Positions Vacant

Positions Vacant in the Diocese of Broken Bay 

Schools Positions

Vacancies in Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Broken Bay  

 

Chancery Offices

 

Parish Formation and Resource Coordinator

Catholic Youth Broken Bay – Office for Evangelisation

The Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay extends from Sydney’s Northern Beaches, the North Shore and up to the Central Coast. Reporting to the Team Leader, Catholic Youth Broken Bay (CYBB), the Parish Formation and Resource Coordinator’s primary purpose is to develop and facilitate faith formation, training, and resources for parish mission to youth. This is a full-time position.

The Parish Formation and Resource Coordinator will cultivate and support parish leadership and participation in youth discipleship, develop a repertoire of contemporary youth resources, strategies and programs, and accompany parishes of the Diocese in their engagement of these. Catholic Youth Broken Bay is a team within the Office for Evangelisation.

As the successful candidate you will have the following skills and attributes:
• A personal commitment to the Catholic teachings, faith, ethos, values and mission of the Catholic Church;
• Experience working in close collaboration with parishes, agencies and religious orders and congregations of the Catholic Church or similar stakeholders;
• Relevant tertiary qualifications in youth ministry, theology, pastoral care or equivalent experience;
• A thorough understanding of youth discipleship and evangelisation;
• Experience in developing youth formation programs;
• An ability to develop and facilitate workshops, retreats and other opportunities for faith and ministry formation in parishes, in areas including, but not limited to, discipleship, prayer, catechesis, community life, justice and service, youth leadership, worship and evangelisation;
• High level skills to support parish engagement with youth and young adults, in the development of local youth retreats, train parishes in youth engagement and strategies for youth evangelisation;
• An ability to develop intentional relationships with young people across the Diocese in parishes and schools by assisting in collaborative initiatives and through regular youth communications;
• An ability to build collaborative deanery and regionally-based youth communities and outreach including but not limited to youth hubs;
• High level research skills, to source, critically evaluate, and disseminate resources to support parish formation and youth discipleship;
• High level organisational skills to develop formative content from conceptualisation through to implementation including delivery, assessment, parish follow-up and reporting;
• A comprehensive knowledge of child protection and safeguarding requirements;
• High level skills in contemporary computer applications including the Microsoft Office suite; Social Media and emerging technologies.

This appointment is subject to a satisfactory Working with Children Check Clearance in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 (NSW).

If you are interested in applying for this position please apply online via Seek.com.au or recruitment@dbb.org.au and include a cover letter, statement as to the selection criteria (which explains how you meet the requirements of this role) and a current CV.

Applications close COB Monday 16 April 2018.

 

Digital Communications Officer

Office for Communications
(P/T 25 hours per week) Based in Pennant Hills


The Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay extends from Sydney’s Northern Beaches, the North Shore and up to the Central Coast. Reporting to the Manager, Office for Communications, the Digital Communications Officer’s primary purpose is to coordinate the digital communications for the Diocese, including social media, website and intranet, photography and videography.

As the successful candidate you will have the following skills and attributes:
• A thorough understanding of the Catholic Church and a personal commitment to the mission of the Church;
• Experience working in close collaboration with parishes, agencies and religious orders and congregations of the Catholic Church or similar stakeholders;
• A proven ability to develop strategies and campaigns for online content across websites, intranet, EDMs and social media engagement;
• A comprehensive knowledge of web content management systems and social media platforms;
• Expert experience with HTML | CSS | Wordpress;
• Experience in Adobe | InDesign | Illustrator | Photoshop;
• A demonstrated ability to effectively use photography and videography to undertake story capturing;
• A demonstrated ability to track new and emerging trends in using social media to engage communities;
• Ability to moderate and escalate key issues that develop across social media;
• Strong communications and stakeholder management skills, including excellent written skills;
• Photography and video skills
• A keen eye for design and user experience;
• Relevant tertiary qualifications in digital development and marketing, or equivalent experience;
• Hold a current NSW driver’s licence.

If you are interested in applying for this position please apply online via Seek.com.au or recruitment@dbb.org.au and include a cover letter, statement as to the selection criteria (which explains how you meet the requirements of this role) and a current CV.

Applications close Friday 27 April 2018.
 

 

 

Parishes


RELIEVING PARISH SECRETARY


The Lakes Catholic Parish requires a relief Parish Secretary, for the Parish Office, at 56 Veterans Parade, Collaroy Plateau. This casual position will commence on Monday, 29 April and conclude Friday, 15 June.

This position involves:
• Processing correspondence, emails, telephone calls, and ensuring all matters are dealt with in a timely manner;
• Meeting and greeting visitors in a friendly and efficient manner;
• Providing assistance to enquiries regarding Weddings, Baptisms, Funerals and other Sacraments;
• Maintaining documentation and record keeping of sacramental records;
• Overseeing of Planned Giving records and entering into Diocesan PACs database;
• Managing and ordering supplies;
• Liaising with service providers, repairs and maintenance of Parish facilities, including tradespersons, cleaners and other contractors in the Parish;
• Participation at parish meetings if required;
• Overseeing WHS compliance;
• Other duties requested by the Parish Priest.
Qualifications and Experience:
• An understanding of the Mission and values of the Catholic Church;
• Experience in dealing with people;
• Computer and social media skills, including working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, Outlook, and PACs (PACs training will be available).
Attributes:
• Good communication and people skills;
• Attention to detail and ability to maintain confidentiality;
• Ability to work with School personnel.

Hours can be negotiated and a competitive rate of pay applies.

Applications addressing the requirements of the position may be made to: recruitment@dbb.org.au
Enquiries may be directed to the Chancery Human Resources Manager on 9847 0446.

 

 

Catholic Diocese of
Broken Bay

Building 2, 423 Pennant Hills Road
Pennant Hills NSW 2120

PO Box 340
Pennant Hills NSW 1715

Phone 02 9847 0000
Fax 02 9847 0001
news@dbb.org.au

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