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Chaplaincy Expressions of Interest

SU’s heart is that being a school chaplaincy provider will open up and enable ministry opportunities with Western Australian young people. SU already desires to do its activities in partnership with local churches, supporting and strengthening their ministry and mission. This approach we will take to chaplaincy as a grass-roots partnership and opportunity for churches to connect with and grow their local communities.

Here lies the exciting opportunity. There is an opportunity for SU people to get trained and step into school chaplaincy roles. Also, we want to discuss your heart for your local community and how SU, through chaplaincy and our other camping, missions and school activities, can help you do it. We envisage this to be a partnership – with you and with local churches.

For more information, contact the Chaplaincy Manager, Melina Windolf on or 9371 9200

Holiday Camps Coordinator

Part-time (0.6 or 0.8) Starting late Jan 2020

SU WA is a dynamic and passionate movement of staff and volunteers who make God’s Good News known to Western Australians and see real life-change through Jesus. An opportunity exists for a passionate person to join this creative missional environment to coordinate, grow and drive SU WA’s Holiday camps ministry. They will use their gifts to support, oversee and promote existing holiday camps and develop and implement new camps in order that more young people experience the love of Jesus.

Core Competencies

  • Entrepreneurial gifts to implement new and innovative initiatives, particularly in a camping context
  • Ability to identify and follow up new opportunities and interested individuals, churches and groups
  • Ability to network and connect with people, inspiring them to action
  • Ability to relate to a wide variety of people
  • Ability to work in a self-managed way
  • Good organisation and administration skills
  • Ability to develop, mentor and support leaders
  • Ability to understand and implement policies and practices
  • Experience in and understanding of Christian camping
  • Ability to develop program materials suitable for a school context
  • Ability to train people and run training events
  • An understanding of mission practice and theory and the ability to relate this to SU’s Camping context

This position is 3 or 4 days/week (0.6/0.8 FTE) and involves out of hours work particularly during school holidays and leavers. The position starts in late January.

Click here to view the job description.

For further information regarding the position contact Joyce Arnott on 0408 956 559 or

If you wish to apply for the position please email your resume and a cover letter addressing the Core Competencies of the position, your suitability for the role and why you are applying for it, to

Applications close 5pm Friday 13th December 2019