About the positionWorking collaboratively with churches, schools and volunteers, the Field Development Manager is responsible for leading the local delivery of SUA ministry through training, coaching and releasing both staff and volunteers into ministry opportunities within your district.  This includes recruiting and managing a team of school Chaplains. You will also be responsible for growing SUA ministry in the geographical area by establishing new camps and programs, and coaching event directors and volunteersThe Field Development Manager will have responsibility for areas around Dalby, Roma, Charleville, Eromanga, Cunnamulla, St George, Stanthorpe and Warwick in Queensland. The list of geographical areas is not exhaustive and includes the surrounding areas. This role can be undertaken anywhere within the district and will require you to travel across the district to enable you to lead the team and contribute sufficiently to the regional leadership team.  This role is based out of a home office with frequent travel expected.Our ideal candidate will have:A broad understanding of Christian youth and children’s ministryA minimum 3 years’ experience leading a team preferably within a not-for profit environmentDemonstrated ability to network, build partnerships and strategic alliances with a broad range of peopleTertiary qualifications in youth work, leadership, business or related fieldExperience and involvement in community fundraising and involvement within the Education sector is desirableDriver’s license essentialApplications To be considered for this role, please complete your application including the following:Cover Letter– Clearly outlining how you meet the role requirements as listed above for our ‘ideal candidate’, including your cultural fit within SUA. No more than two pages in total.Current CVThe closing date for this position is 26 July 2021.  For all other general enquiries please call People Services on (07) 3112 6566.Role Statement 55000 AUD Warwick 4370

Field Development Manager - Western Downs/Maranoa

About the position

Working collaboratively with churches, schools and volunteers, the Field Development Manager is responsible for leading the local delivery of SUA ministry through training, coaching and releasing both staff and volunteers into ministry opportunities within your district.  This includes recruiting and managing a team of school Chaplains. You will also be responsible for growing SUA ministry in the geographical area by establishing new camps and programs, and coaching event directors and volunteers

The Field Development Manager will have responsibility for areas around Dalby, Roma, Charleville, Eromanga, Cunnamulla, St George, Stanthorpe and Warwick in Queensland. The list of geographical areas is not exhaustive and includes the surrounding areas. This role can be undertaken anywhere within the district and will require you to travel across the district to enable you to lead the team and contribute sufficiently to the regional leadership team.  This role is based out of a home office with frequent travel expected.

Our ideal candidate will have:

  • A broad understanding of Christian youth and children’s ministry
  • A minimum 3 years’ experience leading a team preferably within a not-for profit environment
  • Demonstrated ability to network, build partnerships and strategic alliances with a broad range of people
  • Tertiary qualifications in youth work, leadership, business or related field
  • Experience and involvement in community fundraising and involvement within the Education sector is desirable
  • Driver’s license essential

Applications To be considered for this role, please complete your application including the following:

  • Cover Letter– Clearly outlining how you meet the role requirements as listed above for our ‘ideal candidate’, including your cultural fit within SUA. No more than two pages in total.
  • Current CV

The closing date for this position is 26 July 2021.  For all other general enquiries please call People Services on (07) 3112 6566.

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