Early Childhood teacher

Arab World / Education / 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1592

Established in 2015 as an umbrella project of the Baptist Church, the Centre is a holistic response to the unique challenges faced by the most at-risk communities. At the Centre, we provide a safe space for women to come together to learn, grow and share their experiences, making our work essential to the local community. An average of 700-1000 visits are made to the centre every month. The programs and safe space that we offer make a difference to each and every one.

Our work involves improving the lives of locals, including refugees and vulnerable nationals. Our mission is to provide a safe community, equipping through education, counseling and mutual support. We operate an informal pre-kindergarten to prepare children for the classroom environment and are in urgent need of Early Childhood teachers to train our local staff.

Good English skills and relevant qualifications and experience in the field are needed. Some Arabic is vital. We need empathic people with a servant heart. You need flexibility, a love for people, and a desire to share Christ in word and deed.

Special Needs teacher

Arab World / Education / 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1593

In September 2017 the Centre received funding to begin a Special Education Program in the Kindergarten. We decided to name our program in honor of a former student who was a pioneer in our efforts in working with special needs children. We have served eight children by providing them with basic education from a qualified special education teacher and assistant. Two of these children have now graduated and been able to start attending public school. Before enrolling in this program, all the beneficiary children were out of school.

These children (ages 4-6) receive plenty of individual attention from their teachers, which allows them to thrive in their learning environment. They are provided with a healthy breakfast each day, receive behavioral support, follow an exercise routine, and learn about hygienic practices, such as how to brush their teeth. We plan on incorporating some educational toys and games to give the children more of a Montessori approach at learning. We also plan to assist each child in keeping a notebook which will help them and their parents to track and support their learning progress. The Special Needs Team also wants to place more of a focus on communicating with parents and having frequent meetings with them so that they will understand better how to help their children at home. We welcome people who can train our teachers in further Special Needs Education.

Good English skills and relevant experience and qualifications in their field are needed. Some Arabic is vital. We need empathic people with a servant heart. You need flexibility, a love for people, and a desire to share Christ in word and deed.

Aerobics Instructor

Arab World / Medical / Health / 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1591

Established in 2015 as an umbrella project of the Baptist Church, the Centre is a holistic response to the unique challenges faced by the most at-risk communities. At the Centre, we provide a safe space for women to come together to learn, grow and share their experiences, making our work essential to the local community. An average of 700-1000 visits are made to the centre every month. The programs and safe space that we offer make a difference to each and every one.

Our work involves improving the lives of locals, including refugees and vulnerable nationals. We provide vocational skills such as hairdressing and literacy to create empowerment and self-sufficiency. We also offer counseling and lectures to equip beneficiaries with coping mechanisms to deal with stress and for the integration of refugees into the host community. We would like to begin providing vocational skills for men also. Our mission is to provide a safe community, equipping through education, counseling and mutual support. We welcome volunteers who can pass on skills such as English teaching and handcrafts. Other classes offered by the centre include gardening, aerobics and soap-making. We are particularly in need of Early Childhood and Special Needs teachers, aerobics instructors, social workers, Funding Proposal and report writers, Business Strategists for handicrafts marketing, product development, social media and marketing specialists.

Good English skills and relevant experience in their field are needed. Some Arabic is vital. We need empathic people with a servant heart. You need flexibility, a love for people, and a desire to share Christ in word and deed.

Community Centre worker

Arab World / Community Development / 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1506

Established in 2015 as an umbrella project of the Baptist Church, the Centre is a holistic response to the unique challenges faced by the most at-risk communities. At the Centre, we provde a safe space for women to come together to learn, grow and share their experiences, making our work essential to the local community. An average of 700-1000 visits are made to the centre every month. The programs and safe space that we offer make a difference to each and every one.

Our work involves improving the lives of locals, including refugees and vulnerable nationals. We provide vocational skills such as hairdressing and literacy to create empowerment and self-sufficiency. We also offer counseling and lectures to equip beneficiaries with coping mechanisms to deal with stress and for the integration of refugees into the host community. We would like to begin providing vocational skills for men also. Our mission is to provide a safe community, equipping through education, counseling and mutual support. We welcome volunteers who can pass on skills such as English teaching and handcrafts. Other classes offered by the centre include gardening, aerobics and soap-making. We are particularly in need of social workers, Funding Proposal and report writers, Business Strategists for handicrafts marketing, product development, social media and marketing specialists.

