated systems) Skills and experience in Video editing software preferably Final Cut Pro Experience in eMail Campaign tools, preferably MailChimp Experience in marketing campaign coordination and implementation Events management An understanding of church-based ministry Strong teamwork skills Have excellent Organisational and administrative skills A copy of the position description is available on request by contacting Aaron Veart at aveart@nswactbaptists.org.au. Questions regarding the role may be directed to Aaron Veart, Communications & Events Team Leader, on 0423 670 867. Interested applicants are invited to submit their CV, along with a covering letter and a statement addressing their suitability for the role based on the Position Description. These should be forwarded to Aaron by email at aveart@nswactbaptists.org.au. The closing date for applications is Friday November 30, 2018 .
Baptist Churches of NSW & ACT Epping NSW, Australia Full time
09 Nov, 2018
Cooma Baptist Church is a growing congregation with ongoing stable leadership. It has a culture of love and unity. We are seeking a pastor (3-4 days) with a focus on youth and children. The key roles of the position are supporting the senior pastor, teaching, school chaplaincy at Snowy Mountains Christian School, discipleship and evangelism. The applicant should have theological training, experience in youth ministry, passion for evangelism and strong relational skills and rapport with youth. Accomodation package included. Applications accepted until 30th Nov 2018.  Email applications via the Apply Now button  For further enquiries: 0403 906 755 For more details about the church and application form visit:  www.coomabaptist.org.au   Job Requirements: The applicant should have theological training, experience in youth ministry, passion for evangelism and strong relational skills and rapport with youth.
Cooma Baptist Church Cooma Part time
09 Nov, 2018
Role Description Gladstone Baptist Church (GBC) is seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic pastor to join our team, with a particular focus on Youth and Young Adults ministries. The successful applicant will share their time between GBC, 4 days per week, and its largest ministry, Trinity College, 1 day per week. Please contact us ( gbcadmin@gladbap.org.au ) for a copy of our Application Pack. GBC role The Youth & Young Adults pastor will report to the Senior Pastor, and will work closely with other members of the pastoral team and ministry co-ordinators. The key responsibilities of this role are: Grow, encourage and equip members of the leadership of Youth and Young Adults ministries by motivating, training and mentoring them in the discovery and development of their gifts for ministry Facilitating pastoral care for leadership of Youth and Young Adults ministries Develop and communicate ministry strategies in the area of Youth & Young Adults Oversee budgets, reporting and policies associated with Youth & Young Adults Aid in fostering a church environment that is friendly, caring, and that reflects the vision of the church to “Be the Family of God and bring others into God’s Family” Trinity College role Trinity College is the largest ministry of GBC, catering to students from Prep through to Year 12. Currently Trinity College has a School Chaplain who co-ordinates pastoral care and various programs within the school to support the vision and mission of the school. The successful applicant will report directly to the School Principal, and will work closely with the existing school chaplain. The key responsibilities for this role are: Co-ordinate and run programs in conjunction with School Chaplain Build rapport with staff, students & families of Trinity College Role Requirements/Qualifications Demonstrate a proven track record with and passion for Youth Ministry Have appropriate qualifications, or undertaking work towards obtaining them Registered or able to be registered with Queensland Baptists Good communication skills Computer literacy & organisational skills
Gladstone Baptist Church Gladstone QLD, Australia Full time
09 Nov, 2018
Position Title: Pastor (Young Adults & Equip) Focus Ministry: To pastor and coach/equip 18-30's in our community to live missional lives for Christ Responsible to: Elders Board/Coordinating Pastor Status: Full-time Hours per Week: 38 (Including 4 weekdays plus Sunday) Purpose Statement : To build into the identity and vision of New Life Evangelical Church through the pastoral ministry within the context of the young adults (18-30) of English congregation. This is to the achieved through Shepherding the congregation through relationship, care, pastoral support and outreach programs. Leading the lifegroup ministry and supporting the leaders through 1v1 discipleship. Teach the Word of God faithfully through discipleship meetings and on the Sunday pulpit when required Be a part of the strategic planning for the Envisage/young adult lifestage.  Be a part of the English pastoral team along with its relevant tasks  Be accountable to the programs for members of NLEC to grow into Christ-loving disciples. Fulfil other pastoral and operational duties when relevant to the growth of NLEC, as assigned by the co-ordinating pastor and Elders team. All of the above will be conducted with the collaboration with the Senior Leadership of NLEC, the English Deacon Board and relevant English pastoral team member.  