This position is 15.2 hours (2 days) per week.
Start date will be Term 1, 2022
Wide Bay (WBay) – SU Chaplaincy District
Before starting your application, make sure you have read through all the online resources about applying to be a Chaplain.
Please note there are minimum qualifications to being a Chaplain. You can view these requirements here (PDF). An opportunity for a Government waiver may apply in certain rural and remote areas.
When applying for this position:
the following documents will need to be uploaded:
- Right to work documents such as Australian or New Zealand birth certificate or passport; Australian Citizenship Certificate; Certificate of evidence of resident status; Copy of valid visa with work rights
- A copy of your current Working with Children Check (Blue Card) with details and
- Proof of your current relevant qualifications including academic transcripts
It is recommended that you have these documents available for upload before commencing your application