~ A Police Records Check report, Vulnerable Sector Check report must be submitted with the application if not already on file (and up-to-date) at the Synod Office.
~ Clergy from outside the Diocese of Nova Scotia and P.E.I., must present confirmation that they are a priest in good standing and have their bishop’s permission to seek employment opportunities outside their own diocese.
Please contact Jana, Administrative Assistant for the Bishop, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (902) 420-0717 for profiles & application forms for any open positions.
St. John’s is desirous of having a long term covenant with a full time Rector who is interested in growing and sharing with its warm, welcoming and generous congregation, who wholeheartedly give of their time, talent and treasure. The successful candidate will be supported by seven (7) licensed Lay-ministers as well as 2 Wardens and Parish Council.
As in all walks of life, Covid-19 pandemic has presented many challenges through which St. John’s has continued to adjust in a very positive way.
North Sydney, a community of approximately 7,000 is located on the north side of Sydney Harbour, in Cape Breton’s Regional Municipality www.cbrm.ns.ca the second larges economic center in Nova Scotia. It is also an important port in Atlantic Canada, the western terminus of the Marine Atlantic ferry service and acts as the marine link for the Trans-Canada Highway to Newfoundland and Labrador. As a result, North Sydney is often referred to as “The Gateway to Newfoundland”.
Sydney, Cape Breton’s largest urban centre is located 15 minutes from North Sydney and is home of the Cape Breton Eagles, a Quebec Major Hockey League team, Cape Breton University and the Cape Breton Regional Hospital. The locally organized Celtic Colours International Festival has been a boom to the already successful music and culture industry of Cape Breton with a significant impact on the tourism industry. www.cbisland.com www.celtic-colours.com
The Cape Breton Partnership, (their Mission, “Transform Cape Breton-Uramaki into the most creative and prosperous place on earth,” have prepared an e-book which can be downloaded, it’s a guide through the culture, lifestyle and workforce that makes Cape Breton one of the best places in the world to live. Please visit https://welcometocapebreton.ca/
We look forward to receiving your application for this position. Deadline for applications is May 12th at 5:00 pm.
For the complete Profiles and application form for this position, please contact Jana, Administrative Assistant for the Bishop, at email@example.com or (902) 420-0717.
A Police Records Check report, Vulnerable Sector Check report must be submitted with the application.
Clergy from outside the Diocese of Nova Scotia and P.E.I., must present confirmation that they are a priest in good standing and have their bishop’s permission to seek employment opportunities outside their own diocese.
A copy of Canon 25 can be found on our website, linked here.
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 seek to transform unjust structures of society, to challenge violence of every kind and to pursue peace and reconciliation; [revised wording Nov2012]
*By focusing on the Marks of a Healthy Congregation as adapted by our Synod from the Alban Institute