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Diocesian Education Coordinator

Our partners in the Diocese of Toliara, in the Republic of Madagascar, are looking for a Diocesan Education Coordinator. The candidate is required to be qualified, highly motivated and competent with relevant experience.

A Coordinator is needed to develop new education programs and oversee ongoing programs for the Sunday School, Youth, Mother’s Union, Men’s Group and Church Schools within the Diocese of Toliara.  The position requires the ability to organize, prioritize, and manage multiple priorities using excellent communication and collaborative skills.  The role requires excellent leadership and mentoring skills and a dedication to support the faith growth of our parishioners through classroom service projects, community building and spiritual enrichment. 

The Anglican Diocese of Toliara is geographically the largest Diocese in the Province of the Indian Ocean and the Republic of Madagascar.  It covers four regions of southern and western Madagascar.  Travel links are poor, government services are few, and poverty is rampant. Toliara became a new Anglican Diocese in April 21, 2013, with Bishop Todd McGregor elected as the first Diocesan Bishop of Toliara.  The diocese has been blessed by very rapid growth: there are now over 80 churches and 8,000-9,000 Anglicans. There is an acute need for new priests to serve this growing diocese. Successful candidates will have relevant qualifications and experience.


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