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Pastoral Care Coordinator » Mullumbimby, Byron Area - Job Description Why you’ll love working with us: An opportunity to build a career with a successful growing values-based organisation Be part of a supportive and inclusive ‘people first’ culture Great salary packaging opportunities and other benefits Coolamon Villa is our 50 bed home offering exceptional care to all our residents. We offer a home-like environment where residents and staff are treated with compassion, dignity and respect. Part Time Permanent Position 30 hours per fortnight Mullumbimby Location Challenging & Rewarding work Not for profit company The role involves the provision of effective pastoral care services to residents and their families ensuring that residents receive pastoral and spiritual care appropriate to their individual needs. To work collaboratively with the service manager and staff. To be successful for the role you will have: Background & Qualifications in Pastoral Care or Counselling (Clinical Pastoral Education, Theology, or Spirituality) Previous pastoral experience in an aged care environment is highly desirable Ability to demonstrate Catholic Healthcare’s values of compassion, courage and integrity Highly developed communication, interpersonal and active listening skills Exceptional planning skills and ability to complete computer based pastoral care plans for each resident Qualifications in counselling are desirable Ability to provide a weekly Ecumenical Church service that will assist residents of all faiths to grow spirituality is desirable NDIS Check or willing to obtain Catholic Healthcare is a leading not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, home and community services and retirement living across NSW and SE QLD. Together, our team of over 4,500 people are dedicated to our Mission of helping the people that we serve to live life to its fullest every day . So, if you’re looking for a role where you can make a positive & rewarding impact in a great organisation like ours, then we’d love to hear from you. Apply online now. Please note that pre-employment checks will be completed for all preferred candidates before an Offer is made. Hello Recruitment Agencies, thanks for thinking of us. Right now, we’re looking to fill this opportunity directly so if we do need your assistance we’ll be in touch. • Sat, 01 JunCatholic Healthcare
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Performing Arts Assistant » Pearce, Woden Valley - Marist College Canberra is a Congregational Catholic school for boys (Year 4-12) operating as part of ‘Marist Schools Australia’. It enjoys an excellent reputation for its pastoral care of students, academic studies, cultural and sport pursuits. The College is driven by staff who are committed to making a difference in the education of boys. Applications are invited for this part-time, ongoing position at the College to work with the well-resourced and vibrant Performing Arts Department. The successful applicant will be a good communicator, who is organised, willing to learn and enjoys working with young people. The PA Assistant needs to work independently and show initiative to support teachers of Performing Arts across Years 4-12 and assist the Head of Performing Arts. Familiarity with musical or dramatic arts terminology and equipment would be desirable, but not essential. Hours of work are Monday to Friday, from 9:00am – 1:48pm, during the school term and allocated staff days. This position is available for commencement from Term 3, Monday 22 July 2024. Please refer to the Position Description (Performing Arts Assistant) for full details. Attachments: • Sun, 09 JunMarist College Canberra
General Assistant » Nambucca Heads, NSW - (if applicable) Provide a reference from your current pastor/minister Provide an additional two referees, preferably employment... • Sat, 08 Jun
Teacher’s Aide – Primary » Nambucca Heads, NSW - of application and CV Provide copies of qualifications (if applicable) Provide a reference from your current pastor/minister... • Sat, 08 Jun
Pastoral Care Coordinator » Randwick, Eastern Suburbs - Job Description Part Time- 1x day per week Randwick location Challenging & Rewarding work Brigidine House is our 30 bed home located in Randwick, offering exceptional care to all our residents. We offer a home-like environment where residents and staff are treated with compassion, dignity and respect. Why you’ll love working with us: An opportunity to build a career with a successful growing values-based organisation Be part of a supportive and inclusive ‘people first’ culture Great salary packaging opportunities and other benefits The role involves the provision of effective pastoral care services to residents and their families ensuring that residents receive pastoral and spiritual care appropriate to their individual needs. To work collaboratively with the service manager and staff. To be successful for the role you will have: Background & Qualifications in Pastoral Care (Clinical Pastoral Education, Theology, or Spirituality) Previous pastoral experience in an aged care environment is highly desirable Ability to demonstrate Catholic Healthcare’s values of compassion, honesty, hospitality, respect and excellency Highly developed communication, interpersonal and active listening skills Exceptional planning skills and ability to complete computer based pastoral care plans for each resident Qualifications in counselling are desirable Ability to provide a weekly Ecumenical Church service that will assist residents of all faiths to grow spirituality is desirable NDIS Check or willing to obtain Catholic Healthcare is a leading not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, home and community services and retirement living across NSW and SE QLD. Together, our team of over 4000 people are dedicated to our Mission of helping the people that we serve to live life to its fullest every day . So, if you’re looking for a role where you can make a positive & rewarding impact in a great organisation like ours, then we’d love to hear from you. Apply online now. Please note that pre-employment checks will be completed for all preferred candidates before an Offer is made. Hello Recruitment Agencies, thanks for thinking of us. Right now, we’re looking to fill this opportunity directly so if we do need your assistance we’ll be in touch. • Sat, 08 JunCatholic Healthcare

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Secondary Teachers for 2025 » Morayfield, QLD - reference from your church pastor/minister. For further information and a Position Description, please email [email protected]... • Sat, 08 Jun
Senior Pastor - Roma Church of Christ » Roma, QLD - Pastor Our Church & Our Community Roma Church of Christ is a small but active congregation, located on the Warrego... industry in the area, and a number of government workers based in Roma as well. The Senior Pastor's Role... • Sat, 08 JunChurches of Christ in Queensland
Rangeland Carbon Scientist » Palmerston Area, Darwin Region - Develop and lead a rangelands research project to identify greenhouse gas abatement opportunities associated with pastoral and agricultural development within the Northern Territory. • Sat, 08 JunNorthern Territory Government
Youth/Young Adults & 6pm Pastor » Mortdale, NSW - With the recent amalgamation of Church@thepeak and Christ Church Mortdale, our church is about to launch into an exciting new phase of ministry and mission in Peakhurst and Mortdale. The combined parish has four congregations on two sites... • Fri, 07 JunPeakhurst Mortdale Anglican Church
Senior Pastor - Roma Church of Christ » Australia - Pastor Our Church & Our Community Roma Church of Christ is a small but active congregation, located on the Warrego Highway approximately 500km west of Brisbane. We currently have a large number of children in the church, but also have a significant number of elderly members. Roma is rural community of about 7000 people, but services a much wider area. Farming is the main industry in Roma (boasting the largest saleyards in the southern hemisphere), there is also a significant mining industry in the area, and a number of government workers based in Roma as well. The Senior Pastor's Role We are looking for a Senior Pastor who is willing and able to work with the Eldership to provide strategic and spiritual leadership, provide oversight for the various ministries in the church, provide pastoral care for the congregation and other members of the community as appropriate, coordinate corporate worship services including a significant preaching responsibility, and lead the church into being more evangelistically active. We anticipate that the major areas of responsibility include: • Ministry Team leadership and strategic planning, including leadership development • Oversight and continued development of the various ministries in the church • Providing pastoral care for members of the church • Coordinating the churches weekly worship services • Oversight of the teaching and preaching ministries of the church • Equipping members of the church to effectively share the gospel with those around them We are looking for a minister and leader who will fulfil the following core criteria: • Deep and ongoing personal relationship with Christ and reliance on His Spirit • Identify with the vision, values and mission of this church • Ability to communicate effectively with love and respect for the current congregation and its history • Well organised with excellent communication, relational and strategic planning skills • A proven track record of effective contemporary ministry and mission within a local community • Awareness of their strengths and ability to utilise the strengths of others to complement their weaknesses • Appropriate theological training is vital as is familiarity with the ethos of Churches of Christ • Applicants must have the right to live and work in Australia • Hold a current Australian driving license. The successful applicant will be required to possess a Blue Card; have a National Police Record Check; sign the Churches of Christ Queensland Code of Conduct for Ministering Persons; and become endorsed as a Ministering Person with Churches of Christ in Qld. Conditions: • This position is open to fulltime or part-time, with flexible working arrangements, salary and conditions negotiable based on the recommendations of Churches of Christ Queensland. • Accommodation can be provided as an option. • The person has the opportunity to join the cohort of pastors from across Churches of Christ Queensland as a wider network of support. • Commencement date will be in January or as otherwise negotiated with the eldership. Application Process: • Expressions of Interest, any questions, or a CV with cover letter should be directed to Roma Church of Christ at officeromachurchofchrist.org. • If you wish to speak to one of the elders please indicate via above email, and we will call you back at earliest convenience. • You will be notified when your application is received, and will be contacted at a later date to notify you of the next step. • Applications will close at 5:00pm on the 31st of October. • Fri, 07 Jun
Farm And Livestock Hand » Omeo, East Gippsland - FARM AND LIVESTOCK HANDS | CASUAL SNOW SEASON ATOP MOUNT HOTHAM | COBUNGRA STATION, VICTORIA The Company Stone Axe Pastoral Company is a leading producer of high-quality Australian Wagyu. With a commitment to excellence in every aspect of our operations, we pride ourselves on delivering ultra-premium Wagyu to both domestic and international markets. Stone Axe Pastoral Company produces and distributes multi-award winning beef brands Stone Axe Wagyu, Cobungra Station Wagyu, and Margaret River Wagyu Beef. The Role We are seeking Farm Hands to join us this snow season, to assist our Farm Mangers and Farm Overseers with the day to day operational aspects of livestock and pastoral management, with the key objective being to maximise the productivity and profitability of the cattle on the property, without compromising plant condition, livestock welfare or other staff. This is an excellent opportunity to work within a close-knit team of other staff dedicated to producing high quality beef in a beautiful alpine environment situated between Dinner Plain and Omeo, Victoria. Skills Experience Required Cattle handling and animal husbandry including feeding, monitoring of breeder calving (mandatory) Operation of farm machinery including light vehicles, tractors, and telehandler tractor/machinery in the snow (mandatory) Horse-riding & low stress livestock experience (desired) Cattle work and yard work Maintenance of and basic servicing of farm plant and equipment Fencing and water trough maintenance General farm duties and maintenance A commitment to and compliance with Safety Benefits Premium Award-Winning Brand The largest cattle property in Victoria by area Excellent on farm accommodation is on offer in a unique Alpine environment situated between Dinner Plain and Omeo Shared single accommodation with other employees Gas and power utilities covered as part of accommodation (Food not included) Annual rewards and benefits program Training & further qualifications programs Access to outdoor adventures, Hotham ski resort is 30km, mountain biking, hiking, fishing Local sporting clubs within an easy drive If this opportunity interests you, please apply via SEEK today; we are looking for casuals who can start immediately Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. • Fri, 07 JunStone Axe
