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Director of Ministry Formation

Trinity College Theological School, founded in 1877, is an Anglican (Episcopal) Theological School that represents the diversity and inclusive character of Anglican tradition, committed to the proclamation of the gospel, the celebration of the sacraments, the life of the church, and the dynamic character of historic Christianity.

The Theological School is seeking applications for the position of Director of Ministry Formation. A full-time role, its purpose is to oversee the Ministry Formation Program in the School, preparing women and men for both lay and ordained ministries within the Anglican Church of Australia. In addition to the oversight of the program, this role will also be expected to teach within the program, alongside other faculty.

To be successful in this role applicants will need to possess Doctoral Qualifications in area of Field D (Practical Theology, Mission and Ministry Studies). In addition, you will need be an Anglican in Holy Orders (bishop, priest or deacon) or equivalent from across the Anglican Communion.

This role is a 3-year, full-time, fixed term contract commencing 4th February 2019. Applicants must be Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents or hold a valid work permit or visa.

Salary Range: FTE $86,569 – $97, 390 plus 10% superannuation and 17.5% leave loading.

Enquiries: Reverend Professor Mark Lindsay, Interim Dean of the Theological School

Email: mlindsay@trinity.edu.au

To be considered for this position, please ensure that you include a current copy of your CV and your response to the key selection criteria in your application, as set out in the position description.

Applications close 5:00pm Friday 5 October 2018

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