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King's College Auckland - Senior Chaplain - Applications close 7 February 2020.

King's College Auckland - Senior Chaplain - Applications close 7 February 2020.

King's College has a rich tradition and future focus that supports students and the King's community to realise the best all round education there is.

An outstanding opportunity has arisen to become the Senior Chaplain for the College commencing in 2020.

The Chapel is regarded as being at the heart of the College.  This role brings to life the essence of a spiritual focus central to a Christian faith-based education and is supported by a wide community of interest, both external and internal to the College.  It is a unique opportunity to grow the present strong foundation and to lead enhancements to the spiritual and pastoral curriculum to ensure our students are strengthened as individuals and as contributing, service-oriented citizens.

A variety of activities fill the year, from running services in our beautiful Chapel to management of the extra-curricular spiritual outreach programme, providing pastoral support to students and our community services, and part time teaching.  The position also requires the Senior Chaplain to be available for associated school events and special occasions.  You will be  a key member of the Senior Leadership Team and contribute to both the leadership agenda and strategic direction of the College.

Applicants must be an Anglican Priest with tertiary theology qualifications and be able to demonstrate a track record of building diverse, strength-based relationships and communications with adolescents, their families, staff and communities.

Please do visit our website to explore the King's College ethos.  We look forward to engaging with you on this unique opportunity.

Please go to to submit your application.

Applications close 4.00pm Friday 7 February 2020.



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