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College Chaplain

The Riverina Anglican College is seeking a passionate and dedicated pastoral and spiritual leader to take on the role as College Chaplain. This role requires dynamic and proactive approaches to leadership, thinking, problem solving and task management.

Located in Wagga Wagga in the picturesque Riverina region of NSW, The Riverina Anglican College is a progressive, independent, non-selective co-educational college of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra/Goulburn offering a wide variety co-curricular activities, service learning and leadership opportunities and the full range of subjects from the HSC curriculum. From its foundation in 1998 with the acknowledgement and expectation that all students are capable of excellent personal, educational, social and career achievement, The Riverina Anglican College has an outstanding reputation across all spheres of student life. The College aims to develop thoughtful global citizens and to stimulate in all students an intellectual curiosity, the capacity to tackle and solve problems, the ability to think creatively and logically, and the ability to work with others.

The successful candidate will play a key role in the strategic planning process of the College in the years ahead. This is a fulltime permanent role reporting to the Principal through the Deputy Principal: Wellbeing and Pastoral Care.

  For further information and the position description and selection criteria please click here.

How to apply:

When applying please forward your full CV, a covering letter addressing the selection criteria and the details for 3 professional referees.

Applications should be sent to the Assistant to the Principal – Susan Gould at Susan.Gould@trac.nsw.edu.au

Salary will be negotiated with reference to qualifications and experience in line with the current Independent Schools MEA.

Closing date for applications: Friday 18 August, 2017
Commencement date: 1 January, 2018

 

 To apply for casual relief work, please submit your CV to the Deputy Principal, Mr Trevor Howard.