Intercultural Families Worker

Other, Theology / Church, 2+ years / Job ID: 1739

Our church is a community of Jesus followers. It is located in a suburban area with around 30 of the community of South Asian ethnicity. We as a newly planted congregation will actively seek to reach and connect with the large number of young families as well as the growing multicultural population within the area.The church plant is officially due to launch in September 2022 but development has been on-going for a number of years.

The worker will excite encourage and equip the whole church to reach the multicultural community with the good news of Jesus and will lead and train our voluntary team to engage with this vital work.They will pioneer new ministries amongst young families and those from a South Asian background. They will take a lead in reaching discipling and pastoring those from different ethnic backgrounds and will build relationships with non-churched families through schools ministries and in the wider community. They will liaise with different religious groups within the area and pioneer new groups and ministry opportunities within the community.As a member of the staff team they will be involved in the planning and delivery of services and activities and will take responsibility for the running of weekly church services in leading and preaching.

Essential attributes include a passion for making and growing disciples an understanding of the pastoral needs of families and the ability to relate to those of South Asian background. The candidate will possess mature biblical knowledge and the ability to communicate this clearly and engagingly. They will have experience of working inter-culturally the ability to manage a volunteer team and a sound understanding of safeguarding processes and regulations. Training or a qualification in Christian or intercultural ministry and experience with children is desirable.

Finance Director

Asia, Administration, 2+ years / Job ID: 1734

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

The Finance Director will work with a team of competent local staff to develop and maintain strong and transparent financial management systems in line with global best practices for NGOs reflecting the organizations values. S/He reports to the organizations Board is responsible to the Executive Director and participates as a key member of the organizations field-based Leadership Team.

The Finance Director will have experience in financial administration proficiency in English and have cross-cultural communication skills. S/He will be able to effectively lead and manage a small team and be committed to capacity building. S/He will welcome challenges and be willing to make tough decisions while caring for people. S/He will be able to prioritise and perform well under pressure while living and working in an unpredictable cross-cultural context. Professional qualifications such as being a Certified Public Accountant or Chartered Accountant are appreciated but not required.

Psychiatry Advisor

Asia, Medical / Health, 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1658

The organization exists to bring hope and transformation to the people of this country. We focus on building capacity in the sectors of health and development seeing lives changed through eye care community development health projects and education.

The full job title is Psychiatry Advisor for Mental Health and the Peace-building Program. Reporting directly to the Technical Director the Psychiatry Advisor will develop the professional skills of psychiatrists in the Mental Health Program through identifying current training needs and delivering training and supervision. They will also strengthen the psychiatry tools and systems used by the program. Additionally they may do other work as required by the program including working on curriculums and with media resources. With high levels of mental health problems and newly developing psychiatry services this role has huge potential to transform peoples lives.

The candidate will be a qualified psychiatrist with relevant experience and an interest in training others. They will speak fluent English and be willing to learn the local language. They will be able to work collaboratively within a multicultural team setting and be willing to live work and model our core values. They will have good communication skills and be flexible and adaptable to change. They will demonstrate a willingness to learn from others.

Psychology advisor

Asia, Medical / Health, 2+ years / Job ID: 1659

The organization exists to bring hope and transformation to the people of this country. We focus on building capacity in the sectors of health and development seeing lives changed through eye care community development health projects and education.

The full job title is Psychology Advisor for the Mental Health and Peace-building Program. Reporting directly to the Technical Director the Psychology Advisor will develop the professional skills of psychologists in the Mental Health Program by identifying current needs developing training materials and supervising psychology and counselling work. They will also strengthen the currently available psychological tools and systems used by the program as well as getting involved in other work as necessary including working with research projects and developing training and tools to be used outside the program. With high levels of mental health problems and newly developing counselling and psychology services this role has huge potential to transform peoples lives.

The candidate will be a qualified clinical educational or other psychologist with relevant experience and an interest in training others. They will speak fluent English and be willing to learn the local language. They will be able to work collaboratively within a multicultural team setting and be willing to model our core values. They will have good communication skills and be flexible and adaptable to change. They will demonstrate a willingness to learn from others.

Educationalist

Asia, Education, 2+ years / Job ID: 1737

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

The postholder will ensure the successful implementation of the Female Teacher Education Project through supporting training in or managing a residential teacher training programme for 45+ young women from rural villages in the north of the country.

The successful candidate will hold a bachelors degree in Education and at least 5 years experience of teaching within the field of education. They will be an effective multi-tasker relational flexible and a good organizer. They will have the ability to endure and overcome challenges and to work independently but also in a team. They will take the initiative and be creative and a problem-solver.

Personnel Director

Asia, Administration, 2+ years / Job ID: 1736

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

The post holder will work alongside a national personnel manager to facilitate the recruiting support and equipping of the NGO staff (both national and international) to focus on high-quality work which most appropriately serves the people of this country and reflects the NGOs core values.

The post holder will have previous experience in human resource management leadership and personnel skills and cross-cultural experience. They will be passionate about seeing people thrive in their workplace.

Operations Security Manager

Asia, Administration, 2+ years / Job ID: 1533

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

To develop and maintain an operating environment that encourages and empowers staff to work wholeheartedly and effectively enables projects to reach their objectives and enables the organisation to fulfil its mission.

This person will have a bachelors degree in a relevant field preferably with senior management experience in a non-profit developing world context. S/He will be competent in strategic planning project management and leadership. S/He will be able to build organizational and staff capacity to communicate objectives and strategies needed to achieve organizational goals and to design and implement systems necessary for non-profit organisations to run well. S/He will have technical capability in logistics and security related work and effective interpersonal and cross-cultural communication skills.

Language and Culture Learning

Asia, Education, 2+ years / Job ID: 1538

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

To manage and oversee the Language and Culture Program (LCP) of the organization countrywide and to help team members and other expatriates to learn the language and culture. The work will include liaising with area LCP administrators supporting LCP students and staff and managing the LCP planning reporting budgeting and statistics. The postholder will ensure the development and production of material for language learning and cultural orientation together with the LCP consultant and teachers organize initial and on-going teacher training organize orientation courses select new staff as needed and ensure security and safety measures are carried out in accordance with policies.

This person will have a willingness to learn a local language. It is recommended that s/he will have training in language learning methods (GPA included). S/He will have good administrative and organisational skills and leadership and management abilities S/He needs a good command of English and experience in language teaching is desirable.

Operations manager / mentor

Asia, Administration, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 804

At this social enterprise women gain job skills develop into leaders and entrepreneurs and experience Biblical values lived out. The business provides full-time dignified employment to these women at high risk for trafficking.

The Operations Manager will provide assistance in administration staff mentoring product development community building and strategic planning. Some travel may be required.

The qualified individual will be committed to missional business pursuing excellence creativity and witness through prayer compassion and hard work. S/he will practise a mature sound Christian faith.

Sales Coordinator

Asia, Business, 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1325

Through dignified work this organisation provides a sustainable livelihood for women at risk and survivors of trafficking. Women gain job skills and the opportunity to develop into leaders and entrepreneurs in a healthy healing environment.

The Sales Coordinator will be involved in many aspects of sales including market analysis design and implementation of procedures to streamline processes communication with suppliers and customers assisting with pricing strategies working with the accounts department and creating content for sales newsletters.

Applicants should be committed to business as mission and the pursuit of excellence be able to work well as part of a team and encourage others and have good organisational skills. A degree in sales or marketing and previous experience are required as is a mature Christian faith.