Responsibilties and Tasks: Leadership: to lead and implement strategy towards the vision of the church among 18-30's Communicating and contextualising the church’s vision among the young adult (18-30) demographic Developing and executing strategies alongside the Lifegroup and Young Adult Gatherings (Envisage) core teams To partner with the English Deacon board in achieving the goals of New Life Evangelical Church Building a leadership team of volunteers who will build a disciple-making culture among the young adults (18-30) Identifying, developing and releasing new leaders to build missional disciples. Assisting with day to day church operations (administration, budgets, leadership meetings etc.) To be a part of building engaging and meaningful services for NLEC English Teaching: to equip our community biblically through bible studies and pulpit teaching Working with the English Pastoral Team to develop strategic plans and implement events and programs to equip the church biblically. To prepare and deliver at least 10 sermons a year on Sunday Service in collaboration with the Pastoral and teaching team To prepare fortnightly bible studies for our Lifegroup ministry and to equip our leaders to use them  Provide training for church leaders when required To give biblical input into our strategic and pastoral decisions when appropriate.  To partner with the co-ordinating pastor to plan and execute the teaching vision.  To teach discipleship classes when required.  To provide training for church members when the needs arise Pastoral Care: to live out and develop a culture of care and prayer within NLEC English       Be a point of contact for members enquiries.  Shepherd the congregation to which you are responsible through relationship, care, pastoral support and practical assistance. Praying for and responding to needs identified in prayers requests and through other channels. Conduct pastoral phone calls and/or visits regularly.  Identify people in need of assistance and organize and /or provide appropriate help. Maintain a Christian based awareness for the social concerns of all God’s people. Develop, cultivate and advocate a team ministry among the pastoral team, staff and ministry teams to carry out the mission of the church. Facilitate the utilization of the ministry teams’ strengths to best complement each other keeping NLEC church unity as a whole. Generational Ministry: to connect our generations to God and each other To work with the Lifegroup core team to engage our young adults to attend and value lifegroups for themselves. To work with the Young Adult Gathering (Envisage) core team to engage our young community in purposeful gatherings and events.  To identify and coach up young adults to live missionally in their study/work space.  To co-ordinate efforts to transition year 12’s into the young adult space and then young adults into the adult space. Mission: To develop an awareness of God's mission in the lives of our members. To communicate and encourage our members to participate in God's mission for the world, particularly in their family but also locally, in their study/work space or internationally. Additional tasks and responsibilities may be assigned by the Church as required from time to time. POSITION REQUIREMENTS Skills, Knowledge, Abilities Demonstrates strong leadership capabilities in managing people, teams and project management skills Self starter with the ability to plan, strategize and implement their ministry plans and to communicate to all appropriate parties; A good team leader and team player; A passion for coaching and discipling young adults for their missional calling; Sound bible knowledge and reasonable preaching skill with desire for continuous improvement; Willing to learn and work with the NLEC story, building upon it and challenging from a place of understanding; Character and Personal Qualifications Being a staff member of NLEC the following are necessary: Relationship & Total commitment to Jesus Christ; Commitment to NLEC and its vision; Commitment to the leadership of NLEC, and ability to work in a team environment while keeping Unity in Christ as a priority; Spiritual maturity consisting of a pleasant, forgiving, non-judgmental, but assertive manner; Initiative to the ministry tasks; Confidentiality when appropriate; Ability to work under pressure and remain calm; Ability to meet deadlines (may involve working outside normal hours); Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of team, members of congregation and general public; Job Requirements: To be successful in this role, you must: Demonstrate strong leadership capabilities in managing people, teams and project management skills Be a self starter with the ability to plan, strategize and implement their ministry plans and to communicate to all appropriate parties. A good team leader and team player; showing an ability to build up your team members and to resolve conflicts A passion for coaching and discipling young adults for their missional calling; Sound bible knowledge and reasonable preaching skill with desire for continuous improvement; Love coaching and developing disciples and leaders who will bring the gospel into the world around them Willing to learn and work with the NLEC story, building upon it and challenging from a place of understanding; In addition to the qualities above, we require candidates to have have completed a theological degree.
