Administrator (12 Month Fixed-Term Contract)

Christ College is seeking a part time (0.8 full-time equivalent) Administrator to complete a 12-month fixed term contract with the possibility of ongoing work.

The successful candidate will work on-site at Christ College in Burwood, NSW, Australia. Duties will commence in November/December 2020.

About Christ College

Christ College’s vision is to see growth in Christ-centred leadership for God’s church to God’s world. We strive towards this vision by carrying out our mission to glorify God by preparing leaders for God’s church and its gospel-centred mission in the world, enabling God’s people to live for Christ in all of life.

Christ College is the theological college of the Presbyterian Church of Australia in New South Wales (PCNSW), governed by the Presbyterian Theological Centre Committee (PTCC). It is comprised of approximately 200 students studying in various modes (full-time, part-time, face-to-face, intensive, online) as well as both academic and support staff.

Christ College is an affiliated college of the Australian College of Theology (ACT), a consortium of 18 Bible and Theological colleges. The ACT is responsible for the accreditation of the courses offered at Christ College, as well as maintaining educational standards across the consortium.

Job Description

The Administrator facilitates the day-to-day operations of the College under the oversight of the Operations Manager and provides administrative assistance to the Academic Office.

The Administrator role has four main objectives:

  • Facilitate the day-to-day operations of the College;
  • Represent the College as the first point of contact across various channels of enquiry;
  • Assist the Academic Office with administrative matters;
  • Contribute to the staff team and other College initiatives.

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    Apply

    Applications and enquiries to the Principal, Dr Ian Smith (principal@christcollege.edu.au) by 5pm on Thursday 17th September, 2020. Applications must include a cover letter, complete curriculum vitae showing relevant work experience, the names of two referees (one professional, one personal/character), and information on current church involvement.