An exciting opportunity exists to provide Anglican Chaplaincy at the Plymouth University which is at the heart of Britain’s Ocean City. Plymouth has a huge amount to offer, including an unrivalled lifestyle with its amazing green spaces, stunning waterfront and close proximity to some of the best beaches and landscapes in the UK, as well as all the advantages of a vibrant urban culture of a big city.
The Anglican Chaplain's main responsibilities include;
The Anglican chaplain is a member of the chaplaincy team, accountable to the University through the Multi-Faith Pastoral and Spiritual Care Co-ordinator. The Anglican chaplain is employed and appointed by the Diocese of Exeter to become part of the Chaplaincy team of the University as an associate member of staff of Plymouth University.
To arrange an informal discussion about this role please contact us by email email@example.com or by phone: 01752 500059
Closing date for applications: 19 September 2019
Shortlisted candidates notified: 23 September 2019
Interviews: 3 October 2019
If you would like to find out more about the Diocese of Exeter please visit our website: http://exeter.anglican.org/
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The responsibilities of the Anglican Chaplain include:
We are looking for someone with the following experience;
The Diocese of Exeter matches almost exactly the boundaries of the county of Devon, including Torbay and Plymouth. We are a family of Christians, worshipping God in many different settings and groups. We are led by the Bishop of Exeter, and governed by Diocesan Synod which is made up of representatives from across the Diocese.
The central office is the Old Deanery, Exeter, where there is a team of around 60 Diocesan staff whose work is arranged to focus on a number of the goals of the Diocesan vision and strategy, Grow in Prayer, Make new Disciples and Serve the People of Devon with Joy. These staff work in the following teams: Education, Mission and Ministry, Church and Society, Communications, Property and Church Buildings, Finance, Safeguarding, Vocations, Synod Office, Archdeacons Secretaries, Counselling and Pastoral Care Service and our exciting new Growing the Rural Church Project.