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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 Canada.

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Vacancies: Australia
Church Australia
Position Several leadership roles
Description The Diocese covers an area of 800,000 sq kms from tiny outback communities, and mining towns to regional centres, and we are looking to the future confident in God’s plan for the church in this region.

Embarking on a Mission Action Plan, seeking to train and resource people for mission and ministry, we are looking for expressions of interest from women and men who are confident in their faith, gifted in managing change and excited by the challenge of serving God in Central Queensland.

Exciting ministry opportunities on offer:

Winton – Dinosaur Country
A small vibrant community. The Parish is supported by BCA and is looking for a priest in charge who will engage with the wider community and grow the church while helping to develop a sustainable ministry plan for the Western Region.

Moranbah – Coal Country
A mining town of about 7000 people. This position is supported by BCA, and is looking for a priest in charge to further develop and train the people involved in mission and outreach programmes in the community.

Emerald – Gem Country
With a population of around 15000 Emerald is one of the larger centres in the Diocese, with a strong mining and agricultural base. The church is looking for a priest in charge to continue the existing growth and to explore new ways of doing ministry in the region.

Theodore and Moura – Coal, Cattle, Cotton and Crops
The towns of Theodore and Moura need a part time leader who will help them to explore new ways of doing church. Someone to provide guidance and encouragement as they explore where God is at work in their communities.

A relatively new satellite town for Rockhampton whose population has doubled over 10 years. This region needs a person to help them minister to young families.

Is the major city servicing Central Qld, located on the beautiful Fitzroy River, 30mins from the Capricorn coast. There is an opportunity for a children's/youth minister as well as a church planter.

Further details If you would like more information on any of the above or would like to talk about other opportunities to serve God in this diverse and exciting part of Australia please contact
Bishop David Robinson
PO Box 710
Rockhampton Qld 4700
Telephone +61 7 4922 6755
Vacancies: Canada
Church Canada
Parish Trinity College
Position Dean of the Faculty of Divinity
Description Trinity College, a university in federation with the University of Toronto and a founding member of the Toronto School of Theology, invites applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the Faculty of Divinity. The appointment is for a term of five years commencing 1 July 2017.

Founded by Bishop John Strachan in 1851, the Faculty of Divinity at Trinity College has provided an Anglican theological education in a university setting. Trinity provides education in the liberal catholic tradition for Christian ministry, lay or ordained, both at the basic degree level (M.Div., M.T.S.) and at the advanced degree level (M.A., Th.M., Th.D., Ph.D., D.Min.). The Faculty also offers training and education through its recently developed Orthodox School of Theology. The Faculty seeks to adapt tradition in creative ways to connect with new intellectual, liturgical, spiritual and pastoral approaches, as well as evolving expressions of social justice and ecumenical co-operation, on a local, national and global scale.

The Dean will build upon the Faculty of Divinity’s longstanding leadership role in theological education, as well as the Faculty’s reputation for responsiveness to cultural change and the evolving needs of our interrelated global society. Developing a strong vision for the future and ensuring the high standards necessary for all Faculty of Divinity academic programs within a rigorous academic environment of openness, diversity and dialogue are key priorities for the future. The Dean will be also be instrumental in the formation of individuals for Christian ministry. The College especially seeks candidates who are ordained in the Anglican Church and who bring a record of academic excellence and leadership including an earned doctorate and the ability to supervise doctoral work. The Dean will be expected to lead and to contribute fully and creatively to the Faculty’s own objectives, as well as to play a prominent leadership role in the College as a whole.

Further details Applications and nominations should be emailed by December 15, 2016 to the Nominating Committee at . Please include a covering letter, a curriculum vitae and the names, addresses and other contact information of three references. Applications and nominations (which come with the approval of the nominee) will be received in confidence.
Telephone 416-946-7611
Closes Thursday 15 December 2016
Note Trinity is a culturally diverse community, and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, although Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

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