Vacancies

Prison Chaplain (3 locations)

 

 

Prison Chaplain – Rimutaka Prison, Hutt Valley

 

Part-time position of 20 hours per week

• Can you work in an ecumenical context and support people of different faiths

• Can you help us show the love of God inside the prison walls

• Be willing to support all prisoners with a non-judgemental heart

• Support the Department of Corrections' goal of reducing re-offending

• Use your ministry skills to co-ordinate religious services and provide pastoral support

You will have the opportunity to journey with prisoners as they encounter the challenges of prison life and separation from loved ones and whanau.

Role Priorities

We need someone who has theological training, a deep faith, pastoral experience and is comfortable with, and has some knowledge of te reo and tikanga. A person who can provide group and individual services, pastoral support, and lead and co-ordinate volunteers.

A reasonable level of physical and psychological fitness is required.

Role Preferences

Experience working with youth or those with mental health issues would be an advantage, although not essential.

Every day will be different, so adaptability is important.


Are you ready for a new challenge?

You can download the job description and application form here:
Application Form and Job Description.

Please apply with your application form, cover letter and CV through SEEK.

Applications close Thursday 13 February 2020.

To discuss this opportunity please email Pona Solomona, our Regional Manager, phone 06 349 2254.

Appointments are subject to an acceptable church commendation, MOJ check and obtaining approval for prison access.

 


Prison Chaplain – Waikeria Prison, Te Awamutu

 

Part-time position of 24 hours per week

• Can you work in an ecumenical context and support people of different faiths

• Can you help us show the love of God inside the prison walls

• Be willing to support all prisoners with a non-judgemental heart

• Support the Department of Corrections' goal of reducing re-offending

• Use your ministry skills to co-ordinate religious services and provide pastoral support

You will have the opportunity to journey with prisoners as they encounter the challenges of prison life and separation from loved ones and whanau.

Role Priorities

We need someone who has theological training, a deep faith, pastoral experience and is comfortable with, and has some knowledge of te reo and tikanga. A person who can provide group and individual services, pastoral support, and lead and co-ordinate volunteers.

A reasonable level of physical and psychological fitness is required.

Role Preferences

Experience working with youth or those with mental health issues would be an advantage, although not essential.

Every day will be different, so adaptability is important.


Are you ready for a new challenge?

You can download the job description and application form here:
Application Form and Job Description.

Please apply with your application form, cover letter and CV through SEEK.

Applications close Friday 14 February 2020.

To discuss this opportunity please email Maurice McLaughlin, our Regional Manager, phone 06 872 8684.

Appointments are subject to an acceptable church commendation, MOJ check and obtaining approval for prison access.

 


Prison Chaplain – Canterbury Prisons

 

Part-time position of 20 hours per week 

Can you help us show the love of God inside the prison walls

• Be willing to support all prisoners with a non-judgemental heart

• Support the Department of Corrections’ goal of reducing re-offending

• Use your ministry skills to co-ordinate religious services and provide pastoral support

You will have the opportunity to journey with prisoners as they encounter the challenges of prison life and separation from loved ones and whanau.

Role Priorities

We need someone who has theological training, a deep faith, pastoral experience and is comfortable with, and has some knowledge of te reo and tikanga. A person who can provide group and individual services, pastoral support, and lead and co-ordinate volunteers.

A reasonable level of physical and psychological fitness is required.

Role Preferences

Experience working with youth or those with mental health issues would be an advantage, although not essential.

Every day will be different, so adaptability is important.

 

Are you ready for a new challenge?

You can download the job description and application form here:
Application Form and Job Description.

Please apply with your application form, cover letter and CV through SEEK.

Applications yet to open

To discuss this opportunity please contact Colin Morrison, our Regional Manager, phone 03 417 9324.

Appointments are subject to an acceptable church commendation, MOJ check and obtaining approval for prison access.

 

 

 

 

Prison Chaplain – Auckland South Corrections Facility, Wiri

 

Part-time position of 28 hours per week flexible

Can you work in an ecumenical context and support people of different faiths

• Can you help us show the love of God inside the prison walls

• Be willing to support all prisoners with a non-judgemental heart

• Support the Department of Corrections’ goal of reducing re-offending

• Use your ministry skills to co-ordinate religious services and provide pastoral support

You will have the opportunity to journey with prisoners as they encounter the challenges of prison life and separation from loved ones and whanau.

Role Priorities

We need someone who has theological training, a deep faith, pastoral experience and is comfortable with, and has some knowledge of te reo and tikanga. A person who can provide group and individual services, pastoral support, and lead and co-ordinate volunteers.

A reasonable level of physical and psychological fitness is required.

Role Preferences

Experience working with youth or those with mental health issues would be an advantage, although not essential.

Every day will be different, so adaptability is important.

 

Are you ready for a new challenge?

You can download the job description and application form here:
Application Form and Job Description.

Please apply with your application form, cover letter and CV through SEEK.

Applications close Monday 20th January 2020.

To discuss this opportunity please contact Richard Ward, our Regional Manager, phone 09 374 5364.

Appointments are subject to an acceptable church commendation, MOJ check and obtaining approval for prison access.

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