Pastoral Care Practitioner - Toowoomba » Australia - : About the Opportunity: We are looking for a special kind of person - a St Vincent's kind of person. Someone who puts compassion, connection and caring for other people at the heart of everything they do. As the Pastoral Care Practitioner, you will take a lead role honouring this legacy and in nurturing the commitment of all to the mission and values of St Vincent's Care Toowoomba. We are looking for compassionate, spiritual and professional persons to work with the Facility Manager and care team to respond effectively to the diverse emotional, spiritual and religious needs of our residents, and their families. Applicants must have a sound understanding of our Mission and a genuine commitment to the service of the aged, vulnerable and poor. What's on your CV is important, but what's in your heart matters more. Because at St Vincent's, kindness works for us. This will be a part time position working 60.8 hours per fortnight, across 4-5 days each week. Ordinary hours of work will be between 8am and 5pm Mon-Fri. Things that work for us: Attainment of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) qualification, or equivalent (Essential); Relevant pastoral experience in a similar clinical/care/education environment (highly regarded) Tertiary studies in Theology (highly regarded) Tertiary studies in Mental Health (highly regarded) Demonstrated ability to promote Catholic ethos (highly regarded) Understanding of Aged Care and resident rights and responsibilities Ability to build rapport, trust, empathy, or strong relationships Ability to work with minimum supervision Respect and sensitivity in ministry to persons of various religious, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, Life Philosophies and Faith Traditions Competent technology and computer skills Strong attention to detail and excellent communication skills Vaccinated (and maintain up-to-date vaccinations) against Influenza and Covid-19 National Police Certificate (within the last 6 months) NDIS Worker Screening Check. Things that work for you: Competitive salary packaging options up to $15,990, Novated leasing, plus an optional Meals and Entertainment card up to $2,650 per annum Opportunity to work for the nation's largest Catholic not-for-profit health and aged care provider, with a rapidly growing and progressive vision Friendly team environment with a great community care spirit Ability to visibly see your impact on the business and its service No cost uniforms and training Free annual flu vaccination Employee Assistance Program for staff and their families Access to the Fitness Passport (FP) Why become part of the St Vincent's Care family? Because you're like us, you believe that every act of kindness makes the world a better place. Better for everyone who lives in the 20 facilities and locations we operate in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Better for all our staff and employees, who work tirelessly to provide the highest levels of care and quality of life for our clients. And better support for the local communities we play an important role in and continue to support. For more than 175 years, St Vincent's Care Services (SVCS) has been a leading Catholic provider of Aged Care Services in Australia and the legacy of compassion, justice, integrity and excellence entrusted to us by the Sisters of Charity and their Founder Mary Aikenhead continues to inspire our work today. Our spiritual and hospital-based heritage has taught us that wellness is about more than medical needs. It's about building a true partnership around trust and respect. That's why we take a person-centred approach - delivering holistic, individual care that achieves wellbeing for mind, body and spirit. At St Vincent's we value inclusivity and diversity and acknowledge the important of creating a work environment that is welcome, safe, fair and impartial and invite people from all backgrounds to join our caring family. Reconciliation Action Plan St Vincent's Health Australia embraces Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people's unique perspectives, knowledge, and cultural. We strive to achieve better physical, mental, and spiritual health outcomes through continued connection with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. We understand the need to effectively engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to influence decision making at all levels and to create opportunity through sustainable and culturally safe employment. As part of our Commitment to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap in employment related outcomes, we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. For further information, visit http://www.svha.org.au/about-us/reconciliation or get in contact at indigenouscareerssvha.org.au No agencies please. This role is subject to the completion of pre-employment checks which may include reference checks, a national criminal history check, work rights and evidence of immunisation history including COVID-19 and the 2023 influenza vaccination. Position Description and Critical Job Demands Checklist: Contact Details: State Pastoral Care Coordinator, Matthew Hasking, 0459 870 283, matthew.haskingsvha.org.au Alternate Contact: Closing Date: 1 July 2024 11:59pm Reconciliation Action Plan: At St Vincent's we acknowledge the importance of creating a work environment that is welcoming, safe, equitable and inclusive for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Employees. As part of our Commitment to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap in employment related outcomes, we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. For further information, visit https://www.svha.org.au/about-us/reconciliation or get in contact at indigenouscareerssvha.org.au View Reconciliation Action Plan Code of Conduct: View Code of Conduct • Fri, 07 JunSt. Vincent's Hospital
Principal Mentor / Remote Schools Specialist » Alice Springs Area, Darwin Region - Provide leadership in the areas of school strategic planning, fiscal management, curriculum, pedagogy, assessment, human resource management and pastoral care for Principals and staff in small remote schools to enable the ongoing improvement in educational outcomes for remote Indigenous students. • Fri, 07 JunNorthern Territory Government
Design and Technology Technician » Darch, WA - to the Selection Criteria A detailed CV Letter of reference from your current Pastor. The application form and full... • Thu, 06 Jun
Secondary Science Teacher (Temporary full-time) » Darch, WA - : Teacher Application Form Responses to the Selection Criteria A detailed CV Letter of reference from your current Pastor... • Thu, 06 Jun
EXPERIENCED LIVESTOCK HAND » Edenhope, West Wimmera Area - Experienced Livestock Hand. Glen Donald Pastoral Company Located in the West Wimmera of Victoria close to the townships of Edenhope and Apsley, Glen Donald operates a self replacing prime lamb operation. We are seeking an experienced livestock hand to join our family run business. the successful applicant will have experience in: all facets of animal husbandry operating machinery with sound mechanical knowledge pasture management fencing and stock water repairs and maintenance The successful applicant will: work independently have strong communication skills be enthusiastic and self motivated have a passion for the lambing industry have experienced working dogs We will offer an attractive salary negotiable depending on experience. We will also offer a comfortable 3 bedroom house and work ute. For further information please call Damian 0429862349 or email damianmerrett75gmail.com • Thu, 06 JunGlen Donal Pastoral Company
Pastoral Care Coordinator » South Grafton, Clarence Valley - Job Description Why you’ll love working with us: An opportunity to build a career with a successful growing values-based organisation Be part of a supportive and inclusive ‘people first’ culture Great salary packaging opportunities and other benefits St Francis is our 48 bed home offering exceptional care to all our residents. We offer a home-like environment where residents and staff are treated with compassion, dignity and respect. Part Time Permanent Position 3 days per fortnight Grafton Location Challenging & Rewarding work Not for profit company The role involves the provision of effective pastoral care services to residents and their families ensuring that residents receive pastoral and spiritual care appropriate to their individual needs. To work collaboratively with the service manager and staff. To be successful for the role you will have: Background & Qualifications in Pastoral Care or Counselling (Clinical Pastoral Education, Theology, or Spirituality) Previous pastoral experience in an aged care environment is highly desirable Ability to demonstrate Catholic Healthcare’s values of compassion, courage and integrity Highly developed communication, interpersonal and active listening skills Exceptional planning skills and ability to complete computer based pastoral care plans for each resident Qualifications in counselling are desirable Ability to provide a weekly Ecumenical Church service that will assist residents of all faiths to grow spirituality is desirable NDIS Check or willing to obtain Catholic Healthcare is a leading not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, home and community services and retirement living across NSW and SE QLD. Together, our team of over 4,500 people are dedicated to our Mission of helping the people that we serve to live life to its fullest every day . So, if you’re looking for a role where you can make a positive & rewarding impact in a great organisation like ours, then we’d love to hear from you. Apply online now. Please note that pre-employment checks will be completed for all preferred candidates before an Offer is made. Hello Recruitment Agencies, thanks for thinking of us. Right now, we’re looking to fill this opportunity directly so if we do need your assistance we’ll be in touch. • Wed, 05 JunCatholic Healthcare
Italian Teacher (Years 7-10) - Term 3 Start » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Are you an experienced, engaging, and suitably qualified Italian teacher with a passion for language education? Join Our Team as an Italian Language Teacher We are seeking a dedicated individual to join our dynamic Languages Team, teaching students from Year 7 through to Year 10. If you share our commitment to student education, creative inspiration, and wellbeing, we invite you to apply About Us: We are a progressive educational institution committed to providing high-quality education and fostering a love for languages. Our languages program is known for its excellence, innovation, and ability to inspire students to become global citizens. We believe in nurturing each student's potential through a comprehensive and inclusive approach to education. Key Factors: As a valued member of our Languages Team, you will be an educator dedicated to inspiring and educating students in the Italian language. Your role will involve creating high-standard learning environments and delivering our academic languages program with excellence. Responsibilities: Innovative Teaching: Model excellent teaching practices and build student capabilities through evidence-based approaches, with a specialization in Italian language teaching. Student Engagement: Develop inclusive and supportive learning environments that foster positive relationships and inspire a love for the Italian language in all students. Communication: Maintain timely and respectful communication with staff, students, and parents to support a collaborative and cohesive educational experience. Technology Integration: Utilize ICT tools to facilitate and enrich student learning and engagement, keeping abreast of the latest educational technologies. Pastoral Care: Commit to the pastoral care of students, addressing their social and emotional wellbeing to create a supportive and nurturing learning environment. Qualifications and Skills: Italian Expertise: Demonstrated Italian teaching background with proficient skills and knowledge. Flexibility and Adaptability: Ability to adapt to different teaching environments and student needs, ensuring a personalized approach to education. Inspiration and Passion: Role model and inspire a passion for the Italian language, encouraging students to explore and appreciate Italian culture and language. Educational Pedagogy: Understanding of contemporary teaching and learning pedagogies, with a commitment to continuous professional development. Team Collaboration: Commitment to working collaboratively as part of a team, contributing to a positive and dynamic educational environment. Interpersonal Skills: Strong interpersonal, communication, and problem-solving skills to effectively interact with the school community. Technology Proficiency: Ability to use ICT to enhance teaching and learning experiences. Pastoral Commitment: Dedication to the holistic development of students, meeting their academic, social, and emotional needs. Certification: Current VIT Registration is required; qualifications in Religious Education are advantageous but not mandatory. We look forward to welcoming a passionate and dedicated Italian language educator to our team We are excited to hear from you and explore how you can contribute to our vibrant languages program. Join us in shaping the future of language education and inspiring the next generation of global citizens. Apply today to become a part of our dynamic team • Wed, 05 JunStaffing Group
Music Teacher - Woodwind & Contemporary Music - Term 3 start » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Are you an experienced, engaging, and suitably qualified music teacher with a passion for woodwind and contemporary music? Join Our Team as a Woodwind and Contemporary Music Teacher We're looking for someone like you to join our vibrant Music Team, teaching students from Year 7 through to Year 12. If you share our commitment to student education, creative inspiration, and wellbeing, we invite you to apply About Us: We are a forward-thinking educational institution dedicated to fostering a love for music and the arts in our students. Our music program is renowned for its excellence, innovation, and ability to inspire creativity. We believe in nurturing each student's potential through a comprehensive and inclusive approach to education. Key Factors: As a valued member of our Music Team, you will be an educator dedicated to inspiring and educating students in the field of music. Your role will involve creating high-standard learning environments and delivering our academic music program with excellence. Responsibilities: Innovative Teaching: Model excellent teaching practices and build student capabilities through evidence-based approaches, with a specialization in woodwind and contemporary music. Student Engagement: Develop inclusive and supportive learning environments that foster positive relationships and inspire a love for music in all students. Communication: Maintain timely and respectful communication with staff, students, and parents to support a collaborative and cohesive educational experience. Technology Integration: Utilize ICT tools to facilitate and enrich student learning and engagement, keeping abreast of the latest educational technologies. Pastoral Care: Commit to the pastoral care of students, addressing their social and emotional wellbeing to create a supportive and nurturing learning environment. Qualifications and Skills: Certification: Current VIT Registration is required; qualifications in Religious Education are advantageous but not mandatory. Musical Expertise: Demonstrated musical background with proficient skills and knowledge in woodwind and contemporary music. Flexibility and Adaptability: Ability to adapt to different teaching environments and student needs, ensuring a personalized approach to education. Inspiration and Passion: Role model and inspire a passion for music, encouraging students to explore their musical talents and interests. Educational Pedagogy: Understanding of contemporary teaching and learning pedagogies, with a commitment to continuous professional development. Team Collaboration: Commitment to working collaboratively as part of a team, contributing to a positive and dynamic educational environment. Interpersonal Skills: Strong interpersonal, communication, and problem-solving skills to effectively interact with the school community. Technology Proficiency: Ability to use ICT to enhance teaching and learning experiences. Pastoral Commitment: Dedication to the holistic development of students, meeting their academic, social, and emotional needs. We looking for a passionate and dedicated music educator to the team We are excited to hear from you and explore how you can contribute to our vibrant music program. Join us in shaping the future of music education and inspiring the next generation of musicians. Apply today to become a part of the dynamic team • Wed, 05 JunStaffing Group