New Life Evangelical Church Inc Melbourne, VIC Full time
09 Nov, 2018
Bayside Church is a contemporary church in Cheltenham and Frankston attracting people of all ages and is committed to providing an environment where people can connect and make an impact in the community through social justice. The General Manager is a key leadership role at Bayside Church and will support the Senior Ministers and the Board in the management of Bayside Church’s governance, operational, finance and human resources functions. Based at the Cheltenham campus, the successful applicant will be the key management conduit between the Senior Ministers and the other staff.  With the support of the Church’s finance and administration teams, they will develop organisational systems and processes that support the attainment of the Church’s vision and that enable continued growth of the Church community. Job Description Governance Work with the Senior Ministers and the Board to develop, implement and regularly update best practice governance processes. Ensure that sound operational practices are in place at all times and provide the Board with all information and reports needed to enable the Board to make decisions and effectively monitor the performance of all areas of the Church’s operations. Manage all internal governance functions, including preparation for Board meetings, and preparation for Finance Committee meetings in conjunction with the Financial Controller. Ensure compliance with the regulatory agencies. Oversee the preparation of all required returns and reports to those agencies within the relevant deadlines. Develop and maintain appropriate internal control policies and procedures. Liaise with staff to ensure that the approved policies and procedures are accessible, understood and adhered to. Maintain a register of important documents and contracts of Bayside Church and its related entities. Financial Management Work with the Financial Controller to ensure that the Church’s finances are managed in the best possible way. Implement policies to ensure that financial risk is mitigated. Consider and put forward measures to improve the Church’s financial position as appropriate. Operational Management Maintain a safe working environment for all staff. Manage the day-to-day operations of the Church under delegation from the Senior Ministers. Negotiate and manage contracts with external suppliers as required by the Senior Ministers and the Board. Ensure that appropriate secretariat support is provided to all committees and working groups. Oversee the management of all of the Church’s assets. Liaise with relevant leaders in order to assist them with the development of operational plans and the day to day management of their teams. Human Resources Provide staff with advice, assistance and management as required. Develop and implement HR systems appropriate for the Church’s operational structure. Update HR policies and procedures in line with best practice. Actively participate in and assist with the management of the end to end recruitment process, under the direction of the Senior Ministers and the Board. Maintain the HR records management system in line with legislative and regulatory body requirements. Implement a performance management system that encourages continuous feedback and improvement. Ministry support and engagement Build strong working relationships with the leaders of each department in the Church. Encourage active cross-departmental engagement to enable all staff to keep up to date with the current activities of the Church and to support each other with those activities. Selection Criteria Relevant tertiary qualification. Substantial management experience. Experience with leading a diverse team of people. Strong understanding and practical experience in corporate governance and compliance, preferably in the Not for Profit sector. Strong understanding of and exposure to strategic management and planning processes. Strong project management skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills, effectively communicating at any level. Well-developed computing skills. Experience in company secretariat functions. Knowledge and experience in organisational effectiveness and operations management. Passionate and committed about performance and continuous improvement. Preparedness to play a hands-on role and is proactive. Able to motivate others to deliver on tasks and projects.   If you are interested in this role, please submit a resume and include a cover letter highlighting your relevant experience according to the selection criteria. Click here for a full position description –   General Manager 2018 .
