TITLE: Church Mobilisation Officer
THE HEART OF THE CHURCH MOBILISATION OFFICER
The Church Mobilisation Officer must have a heart to carry the hope of the Gospel to those behind prison walls and understand that every Christian, whether inside or outside prison, is broken and needs Jesus. The Church Mobilisation Officer must firmly believe that we can all learn and grow through relationships with one another and that we as the Church have been given a mandate by Jesus to remember and visit men and women in prison.
The purpose of the position of a Church Mobilisation Officer is to build relationships with leaders in the denominations of Christian Churches in Australia, with the aim to:
The Key Responsibilities of the Church Mobilisation Officer are to:
· Correspond or speak at various main organisational meetings either in person or online.
· Work closely with the Ambassador Coordinator and with existing Ambassadors from a particular denomination so they are well informed
Note: Crossroads believes in the value of its volunteers and seeks to adapt volunteer roles and responsibilities to the experience and skills of our volunteers. So, we are open to discussions about how you may like to adapt the responsibilities above to your availability, skills, relationships and experience.
TRAINING AND SUPPORT
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
COSTS AND REIMBURSEMENTS
The role is a volunteer role. However, Crossroads recognizes that there will be costs incurred in the performance of the responsibilities which will be reimbursed based on prior approval by the COM. This will include a per km reimbursement for car expenses.
*Australian citizens and/or residents only