Cropping Farm Hand - Daysdale, NSW » Daysdale, Corowa Area - Join the dynamic team at Mia Mia Pastoral Holdings and embark on a fulfilling career as a Cropping and Livestock Farm Hand. The Role: Offering a comprehensive range of duties, including—but not limited to—routine farm maintenance, operating heavy vehicles, and engaging in specialised agricultural practices such as sowing, spreading, spraying, harvesting, and tending to sheep. We're seeking a candidate with a mechanical aptitude who thrives both in solo tasks and collaborative efforts and who demonstrates a keen ability to think ahead and take initiative. The Employer: Mia Mia Pastoral Holdings covers 5,200 hectares in the central southern part of the Riverina, dedicating 3,600 hectares to the cultivation of high-quality crops such as wheat, barley, canola, and lupins. A modern fleet of Fendt tractors supports this operation, optimising farming production; additionally, the property is home to 3,400 Merino ewes and features well-maintained infrastructure, including an elevated shearing shed and machinery workshop designed for efficiency and worker comfort. The team includes two full-time employees alongside hands-on, working owners complemented by skilled contractors during peak seasons. The Ideal Candidate: Exhibits loyalty, ambition, and an easygoing nature Possesses a strong, reliable work ethic Is mechanically inclined Holds a Chemical Certificate Has prior experience in cropping and sheep The Offer: On offer is a comfortable, family-friendly 4-bedroom house with an enclosed outdoor entertainment area perfect for family gatherings. Located near the school bus route, the residence offers convenient schooling options. The successful candidate may also receive additional fuel and meat allowances. Enjoy living just 20 minutes from Rand and Oaklands, 40 minutes from Corowa and the vibrant Murray River, and only an hour from Albury. Register your interest… If you feel you’re the right fit for this position, please submit an up-to-date resume along with the contact details of 3 references. Preference will be given to those who supply a cover letter addressing their suitability - that is, tell us what you love about the role and how you think you’re the right fit. For further information, please call Katie on 0408 745 857 or email katiedroverag.com.au • Wed, 05 JunDrover Ag Recruitment
Pastor » Cooma, NSW - Cooma Baptist Church is prayerfully searching for a Pastor to lead our community of believers. Who are we? Cooma... pastor with sound Biblical knowledge and strong preaching and teaching skills. A compassionate communicator with a heart... • Mon, 03 JunCooma Baptist Church
Volunteer - Pastoral Care Support » Klemzig, Port Adelaide Area - Spiritual is important for good quality of life and well-being for people living in Residential Care. Some residents benefit from speaking in a language they are more familiar with, while others benefit from feeling spiritually connected. Volunteers have many unique skills and life experiences that can help our residents to feel spiritually supported. This role requires the volunteer to be comfortable offering pastoral care advice and lead Rosary sessions. Time commitment We are happy to work with all volunteers to set up the most suitable days and times for you. Any amount of time you can give, whether it’s a few days a week or a few hours a month, is valuable for our community and much appreciated. About Southern Cross Care Southern Cross Care has provided quality aged care and retirement living services to our community for more than 55 years. We offer residential aged care, support at home, health and wellness, respite and retirement living services across South Australia, the Northern Territory and Victoria. We believe that every person has the right to experience a good quality of life and that no matter where you come from, life can always be better. That's why our vision is to support members of our community to be Better for life. We’re always looking for people who will be the difference in the lives of our residents and clients, and are committed to supporting our staff and volunteers to share in our vision. Requirements Regardless of the role or location, all volunteers require; A current National Police Certificate for the Purpose of Aged Care, or be willing to obtain one Evidence of your current Flu & COVID-19 vaccinations • Mon, 03 JunSouthern Cross Care Inc
Pastoral Care Coordinator » Mullumbimby, Byron Area - Job Description Why you’ll love working with us: An opportunity to build a career with a successful growing values-based organisation Be part of a supportive and inclusive ‘people first’ culture Great salary packaging opportunities and other benefits Coolamon Villa is our 50 bed home offering exceptional care to all our residents. We offer a home-like environment where residents and staff are treated with compassion, dignity and respect. Part Time Permanent Position 30 hours per fortnight Mullumbimby Location Challenging & Rewarding work Not for profit company The role involves the provision of effective pastoral care services to residents and their families ensuring that residents receive pastoral and spiritual care appropriate to their individual needs. To work collaboratively with the service manager and staff. To be successful for the role you will have: Background & Qualifications in Pastoral Care or Counselling (Clinical Pastoral Education, Theology, or Spirituality) Previous pastoral experience in an aged care environment is highly desirable Ability to demonstrate Catholic Healthcare’s values of compassion, courage and integrity Highly developed communication, interpersonal and active listening skills Exceptional planning skills and ability to complete computer based pastoral care plans for each resident Qualifications in counselling are desirable Ability to provide a weekly Ecumenical Church service that will assist residents of all faiths to grow spirituality is desirable NDIS Check or willing to obtain Catholic Healthcare is a leading not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, home and community services and retirement living across NSW and SE QLD. Together, our team of over 4,500 people are dedicated to our Mission of helping the people that we serve to live life to its fullest every day . So, if you’re looking for a role where you can make a positive & rewarding impact in a great organisation like ours, then we’d love to hear from you. Apply online now. Please note that pre-employment checks will be completed for all preferred candidates before an Offer is made. Hello Recruitment Agencies, thanks for thinking of us. Right now, we’re looking to fill this opportunity directly so if we do need your assistance we’ll be in touch. • Sat, 01 JunCatholic Healthcare
Livestock Transport Operator - North East Victoria » Rutherglen, Indigo Area - Join the Ovens Junction Pastoral Company team as a Livestock Transport Operator based out of North East Victoria. The Role: Ovens Junction Pastoral Company, situated in the heart of North East Victoria, is searching for a dedicated and skilled MC driver to become a vital part of their transport team. This full-time position offers an immediate start for the right candidate, focusing primarily on cattle carting, with occasional tipper duties, and operating a 2021 Mack Superliner. The role entails local and interstate hauling of their products, including transfers from saleyards, inter-property movements, and deliveries to Melbourne abattoirs. We aim for our drivers to enjoy a healthy work-life balance, ensuring you spend most nights at home, though some longer hauls and seasonal busy periods will require time away. The Employer: As a family-owned mixed farming enterprise located in Boorhaman North, our clients pride themselves on their commitment to their employees and work. The Ovens Junction Pastoral Company operates with integrity, balancing hard work and quality family time. Their fleet is kept in prime condition, supported by an on-site mechanic, to ensure the safety and comfort of their team. Offering a competitive package that includes weekly pay, predominantly Monday to Friday work with flexible hours, and well-maintained, late-model prime movers. The Ideal Candidate: Current Heavy Vehicle License (MC) Minimum 1-year experience driving MC vehicles (willing to train the right applicant) Experience in the livestock transport sector will be highly regarded Punctual, reliable and flexible Able to work autonomously and as part of a team Register your interest… If you feel you’re the right fit for this position, please submit an up-to-date resume along with the contact details of 3 references. Preference will be given to those who supply a cover letter addressing their suitability - that is, tell us what you love about the role and how you think you’re the right fit. For further information, please call Katie on 0408 745 857 or email katiedroverag.com.au • Fri, 31 MayDrover Ag Recruitment
Chaplain Wellington Correctional Centre - Dubbo » Dubbo, NSW - as a Uniting Church minister or eligible to be authorised as such, or eligible to be commissioned as a Lay Pastor within the... • Fri, 31 MayUniting
Primary » Morayfield, QLD - . Details of three referees with one being your current minister/pastor 4. Written reference (current) from your church minister/pastor... • Fri, 31 May
Outdoor Education / PE & Health Teacher » Ulverstone, TAS - ability to obtain one). A current Working with Vulnerable People card. A written reference from a pastor/minister. Please address... • Fri, 31 May
Engagement & Support Coordinator » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - JBS Australia's Southern Division, headquartered in Melbourne, has the largest multi-species processing facility in Australia, processing beef, sheep, and goats. JBS Southern processing facilities have access to all major international markets, providing our livestock suppliers with a range of markets and brand opportunities. About the role: Due to the ongoing growth of the JBS Australia business and now an Approved Employer for the PALM Mobility Program. Reporting to the Talent Acquisition Manager, this position will play a pivotal role responsible for the lifecycle delivery of the initial onboarding activities as well as the ongoing pastoral care of our internationally sourced employee groups through the PALM Mobility Program (Pacific Labour Scheme). Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Provide end to end, hands-on support and pastoral care to new employees across a range of new arrival activities including; Accommodation; Transport; Shopping; Banking; & Communications. Work with the Pacific Labour Facility (PLF) to ensure efficiency and sponsor obligations are met Manage site expectations on PALM resourcing based on reporting, candidate arrivals and process updates Conduct meetings with internal and external stakeholder to provide direction, advice and query management Support on continual process improvement efficiencies Ad hoc reporting as required by the business units Maintain accurate data records for immigration and reporting purposes About you: Demonstrable experience within a similar role, ideally with a high-volume blue-collar workforce Working knowledge and application with offshore recruitment, including mobility ("in country" & domestically) through DFAT Familiarity/experience working with the PLF (Pacific Labour Facility) in coordinating/supporting the PALM Scheme Experience working with an "Approved Employer" under the auspices of The PALM Scheme (Pacific Australia Labour Mobility) Knowledge of worker placements from one of the 9 Pacific Island Countries covered by the PALM Scheme Demonstrated ability to provide situational leadership Competently identifies cause & effect relationships Responds calmly in difficult situations maintaining a strong customer service focus Ability to prioritise and multi-skill Strong attention to detail Ability to work in a fast-paced environment Makes self fully available as required Benefits include (but are not limited to): Heavily discounted meat products Retail discounts with national partners Health insurance discounts on Bupa Health and Medibank Private Long term career progression opportunities What next? If you're passionate and want to be a part of the largest meat, pork and salmon manufacturer and producer in Australia, this opportunity may be for you. Apply now • Fri, 31 MayJBS USA