Bayside Church Melbourne Bayside Church, 99-101 Argus St, Cheltenham VIC, Australia Full time
07 Nov, 2018
FRONTIER   is a missional leadership internship designed to enable, empower and release individuals for church planting and/or missional leadership within the local church. Its transformational design nurtures  life-long discipleship, faith, and spirituality in an intentional mission context within the grace embrace of a growing missional church community.  FRONTIER  aims to release participants into the wider church to plant new churches, or enable missional ministry to renew established local faith communities. ​ FRONTIER participants undergo assessments for missional ministry and leadership intended to shape and develop the type of missional ministry to which the Spirit is calling them.   ​ FRONTIER  is embedded within St Luke’s Lutheran Church, Albury, NSW, and her missional focus of being a Growing Church for a Growing City.  As part of the internship FRONTIER offers a: Diploma of Christian Studies, or  Graduate  Diploma of Christian Studies, or  Graduate  Diploma of Divinity These are delivered in partnership with Melbourne School of Theology , an inter-denominational theological college, an affiliated college of the Australian College of Theology, CRICOS: 02650E.  FRONTIER  is open to any Christian from any faith or denominational tradition who wishes to explore their missional leadership call in both theory and practice. For more information: see:  https://www.frontiertraining.org/  or contact:  admin@frontiertraining.org.au  or call:  02 6021 3594. Applications close 20th December 2018
St Luke's Lutheran Church - LCA Albury NSW, Australia Intern
07 Nov, 2018
$55,000 - $66,000 yearly
Worship Team Leader St Luke’s Lutheran Church, Albury, NSW Part-Time – negotiable to Full-Time – initial 2-year contract St Luke’s is a sending (mother) church within the Lutheran Church of Australia's church planting initiative.  As a growing church, the congregation seeks to develop dynamic worship experiences proclaiming the Gospel to Christian and non-Christian alike.  We are seeking an energetic, enthusiastic, gifted Worship Team Leader to lead and develop our expanding worship environments that complements our church planting initiative. The exciting and innovative position is a leadership role within an established ministry team, focusing specifically on: the development of people and resources to grow our current worship experience, and developing new worship teams that assist in launching new churches that grow to plant more churches. For more information please contact: Pastor David Grulke ( david.grulke@lca.org.au - 0438311421) or Dean Eaton ( dean.eaton@lca.org.au – 0414 422 270) For a full job description, please contact Tim Edwards, Administrator -  stlukesa@tpg.com.au / 02 6021 3594.  http://stlukes-albury.lutheran.org.au/   Applications close 7 December 2018 Commence January 2019
St Luke's Lutheran Church - LCA Albury NSW, Australia Part time / Full time
06 Nov, 2018
$70,000 - $90,000 yearly
DIRECTOR YOUTH AND CHILDREN’S MINISTRY, CANBERRA   SYNERGY is the youth ministry of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn.  The Director oversees and supports youth and children’s work across the diocese.  The current Director is moving to a part-time position, and the board wishes to employ a new Director from early 2019.  The essential requirements for the role are a passion for developing Christian faith in young people and the understanding and experience to do that in the Synergy context.  There are four key areas of responsibility:  Leadership           youth initiatives across the diocese, advocacy for youth, presentations and preaching Training and Development           of volunteers in churches and camps Management           of people, finances and data Communication           ensuring a strong profile for Synergy through personal relationships, electronic media and public forums. This is an exciting opportunity to influence and guide the Christian life of the next generation in a vibrant, diverse diocese committed to proclaiming Christ effectively in the twenty-first century world.  There is a strong support base for Synergy across the diocese to help it meet the challenge of its mission.   Please make this vacancy known in your networks.  The position may be either full or part-time depending on the circumstances of the successful candidate, who may be lay or ordained, male or female. The commencement date will be negotiated. Further information about Synergy and applying for this role is available on the diocesan website at https://anglicancg.org.au/news-and-events/positions-vacant/ and by contacting the chairperson, Dr Ruth Edwards, on 0438 651 524 Applications addressing the selection criteria and including referees are desired by 7th December . 
