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Hobart City Church of Christ | Associate Minister Position Available

Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Are you called with a passion to minister to children and their families? Do you want to live in the best kept secret Australia has to offer?  Are you drawn to pioneer new mission opportunities in the broader community? Then you might just be the person God is preparing to take a, growing children's ministry to a whole new level!

The Hobart City Church of Christ is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Associate Minister, to strategically lead our children’s ministry to become a beacon of hope and compassion for children and their families in Southern Tasmania.

The Hobart City Church is located in the Central Business District of the Tasmanian Capital and has been serving the community in the name of Jesus for 147 years. With a changing congregation, drawing people from right across the Greater Hobart area and blessed with a demographic that genuinely covers all age ranges, City Church is entering a season of growth and desires to see the children of Hobart and their families won for Jesus.

The position is a full-time appointment for an initial term of 3 years. The Church will also cover all reasonable relocation costs to Hobart.

Potential candidates will be able to successfully obtain a Working with Vulnerable People Card (Tasmania) or a Working with Children Check (Victoria) and a National Police Check before starting in the role; be either a citizen or permanent resident of Australia; and be an endorsed and accredited Minister with Churches of Christ in Australia, or in a course of study heading in that direction, or willing to pursue this within the firm 12 to 18 months.

Salary and conditions of each of these position will be in accordance with the Churches of Christ in Victoria and Tasmania recommendations for ministers, depending on experience and qualifications.

Contact Michael Vanderree for more information at mvanderree@churchesofchrist.org.au.



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