St Andrew’s College is a leading Anglican Boys’ Boarding School situated in Grahamstown in the beautiful Eastern Cape. The school is a flourishing juxtaposition of deep traditions and cutting edge innovative educational practice.
We invite applicants for the position of
The Chapel is the literal and metaphorical heart of the school, and the role of the Chaplain is critical to the development of the Spiritual life of the boys, staff, Old Andreans, and the broader Andrean community. The Chaplain, who works across St Andrew’s College and St Andrew’s Preparatory School, ensures that that the Christian spiritual lives of the boys and staff are nurtured in keeping with the broad spectrum of Anglican Christian tradition by creating a Christ-centred environment; responsible for spiritual leadership, teaching, pastoral care and the teaching of Religious Education. In addition to this the Chaplain is part of the Wellness Team.
The successful candidate must:
be a suitably qualified and ordained Anglican priest with a passion for youth ministry;
be committed, dynamic, innovative and experienced; and with an understanding of ministry in a school environment.
have an excellent organisational skills.
have an understanding of and a willingness to grow the unique teaching partnership with the Diocesan School for Girls.
be willing to participate fully in the life of the school and in extra-curricular activities.
To commence in June 2020
This appointment is made by St Andrew’s College in consultation with the Bishop of Grahamstown, and is subject to the successful candidate being licenced by the Bishop.
Applications, including a detailed CV and the names and contact details of three referees, should reach Mrs Leigh Vetch L.firstname.lastname@example.org
The application form is available on our website under “Employment Opportunities”. All applications will be treated in strict confidence. The schools reserve the right not to proceed with the filling of the post. An application in itself does not entitle the applicant to an interview.