Chaplaincy Vacancies

 

Become an SU Tas Chaplain!

Working as a chaplain can be a challenging, but rewarding position. A chaplain’s primary role is to provide proactive support and pastoral care for students, as well as their families and school staff members where required. Your aim is to create a positive and safe school environment, looking out for those in need.

Vacancies

We currently have vacancies in:

  • Windermere PS, Claremont (2 days per week – for enquiries contact admin@sutas.org.au)
  • Bellerive Primary School, Bellerive (2 days per week – for enquiries contact Jonathan Lim admin@sutas.org.au)
  • Jordan River Learning Federation (Senior School), Bridgewater (18 hours per week – for enquiries contact Jonathan Lim admin@sutas.org.au)

Requirements

As a chaplain, you will have at least a Cert IV in Youth Work or higher qualification (see below), and be able to accept, respect and relate to all members of a diverse school community in accordance with the school chaplaincy guidelines established by the Tasmanian Department of Education. Ideally you will have experience and confidence in working with and relating to young people.

To Apply

For more information, please contact SU Tasmania for a confidential discussion, or you can download our application pack here, and return the completed documents, along with your CV and Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria to admin@sutas.org.au

Click here to download all the files you need!

Training

If you’re not yet qualified but interested in gaining relevant qualifications, here are some helpful links:

  • SU Qld: https://training.suqld.org.au/
  • TAFE: https://www.tafecourses.com.au/course-listing/certificate-iv-in-youth-work-grow-training-group/

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