Pastoral Care Practitioner, VMCH, Wantirna » Wantirna South, Knox Area - Enjoy the flexibility of a part-time role - 2 days per week Join a purpose-led organisation with a fantastic team culture Use your experience as a Pastoral Care Practitioner to support VMCH residents About the role The Pastoral Care Practitioner oversees and coordinates the sacramental and spiritual life of VMCH residents. As an integral member of Pastoral Care Services within VMCH, you will have significant responsibility in the provision of face-to-face pastoral care. Your responsibilities will include: The provision of emotional and religious/spiritual care to all residents Providing grief and loss support, and offer palliative care support to residents and their families Coordinating Pastoral Care activities between parish, volunteers, and the community Liaising with leaders of various denominations and faiths to meet the religious and spiritual needs of all residents About you Pastoral and/or Theological (CPE) qualification or equivalent experience Experience in pastoral care and counselling, working with people experiencing grief and loss Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills Computer literacy including the Microsoft Office suite Why VMCH? Because the people we employ make it a great place to work In addition, VMCH will provide you with: A positive and supportive workplace culture Excellent Salary Packaging benefits Ongoing professional development A competitive salary Employee Assistance Program Paid parental leave About us Here at VMCH our services are as diverse as the people we support. As a for-purpose organisation, Love, Joy, Courage and Hospitality aren’t just words to us, they guide us in everything we do. While we’ve been around for over a century, we’re always moving forward. We stay true to who we are by supporting people and families to live their best lives, providing a place to call home and spaces to learn and grow. If you meet the above criteria and are passionate about making a positive difference in people’s lives, we would love to hear from you. To work at VMCH, you will be required to supply proof of work rights, an Australian Criminal History Check, Evidence of Flu and Covid Vaccinations, and comply with Child Safety standards. You may also be required to supply an International Police Check. We do not accept unsolicited resumes, emails and phone calls from recruitment agencies. • Fri, 31 MayVMCH
Pastoral Care Coordinator » Casula, Liverpool Area - Job Description 6 months Max term contract - Mon to Fri (38hrs/week) Casula, NSW Rewarding and challenging role Holy Spirit Casula is a thriving residential aged care community that promotes a philosophy that recognises the value and individuality of each resident. To be successful for the role you will have: Background & Qualifications in Pastoral Care (Clinical Pastoral Education, Theology, or Spirituality) Previous pastoral experience in an aged care environment is highly desirable Ability to demonstrate Catholic Healthcare’s values of compassion, honesty, hospitality, respect and excellency Highly developed communication, interpersonal and active listening skills Exceptional planning skills and ability to complete computer based pastoral care plans for each resident • Fri, 31 MayCatholic Healthcare
Certificate III and Diploma Qualified Early Learning Educators » Bunbury Region, Western Australia - Job Details Certificate III and Diploma Qualified Early Learning Educators As an Early Years to Year 12 Catholic, co-educational College with over 1500 students, Tenison Woods College is renowned for its academic achievement, wonderful facilities, strong pastoral care program, close involvement of families and a safe, supportive learning environment. Due to the continuing growth of our Early Learning and Community Centre, we are seeking suitably qualified staff members for the following replacement positions: CERTIFICATE III QUALIFIED EDUCATOR (replacement contract) DIPLOMA QUALIFIED EARLY LEARNING EDUCATOR (replacement contract) Hours to be negotiated Commencing as soon as practical, until 19 December 2024 We are looking for qualified and supportive staff to promote the spiritual, intellectual, physical and social development of each child and are committed to supporting families within our community. Educators in the ELCC work as part of a team whose key function is to provide a safe and stimulating environment for the children attending our Centre. All staff must be prepared to support the Catholic ethos of the College and participate in our Pastoral Care Program. Position Information Documents in relation to these roles may be obtained from: http://www.tenison.catholic.edu.au/our-college/employment. Potential applicants must submit an Applicant Declaration Form, obtained from: https://www.tenison.catholic.edu.au/__files/d/12351/ApplicantDecForm.pdf. Please email your application (as ONE DOCUMENT), including your cover letter, CV and contact details of three recent referees, to Tanya Thomson & Audine Bryant, ELCC Administration at elcctenison.catholic.edu.au or alternatively please post to PO Box 965, Mount Gambier SA 5290. APPLICATIONS CLOSE 4.00PM, TUESDAY 11 JUNE 2024 • Thu, 30 MayEarly Learning and Community Centre
English and Humanities Teacher » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - English and Humanities Teacher | Brisbane South Secondary English and Humanities Commencing in July 2024 Permanent ongoing role Co-educational P – 12 school Brisbane South Location Candidates who can provide a pastoral reference will be highly regarded Graduate and experienced teachers welcome to apply SH4583 School Profile: SchoolHouse is working in partnership with a Prep-Year 12 Christian school in Brisbane. The school focuses on providing a high-quality education and academic rigour in a caring environment. Staff are actively involved in professional development and the College’s organisational structure purposefully allows for high levels of collegiality. Benefits of working at the school: High academic and behavioural standards Supportive teaching environment Innovative teaching practices and opportunities to improve through Professional Development Employment Requirements: Queensland College of Teachers Registration (or eligibility to gain) Candidates who can provide a Pastoral Reference will be highly regarded Working Rights for Australia (or eligible to gain) including WHV or Skilled Migrant Visa Contact georgie.gardethe-schoolhouse.com.au or call on 073130 0846 for a confidential discussion. Alternatively, click APPLY . SchoolHouse is a complimentary service for teachers and school support staff. We work with Primary and Secondary Schools across all sectors, states and territories to support their staffing needs. Registration with SchoolHouse will provide exclusive access and alerts about suitable opportunities with our partner schools. Visit https://jobs.the-schoolhouse.com.au/jobs/Careers to view all available positions. • Thu, 30 MaySchoolHouse
Pastoral Care Coordinator » Fortitude Valley, Brisbane - Job Description Permanent Part-Time position - 3 days per week Fortitude Valley QLD Rewarding and challenging role You will need to be sympathetic to Catholic Healthcare’s overall mission to promote life in all its fullness by providing aged, health and community services inspired by the Catholic tradition. To be successful for the role you will have: Background & Qualifications in Pastoral Care Previous pastoral experience in an aged care environment is highly desirable Ability to demonstrate Catholic Healthcare’s values of compassion, honesty, hospitality, respect and excellency Highly developed communication, interpersonal and active listening skills Exceptional planning skills and ability to complete computer based pastoral care plans for each resident Working at Catholic Healthcare as a Pastoral Care Coordinator means: You will be part of a growing not-for-profit organisation that values its employees Great salary packaging benefits including meal and entertainment benefits QLD pay rates $41.90 per hour super salary packaging Continual learning and development opportunities Annual scholarship program to support further education Paid parental leave and long service leave after 5 years 42 Locations across NSW QLD if you decide to move Discounted gym membership through Fitness Passport Catholic Healthcare promotes the dignity, life and spirituality of older people through connected and inclusive communities across residential aged care, home and community services and retirement living across NSW and SE QLD. Our values of Courage, Compassion and Integrity sit at the core of everything we do. So, if you're looking for a role where you can make a positive and rewarding impact in a great organisation like ours, then we'd love to hear from you. Please apply online now. Please note that pre-employment checks (including an NDIS worker screening check) will be required for all successful candidates. • Thu, 30 MayCatholic Healthcare
RAN Nurse | Epenarra » Northern Territory, Australia - RAN Nurse | Epenarra $92 - $99/hour base rate (depending on experience) super penalties Contracts available starting on 13th June - ongoing FTE hours on a 7-day rotating roster (AM, PM, and Nights) Must have BLS, current REC or equivalent emergency certificate and ISTAT competent Travel and accommodation provided Wutunugurra is a remote Aboriginal community on a pastoral excision of the local pastoral station. Located on the north-eastern edge of the Davenport Ranges and the eastern side of the Frew River, Wutungurra is set in an arid landscape that is criss-crossed with watercourses, rocky hills, barren outcrops and valleys. To apply or for more information, click APPLY or contact Sarah at 0406 515 852 or email nursingsaltmedics.com. • Thu, 30 MaySalt Medical Recruitment
Volunteer - Pastoral Care Support - Communion » Klemzig, Port Adelaide Area - Spiritual and cultural support is important for good quality of life and well-being for people living in Residential Care. Some residents benefit from speaking in a language they are more familiar with, while others benefit from feeling spiritually connected. Volunteers have many unique skills and life experiences that can help our residents to feel spiritually and culturally supported. We want to hear from you if you can provide communion to our residents. Time commitment We are happy to work with all volunteers to set up the most suitable days and times for you. Any amount of time you can give, whether it’s a few days a week or a few hours a month, is valuable for our community and much appreciated. About Southern Cross Care Southern Cross Care has provided quality aged care and retirement living services to our community for more than 55 years. We offer residential aged care, support at home, health and wellness, respite and retirement living services across South Australia, the Northern Territory and Victoria. We believe that every person has the right to experience a good quality of life and that no matter where you come from, life can always be better. That's why our vision is to support members of our community to be Better for life. We’re always looking for people who will be the difference in the lives of our residents and clients, and are committed to supporting our staff and volunteers to share in our vision. Requirements Regardless of the role or location, all volunteers require; A current National Police Certificate for the Purpose of Aged Care, or be willing to obtain one Evidence of your current Flu & COVID-19 vaccinations • Wed, 29 MaySouthern Cross Care Inc
Pastoral Care Coordinator » Kemps Creek, Penrith Area - Job Description Permanent - Part-time position (3 days a week) Kemps Creek, NSW Rewarding and challenging role Emmaus Village in Kemps Creek is our 64 beds facility and we have an exciting opportunity for a Pastoral Care Coordinator to join our team 3 days per week. As the resident Pastoral Care Coordinator you will need to be sympathetic to Catholic Healthcare’s overall mission to promote life in all its fullness by providing aged, health and community services inspired by the Catholic tradition. To be successful for the role you will require: Background & Qualifications in Pastoral Care or a willingness to obtain (Clinical Pastoral Education, Theology, or Spirituality) Previous pastoral experience in an aged care environment is highly desirable Ability to demonstrate Catholic Healthcare’s values of compassion, honesty, hospitality, respect and excellency Highly developed communication, interpersonal and active listening skills Exceptional planning skills and ability to complete computer based pastoral care plans for each resident You must also be willing to obtain a personal NDISWC through your state government provider prior to commencing employment. • Wed, 29 MayCatholic Healthcare
Secondary PDHPE Teacher (Maternity Leave Position) » Wyong, NSW - · Cover Letter · · Resume · Pastor’s Reference · Professional Reference · Personal Reference · Birth Certificate... • Tue, 28 May
Pastoral Care Volunteers at HammondCare Social Club, Erina » Somersby, Gosford Area - Do you enjoy interacting with older members of our community? Do you have some skills or interests that would appeal to older people? HammondCare’s Social Club at Erina is looking for volunteers that can attend weekly to be apart of the activities with our Clients. The Social Club offers clients who are frail aged and or living with dementia a chance to spend a day socialising outside their home. HammondCare pastoral care volunteers have an opportunity to support the spiritual and emotional needs of the elderly guests joining us at one of our Social Clubs or staying at our short stay Respite Cottages. As a pastoral care volunteer, you’ll be a Christian actively involved with a local Christian church in Gosford and surrounding regions. You’ll supplement and complement the work of our HammondCare At Home Pastoral Care Coordinator, and under their direction you may: • Support people to meet their spiritual needs through one on one or small group ‘Bible Chats’ (informal, mini services) • Support people in listening to their stories • Nurture spiritual development You’ll find that as a pastoral care volunteer you’ll nurture your own spiritual life. The Aged Care Volunteer Visitor Scheme is funded by the Australian Government, established to promote links between elderly people and volunteers in their local community. Your impact Volunteering as a social visitor can be a rewarding experience, both for the person you visit as well as yourself. Regular visits from volunteers can help to improve quality of life and help older people feel less isolated. The Aged Care Volunteer Visitor Scheme (ACVVS) is an Australian Government funded initiative established to promote links between elderly people and their local community. HammondCare is an approved provider of ACVVS. HammondCare HammondCare is an independent Christian charity and we're passionate about improving the quality of life for people in need. We have a wonderful group of volunteers that partner with us to enhance the lives of the clients cared for by HammondCare. Further information For more information about volunteering at HammondCare, click the apply button below and our friendly Volunteer Recruitment Coordinator Dani will give you a call. Requirements 18 years or older • National Volunteer Police Check arranged and paid for by HammondCare • Evidence of COVID-19 vaccination will be required (Two doses) • One hour each week for 6 months or longer. We would be happy to discuss a suitable time between Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm • Tue, 28 MayHammondCare Volunteers
