Boarding And Chaplaincy Graduate


About the position

St Peter’s College is looking to appoint a Boarding and Chaplaincy Graduate to support the School’s Boarding and Chaplaincy programmes This is a fixed-term position providing the successful candidate an opportunity to spend a structured year (until the end of the 2020 School year) living and working in the School Boarding House.
Key responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to:

  • Boarding House duties and supervision.
  • Involvement in leading the Youth Group (Friday evenings).
  • Involvement in supporting and mentoring boarding students: Activities, homework, and Bible study group/prayer group.
  • Involvement with chapel services: leading, speaking, and music.

Hours for this position are full-time; however, the School can be flexible with working hours to meet the needs of the successful candidate.

As the successful applicant you will:

  • Be an example of a life lived according to the values of truth, respect and service.
  • Be trained in and/or have an interest in developing your Christian ministry skills.
  • Raise the profile of being a Christian in the School.
  • Engage current students with the Good News of Jesus Christ in the context of an Anglican School.
  • Hold a current Working with Children Check (Department of Human Services).

About St Peter’s College

Founded in 1847, St Peter’s College is an Anglican boys’ School located adjacent to the CBD of Adelaide.

Our vision is to be an exceptional community of learning.

With students from Early Learning Centre to Year 12, the School caters for a wide range of student backgrounds and abilities.

We believe that diversity contributes powerfully and directly to the quality of a boy’s education. We are committed to being a boys’ School that promotes responsible relationships and positive attitudes towards girls and women. We are uncompromising in being a safe and inclusive learning community respectful of diverse backgrounds of race and ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and nationality.

To find out more about a career at St Peter’s College, or to apply for this position, please visit our Careers page.

Applications for this position close Friday 6 March at 5:00pm.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Father Theo McCall (School Chaplain) on 8404 0466.

The successful applicant will be expected to satisfy child protection screening, and adhere to the School’s Child Protection Policy. St Peter’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.