Youth Ministry Program Worker | Opportunity

The Uniting Church in Australia (UCA) is one of the largest not for profit and faith-based organisations in Australia and is currently advertising for two Youth Ministry Program Workers.

Uniting Mission and Education (UME), as one of four boards of the Synod of NSW and the ACT, has the role of leading and resourcing the Synod in discipleship, mission and leadership in order to serve Christ. UME also assists the Church to provide education, theological insight, strategy, research and resources for leadership, discipleship, ministry and mission. UME manages the operations of United Theological College (UTC), a partner in the Charles Sturt University, School of Theology.

We are hiring the first of a number of new Youth Ministry Program Worker roles available as part of the “PULSE” Program. ”PULSE“ is a Synod wide initiative seeking to grow vital Christian communities where emerging generations thrive.

The role has responsibility for delivering key aspects of the church-wide Pulse initiative. This position sits within Uniting Mission and Education, and reports to the Pulse Youth Ministry Program Team Leader. They will work closely with other members of the Pulse team, UME colleagues and Presbytery partners to design and implement events, programs and platforms to engage emerging generations in discipleship. Key to success in this work will be working collaboratively with Presbyteries and Congregations.

Read the full position description via the official advertisement on SEEK.

Contact and enquiry information is available within the SEEK advert.

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