Synergy, Diocese Canberra and Goulburn Canberra ACT, Australia Part time / Full time
06 Nov, 2018
$75,000 - $90,000 yearly
  1.    Position Purpose Vine Church is seeking to employ an experienced operations manager to manage and build systems, processes, policies and teams to facilitate the effective operation of our church as we grow. 2.    Main Responsibilities The Operations Manager is responsible for building and overseeing a team of staff and volunteers responsible for providing professional operational services to the entire organisation. You will provide a strategic and operational advice to the Lead Pastor and play an integral role in implementing the vision of Vine Church. You will work closely with the Lead Pastor and Wardens, and be responsible for managing volunteers. The Operations Manager will have responsibility for the following areas: Office Management – running an effective office space which provides needed operational facilities for staff. Ministry Administration – delivery of administration support to ministry staff. Accounts and Financial Management –  oversight of budgeting, purchasing, asset management, tendering, invoicing and book-keeping services. Property Management – management of our residential and church properties including leasing, maintenance, development, and forecasting needs. Events and Project Management – training and support of event and project managers ensuring all events and projects are run at a consistent standard. Communications – development and oversight of a Communications Team involving copywriting, design, and marketing to improve the engagement of members and the local community. Fundraising – establishing and maintaining relationships with foundations, writing grant proposals, and establishing strategy and process for internal appeals. Human Resources Management – the provision of staff contracts, entitlements structures, entry and exit procedures, interview and assessment pathways. Risk and Compliance – the implementation of policy and procedures and compliance with applicable regulatory bodies. Diocesan Management – the oversight of our responsibilities to the Anglican Diocese of Sydney. Technology – the oversight of hardware and software technology used to service the church and property, including Elvanto, Google, Mailchimp, Dropbox, etc. In addition the Operations Manager will be expected to: Provide confidential, timely, considered, and objective advice on strategic, operational, vision, and planning matters to the Lead Pastor. Provide timely and accurate reporting to the wardens. Develop financial, legal, and governance capabilities to support the growth trajectory of the organisation in the medium and long-term. Ensure legal, financial, and policy compliance as required of our operations. Build, maintain and assist the Operations Team made up of volunteers and staff. Cultivate, maintain, and grow a culture of improvement, efficiency, professionalism, and creativity across all operational leaders and teams within the organisation. 3.    Qualifications Essential Evidences a committed, authentic and tested faith in the risen Lord Jesus as our only saviour and hope. Loves the church as the gathered people of God and leads their family to do the same
. Deep love for Jesus, and a strong commitment to seeing people live for the glory of God in all their lives. Strong commitment to seeing lives changed by the gospel via prayer and the word of God. Proven ability in establishing, training and leading teams and their leaders. 
 Clear, humble and an engaging leadership style, calling people to make sacrifices for the cause of Christ. Excellence in professional skills such as clear written and verbal communication, time-management, organisation, and systems thinking. Ability to negotiate conflict between parties. Proven experience in running large projects or event management with a team of staff or volunteers. A track record of expertise in continuous improvement of organisational systems and processes towards efficiency, simplicity and efficacy. Willing to work alongside others in a team and under the Lead Pastor. Willing to commit to the vision and mission and join Vine Church. Desirable Experience in leading a staff team and running an organisation. Strong numerical analysis skills and experience in managing budget. More than five years experience in a similar role. Demonstrates the ability to have excelled in a professional vocation, and is a good cultural fit with the inner city and the people of Vine Church. Active member of Vine Church. 4.    Special Conditions Remuneration will be based on the experience and qualifications of the applicant and can be discussed with the Lead Pastor at time of application. The position is open to male and female applicants eager to work in a complementarian team environment. Suitability will be assessed based on the above qualifications. For the appropriate appointee, a pathway into pastoral ministry toward the role of Executive Pastor may be considered. On this track, the role would encompass pastoral duties alongside operational leadership, and would involve teaching and other ministry contributions. For expressions of interest, please include your resume along with a statement about your life, values, and prior experience. This should be sent to the Lead Pastor (toby@vinechurch.com.au). Position start date is fully negotiable for the right candidate. Applications close 30 November 2018.
Vine Church 200 Albion Street, Surry Hills NSW, Australia Full time