Pastoral Care Coordinator » Tumut Area, Wagga Wagga Region - Job Description Permanent Part-Time position – 15 hours per fortnight Tumut NSW (Riverina/ Snowy Mountains) Rewarding and challenging role Blakeney Lodge is our 30-bed home offering exceptional care to all our residents. Situated in the picturesque township of Tumut, on the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, we offer a home-like environment where residents and staff are treated with compassion and respect. We are approximately 30 minutes’ drive from Gundagai and 75 minutes’ drive from Wagga Wagga with onsite parking available. You will need to be sympathetic to Catholic Healthcare’s overall mission to promote life in all its fullness by providing aged, health and community services inspired by the Catholic tradition. To be successful for the role you will have: Background & Qualifications in Pastoral Care or a willingness to obtain (Clinical Pastoral Education, Theology, or Spirituality) Previous pastoral experience in an aged care environment is highly desirable Ability to demonstrate Catholic Healthcare’s values of compassion, honesty, hospitality, respect and excellency Highly developed communication, interpersonal and active listening skills Exceptional planning skills and ability to complete computer based pastoral care plans for each resident. • Tue, 28 MayCatholic Healthcare
Secondary TAS Teacher » Wyong, NSW - Teacher Application Form Resume Pastor’s Reference Professional Reference Personal Reference Birth Certificate... • Tue, 28 May
Senior Pastor » Bathurst, NSW - For a detailed position description, please click the link: . Please email a covering letter that addresses the job qualifications, and a copy of your resumé, including three referees, to: . Please be aware that this job ad was placed a... • Tue, 28 MayBathurst Evangelical Church (BE)
Basketball Coordinator (full-time, ongoing) » Murdoch, WA - , you will need your CV, a selection criteria document, referee details, a written reference from your church pastor/ minister... • Tue, 28 May
Basketball Coordinator (part-time, ongoing) » Murdoch, WA - , you will need your CV, a selection criteria document, referee details, a written reference from your church pastor/ minister... • Mon, 27 May
Operational Services Team, Grounds and Maintenance Worker » Forrestfield, WA - faith story and contribution to the life of the Church. Christian orientated written reference from your Church Pastor... • Mon, 27 May
Operational Services Team Assistant » Forrestfield, WA - story and contribution to the life of the Church. Christian orientated written reference from your Church Pastor or Elder... • Mon, 27 May
Pastoral Care Coordinator » Perth CBD, Perth - We are seeking a professional, positive and supportive Pastoral Care Coordinator to join the Pastoral Care Services team at Joondalup Health Campus. This is a permanent part-time opportunity, 28 hours/fortnight. About the Role Working with the Pastoral Care team, you will be a positive role model as you lead, coordinate, develop and implement effective provision of pastoral and spiritual care services to patients, their families and staff. This will involve developing, reviewing and implementing relevant infrastructure, policies and procedures to provide appropriate support to individuals and their particular beliefs. This will involve, but is not limited to: Providing relevant and sensitive pastoral and spiritual ministry according to the needs of the individuals. Contribute to the wellbeing, and emotional support of patients, families and staff in accordance to their needs. Maintaining safe and comfortable chapel facilities as a place of quiet meditation and reflection Contributing to the training pastoral supervision of CPE students, where required Ensuring pastoral care is integral to the delivery of quality health care, through sensitive and confidential liaison with nursing and medical staff Helping to facilitate training events when required Staff Rostering Develop and maintain personal and pastoral standards through periodic quality improvement programmes of analysis, review and evaluation. Provide interdisciplinary in-service education for hospital staff as requested Encourage affiliation of chaplains, pastoral care workers and pastoral care associates with the relevant professional bodies Working collaboratively and constructively with a respected and friendly team, you will report to the Deputy Director of Clinical Services. About You To succeed in this role, you will demonstrate honesty, integrity and ethics within the workplace, while valuing and treating others fairly and with respect. You will demonstrate an ability to communicate openly, succinctly and articulately, ensuring strong positive relationships with all staff and stakeholders are maintained. Critical to this role is your ability to act as an influential role model while fostering a culture that is positive, cooperative and supportive. You will also bring: Satisfactory completion of one or more 400 hours units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Five years of proven pastoral experience demonstrated effective interpersonal skills Sound computer skills Desirable: Recent experience in a health care facility Theological qualifications according to the standards of their denomination The Hospital Joondalup Health Campus is the largest health care facility in Perth's northern suburbs, providing 24-hour acute care from an integrated public and private campus. JHC is a dynamic, interesting and rewarding place to work. The Hospital is owned and operated by Ramsay Health Care, a global operator of private hospitals and primary care clinics with over 70 Australian sites employing over 34,000 people. We have been focused on delivering high-quality patient care and practising the Ramsay Way philosophy of 'People Caring for People' since 1964. Requirements Must provide a National Police check conducted within the previous 12 months According to the role, Ramsay may require a Working-With-Children check and proof of immunisation against infectious diseases, which may include Covid-19. To Apply All applications must be lodged online. Applications made by recruitment agencies will not be considered. For enquiries, please contact Karen Mews via MewsKramsayhealth.com.au Applications Close: Friday 7th June 2024 Ramsay Health Care is committed to Child Safety. Details of our commitment are set out in our Code of Conduct, available at www.ramsayhealth.com • Sun, 26 MayRamsay Health Care Ltd.
Livestock Overseer - Stud & Commerical Merino's - Riverina, NSW » Deniliquin, Murray Area - Join this privately owned, professionally managed large-scale operation focused on sheep production. The Property & Employer: Our client's operation is a privately owned and professionally managed pastoral enterprise primarily focused on sheep production. Nestled on the iconic Riverina Plains, northwest of Conargo, New South Wales, the property spans 42,000 hectares in the heart of renowned 'Merino' territory. Their business's core is merino stud and commercial sheep breeding, where they employ a progressive pastoral model. This approach allows them to produce high-quality sheep and lambs, with a genetic focus on developing plain-bodied, highly fertile, and robust ewes. Ethical standards in sheep production remain a continuous priority. The property comprises 14,000 ewes, including 8,000 Self Replacing Merinos, 5,500 terminals, and 500 registered ewes. They also engage in opportunity feedlot lamb operations and seasonal cattle backgrounding, adding diversity to their agricultural activities. The property boasts exceptional livestock handling infrastructure, ensuring the animals' welfare and the operations' efficiency. The Role: Our clients seek an energetic and reliable Livestock Overseer to join their vibrant team. This role is tailor-made for an individual with a self-motivated attitude and a deep passion for the sheep industry. You will have the unique opportunity to contribute significantly to a progressive pastoral operation, working closely with the Farm Manager. Together, you will ensure that the day-to-day operations and animal husbandry activities are executed flawlessly, leading to smooth operations and optimal productivity. The responsibilities of this role are diverse and engaging. They range from overseeing stock movements and handling to assessing feed quality and overseeing recovery processes. You will also play a key role in engaging and liaising with contractors for shearing, crutching, lamb marking, and mustering, ensuring that all activities align with their standards. Management of junior staff, delegating daily tasks, and implementing on-farm improvements such as fencing and water management will also fall under your purview. Furthermore, you will be responsible for meticulous record-keeping, implementing breeding and marketing objectives such as joining, scanning, weaning, weighing, and classing, and adhering to safe work policies and procedures. If you want to significantly impact the sheep industry within a role that offers both challenges and rewards, we encourage you to apply. The Offer: A generous remuneration package will be offered based on experience and will include a base wage plus super, comfortable three-bedroom cottage, electricity, phone/iPad/internet, and a station meat allowance. Located 35km from Conargo NSW (home of the famous Conargo Pub). Conargo provides a primary school and regular social gatherings. 85km from both larger centres of Deniliquin and Hay, which provide a larger variety of services and numerous sporting/social clubs with a range of recreational activities. The Ideal Candidate: This role will utilise your existing farming and livestock experience along with the following attributes: Minimum of 2-3 years of experience in sheep handling and animal welfare, with pastoral experience being highly regarded. Own working dogs or willingness to obtain, Strong communication skills with the capability to give direction and teach junior employees, along with the ability to work autonomously. High-level record-keeping skills, proficient in maintaining records on agricultural platforms (e.g., Agriwebb). Willingness to learn, gain new skills and experiences for career development and participate in further training and development as or if required. Experience in all aspects of general farm maintenance, including fencing and basic machinery operation. Demonstrated high-level Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) standards and animal welfare principles. Possession of a driver's license is essential; an HR truck license is highly regarded. Exceptional work ethic and attention to detail, with pride in one's work, the team, and the business. Good time management skills with the ability to plan and prioritise. Want this job? If you feel that you’re the right fit for this position, please submit an up-to-date resume along with the contact details of 3 references. Preference will be given to those who supply a cover letter addressing their suitability - that is, tell us what you love about the role and how you think you’re the right fit. For further information please call Bec on 0455 215 976 or email becdroverag.com.au • Fri, 24 MayDrover Ag Recruitment
Pastor - Bribie Island Church of Christ » Bribie Island North, QLD - Pastor - Bribie Island Church of Christ Bribie Island Church of Christ is a growing, active church, seeking a Pastor... • Fri, 24 MayChurches of Christ in Queensland
Head of Secondary (ACC Southlands) » Albany, WA - Your referees need to be people whose knowledge of you as a leader is up-to-date. Referees are to include: The senior pastor... • Fri, 24 May
ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (RECEPTION) » Belgrave Heights, VIC - (one preferably from a current Minister/Pastor) to Please note, we reserve the right to fill this position at any time... • Fri, 24 May
Head of Secondary » Albany, WA - senior pastor of your local church If you hold a current leadership role, the principal of your school If you hold... • Fri, 24 MayAustralian Christian College$140000 - 145000 per year
Pastor - Bribie Island Church of Christ » Australia - Pastor - Bribie Island Church of Christ Bribie Island Church of Christ is a growing, active church, seeking a Pastor to work with the leadership and congregation in achieving our vision of courageously following Jesus, loving people and seeing lives transformed by God’s grace. We are looking for a leader who: has a deep and ongoing personal relationship with Christ. has a character that is Christ-centred, teachable and humble. identifies with the values, vision and priorities of the Church. is experienced, but young enough to be able to serve at least a 5-year term. is an equipper who can model and train others in the ways of Jesus. is a team leader and team builder. has a heart to work across the Campus. is outward/community focussed. This position will be up to the equivalent of five days per week with salary conditions based on the recommendation of Churches of Christ Queensland. Expressions of interest or any questions should be directed to: Roger Bawden rgrbawden5gmail.com 0404 490 031 • Fri, 24 May
