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The Methodist Connexional Office is located at:

Weteriana House
50 Langdons Road
Papanui
Christchurch 8053

Postal address
:

PO Box 931, Christchurch 8140

T. (03) 366 6049   I. 0800 266 639

Please phone our main line (as above) and at the prompt either dial '0' to speak to Reception or enter an extension number. FOR A LIST OF EXTENSIONS CLICK HERE

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General Guidelines for Advertising Ministry Positions on the Methodist Church of New Zealand Website
• Advertisements are placed on this website from a variety of sources. Please use the contact details associated with each advertisement. The Administration Division is not responsible for any of these advertisements, and cannot assist with any applications.
• It is a requirement of the Methodist Church of New Zealand that all applicants for Ordained ministries will be ordained in a church that is a member or associate of the World Methodist Conference or World Council of Churches. Applicants must also be in good standing with their church of ordination and all other churches in which they have worked.
• All enquires to Rev Trevor Hoggard, Director Mission Resourcing trevor@missionresourcing.org.nz


Prison Chaplaincy Service of Aotearoa New Zealand
Bringing the Hope that transforms lives

PRISON CHAPLAIN - NEW PLYMOUTH REMAND CENTRE

Background
The Prison Chaplaincy Service of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCSANZ) is a registered charity that provides religious and spiritual support services under contracts with the Department of Corrections and Serco ("Contracting Agencies").

Chaplains work with prisoners to provide spiritual and religious support as they encounter the challenges of incarceration and separation from loved ones and whanau.

The New Plymouth Remand Centre is located at the New Plymouth Police station, but is managed by the Whanganui Prison (Department of Corrections). The Remand Centre hosts up to 30 prisoners. PCSANZ is  looking for a suitable qualified  person  to provide an  average of two  hours per week chaplaincy support to the prisoners. This is a paid position and covers a weekly site visit and any specific requests to meet with a prisoner.

To be successful in this position, you would ideally have:
Proven pastoral experience, ideally several years
Relevant theological knowledge
Accreditation  and  recommendation  by  a  supporting  church  denomination,  as  a  person qualified, experienced and suitable for the role of prison chaplain
An ability and willingness to work in both a spiritual/religious and secular context, and to minister in a multi-faith environment
Experience in working in a multi-cultural environment
An ability to speak Te Reo would be an added advantage

If you feel you have these skills and attributes, we would love to hear from you!

Closing date for applications: 12 January 2018

A job description is available from cathy.joseph@pcsanz.org or phone: 04 381 4982 for more information.

Please send your CV and covering letter by email to: cathy.joseph@pcsanz.org


Prison Chaplaincy Service of Aotearoa New Zealand
Bringing the Hope that transforms lives

PRISON CHAPLAIN - MT EDEN CORRECTIONS FACILITY

Background
The Prison Chaplaincy Service of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCSANZ) is a registered charity that provides religious and spiritual support services under contracts with the Department of Corrections and Serco ("Contracting Agencies"). 

Chaplains work with prisoners to provide spiritual and religious support as they encounter the challenges of incarceration and separation from loved ones and whanau.

We currently have a vacancy for an ecumenical chaplain working 20 hours per week on a permanent part-time contract at the Mt Eden Corrections Facility.

To be successful in this position, you would ideally have:
Proven pastoral and liturgical experience, ideally several years
Relevant theological knowledge
Accreditation and recommendation by a supporting church denomination, as a person qualified, experienced and suitable for the role of prison chaplain
Experience leading and supervising volunteers
Competence in working with databases, the internet and the Microsoft Office suite
An ability and willingness to work in both a spiritual/religious and secular context, and to minister in a multi-faith environment
Adequate physical fitness, and psychological and spiritual maturity to work within a secure, challenging and demanding prison environment
Experience of working in a multi-cultural environment 
An ability to speak Te Reo would be an added advantage

If you feel you have these skills and attributes, we would love to hear from you!

Closing date for applications:  Friday, 12 January 2018

A job description is available from  cathy.joseph@pcsanz.org or phone: 04 381 4982 for more information.

Please send your CV and covering letter by email to: cathy.joseph@pcsanz.org 


Prison Chaplaincy Service of Aotearoa New Zealand
Bringing the Hope that transforms lives

PRISON CHAPLAIN - CHRISTCHURCH WOMEN'S PRISON

Background

The Prison Chaplaincy Service of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCSANZ) is a registered charity that provides religious and spiritual support services under contracts with the Department of Corrections and Serco ("Contracting Agencies"). 

Chaplains work with prisoners to provide spiritual and religious support as they encounter the challenges of incarceration and separation from loved ones and whanau.

We currently have a vacancy for an ecumenical chaplain working 10 hours per week on a permanent part-time contract at the Christchurch Women's Prison. 

To be successful in this position, you would ideally have:
Proven pastoral and liturgical experience, ideally several years
Relevant theological knowledge
Accreditation and recommendation by a supporting church denomination, as a person qualified, experienced and suitable for the role of prison chaplain
Experience leading and supervising volunteers
Competence in working with databases, the internet and the Microsoft Office suite
An ability and willingness to work in both a spiritual/religious and secular context, and to minister in a multi-faith environment
Adequate physical fitness, and psychological and spiritual maturity to work within a secure, challenging and demanding prison environment
Experience of working in a multi-cultural environment 
An ability to speak Te Reo would be an added advantage

If you feel you have these skills and attributes, we would love to hear from you!

Closing date for applications:  Friday, 12 January 2018

A job description is available from c cathy.joseph@pcsanz.org or phone: 04 381 4982 for more information.

Please send your CV and covering letter by email to: cathy.joseph@pcsanz.org