Muslim Chaplain (Volunteer)- Male


Fulfilling role for those who would like to work among young adults and be part of the Multi-Faith team who won a national central award recognising the service they offer.

University of Lincoln Multi-Faith Chaplaincy is looking for a volunteer male Muslim Chaplain to be available for the University community to respond and offer pastoral and religious support to Muslim staff and students.

A minimum of two hours a week but this is flexible. If you are interested and would like to know more about it you can contact Subash Chellaiah  or for an informal conversation 07500910372

The role involves

  • Provide individual and group pastoral care and spiritual guidance to Muslim students and staff. (This can include personal issues, bereavement, cultural issues, relationship challenges and faith struggles.)
  • Facilitate access to local Islamic groups for Muslim student and staff.
  • Advise the university, when needed, on practices, rituals and beliefs of Muslims.
  • Be pastoral rather than evangelistic in your approach to students.
  • Be a friendly presence to students – a listening ear.
  • Work with the University Chaplaincy Co-ordinator to use designated faith spaces appropriately and imaginatively.
  • To be an Associate member of the Islamic Society, advising and providing support for Muslim students.
  • Be positive and supportive of the work of the University of Lincoln.
  • Abide by the Health and Safety and security rules of the University of Lincoln.
  • Attend University Welcome week and support other Chaplaincy events when possible.
  • Work with other services within the university and sign post students to appropriate services if needed.