Position available: Operations and Finance Manager of Stirling College

Applications close 15 October 2021

Stirling College is seeking an Operations and Finance Manager. Stirling is a Christian theological college affiliated with Churches of Christ in Australia. A college of the University of Divinity, Stirling teaches undergraduate and postgraduate (coursework and research) degrees to PhD level. Innovative courses in leadership, counselling, ministry, theology, biblical studies, pastoral education, and Christian discipleship are offered through flexible learning programs.

Stirling’s vision is to be a transformative educational community empowering people to serve Jesus, churches, and society. Our mission is to equip Christians to transform churches, lives, and communities, in Australia and the Asia Pacific.

Stirling is a national college with its main campus currently located at 44 – 60 Jacksons Road, Mulgrave, Victoria. All courses are being delivered online.

A generous salary and benefits package will be negotiated with the successful applicant.

Detailed information about Stirling, the position description, and the application process is available on by emailing recruitment@stirling.edu.au

Confidential enquiries should be made to: Graham Hill at ghill@stirling.edu.au

Applications are to be emailed to Graham Hill by the closing date of Friday 15 October 2021.

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