Chaplains provide social, emotional, and spiritual support to school communities. They are in the prevention and support business, helping students find a better way to deal with life’s issues. They provide a listening ear and a caring presence in the school, available for all students, staff, and families.
SU Chaplaincy provides chaplains who model the compassion and unconditional love demonstrated and taught by Jesus, as recorded in the Bible. A chaplain will, therefore, be a person whose beliefs and lifestyle reflect a biblical understanding of, and a commitment to the teachings, life and person of, Jesus Christ. While exercising their role from within this framework, chaplains will be sensitive to, respectful of, and available to all, regardless of beliefs or religious affiliations.
To apply for a Chaplaincy position: https://apply.chappy.org.au/