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Anglicans Online last updated 21 July 2019
Editor: Peter Owen email@example.com
This list is in order by geographic region, then by diocese and parish. On this page there are listings for Australia and New Zealand.
All Saints is a large, evangelical, Anglican multi-church network based in the heart of Launceston, Tasmania. We currently have three church sites, located in Launceston, St Leonards and George Town. Our vision is to be a church that helps people ‘live life well’, believing that we are ‘better together’ as God’s people.
The Network Operations Manager role is central to All Saints’ commitment to the Diocese of Tasmania’s vision to ’be a church for Tasmania, making disciples of Jesus’. It involves working closely with the Lead Minister and others to support all core and occasional Parish activities, attending Staff Meetings as required. The position would ideally suit someone with the gift of administration at a strategic and operational level. A person who can quickly assume responsibility for running the operational aspects of the Network in line with our vision, as well as growing administrative and volunteer teams. The role is ideal for a ‘can do’, personable, highly organised individual who enjoys ‘getting things done’ and is not afraid of dealing with detail as required in order to see projects and tasks through to completion. This is a new, restructured position that will seek to ensure that structures and systems are in place to meet the needs of our ministries and enable the All Saints Network to grow and develop.
For a full job description and application process either click on the dropbox link or contact Kathy Mumford.
Applications must be received by Monday 5th August, 2019
|Further details||Kathy Mumford, Personal Assistant to Lead Minister
All Saints Anglican Network Launceston
157 St John Street
Launceston, Tasmania 7250
|Telephone||61 (0)3 6331 4896|
|Closes||Monday 5 August 2019|
|Description||• Senior leadership role
The College of St John the Evangelist/Te Whare Wānanga o Hoani Tapu te Kaikauwhau i te Rongopai, continues to deliver residential theological education, formation and ministry development for the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia 175 years after it was founded in 1844. Its commitment to the Three Tikanga Church under the 1992 Constitution/Te Pouhere respects the Māori, Pākehā and Pasefika cultural strands embraced by the Treaty of Waitangi/Te Tiriti o Waitangi with the aim of providing a unified and cohesive missional culture in which to work, live and minister.
The retirement of the current Manukura at the end of 2019 offers a spiritually and academically rewarding opportunity for a gifted leader to guide the College to serve the mission and ministry of the Church now and into the future.
The position is a multifaceted one that encompasses spiritual, academic, cultural, organisational management and people leadership skills in equal measure. Key responsibilities will include:
• Providing the strategic and operational leadership of the College that will deliver the strategic plan approved by the Board of Governors/Te Kaunihera
|Further details||Julia Stones|
|Closes||Friday 26 July 2019|
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