Pastoral Care Coordinator » Australia - We are seeking a professional, positive and supportive Pastoral Care Coordinator to join the Pastoral Care Services team at Joondalup Health Campus. This is a permanent part-time opportunity, 28 hours/fortnight. About the Role Working with the Pastoral Care team, you will be a positive role model as you lead, coordinate, develop and implement effective provision of pastoral and spiritual care services to patients, their families and staff. This will involve developing, reviewing and implementing relevant infrastructure, policies and procedures to provide appropriate support to individuals and their particular beliefs. This will involve, but is not limited to: Providing relevant and sensitive pastoral and spiritual ministry according to the needs of the individuals. Contribute to the wellbeing, and emotional support of patients, families and staff in accordance to their needs. Maintaining safe and comfortable chapel facilities as a place of quiet meditation and reflection Contributing to the training pastoral supervision of CPE students, where required Ensuring pastoral care is integral to the delivery of quality health care, through sensitive and confidential liaison with nursing and medical staff Helping to facilitate training events when required Staff Rostering Develop and maintain personal and pastoral standards through periodic quality improvement programmes of analysis, review and evaluation. Provide interdisciplinary in-service education for hospital staff as requested Encourage affiliation of chaplains, pastoral care workers and pastoral care associates with the relevant professional bodies Working collaboratively and constructively with a respected and friendly team, you will report to the Deputy Director of Clinical Services. About You To succeed in this role, you will demonstrate honesty, integrity and ethics within the workplace, while valuing and treating others fairly and with respect. You will demonstrate an ability to communicate openly, succinctly and articulately, ensuring strong positive relationships with all staff and stakeholders are maintained. Critical to this role is your ability to act as an influential role model while fostering a culture that is positive, cooperative and supportive. You will also bring: Satisfactory completion of one or more 400 hours units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Five years of proven pastoral experience demonstrated effective interpersonal skills Sound computer skills Desirable: Recent experience in a health care facility Theological qualifications according to the standards of their denomination The Hospital Joondalup Health Campus is the largest health care facility in Perth’s northern suburbs, providing 24-hour acute care from an integrated public and private campus. JHC is a dynamic, interesting and rewarding place to work. The Hospital is owned and operated by Ramsay Health Care, a global operator of private hospitals and primary care clinics with over 70 Australian sites employing over 34,000 people. We have been focused on delivering high-quality patient care and practising the Ramsay Way philosophy of ‘ People Caring for People’ since 1964. Requirements Must provide a National Police check conducted within the previous 12 months According to the role, Ramsay may require a Working-With-Children check and proof of immunisation against infectious diseases, which may include Covid-19. To Apply All applications must be lodged online. Applications made by recruitment agencies will not be considered. For enquiries, please contact Karen Mews via MewsKramsayhealth.com.au Applications Close: Friday 14th June 2024 Ramsay Health Care is committed to Child Safety. Details of our commitment are set out in our Code of Conduct, available at www.ramsayhealth.com • Fri, 24 MayRamsay Health Care
Lifestyle Officer - Spiritual & Pastoral Care » Yarravel, Kempsey Area - This role supports residents to live well through the provision of spiritual care, including pastoral, emotional, and psychological support. What’s in it for you? Competitive Salary 11% Super Allowances Not For Profit Salary Packaging - Increase your take-home pay Paid Overtime 17.5% Leave Loading Option to purchase addition leave Paid Parental Leave Onsite Parking Flexibility - Range of shifts available to suit your lifestyle Onsite & Online career development and programs Great Leadership Award-winning culture programs Be a hero - be part of a rewarding not-for-profit organisation Who we are At Vincent Court, our purpose is to provide the highest quality residential aged care in environments that are rich with the senses of home. At the heart of our offering is a deep commitment to a resident first approach, while maintaining safety and quality in everything we do to promote a safe place for residents and the workforce. Vincent Court is proudly part of the Apollo Care Alliance, an innovative national organisation with a unique vision to support not-for-profit aged care communities. Apollo Care is a leading provider of aged care services, committed to supporting older Australians to live their way with dignity and grace. We are currently seeking a passionate and dedicated individual to join our team as a Lifestyle Officer (Spiritual & Pastoral Care). Role Overview As a Lifestyle Officer (Spiritual & Pastoral Care), you will be an integral member of our Care Team, responsible for providing spiritual, emotional, and psychological support to residents, their families, and our workforce. You will work closely with the Care Manager, Lifestyle Team Leader, and Volunteer Coordinator to deliver holistic care aligned with individual needs. Key Responsibilities Conduct holistic assessments of spiritual and pastoral care needs, involving residents and their representatives. Develop and implement comprehensive care plans, regularly evaluating their effectiveness. Coordinate the delivery of individual and group pastoral and spiritual care services, offering support during times of grief or loss. Facilitate religious practices and rituals according to residents' preferences. Coordinate leisure and lifestyle activities tailored to residents' interests and preferences, ensuring inclusivity and addressing cognitive impairments. Provide pastoral and spiritual guidance to the workforce, supporting their well-being. Promote a culture of spiritual care within the organization through education, mentoring, and training opportunities. Ensure compliance with quality and safety standards, promptly reporting incidents and hazards. What you will bring Minimum one year of experience as a lifestyle coordinator in an aged care setting. Knowledge of Pastoral Care/Chaplaincy philosophy, theology, and practice. Cert IV Leisure and Lifestyle qualification Qualifications in clergical, chaplaincy, or pastoral care (desirable) Strong verbal and written communication skills Hold NDIS Worker Checks (or willing to obtain) Be passionate about delivering a person-centred approach to care How to Apply If you are a compassionate individual with a passion for supporting older Australians to live their best lives, we would love to hear from you. Please submit your resume by selecting the “apply” button. To learn more about us visit: https://vincentcourt.org.au/ Thank you for your consideration. We look forward to hearing from you. • Fri, 24 MayApollo Care Alliance
Primary teacher and Secondary visual art teacher » Townsville Region, Queensland - A great school with an enduring reputation as the educational leader in Northern Queensland We are currently hiring for two teachers: 1. Primary school teacher 2. Secondary Visual arts teacher Are you a passionate Visual Arts teacher looking to inspire the next generation of artists? We're seeking an enthusiastic and dynamic educator to join our team and make a real impact in our students' lives. Relocation fees and sponsorship will be provided for the right candidate Primary Objective: 1. Inspire and academically instruct students in Visual Arts, reflecting the ethos of our School and nurturing each student's talents and abilities. 2. Support the pastoral care of students and implement our Positive Education Framework. 3. Serve as a committed Form Teacher (Years 7-12), supporting and role modeling the School’s Academic and Pastoral Charters. What You'll Do: 1. Create a positive, well-managed classroom environment that promotes respect, creativity, and good manners. 2. Regularly monitor and provide feedback on students’ progress, maintaining accurate records of attendance, results, and achievements. 3. Model fundamental values such as punctuality, dress, deportment, manner, and mutual respect. 4. Utilize engaging teaching practices to maximize student involvement, success, and self-esteem. 5. Support the School’s tutorial and Positive Education programs. Collaborate with Our Amazing Staff: 1. Attend and actively participate in staff meetings, assemblies, and professional development activities. 2. Foster positive, constructive relationships with fellow staff members and the School community. Shape Our Curriculum: 1. Develop and implement innovative Visual Arts programs that align with curriculum standards. 2. Provide timely assessment and feedback to students, ensuring their artistic growth and success. 3. Support and participate in the School’s co-curricular programs, enriching students' overall development. Engage with Our Community: 1. Communicate regularly with parents about student progress and achievements. 2. Supervise and organize classroom assistance from teacher aides and parents. 3. Attend School functions and represent our School’s ethos positively to the community. 4. Complete rostered grounds duties and supervision lessons reliably. Maintain Our Facilities: 1. Ensure the cleanliness and tidiness of classrooms and surrounding areas. 2. Assist with maintaining and retrieving school resources as needed. Key Capabilities: 1. Hold a relevant teaching qualification and be eligible for QCT registration. 2. Demonstrated ability to teach Visual Arts to senior secondary school students. 3. Develop, plan, and deliver effective, high-quality learning experiences. 4. Adapt teaching methods to cater to various learning styles and student needs. 5. Inspire students through a passion for Visual Arts and a belief in their potential. 6. Proficient with digital technologies and supportive of digital integration. 7. Demonstrated competence in classroom management. 8. Committed to the aims and ethos of Independent Schools, and willing to participate in the co-curricular and pastoral life of the School. Why Join Us? 1. Relocation fees and sponsorship available for the right candidate 2. Be part of a creative and supportive community that values professional growth. 3. Engage in a role where your enthusiasm and passion can make a real difference. Application Process: Interested candidates should submit their cover letter, CV, and details of two current referees. Please outline in your cover letter how you meet the key capabilities of the role. Applications will be considered upon submission to the Principal’s office but should be received no later than 3 June 2024. The position may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found. Join us in inspiring creativity and excellence in our students – apply now • Thu, 23 MayTechnical Focus Pty Ltd t/as Talent Focus
French Teacher » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - French Teacher Term 3 Contract Independent Girls School Graduate and experienced teachers welcome to apply SH4541 School Profile SchoolHouse is partnered with a prestigious girls' school in Brisbane, dedicated to delivering exceptional educational outcomes for students from Prep to Year 12. Renowned for its high-quality teaching, exceptional pastoral care, and holistic approach to education, this school offers a personalised and enriching journey for each student. Employment Benefits Extensive career and professional development opportunities Competitive salary structure Staff discount on fees Financial incentive for relevant Masters study Career progression Employment Requirements Queensland College of Teachers Registration (or eligibility to gain) Working Rights for Australia (or eligible to gain) including Skilled Migrant Visa Contact georgie.gardethe-schooolhouse.com.au or call on 07 3130 0846 for a confidential discussion. Alternatively, click APPLY . SchoolHouse is a complimentary service for teachers and school support staff. We work with schools across all sectors, states and territories to support their staffing needs. Registration with SchoolHouse will provide exclusive access and alerts about suitable opportunities with our partner schools. Visit https://jobs.the-schoolhouse.com.au/jobs/Careers to view all available positions. • Thu, 23 MaySchoolHouse
Associate Pastor » Narrabeen, NSW - Position: We are seeking to employ a godly and gifted Associate Pastor who is passionate about making disciples, helping them... of Sydney’s guidelines for stipend and allowances. This can be discussed with the Senior Pastor at the time of application... • Thu, 23 MaySt Faith's Anglican Church
Visual Art and Design Teacher » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Visual Arts & Design Teacher | Brisbane West Commence Term 3 Full-time, permanent role Co-educational Independent School Catholic ethos – applicants don’t need to be Catholic, just supportive of the ethos Ideally located for residents of Brisbane’s western suburbs and is also commutable from Toowoomba (approximately 40 minutes drive) Job Reference – SH4524 School Profile Our client is a secondary school located in the Lockyer Valley. The school offers state of the art facilities that cater for different learning styles and flexible pedagogical approaches that promote hands on learning. The school is seeking staff who will contribute to the culture and high expectations of a growing learning community. Employment Benefits Purpose built, state of the art facilities (everything is new) You will have access to a supportive leadership team operating with a big school approach and small school feel and the opportunity to exercise independence with the curriculum Competitive salary based on qualifications and level of experience As a growing school, there are opportunities for pastoral and subject leadership Employment Requirements Queensland College of Teachers Registration (or eligibility to gain) Working Rights for Australia (or eligible to gain) including Skilled Migrant Visa Contact claire.garnerthe-schoolhouse.com.au or call on 07 3130 0846 for a confidential discussion. Alternatively, click APPLY . SchoolHouse is a complimentary service for teachers and school support staff. We work with schools across all sectors, states and territories to support their staffing needs. Registration with SchoolHouse will provide exclusive access and alerts about suitable opportunities with our partner schools. Visit https://jobs.the-schoolhouse.com.au/jobs/Careers to view all available positions. • Wed, 22 MaySchoolHouse
