The Chaplain's Appointment Process in Outline
Faith body representatives responsible for tertiary placements meet with those to be considered by CCTI as chaplains, and nominate campus locations for their work.
Applicants complete the accreditation form and forward it to the CCTI secretary with letters from their referees, and a current police check.
Applicants are interviewed by two members of the CCTI, and where required by other University staff.
Successful applicants are recommended by CCTI for work on campus via a letter to the Vice-Chancellor.
New chaplains attend a CCTI training seminar and a chaplaincy orientation event.
Chaplains receive a letter of welcome from the Vice-Chancellor to work on a designated campus according to their agreed contact times.
Chaplains present to the Director of Student/ Community Services to begin work on campus. They receive an ID card as honorary staff members.