Jobs | Eva Burrows College


Eva Burrows College is part of the worldwide Salvation Army that has been working with people for the last 150 years, to make a difference in our world. The Salvation Army colleges have been training its people for over a century for mission and ministry. The College brings the expertise and knowledge of frontline work and =experience in training to empower you for your life’s work. Join the dynamic team in one of the currently available positions:


The Registrar has a leading role in supporting students of Eva Burrows College with course and unit advice and enrolments. The Registrar reports to the Coursework Coordinator to provide accurate and detailed management of information and data relevant to student’s study and University of Divinity requirements.

Online and Distance Learning Coordinator

The Online and Distance Learning Coordinator will assist staff and faculty to achieve best practice in their teaching across delivery environments and platforms. This role provides leadership, coaching and mentoring to faculty and staff as we strive toward excellence in teaching across all modes of delivery. It will focus particularly (although not exclusively) on the online environment, across our course deliverables ranging from ‘in-house training’, accredited vocational training to Masters level theological degrees.

This exciting role will report to the EBC Principal and will manage and lead the Education Services Team.

Administration Support Officer

The School for Mission and Theology (a school within EBC) is responsible for the delivery of Higher Education degrees via the College’s accreditation with the University of Divinity.  The Administration Support Officer will provide administrative support to the faculty and staff of the School of Mission and Theology (SMT).

This important support role will report to the Director – School for Mission and Theology and will require someone who is a team player with energy and excellent organisational skills.

About VOX

VOX brings members of the University, especially academic staff, into conversation with churches, the community and you. It publishes original material and may republish or link to items from blogs, social media and news media.