Miss Queensland Job's Daughter

Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter is the public representative for JDI in Queensland. She represents JDI at community meetings and charity events.

The Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter is chosen each year through a competition which includes etiquette, public speaking, personal interviews and a stage presentation.

This year’s Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter is Isabella "Bella".

Miss Queensland Job's Daughter

Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter is the public representative for JDI in Queensland. She represents JDI at community meetings and charity events.

The Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter is chosen each year through a competition which includes etiquette, public speaking, personal interviews and a stage presentation.

This year’s Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter is Taliyah.

Junior Miss Queensland Job's Daughter

Junior Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter is the public representative for the junior members of JDI in Queensland. Like the Miss Queensland, she also attends community and charity events and is selected each year through a competition.

She also works with local Bethels to assist in promoting Job’s Daughters in their community at fun projects and fundraisers.

This year’s Junior Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter is Georgia.

Junior Miss Queensland Job's Daughter

Junior Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter is the public representative for the junior members of JDI in Queensland. Like the Miss Queensland, she also attends community and charity events and is selected each year through a competition.

She also works with local Bethels to assist in promoting Job’s Daughters in their community at fun projects and fundraisers.

This year’s Junior Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter is Aerin.

Miss Queensland Charity Job's Daughter

Miss Charity is awarded to the Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter entrant who raises the most money for charity. She is then encouraged to support and assist in raising money for charities during her year.

This year’s Miss Queensland Charity Job’s Daughter is Rhiannon.

Miss Queensland Charity Job's Daughter

Miss Charity is awarded to the Miss Queensland Job’s Daughter entrant who raises the most money for charity. She is then encouraged to support and assist in raising money for charities during her year.

This year’s Miss Queensland Charity Job’s Daughter is Anthea.

Jurisdictional Queen

The Jurisdictional Queen is selected each year from interested applicants.  She is the representative for all the members from around the State.

She also works with local Bethels to assist in promoting Job’s Daughters in their community at fun projects and fundraisers.

This year’s Jurisdictional Queen is Damia.

Jurisdictional Queen

The Jurisdictional Queen is selected each year from interested applicants.  She is the representative for all the members from around the State.

She also works with local Bethels to assist in promoting Job’s Daughters in their community at fun projects and fundraisers.

This year’s Jurisdictional Queen is Courtney.

Local Leaders "Honoured Queen"

The local leaders of JDI are known as Honoured Queens.  A new Honoured Queen is elected by the members of each local group every six months.  So every girl gets a chance to experience this leadership role, if she wishes.

The Honoured Queen leads her local group; running the meetings and organising fun and social events.  She also selects a charitable project that will be supported during her six-month term.

Local Leader "Honoured Queen"

The local leaders of JDI are known as Honoured Queens.  A new Honoured Queen is elected by the members of each local group every six months.  So every girl gets a chance to experience this leadership role, if she wishes.

The Honoured Queen leads her local group; running the meetings and organising fun and social events.  She also selects a charitable project that will be supported during her six-month term.

Youth Leaders

The Jurisdictional Guardian Council of Queensland of Job's Daughters International (also known as Job's Daughters Queensland) is a registered not-for-profit, community group for girls with the purpose of teaching young women to become contributing, self-reliant and confident adults.  Our activities are designed around Learning, Leadership and Fun.  This is the Official Website of Job's Daughters Queensland. This Web Site is not the Official Supreme Guardian Council (SGC) International Website. All information, unless otherwise noted, is the property of Job's Daughters Queensland and is not sanctioned by the SGC. For more information about Job's Daughters in Queensland, Australia, email info@jdiqld.org or phone (07) 3117 2421.  For information regarding this website, contact the webmaster - webmaster@jdiqld.org

Privacy Policy
Job’s Daughters Queensland is obliged to comply with the 13 Australian Privacy Principles (APP) as described in the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012.  

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Statement of Commitment

Job's Daughters Queensland is committed to ensuring:
• the safety and well-being of all children and young people involved in the activities of Job’s Daughters Queensland;
• that we follow and adhere to the 10 National Principles for Child Safe Organisations;
• that we will provide an open and welcoming environment which is friendly for children and young people; and
• that these services will be continually improved to maintain the highest possible standard.

Job's Daughters Queensland has a ZERO tolerance against child harm in any form.

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