If you would like your notice put onto this noticeboard, please send a request to Jessica at email@example.com.
The Interchurch Council for Hospital Chaplaincy (ICHC) comprises a broad composition of Churches. We are committed to promoting, maintaining and developing, relevant, flexible, and competent Chaplaincy services within the Aotearoa New Zealand healthcare environment. The primary purpose of our ministry is to foster good health through excellence in pastoral care. Our Chaplains stand alongside other healthcare professionals in the hospital setting. We are committed to the principles of partnership expressed in the Treaty of Waitangi. Spiritual care and support is provided by Christian Chaplains in the most appropriate way for all healthcare clients, regardless of religious denomination, faith-orientation, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation. Clients are at liberty to access the spiritual care of their choice. Our Chaplains' role is to coordinate that process.
Applications are being sought for experienced Chaplains and other suitably trained and qualified clergy with relevant tertiary training for this permanent, full-time Hospital Chaplaincy position at MidCentral District Health Board.
A full Job Description and Application Form are available from the website www.ichc.org.nz
Applications (Covering Letter, Application Form and CV) must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Friday, 30 November 2018.
Otago Tertiary Chaplaincy Trust Board
Otago Tertiary Chaplaincy Trust Board
Part-time Maori Chaplain (0.2 Permanent) at the University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic
The Otago Tertiary Chaplaincy Trust Board (OTCTB) is an ecumenical Christian Board responsible for providing Chaplaincy at Otago Polytechnic and at the University of Otago. The Board seeks to further enhance its partnership and covenant relationship with Maori students, staff and community. To this end, we are seeking to appoint a part-time (0.2 Permanent) Maori Chaplain to serve the Maori community on the campuses of the University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic.
This position is open to persons of Christian faith, lay or ordained. There is a preference for those with experience working in a Tertiary Chaplaincy context. Applicants must be in good standing within their Christian denomination.
Closing Date: Monday 26 November 2018. Please send your CV and a covering letter to David Ojala, Secretary, Otago Chaplaincy Trust Board; Email email@example.com
If you would like to discuss this position with the Board Chair, Professor Paul Trebilco, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Paul on (03) 479 8798.
Vicar of Warkworth
Applications are now open for the Position of Vicar of Warkworth.
Full details are in the attached Parish Profile.
Please apply in writing with CV and a covering letter to Bishop Jim White at email@example.com
Details of closure of applications and interview dates to follow.
Diocesan Ministry Educator Role
Full-time Vicar, Riccarton-Spreydon Parish
The parishioners of the Riccarton-Spreydon Parish are seeking a full-time vicar for their suburban, traditional/conservative recognisably Anglican parish, where mixed styles of worship can be experienced – both traditional and contemporary expressions. Riccarton-Spreydon is an energetic, busy, financially secure parish with a missionary orientation, both on overseas mission and continuing local outreach. Being a newly merged parish, they are uniquely poised to grow further.
Director of Theology House
Regional Dean in the Bay of Plenty
Vacancy: Regional Dean in the Bay of Plenty, Diocese of Waiapu
The Bishop of Waiapu seeks expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced priests for the position of the Regional Dean in the Bay of Plenty and to join the Bishop’s Leadership Team. The role of the Regional Dean in the Bay of Plenty is a senior position in Waiapu, akin to the role of an Archdeacon in other dioceses, which has responsibility for providing support to the clergy, wardens and parishes across the Bay of Plenty.
Experience in all aspects of parish ministry will be an essential requirement for the successful candidate. The Regional Dean will work to implement and support strategic developments across the region on behalf of the bishop and in collaboration with the Bishop’s Leadership Team and parish leadership teams. A sound understanding of parish finances, church canons, policies and procedures, as well as the skills to lead parishes and individuals through these processes is also an important element of the role.
The Regional Dean will be expected to contribute to the development of parishes in the region by forming relationships with the clergy and wardens to help identify areas for development and communicate those to the Bishop’s Leadership Team. The successful candidate will also be a leader and be open-minded to their own development personally and in ministry.
Waiapu has a strong heritage in bi-cultural partnerships in the context of the three-tikanga church. The Regional Dean will be someone who can form relationships across tikanga, support and continue to develop existing bi-cultural partnerships in ministry in the region.
The Bishop’s Leadership Team are looking forward to welcoming a new Regional Dean to their team and incorporating the skills and talents they will bring afresh to the experience of the team. The successful applicant will become part of a highly functioning team that values collaboration and shared leadership and the development of leadership skills for each member of the team.
This position will become vacant following the retirement at the end of December 2018 of a long-term incumbent. As such the new role would likely begin in early 2019 to be negotiated with the successful applicant. The role will require the successful candidate to live in the Bay of Plenty, but the exact location is negotiable.
For further information and to make an appointment to speak with Bishop Andrew informally regarding this position please contact Colleen Marriott – email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone DDI 06 835 2744.
Applications for this position will close on Friday 14 December 2018
Parish of Otumoetai
Vacancy: Full-time Vicar of the Parish of Otumoetai, Tauranga
Bishop Andrew Hedge is looking to appoint a priest as Vicar of the Parish of Otumoetai, Tauranga in the Bay of Plenty. Otumoetai is a suburb of Tauranga City, on the north-western peninsula of the city looking out toward Tauranga Harbour, Mt Maunganui and Matakana Island.
The parish has one worship centre, St John’s Church, which is a well-maintained plant offering flexibility in the worship space and includes several meeting areas, offices and a hall in one integrated building. The parish operates the “Oasis Op Shop and Drop-in Centre” in the set of shops adjacent to the church. The ministry of the parish includes Messy Church, three playgroups, a Toy Library, pastoral care team and a wide range of parish and other community-facing activities. It has served the local community since the early 1950’s and continues to do so in this fast-growing part of New Zealand. The parish does not own a vicarage so instead a housing allowance or rental accommodation will be provided within the parish for the successful applicant.
The person the parish seeks for this role as Vicar needs to:
· be energetic
· have proven leadership skills with a willingness to develop a team
· be a good communicator, enabler and encourager, with the ability to think and work laterally
· be an encourager of ministry to and with children and young people and their families
· be supportive of Messy Church in the parish
· have a strong liturgical grounding able to provide for traditional and a contemporary worship
· be able to engage with a wide range of music styles
· encourage the parish in its engagement with its wider community
· be able to show genuine interest in people and the life of the parish
· have an open theological perspective
· be a warm and friendly personality.
For expressions of interest please contact in the first instance Colleen Marriott (Office Manager, Diocese of Waiapu) email@example.com for a Parish Profile.
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 21st November, 2018.
Part-time Children and Families Worker
Part-time Children and Families Worker
Are you passionate about helping children and their families engage with and grow in Christian faith? Do you have a capacity to relate to children and their families one on one and in large group settings? Do you have some skills or training for running faith-based holiday programmes, afterschool clubs or family activities? Can you draw together and work with a team of volunteers to build relationships with children and families outside the church?
We are a large multi-centre Anglican church who long to see more children and families coming to faith and living for Jesus. We are offering a 20hr a week position with a missional emphasis, to the right candidate. If you can answer yes to the above and would love to join the ministry team at Kapiti Anglican then send us an expression of interest with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close on Friday November 23rd 2018.