Communications manager

TSCF is in need of a communications manager with experience in print and digital communications to keep in touch with our wider network and to support our staff team and 35+ student groups.

Communications include the award-winning Canvas magazine, email bulletins, fundraising campaigns, our website and a social media presence. This role also helps staff as they raise support, and student representatives as they share news from groups around the country.

We’d like to find a person to develop a team with excellent writing, editing and graphic design skills, WordPress and social media experience, and an understanding of brand management. A good understanding of current issues facing students and Christians, and how the Bible speaks to these, would also be an advantage.

Does some or all of this sound like you? Do you want to be part of a team of people who are committed to bringing the gospel to New Zealand’s campuses?

For a job description and application form, please contact us. Applications close at 5pm on Friday 30th August.

Previous applicants need not apply.

 

Practical help in Wellington

Does the thought of building repairs excite you, or someone you know? TSCF’s Wellington building isn’t quite this rough, but we would still welcome a project manager to deal with an urgent fix or two and get on top of some other jobs.

We have a maintenance programme and a budget for vital improvements, such as repairing the roof. We’re praying for someone who has experience overseeing such projects and is available to volunteer, on average, 1 or 2 hours each week. This person will free up staff who have been managing building maintenance—which is a wee bit outside of their core skill sets—at the expense of their own ministry work. This hub for many TSCF and Scripture Union staff is located in Mt Cook.

Contact Caitlin Ormiston if you’d like to chat about this opportunity to be part of the team.

Staff workers – Auckland, Palmerston North & Otago

There is an urgent need for staff in Auckland, Palmerston North and Otago to walk alongside students. This could be in a full-time capacity, with financial support from churches, graduates and other partners, in a part-time supported role, or fully voluntary.

Contact us if you would like to meet up with TSCF staff in your region, find out what student ministry looks like on a day-to-day basis, and learn more about the needs on campus.