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City Kids Coordinator

City on a Hill Brisbane

Applications closed Thursday 5th December 2019


City on a Hill began with a small team and a big vision to make a difference in our world for the glory of God.

Since our inception in Melbourne in 2007, we have witnessed a special work of God's grace as he has united hundreds of men and women around the mission of 'knowing Jesus and making Jesus known'. City on a Hill now meets across five locations in three cities.

While our story is characterised by constant change and growth, we have maintained an enduring commitment to Christ and his call on our lives in this generation. We are committed to raising up gospel hearted leaders, to build healthy churches, which will reach and serve cities with the gospel of Jesus.


City on a Hill Brisbane is seeking to employ a City Kids Coordinator. This is a part time position, 2 days per week.

City on a Hill Brisbane currently meets in Palace Barracks Cinemas in Brisbane’s CBD.


  1. Lead our children to ‘know Jesus and make Jesus known’ by developing a children’s
    ministry that is engaging, fun and brings the good news of Jesus to City on a Hill’s
  2. Recruiting, equipping and empowering leaders and volunteers.
  3. Oversight of the curriculum including the development of new material and the assessment and fine-tuning of existing material; ensuring that the curriculum is faithful
    and engaging.
  4. Managing the efficient, effective and compliant operations of the City Kids Sunday
  5. Work with the Lead Pastor to ensure healthy integration between children’s ministry
    and the wider church body. This includes helping to equip families with resources to
    disciple their children.


  1. A demonstrated love for Jesus and his people.
  2. Willingness to commit to the vision and mission of the church as a member of City on a Hill.
  3. A robust understanding of the Gospel and the Scriptures (formal theological education
    will be well regarded, either completed, in progress or willing to commence).
  4. Fulfil the character qualifications outlined for deacons in 1 Timothy 3:8-13.
  5. Ability to recruit, lead and develop volunteer leaders.
  6. Demonstrated ability to teach and disciple children.
  7. Experience providing direction and oversight of a children’s ministry program.
  8. Ability to effectively and efficiently communicate, manage time, and prioritise duties
    and responsibilities.
  9. Able to maintain trust and confidentiality when handling sensitive information


All City on a Hill staff must hold a current Victorian Working with Children Check, a National Police History Check that returns no disclosed outcomes that would exclude you from the role, and uphold the standards outlined in the Anglican Church of Australia Faithfulness in Service code of personal behaviour for church workers.

Applications closed Thursday 5th December 2019