Positions Vacant

Come and join God’s mission in Tasmania!

Would you like to come and join a great team of church leaders, working together to fulfil our shared vision to see A church for Tasmania, making disciples of Jesus?

We regularly have opportunities for Rectors to lead revitalisations in local churches, as well as for Rectors to build on currently fruitful ministries.

There are also occasional opportunities for Assistant Ministers (curates), Youth or Children’s ministry positions, and church planters.

Our Diocesan Vision is that all clergy will have a lively and growing relationship with Jesus and be convinced of the Bible’s centrality, with a commitment to preaching and teaching it. We seek Rectors who will be highly skilled leaders of change, mission, and disciple-making ministries. They will be committed to ongoing personal and professional development, and review. 

We place a high value on providing training, support and coaches for all our ministry leaders, and work together as a team across Tasmania.

Please pray and seek God if you think this might be you.  All current positions are advertised on this page, but you can also contact Stephen Carnaby, Director of Ministry Development (DMD@anglicantas.org.au) to express general interest in future possibilities and to find out more about ministry in Tasmania.

Network Operations Manager – All Saints Anglican Network, Launceston

All Saints is a large, evangelical, Anglican multi-church network based in the heart of Launceston, Tasmania.  We currently have three church sites, located in Launceston, St Leonards and George Town.  Our vision is to be a church that helps people ‘live life well’, believing that we are ‘better together’ as God’s people. The Network Operations…

Chaplaincy Coordinator – Launceston General Hospital

We are seeking a passionate, caring and professional person to coordinate the Chaplaincy services at the Launceston General Hospital. The full-time position is responsible for the oversight and maintenance of the spiritual visiting program, working as a member of the Allied Health team to support chaplains and volunteers to fulfill referrals and respond to spiritual…

Administrative Assistant

The Anglican Diocese of Tasmania is recruiting for a fixed-term (6 month), part-time (0.5 FTE) position to support our Registry team. The function of the role is to work in close collaboration with the Diocesan staff to assist the smooth functioning of the Registry office and to provide administrative services to the Assistant Registrar. By…

Cemeteries Clerk

The Anglican Diocese of Tasmania is recruiting to fill a new full-time, fixed term (12 months) position as part of its centralisation of the administration of cemeteries across the state. The role encompasses: Coordinating the acquisition and establishment of online cemetery and columbarium record keeping platform. Coordinating the integration of cemetery and columbarium recordkeeping and…

Ministry Opportunity – Flinders Island, Tasmania

Tranquillity, breath-taking natural beauty, some of the best locally grown seafood in the world, and the opportunity to encourage the local church – all awaits you on Flinders Island. Seeking a change of pace? Then do consider this wonderful ministry opportunity for a holiday or sabbatical on Flinders Island, in exchange for Sunday Services and…

Safe Church Communities (SCC) Coordinator – Reposted

We are still looking for the right person for this important and challenging role at the forefront of our safe ministry strategy. The purpose of the SCC Coordinator is to make the Diocese a safe place for children and vulnerable people. The role encompasses the following areas: Oversight of compliance with the relevant Ordinances, Canons,…

Community Mentoring Coordinator

Southern Beaches Anglican is looking for a coordinator to lead the development of the community mentoring program. The role is based in Dodges Ferry. A combination of experience in schools, chaplaincy, youth work, working with volunteers and administration are highly favourable. Applicants with experience in some but not all of these are also encouraged to…