United Church of Canada  

Newfoundland and Labrador Conference

With joy in our hearts and a song on our lips we,

the Newfoundland and Labrador conference of The United Church of Canada,

believe that we are called by God to love and serve others. 

Through our various shared ministries in the name of Jesus Christ,

we are called to uphold the gifts and skills in each other;

to honour differences;

to be accepting of change while honouring heritage and traditions;

to seek justice

and through all of this to know that we are not alone. 

Thanks be to God

A renewable interim appointment of three years, starting on July 1st, 2018

Nestled in the heart of McGill University’s dynamic downtown campus in the vibrant city of Montréal, Québec, the United Theological College is looking for an individual who will help it achieve its next step on the path to sustainable growth.

The successful candidate will be required to demonstrate:
 Experience in transformational leadership and visioning
 Proficiency in both English and French
 Experience in strategic planning and fundraising
 Experience in teaching and mentoring of students

The successful candidate should possess:
 Knowledge and understanding of The United Church of Canada
 Solid internal and external communications skills
 Strong abilities for inspirational and collaborative leadership
 Demonstrated capacities for networking and team-building
 A doctoral degree (with an applicable specialisation)

Additional advantages of a successful candidate are:
 Ministry experience in The United Church of Canada 
 Certificates or degrees in management 
 Experience with distance and continuing education
 Demonstrated academic accomplishments (publications etc.)

For more information about this exciting challenge, please, refer to the job description below.

The United Theological College is an Affirming Ministry and an equal opportunity employer. Please, refer to our website to find out more about our history of being fully inclusive of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. Candidates from a variety of diverse backgrounds are actively encouraged to apply and identify themselves as such in their application.

In order to apply, please, send your letter of intent, CV, three references and an outline of your expectations in terms of salary and benefits to the attention of:

Raoul Gebert, Chair of the Personnel Committee
United Theological College
3521 Rue University, Montréal, QC H3A 2A9

Click one of the attachments below for further details and job description