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Chaplain at St George’s Hospital Christchurch

Chaplain at St George’s Hospital Christchurch

CHAPLAIN, ST GEORGE’S HOSPITAL PART TIME 0.3

 

The Anglican Diocese of Christchurch has a vacancy for an Anglican priest who will be the Hospital Chaplain at St George’s Hospital. This is a 0.3 role (12 hours per week). The Chaplain offers a ministry of presence and prayer to everyone on site at St George’s Hospital, including patients, their family, whanau, the staff and management. The successful applicant will be able to minister to all in a multi-denominational and multi-faith environment, be caring, prayerful, open-minded, confident and flexible. For a Position Description please contact bishopsea@anglicanlife.org.nz. Applicants should submit a CV and response to the Position Description to the same email by 9am, 16 November 2020.

Veronica Cross

+ 64 3 348 6960

bishopseaSPAMFILTER@anglicanlife.org.nz

12/10/2020

17/11/2020

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