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Position vacant—CCD / SRE Administration & Support Officer

December 13, 2023

JOB TITLE: CCD / SRE Administration & Support Officer
EMPLOYER: Office of the Bishop
DEPARTMENT: Office of Renewal and Evangelisation
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
LOCATION:Xaiver Centre, Wollongong
MANAGER: CCD Coordinator
ACCOUNTABLE TO: Director ORE / CCD Coordinator

Suitably experienced and qualified persons are encouraged to apply for the role of CCD / SRE Administration & Support Officer (ASO) for the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD). Commencing in late January 2024, this role assists the Bishop, ORE Director, CCD Coordinator, Priests, Parishes and Volunteer Catechists to provide Catholic Special Religious Education (SRE) to students and their families in State Schools. The key aim of this role is to provide administrative and organisational support for the good functioning of CCD. The ASO will also be required to work collaboratively as a member of the ORE team in its delivery of the OOB Plan, especially those linked to Come and See, Go and Make – The DoW vision for Parishes (2023).

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How to apply

You should submit a covering letter addressing how your attributes, experience and qualifications make you a good candidate for the role of CCD Administration & Support Officer, one who is able to fulfil the key elements of this position description, along with any supporting documentation. You should provide two referees.

Please address your application to:
Mr Jude Hennessy
Director of the Office of Renewal and Evangelisation
Office of the Bishop
PO Box 1239
Wollongong NSW 2500

Applications can be emailed to [email protected].

For all enquiries call Helen on (02) 4222 2403.

Applications close Wednesday January 17, 2024.

Interviews will follow mid January, with the successful applicant to start as soon as possible in 2024.
Employment with the Catholic Diocese of Wollongong is conditional upon a successful referee checks, National Criminal History Record check and Working with Children check.

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