16. The Parish of Bryndwr (
seeks a full-time Vicar Christchurch
Closing date for applications: Saturday, 10 November 2012
THIS POSITION IS BEING RE-ADVERTISED.
St Aidan’s Bryndwr is an evangelical, family-orientated Anglican church
in the Diocese of Christchurch, seeking a Vicar who will:
• be evangelical
• demonstrate a pastoral heart
• make children and youth an intrinsic part of church
• have proven skills in facilitation and delegation
• be well organised
We are committed to:
• bible-based, practical preaching
• children, youth, and young-adult ministries
• local community outreach
For more information visit our website: www.staidans.org.nz
To obtain a parish profile and receive an application form, please contact:
Anglican Diocese of
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 03-348-6960.
(2) Our major residential Anglican theological college in ACANZP:
TE KOTAHITANGA AS BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE COLLEGE OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST, INVITES EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR THE ROLE OF:
ST JOHN’S VISION/HE KITENGA ROA
The College of St John the Evangelist has a vision of loving service, unity and reconciliation in Christ such that:
- We are entrusted with the theological educational task of preparing students to be sent out from the college, confidently equipped to be as sacrificial, transformative, just, healing and reconciling agents, as servants of God revealed in Christ
- We are able to give full expression to the diversity, gifts and treasures of the three Tikanga by our unity in Christ
- We live our lives in loving service to God’s people and God’s world. Our life and our formation at St John’s College and beyond always strives towards this purpose
- We seek to fulfil this vision as a Christian community that takes seriously our reconciliation in Christ
- We acknowledge that we undertake this journey in deep thanksgiving for the legacy of Selwyn and all our faithful forebears.
ST JOHN’S MISSION/TE MAHI HIKOI
The College of St John the Evangelist, in response to the saving act of Christ, and in recognition of the five marks of mission, exists to provide excellence in bicultural, three Tikanga, theological education for the mission and ministry of the Church in Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia and the world.
Te Kotahitanga (the Board of Governors of the College) wishes to appoint a person as Principal/Manukura of the College of St John the Evangelist. The position requires excellence in executive management skills, and a proven ability to provide leadership in a theological academic world, with a minimum of a preferred PhD or Doctorate in Ministry in areas relevant to the theology and management of a theological college.
The person will be expected to provide leadership, relationship management and strategic support and direction in the provision of quality academic programmes within the College of St John the Evangelist. This role is charged with driving the mission of St John’s by providing inspirational managerial and operational leadership, clear academic direction and skilful implementation of the strategic requirements of Te Kotahitanga. The position has a mandate for change with full delegated authority from Te Kotahitanga to develop and implement policy, make rules and regulations and facilitate the development and implementation of the academic curriculum. The role requires committed leadership, within the context of bicultural, three Tikanga relationships, and is responsible for management of the day to day operations of the College, pastoral and spiritual care of students through the Deans and staff and close liaison and consultation with Te Kotahitanga and other important stakeholders.
The level of appointment will depend on qualifications and experience.
You must be eligible to work in NZ to be considered for this position.
For a copy of the Job Description please contact the Te Kotahitanga Executive Officer, Ms Paula Jakeman
(09) 528 7086 or email@example.com
Closing Date: 2 November, 2012, 5.00 pm
Applications to be forwarded to the Te Kotahitanga Executive Officer – Ms Paula Jakeman
PO Box 87-188 Meadowbank, Auckland 1742
A colleague has pointed out to me that the advertisement crucially misses the role of forming candidates for ordination! But the article linked to below catches this aspect.
See also Taonga article.