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Expressions of interest: Project Officer

In 2011, the Brisbane Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy, will celebrate 150 years of ministry in Queensland. This event will be marked with due celebrations, activities and events to celebrate the past, present and future of the Sisters of Mercy in Queensland.

Involvement of Sisters of Mercy, partners in ministry, Mercy associates, Church and State officials and the wider community will be encouraged.

The congregation is seeking applications from enthusiastic and suitably experienced persons for an 18 month position as Project Officer to implement this project under the theme of "Living Mercy – Celebrating with the Sisters of Mercy – 150 years in Queensland".

The Project Officer will work with the 150 Years Project Co-ordinating Committee and report to the Congregation Leader through the Chair of the Committee.

About the Sisters of Mercy Brisbane
The Brisbane Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy was established from Ireland in 1861 under the leadership of Mother Vincent Whitty. Their inspiration is drawn from their founder, Catherine McAuley, who recognised the needs of those who were marginalized and oppressed by unjust social attitudes and practices of the day.

Today, with their partners in ministry, the Sisters of Mercy seek to develop collaborative relationships and processes to continue Catherine McAuley’s tradition of service in sustainable ways.

Further information?
To obtain a position description and further information please contact Nigel Harris, Phone: (07) 3163 8000 or Email: Applications addressing the selection criteria within the position description close July 12, 2010.