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This list is in order by geographic region, then by diocese and parish. On this page there are listings for Australia and New Zealand.

Clicking on the links in the table to the left will take you to other sections of the Vacancies Centre. You can place an advertisement or read about how to do so, or you can browse our extensive collection of links to other vacancies listings.

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Vacancies: Australia
Church Australia
Parish North Rockhampton
Position Rector
Description We seek a Rector with a strong personal faith who:
  • is comfortable with a broad mix of service and worship styles,
  • will engage with the whole community and all ages in this lively parish as both friend and spiritual leader,
  • is a confident and articulate scriptural and theological preacher and teacher, able to challenge the church community intellectually and spiritually and offer an appropriate style and content of preaching to suit the congregation,
  • will develop and support the ministry team and encourage people to play an active role in church life,
  • will be attentive to his/her personal growth in Christian life and discipline,
  • has a strong sense of social justice.
Further details Enquiries and applications to:

Revíd John Coleman,
Administrator of the Diocese of Rockhampton
Telephone 0414 72208
Closes Thursday 30 October 2014
Vacancies: New Zealand
Church New Zealand
Parish St Paul's Collegiate School
Position Chaplain
Description St Paulís Collegiate is an independent Anglican secondary school situated in Hamilton city, New Zealand. Regarded as one of the countryís leading schools, it currently has a roll of 684 students, 287 of whom are boarders. Boys only in Years 9 and 10, St Paulís is co-educational in the senior school (Years 11, 12 and 13).

The Chaplain plays a crucial part in the daily life of the school, nurturing and attending to the spiritual and pastoral needs of the school community through taking services three times per week in the magnificent Chapel of Christ the King, providing spiritual guidance, teaching religious education and being a central member of the pastoral team. We need someone who will actively promote and encourage a caring, inclusive and respectful community whilst supporting its ethos and culture by involvement in co-curricular activities.

Our current Chaplain is returning to Canada in December having spent five and a half years at St Paulís. The successful candidate will be paid a teacherís salary and provided with the use of a large modern four bedroom residence on site.

A full position description and conditions of service, together with background information on the school can be obtained by contacting Mrs Donna Shalloe at Private Bag 3069, Waikato Mail Centre, Hamilton 3069,

Applications close 4pm Friday 5 September 2014

Further details Donna Shalloe -
Telephone +64 7 957 8889
Closes Friday 12 September 2014
Church New Zealand
Parish St Peter's School, Cambridge
Position School Chaplain
Description St Peterís School offers unparalleled depth and breadth in teaching and learning. Our talented people care and strive for excellence in every sense. Our magnificent environment is an inspiration to our learning community.

The St Peterís School Trust Board seeks to appoint a dynamic, energetic, friendly and empathic Chaplain to lead chapel services and the religious education programmes at St Peterís.

About the role
This position is open to all Anglican Clergy and requires an engaging motivated leader of spiritual education and Christian values supporting students, staff and the community, both of Anglican and other religious affiliations.

Based within the Pastoral Care Centre, the School Chaplain is an integral part of the Pastoral Care team, with proven ability to communicate with all sectors of the school community, playing an active role in the life of the school.

Position to commence late January 2015.

What experience and skills do you need?
You will have experience in teaching and leading religious education in a school or community environment, and be able to provide spiritual and pastoral care for all students, staff and parents. You need to be an approachable, friendly and clear communicator who has an adaptable professional manner.

You will need to be a registered teacher or have a limited authority to teach.

If you are an energetic, enthusiastic, motivated person who wishes to pursue a calling, not just a career, this position may be for you?

Who are we?
St Peterís is one of New Zealand's leading Independent, Anglican, co-educational, day and boarding secondary schools for Years 7 to 13 students.

St Peterís School acknowledges/supports the five Marks of Mission. We acknowledge Maori, Pakeha and Pasifika as the three strands in the structure of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa.

Package commensurate with skills, experience by negotiation.

Further details For further information, please view our website for a Job Description and Application Form. Applications to be sent to the HR Administration Manager, Ruth Taylor. Email or post to Private Bag 884, Cambridge, 3450, New Zealand.
Telephone 07 823 3752
FAX +64 7 827 9812
Closes Friday 19 September 2014

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