Upper Primary Teacher » Alice Springs, Alice Springs Area - Primary Teacher | Alice Springs Upper Primary Teacher Full-time, permanent Commencing ASAP or Term 3 (negotiable) Independent, co-educational primary school Each year group has a team lead to assist with planning Close-knit student population of just over 200 pupils SH4535 School Profile SchoolHouse is working in partnership with a mid-sized, independent primary school located in Alice Springs. With a strong focus on pastoral care and support for students and staff, the school is on an exciting journey of modernising facilities as well as teaching and learning programs. With a diverse school community, staff enjoy being part of a community where professional development is encouraged and opportunities for career growth are readily offered. Employment Benefits Relocation and accommodation assistance available This school enables staff to retain accrued leave benefits from previous positions held at other schools (conditional to sector) Ongoing, high quality professional development opportunities Employment Requirements Registered with the Northern Territory Teaching Registration Board (or eligibility to gain) Working Rights for Australia (or eligible to gain) including WHV or Skilled Migrant Visa Contact lisa.gunniganthe-schoolhouse.com.au or call on 07 3130 0846 for a confidential discussion. Alternatively, click APPLY. SchoolHouse is a complimentary service for teachers and school support staff. We work with schools across all sectors, states and territories to support their staffing needs. Registration with SchoolHouse will provide exclusive access and alerts about suitable opportunities with our partner schools. Visit https://jobs.the-schoolhouse.com.au/jobs/Careers to view all available positions. • Wed, 22 MaySchoolHouse
RELIEF TEACHERS – PRIMARY AND SECONDARY » Forrestfield, WA - qualifications, church membership, professional referees, contact details, and career history 3. A written reference from a Pastor.../Elder or the contact details of a Pastor/Elder who may be contacted for a verbal reference in regard to the applicant... • Wed, 22 May
Girls' Boarding Supervisors » Frenchville, Rockhampton - The Rockhampton Grammar School is currently recruiting for Girls' Boarding Supervisors for join our thriving community and be an integral part of our Girls' Boarding Dorms. We currently have the following positions in our team available: full-time (term-time), part-time (term-time) or casual (term-time) The successful applicant must be able to work a range of shifts including afternoons, evenings and weekends. As this is a term-time position, there is no approved leave during the term. Any accumulated leave (part-time/full-time) must be taken during the school holidays. A residential position is available for the right candidate. Commencement for this position is to be negotiated. Please indicate in your cover letter your availability and detail why you would make an exceptional boarding supervisor in our team. The Rockhampton Grammar School was founded in 1881 and is an independent co-educational day and boarding school private school, educating and caring for students from Prep to Year 12, as well as the Early Learning Years. The School is the largest independent boarding school in Queensland and the second largest co-educational boarding school in Australia. It is a leading school in regional Queensland and one of the foremost schools in regional Australia. The Rockhampton Grammar School has achieved great success in the academic, cultural, sporting and vocational fields over the past 143 years. The School has a total enrolment of over 1,400 students (Prep to Year 12) who are exposed to our broad curriculum, giving effect to our commitment of Grow in Character and Scholarship. In conjunction with the Director of Boarding, Heads of Boarding, and Boarding Heads of Year you share the responsibility for the safety, welfare, behaviour, personal development, pastoral care and day to day management of RGS boarders. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILTIES Work as a member of the Boarding Team which is characterised by the highest ideals of teamwork, collegiality, integrity and professionalism; report to the Director of Boarding, Heads of Boarding and Boarding Heads of Year; in consultation with the Director of Boarding, Heads of Boarding, Boarding Heads of Year and other boarding staff, share the responsibility for the safety, welfare, behaviour, personal development and pastoral care of Boarders; work always in accordance with the ideals of RGS Boarding as per the RGS Boarding Mission Statement; works always in accordance with the ideals of the Australian Childhood Foundation Safeguarding Children Program and will complete the associated online training course; work always with an awareness of The Rockhampton Grammar School policy documents, in particular the legal responsibilities in regard to the Child Protection Policy and Occupational Health and Safety Policy; are committed to ongoing professional development; welcome the opportunity for collaborative appraisal; are good role models for our boarding community: ethical, reliable, punctual, proactive, well dressed and groomed; maintain a visible and active presence in the House when on duty, never leaving the Boarding House without the consent of the responsible staff member; participate and be committed to undertaking Boarding staff professional development (including a start of term/year whole of Boarding PD); are encouraged to attend regular Boarding Management meetings (staff roster permitting); voluntary attendance at School events, as requested to support Boarders; are encouraged to contribute to the School’s co-curricular programme. N.B Please visit the RGS Website for a list of specific duties and responsibilities. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Dependent on the role and successful applicant, residential accommodation, inclusive of utilities, may be offered. Boarding assistants are entitled to meals in the dining room during their rostered shift. For residential assistants who reside in school-supplied accommodation, all meals during term time are included. Residential roles, 12 hours per week - Residents are non-paid roles and are offered accommodation and meals as remuneration. Boarding staff uniform polo shirts are supplied, and boarding staff must wear these or other RGS corporate dress when on duty. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE Knowledge and experience of providing pastoral support for students in residential care; A clear understanding of the ABSA National Standards; A clear understanding of the needs of students from a regional background; Ability to build relationships with a range of students from diverse cultures and backgrounds. REQUIRED LICENCES/CERTIFICATES Working with Children Check (Blue Card); Police Check; Safeguarding Children Online Training Certificate; ABSA Duty of Care (or willingness to obtain) First Aid & Anaphylaxis Certificate (or willingness to obtain). SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE The School takes child protection seriously, and as a staff member or volunteer of The Rockhampton Grammar School, you are required to meet the behaviour standards outlined in our Practice and Behaviour Guidelines. You will receive a copy of these guidelines as part of the induction process. Therefore, as a part of your duties and responsibilities, you are also required to: Provide a welcoming and safe environment for children and young people; Promote the safety and wellbeing of children and young people to whom we provide services; Ensure that your interactions with children and young people are positive and safe; Provide adequate care and supervision of children and young people in your charge; Act as a positive role model for children and young people; Report any suspicions, concerns, allegations or disclosures of alleged abuse to management; Maintain valid “working with children” documentation; Undergo periodic “national criminal history record” checks; Report to management any criminal charges or convictions you receive during the course of your employment that may indicate a possible risk to children and young people. HOW TO APPLY Read the Notice to all Candidates – Recruitment Policy on the RGS website ( http://www.rgs.qld.edu.au/employment) Complete an Application for Employment Form (Non-Teaching) – found on RGS website ( http://www.rgs.qld.edu.au/employment) Submit your completed Application for Employment Form with your Cover Letter, comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and details of two referees to positionsrgs.qld.edu.au - apply immediately - applications will be reviewed as they are received. For further details regarding the role, kindly contact Mike Silcock on 07 4936 0710 (Director of Boarding). The Rockhampton Grammar School reserves the right to review applications as they are received and close applications early should suitable candidates be found. • Wed, 22 MaySchoolHouse
HR Officer & Personal Assistant to Business Manager » Forrestfield, WA - orientated written reference from your Church Pastor or Elder, or alternatively, include contact details for this person in... • Tue, 21 May
Pastoral Carer » Forrestfield, Kalamunda Area - At Southern Cross Care (WA) we help people live extraordinary lives every day, connected to communities. As a provider delivering care, support and accommodation for West Australians in greatest need, our purpose is clear, and our passion is strong. Southern Cross Care (WA) is a place where you can have an extraordinary impact, make an extraordinary difference, and be appreciated for extraordinary contributions. We hope you will join us and become one of the people who make Southern Cross Care (WA) an extraordinary place to be. About the role and where you will be working: This position is responsible for providing specific pastoral care services to the residents of Southern Cross Care at Jeremiah Donovan House in Forrestfield This is a permanent part-time position at 32.5 hours a fortnight. Your responsibilities will include: Familiarise yourself with the policy and procedures of Pastoral Care at Southern Cross Care and work in accordance with those policies and procedures Maintain appropriate boundaries as You will not be asked to provide nursing or personal care to the residents. Respect and maintain confidentiality of the facility and residents Record visits and submit monthly statistical returns to your manager. About you: Previous experience working as a Pastoral Carer in an Aged Care setting is preferred. Preferred background in counselling, social work, pastoral care, church ministry. To be considered for this role, you’ll need: Have developed skills in empathy, sensitivity and patience when working with residents Respect the right of residents to confidentiality and privacy Have well-developed interpersonal skills to communicate effectively on all levels both written and verbal. Have the ability to work harmoniously with people from a diverse range of social, economic, cultural and religious backgrounds. Be comfortable with the distinctly Catholic ethos of the facility. Be flexible to work increased hours, if required. Working with us: At Southern Cross Care (WA), we are committed to being an employer of choice. As well as providing a positive and supportive environment, we also offer the following benefits: Not-for-profit salary packaging options of up to $15,900 for general living expenses and $2,650 for entertainment benefits. Corporate Health Insurance with HBF Free employee assistance program A diverse range of services which allows professional development and growth Paid Parental Leave Annual leave starting at 4 weeks Carers/personal leave Service Awards for long standing employees Flexible working environment How to apply: To express your interest, please apply with an up-to-date resume, and a cover letter outlining your experience / suitability. Kindly note, if your application progresses to an interview, we’ll be asking for: National Police Clearance - current within 6 months (or evidence of application) Immunisation record (Flu & COVID19) A completed pre-employment health questionnaire Southern Cross Care (WA) is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We also acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we work. For more information on the services, we provide visit: scrosswa.org.au About us: Established over 50 years ago, Southern Cross Care (WA) is a purpose-driven, not-for-profit organisation contributing to social, health and economic development in WA. We do this by enabling the delivery of integrated services in our community for the increasingly complex health, care and accommodation needs of our aging population and those living with mental illness. Our dedicated and passionate team of around 900 employees and 130 volunteers, deliver care and services to over 3000 West Australians across our residential, retirement village, mental health, community housing and home care portfolio. Our promise to our clients, residents and each other is to enable extraordinary because we; Listen, Act , Do not give up, Work as one. Southern Plus and Southern Cross Housing Ltd. are part of the Southern Cross Care (WA) Inc. Group. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Angel Gurung on 0892829936, quoting Ref No. 1169154. • Tue, 21 MaySouthern Cross Care
P/T Local Mission Pastor » Blacktown, NSW - Blacktown is a growing, multicultural city with endless gospel opportunities. We desire to see more people come to know Jesus as their King and Saviour. To this end, we are seeking to build the local presence and impact of our church comm... • Sat, 18 MayBlacktown Anglican
Personal Assistant to the Campus Principal » Ulverstone, TAS - Drivers Licence, current Working with Vulnerable People card and a written reference from a pastor/minister are essential... • Sat, 18 May
Indigenous Student Support Advisor (Identified) » Aitkenvale, Townsville - Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of Indigenous students in North Queensland? Here at James Cook University (JCU), we are seeking a dedicated Indigenous Student Support Advisor to join our team and provide high-quality pastoral care and support services to enhance academic success and ensure a positive learning experience for our students throughout their educational journey. Full-time, fixed term to December 2024 Based at the Townsville Bebegu Yumba campus HEWL 6: $83,115 - $90,022 per annum plus up to 17% superannuation (3.25% increase in July) This is a designated position for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. ABOUT THE ROLE Joining a passionate team in the Indigenous Education and Research Centre, you will play a fundamental role in helping Indigenous students overcome personal challenges and achieve academic success during their studies. Your responsibilities will include delivering expert pastoral and personal support services, assisting in the planning and delivery of pre-study programs that enhance student preparedness, and providing valuable advice on enrolment pathways, financial assistance options and other key supports available for students. • Sat, 18 MayJames Cook University
