Become an SU Chaplain in Tasmania!
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.
CURRENT VACANCIES AS FOLLOWS:
We have the following vacancies in the North:
- Riverside HS – 15 hours
- Riverside PS – 12 hours
- Scottsdale HS – 20 hours per week
- Campbell Town DS – 20 hours per week
- Deloraine HS – 18 hours per week
Trevallyn PS – 25 hours per week
South George Town PS – 12 hours per week
Westbury Primary School – 12 hours per week
Waverley Primary School – 10 hours per week
Port Dalrymple School – 12 hours per week
- St Helens District High School – 10 hours per week
We have the following vacancies in the South:
- Tasman DS – 10 hours per week
- Lindisfarne North PS – 7 hours (1 day) per week
- Elizabeth College – 14 hours per week
- Jordan River Senior School – 4 days x 6 hours per week
- Geeveston PS – 5 hours per week
- Clarence HS – 10 hours per week
- Edith Creek PS – 13 hours per week
- Hellyer College – 13 hours per week
- Yolla DS – 12 hours per week
- Smithton HS – 10 hours per week
- Smithton PS – 18 hours per week
For enquiries or to apply, contact email@example.com or download an application pack below.
Potential applicants for chaplaincy positions should:
- accept, respect and relate to all members of diverse school communities in accordance with the school chaplaincy guidelines established by the Tasmanian Department of Education
- have appropriate qualifications (at least a Cert IV in Youth Work, Pastoral Care or higher)
- be experienced & confident in working with young people
- be actively involved in a Christian community.
- CHCCCS016 – Respond to Client Needs
- CHCMHS001 – Work with People with Mental Health Issues
National School Chaplaincy Program (NSCP) chaplains are required to complete this eSafety training, which is a live, free webinar-based resource for NSCP-funded school chaplains.
SU Australia is a ChildSafe organisation. Our chaplains must complete training on M3 Keeping Children and Vulnerable People Safe before commencing their work at school.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re not yet qualified but interested in gaining relevant qualifications, here are some helpful links:
- SU Australia Institute of Training: https://suit.edu.au/ (online delivery)
- TAFE: https://www.tafecourses.com.au/course-listing/certificate-iv-in-youth-work-open-colleges/