Current Openings
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Vocations Coordinator, Full-time - The Diocese of Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island




Vocations Coordinator

The Anglican Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island seeks a qualified individual to manage the important work of guiding and encouraging the work of vocational discernment. Located at 1340 Cathedral Lane, Halifax, we are seeking a Full-time, Permanent Vocations Coordinator. This on-site position is primarily structured to creatively manage, direct, and disciple those identifying and pursing a call to ministry. Please review the attached Job Posting and, if appropriate, request a detailed Job Description.

If you are looking for more than just a job, and feel called to serve in a season of flourishing and expanding ministry
leadership, please submit a cover letter and resume to The Reverend Ann Turner, Executive Director, Diocese of Nova
Scotia and Prince Edward Island ( A full job description is available upon request.

Vocation Coordinator Posting

Our Mission and Diocesan Vision

Mission: To participate in God’s mission of reconciling the world to God through Jesus Christ.

Vision: To create and sustain Christ-centered, mission-minded- ministering communities of faith.


*By focusing on the Marks of Mission of the Anglican Communion (1984)

  • to proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom;
  • to teach, baptize and nurture new believers;
  • to respond to human need by loving service;
  • to seek to transform unjust structures of society, to challenge violence of every kind and to pursue peace and reconciliation; [revised wording Nov2012]

  • to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth.

*By focusing on the Marks of a Healthy Congregation as adapted by our Synod from the Alban Institute

  • IDENTITY: Our congregation knows who they are before God;
  • VISION: Our congregations knows what it is called to do;         
  • STEWARDSHIP: Our congregation has the resources and leadership necessary to carry out its calling;  
  • WORSHIP: People experience the power and energy of the Gospel in their worship and life together;
  • OUTREACH: The activities of our congregation make a discernible difference in individual lives and in the world around us.
  • CONFLICT TRANSFORMATION: Our congregation has the ability to transform conflict into positive energy for the Gospel.