Chaplain and Interfaith Adviser; University College London
Higher Education Chaplaincy in the Diocese of London, working in partnership with UCL’s Student Support and Well-being Department seek to appoint a Chaplain and Interfaith Advisor to
- Develop the existing chaplaincy provision within Student Services
- Minister to students and staff at UCL, from all religious and cultural backgrounds to support learning, teaching and research
- Pioneer the development of the Anchorage Student Congregation
The Diocese of London inspired by Vision 2030, seeks to minister to students and staff in the colleges and universities in London whose education and research shape our shared national and global life.
UCL welcomes students and staff from a wide variety of cultural and religious backgrounds. This creates a diverse community, a key factor contributing to UCL’s position as a world-class institution. UCL is committed to providing an inclusive learning and working environment where students and staff of all world views can thrive.
We want to appoint an ordained Anglican priest who can develop the existing chaplaincy provision within the University. The Chaplain and Interfaith Advisor will be someone with an undefended Christian identity who can nurture community and foster diversity and cohesion amongst students and staff from different philosophical and religious world views.
The Chaplain and Interfaith Advisor will be able to engage positively in the areas of faith and meaning for students and staff across world views in both personal and professional life.
We are looking for a Chaplain with aptitude and skills for pioneer ministry to develop the Anchorage Student Congregation begun by the previous UCL Chaplain and her colleague at the LSE.
To apply or for a full Job Description please visit: https://www.cofepathways.org/members/modules/job/detail.php?record=3643
Closing date: 17th October 2021