The ideal candidate would ideally have a background and/or qualifications in law, counselling, education or healthcare, and would receive appropriate training to fulfil this specialised role.
About the Organisation
The Diocese of Broken Bay Office of the Tribunal is part of the Interdiocesan Tribunal of Sydney. The Interdiocesan Tribunal of Sydney serves the Dioceses of NSW and the ACT. The Tribunal is governed by the Code of Canon Law in determining applications for annulment.
About the Role
The primary purpose of the Auditor is to conduct interviews for the purpose of collecting evidence primarily in marriage nullity cases. Associated with this work is the preparation of cases on behalf of the Presiding Judge.
To achieve this, the Auditor conducts interviews with clients, liaises with the Presiding Judge for a case or the Judicial Vicar and, when directed, and provides information to Parishes of the Diocese of Broken Bay about the annulment process.
This role is a permanent part time position (two days per week) and is based at the Polding Centre, located in the Sydney CBD, with work also required within the Diocese of Broken Bay, primarily at Pennant Hills.
A competitive salary will be offered to the right candidate.
The primary responsibilities of the Auditor are:
The ideal candidate should satisfy the following selection criteria:
- Languages other than English
A position description detailing the role is available at www.catholicjobsonline.com.au or by emailing your request to email@example.com
Applicants should submit a covering letter outlining their suitability for the role by addressing each of the selection criteria as outlined above, as well as a resume outlining your experience. Reference checks will be carried out for preferred candidates.
The successful candidate will be required to hold a current Working with Children clearance in NSW.
Only candidates with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.
The Archdiocese is wholly committed to ensuring the safety, well-being and dignity of all children, and acknowledges its important legal, moral and spiritual responsibility to create a safe and nurturing environment for those children.
Applications to be sent in confidence to:
People & Culture
Polding Centre, Level 5
133 Liverpool Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
Applications close: Tuesday 23 March 2021