Student Movement Support Coordinator and Music Coordinator
Your role with the Student Movement would be to assist in the training and mentoring of student leaders. This will involve individual mentoring, assisting with group training, networking between students, and visiting lunchtime groups. You may need to be available to visit a school weekly to help students establish a group and ensure it is running smoothly.
You will be required to visit youth groups, camps, churches and gatherings to inspire students to start new lunchtime groups.
The role will also involve leading presentations, devotions or workshops in schools.
You will also be required to use your network and establish new networks to build Mustard’s connection with new schools, churches and organisations.
Your role as music coordinator would be to coordinate and lead the music component of school programs and assist the school program director with other aspects of the programs.
Mustard is an organisation that exists to transform lives through Jesus in schools. We do this through our Student Movement, which consists of student-led Lunchtime Groups, and our School programs that are aimed at exploring faith and life in big group presentations.
The Mustard Student Movement is a movement of young people committed to living out their faith at school. The primary expression of the Student Movement is through Lunchtime Groups, where communities of Christian students gather together weekly, explore ideas of faith and life, and encourage one another to live it out in action. Mustard recruits student leaders to run these lunchtime groups and then empower, equip and encourage them to be leaders for Jesus in their schools.
Mustard’s Schools Programs are big group presentations, which may be in the form of a chapel service. This program is integrated into a faith week or an extended presentation with discussion. We take the cultural norms young people face today – from mental health to social media to identity and present them with a Christian worldview. The goal is to involve the lunchtime group from the school or other Christians so that students have a Christian connection in the school after the program is over.