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Position available: Professional Supervision Program Coordinator

Applications close 28 October 2020.

The University of Divinity seeks to recruit a Professional Supervision Program Coordinator to commence in December 2020 or January 2021. This new role at the University is a part-time position (0.5 EFT).

About the University of Divinity

The University engages in high-quality scholarship and offers a wide range of awards in theology, ministry, spirituality and philosophy. Its students and graduates report some of the highest levels of satisfaction in Australian higher education, and the University’s research has been consistently ranked at world standard for the last decade.

The University’s Vision is that

Together we empower our learning community to address the issues of the contemporary world through critical engagement with Christian theological traditions.

For more information please see www.divinity.edu.au.

About the Professional Supervision Program

The Professional Supervision Program is an initiative that has been developed as part of the University’s Strategic Goal Changing Culture: Responding to the Royal Commission.

From 2021, two new Professional Supervision awards will be offered in a single program across the whole University:

  • Graduate Certificate in Professional Supervision
  • Graduate Diploma in Professional Supervision

The Program engages with the major Christian traditions and will serve a substantial, diverse cohort of students. As well as providing dynamic peer-to-peer learning, this will support formation of supervisors who understand denominational interests across a wide range of traditions and who are able to provide the independence recommended by the Royal Commission.

These awards are for a wide range of people in the helping professions to develop or extend their skills by equipping them to provide supervision to individuals or groups working in areas such as ministry, health, education, chaplaincy and leadership.  These awards teach a range of supervisory models and have reflective practice as a core component including theological reflection. It is envisaged there will be students from around Australia and New Zealand including regional and remote areas and in 2021 the awards will be delivered online.

About the position

The Professional Supervision Program Coordinator coordinates and contributes to the delivery of the component units of the Graduate Certificate in Professional Supervision and the Graduate Diploma in Professional Supervision. The Professional Supervision Program Coordinator leads a teaching team for the awards and is expected to teach a component or guide experiential learning in each unit. As the program grows, the Professional Supervision Program Coordinator may produce or facilitate research in the area. The Professional Supervision Program Coordinator works with a Professional Supervision Program Committee that is responsible for the academic quality and strategic effectiveness of the Program.

Read the full position description for key responsibilities, working relationships and selection criteria.

Position Description

How to apply

Closing date for applications:
5pm (AEDT) on Wednesday 28 October 2020

Applications must include:

  • A cover letter addressing the selection criteria
  • A curriculum vitae
  • Contact details for three referees

Send applications electronically to:
Anjali Antoniotti, University Secretary | aantoniotti@divinity.edu.au

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