Residential Manager – Aged Care » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Job Description Catholic Healthcare is a leading not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, home and community services and retirement living across NSW and SE QLD. Located in beautiful Coffs Harbour is our St Josephs Residential Aged Care home (112 beds) and we are seeking a Residential Manager to manage the day-to-day operations of the home. The home leadership team comprises of 2 Care Managers, a Workplace Educator, Administration Manager, Chef Manager, Lifestyle Coordinator and Pastoral Care Coordinator. You will also have ongoing support to a Regional Manager, Regional Support Manager and Business Partners from Support Office including Finance, HR, HSW and Recruitment. Your Key Focus areas: Maintain the quality-of-service provision to residents in line with the Aged Care Quality Standards. Collaborate with residents and their families to ensure high levels of satisfaction, proactively resolving issues, and facilitating case conferences where required. Manage the financial performance of the home, through the careful management of resident occupancy levels, AN-ACC funding, purchases and expenditure, and team rostering and labour costs in line with the master roster. Provide leadership and coaching to the clinical, personal care, lifestyle, pastoral care, and catering teams. Maintain a safe working environment (including fire, medical, emergency and security) through risk management, and more. Your Skills and Experience: Completion of tertiary qualifications in nursing, healthcare, or similar (Bachelor of Nursing). Current Registered Nurse registration with AHPRA. Thorough understanding of the Aged Care Legislation & Aged Care Quality Standards. Demonstrated understanding of the AN-ACC assessment process. Demonstrated change management skills. Good understanding of the financial drivers of a business – revenue, costs, investments, and the ability to interpret and use a P&L. Strong leadership and management skills. Customer centric approach. IT savvy. Benefits & Culture: Generous salary package not for profit salary packing meal entertainment benefits. Relocation assistance 3 months accommodation. Leadership role with supportive management. Make a meaningful impact on the lives of our residents. Discounted gym membership through Fitness Passport. Access to CHL’s Healthy Body and Mind Hub for you and your loved ones. • Sat, 18 MayCatholic Healthcare
Residential Manager » Coffs Harbour Region, New South Wales - Job Description Catholic Healthcare is a leading not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, home and community services and retirement living across NSW and SE QLD. Located in beautiful Coffs Harbour is our St Josephs Residential Aged Care home (112 beds) and we are seeking a Residential Manager to manage the day-to-day operations of the home. The home leadership team comprises of 2 Care Managers, a Workplace Educator, Administration Manager, Chef Manager, Lifestyle Coordinator and Pastoral Care Coordinator. You will also have ongoing support to a Regional Manager, Regional Support Manager and Business Partners from Support Office including Finance, HR, HSW and Recruitment. Your Key Focus areas: Maintain the quality-of-service provision to residents in line with the Aged Care Quality Standards. Collaborate with residents and their families to ensure high levels of satisfaction, proactively resolving issues, and facilitating case conferences where required. Manage the financial performance of the home, through the careful management of resident occupancy levels, AN-ACC funding, purchases and expenditure, and team rostering and labour costs in line with the master roster. Provide leadership and coaching to the clinical, personal care, lifestyle, pastoral care, and catering teams. Maintain a safe working environment (including fire, medical, emergency and security) through risk management, and more. Your Skills and Experience: Completion of tertiary qualifications in nursing, healthcare, or similar (Bachelor of Nursing). Current Registered Nurse registration with AHPRA. Thorough understanding of the Aged Care Legislation & Aged Care Quality Standards. Demonstrated understanding of the AN-ACC assessment process. Demonstrated change management skills. Good understanding of the financial drivers of a business – revenue, costs, investments, and the ability to interpret and use a P&L. Strong leadership and management skills. Customer centric approach. IT savvy. Benefits & Culture: Generous salary package not for profit salary packing meal entertainment benefits. Relocation assistance 3 months accommodation. Leadership role with supportive management. Make a meaningful impact on the lives of our residents. Discounted gym membership through Fitness Passport. Access to CHL’s Healthy Body and Mind Hub for you and your loved ones. • Sat, 18 MayCatholic Healthcare
Pastor - Chinchilla Church of Christ » Chinchilla, QLD - Pastor Position available to lead our congregation forward Who are we; We are an independent Church associated... schools, community groups, facilities and a strong community environment. Who are you; We are seeking a fulltime pastor... • Fri, 17 MayChurches of Christ in Queensland
Pastor - Chinchilla Church of Christ » Australia - Pastor Position available to lead our congregation forward Who are we; We are an independent Church associated with a group of other independent Churches called the Churches of Christ in Queensland. Chinchilla is a rural town located in the Western Downs Region, QLD, approximately 3.5hrs west of Brisbane and has an approximate population of 7000. There are good schools, community groups, facilities and a strong community environment. Who are you; We are seeking a fulltime pastor with the ability to lead the mission here while holding to a strong commitment to teaching God’s word and caring for His people. Desirables: Working with the current leadership and congregation to build a mission and ministry expression relevant for our western regional rural community. Ministry Team leadership and strategic planning, including leadership development. Outreach into the community as an expression of Christian faith and worship, while remaining aware of the needs of our existing members. Preaching, Teaching, Praying, Pastoral Care (as part of a larger team). Registered minister of Churches of Christ in Qld or able to obtain. Current drivers license. Additionally, candidates should have a strong background in Biblical knowledge and the ability to apply it to everyday life. For further information on the church, community, core criteria and position description, and how to apply, please make email contact to the Chair of the Pastoral Search Team danfeldhahnelectrical.com.au or 0479091718 for an application pack. Applications close : Thursday 27 June 2024 • Fri, 17 May
Library Assistant (part-time, maternity leave contract) » Murdoch, WA - , you will need your CV, a selection criteria document, referee details, a written reference from your church pastor/ minister... • Fri, 17 May
Relief Teacher » Ulverstone, TAS - Burnie, TAS - ’s Registration (or the ability to obtain one), Working with Vulnerable People card and a written reference from a pastor/minister... • Thu, 16 May
Associate Pastor » Forster, NSW - across multiple departments like Sunday Gatherings and Kids) Focus Area: Kids (oversee and train teams) The Associate Pastor... • Wed, 15 MayCoast Evangelical Church
Administration Assistant » Ulverstone, TAS - and a written reference from a pastor/minister are essential requirements for your application to be considered. Leighland... • Tue, 14 May
Assistant Minister of Religion » Earlwood, NSW - Sutherland, NSW - to join our team. This position reports to the Head Pastor. The expected start date of this position... of Ministry will be an advantage Proven ability to build and lead a team Support the Head Pastor in performing the service... • Tue, 14 MayMARANATHA MINISTRY INCORPORATED
Assistant Minister » Surry Hills, NSW - Reports to: Lead Pastor Direct Reports: Ministry Team Leaders, Student Ministers, MTS, Lay Leaders Remuneration... others in a team and under the Lead Pastor. Willing to commit to the vision and mission and join Vine Church. Desirable... • Fri, 10 MayVine Church
Youth Minister - Door of Hope, Maryborough Church of Christ » Maryborough, QLD - experienced a loss of pastor and just over half its membership at the end of February, 2023. Since then, the Door of Hope... • Fri, 10 MayChurches of Christ in Queensland$34304.21 - 41927.37 per year
Secondary Science Teacher (Temporary full-time) » Darch, WA - : Teacher Application Form Responses to the Selection Criteria A detailed CV Letter of reference from your current Pastor... • Fri, 10 May
P/T Music Director » Surry Hills, NSW - Reports to: Lead Pastor Direct Reports: Band Team Leaders, Production Team Leader Remuneration: Stipend, housing... thinking. Willing to work alongside others in a team and under the Lead Pastor. Willing to commit to the vision and mission... • Fri, 10 MayVine Church
Youth Minister - Door of Hope, Maryborough Church of Christ » Australia - Application Invited from Suitably Qualified Persons For Youth Ministry Position Job details Pay $34,304.21-$41,927.37 a year Job type Part-time Benefits Annual leave Door of Hope, Maryborough Church of Christ – Youth Minister Participant in COC Long Service Leave Scheme (Portable Long Service) Subsidised accommodation Position details Position Title: Youth Minister – Door of Hope, Maryborough Church of Christ Reports to : Eldership – Door of Hope Agreement: Two year contract, with review after first six months Salary: $32.98 to $40.31/hour - $34,304.21 to $41,927.37 p.a., based on 20 hrs/wk (Prorata of $65,178 to $79,662 (according to Church of Christ Guidelines) Hours: 20 hrs/wk Annual Leave: 13 days pa (Prorata of 5 wks pa) Organisation Overview The Door of Hope, Maryborough Church of Christ, is affiliated with Churches of Christ in Queensland, and is located in the Fraser Coast Region, inland from Hervey Bay. The Door of Hope experienced a loss of pastor and just over half its membership at the end of February, 2023. Since then, the Door of Hope has come together well, is moving forward, is growing, and looking to the future God has planned for us. Average attendance is in the 40’s. Mission: Working together with God to love all people by inviting them to walk with us toward full devotion to Christ. Vision: We see our church becoming a community led by the Holy Spirit, with a Biblical system of governance, where prayer is a high priority, and the Bible is taught clearly; a church that seeks to connect people to Christ in a safe environment, using spiritual gifts to humbly serve God and to minister to others, through worshipping together and in caring small groups, and endeavouring to reach the community of Maryborough with the gospel of Jesus Christ. We value: The Scriptures The work of the Holy Spirit The ministry of every believer Worship Small groups Mission Our heritage The whole body of Christ The local community Position Overview To initiate/commence youth ministry at the Door of Hope. This is a pioneering task. To lead the ministries to youth in the church and community, and support activities aligned with the vision and values of the Door of Hope, Maryborough Church of Christ. Position Responsibilities Biblical Teaching To provide Biblical teaching for youth in the church To disciple and mentor emerging leaders in youth ministries (In time), to partner with the Sunday School Co-ordinator to help children transition into the Youth Group Love and Fellowship To encourage the active participation of youth in the church family To provide pastoral care to youth and families in times of need or grief Outreach Focus Support and promote overseas and local outreach supported by the church In school settings, engage with and care for the youth in the community who have no experience of church General Provide monthly reports to the elders on ministry accomplishments, activities and needs Provide a detailed report for the AGM Be part of an annual performance review by the elders To undertake two paid days of professional development per year To maintain an outside spiritual mentor and meet regularly with them Be eligible for and maintain a current Blue Card Key Selection Criteria SC1: Personal Requirement Evidence of a strong commitment to Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour The completion of, or current enrolment, in a Bible College Diploma or Degree Course is considered highly desirable Demonstrated ability to be a Godly role model through engaging and building relationships with youth Demonstrated level of experience in working with teenagers SC2: Leadership Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills to engage with the church congregation, church leaders and community leaders Proven organisational skills in leading plans and activities Have the capacity to lead others well and draw in other/new leaders SC3: A care and passion for teenagers and their families Love for teenagers and strong desire to see them grow into the image of Christ Ability to engage and connect well with youth and their families SC4: A passion for outreach locally and abroad A desire for the church to be outward focussed SC5: A passion for discipleship and mentoring A demonstrated ability to grow youth’s spiritual potential Youth Minister – Duties List Pastoral Support Provide pastoral support for to Maryborough Church of Christ teenagers and families Discipleship Engage the youth of Maryborough Church of Christ in Bible study Encourage and mentor teenagers in serving in Maryborough Church of Christ services and ministry activities General Seek opportunities to engage with local high schools Provide regular written and in person communication to the church on youth ministries Applications for the position, including a current resume and cover letter addressing the position responsibilities and key selection criteria, can be emailed to Barry Argent at barryargent1gmail.com (Please keep the address of responsibilities and selection criteria to a maximum of 4-5 pages) Please include 3-4 referees with phone contact details. Applications will be assessed as they are received. • Fri, 10 May

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