Good English skills and relevant experience in their field are needed. We need empathic people with a servant heart. You need flexibility, a love for people, and a desire to share Christ in word and deed.

Volunteer Coordinator

Arab World / Education / 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1123

Our Learning Center meets the needs of refugees by running an urban school for over 500 primary and high school children. It desires to train refugee teachers to become competent teachers.

A Volunteer Coordinator is needed to generate appropriate volunteer opportunities and role descriptions based on the needs presented by the teachers. The role involves recruiting volunteers and ensuring they are appropriately matched and trained for a position; organizing and providing orientation of the school; and monitoring and recording the attendance of volunteers and their work.

The person needs to be a dedicated Christian person with good social communication skills.

English teacher(s)

Arab World / Education / 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1128

A Christian NGO has a vision of showing God’s love by empowering individuals who otherwise would not have the opportunity for development. The English Department offers courses from beginner to advanced level. We aim to offer affordable education to people from all nationalities and backgrounds.

We employ native speakers of English who come from a variety of countries and backgrounds but all seek to create a lively and friendly learning environment.

Applicants should be native speakers of English who are patient with the students. He/She is expected to be passionate to serve but no experience required (Will have in-house training)

School Director

Arab World / Education / 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1380

A Learning Center meets the needs of refugees by running an urban school for over 500 primary and high school children. It desires to train refugee teachers to become competent teachers. It is an English-medium school.

The school director is responsible for all aspects of the school operation, manages staff contracts, assigns tasks and ensures that all supplies are on hand when needed. He will partner with the CEO of this school and manage the school when the CEO travels out the country.

The person has to have good social and communication skills, must be flexible and able to handle stress well.

Desktop Support

South East Asia / Information Technology / 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years, Consultant / Job ID: 1471

Our International Office provides leadership and central support services to our people placed around the world.

We need someone who can provide support for users accessing international information systems, and help them harden their devices against attack. You will provide role-specific training e.g. personnel roles need specialist training on the personnel functions of our intranet. You will help with pre-departure preparation: training and certifying users in safe behaviour; cleaning and certifying devices that will be used to access sensitive data. Travel to annual country conferences to provide support and training if willing.

You will love working with people. You will have a cheerful nature, be a problem solver who is very comfortable with technology. You will be super-patient, even with people who have asked you the same question a dozen times and still messed it up. Our people are usually people-people, not systems-people. They need someone like you to help them with the tricky tech stuff they wish would just go away.

Occupational Therapist

South East Asia / Medical / Health / 2+ years / Job ID: 1590

Active in Southeast Asia since 1998 and with 4 projects currently underway involving more than 50 local staff and 16 expatriate experts, this NGO seeks to implement projects as close to the field as possible, in order to meet the real needs of people and communities who are considered development partners rather than beneficiaries. In collaboration with local authorities, it is involved in the areas of support for medical services and integrated rural development.

You will be required to be involved in the implementation of a project that aims to strengthen the capacities of local actors (government association for people with disabilities, communities, medical services) for the identification and service of people with disabilities and to create a service centre that will offer occupational therapy services over the long term. The project will also have a vocational training component and a community training component in which it will be important for you to be involved to ensure a good coherence of the project and a holistic consideration of the situation of beneficiaries/partners.

You must be willing to serve the poorest in a remote province, for a minimum period of 3 years; be able to create and maintain relationships, to work in a team and lead working groups, and to share knowledge in a simple and educational way; be curious and have an open mind to seek innovative solutions in a context where few actions are taken to restore dignity to the most vulnerable. You should be able to write reports and monitor a budget, and have at least 3 years of professional experience in occupational therapy, ideally with people with disabilities.

Obstetrician

South Asia / Medical / Health / 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 300

This rural 150-bed hospital does nearly 4000 deliveries each year. The hospital has an active community health program and there are opportunities to be involved in research as well as clinical obstetrics. It is an integrated rural health and development program with extensive community work, and there are strong links between the community antenatal clinics and the hospital.

An obstetrician is urgently needed for the hospital after the departure of a long-term senior obstetrician. The post includes a significant training component as national junior doctors are part of the team and come expecting postgraduate training. The hospital is nationally known for its training of nurse-midwives and community midwives as well as doctors. The existing obstetric team is about 50 per cent national and 50 per cent international doctors.

A capacity-building attitude will be a daily necessity (sometimes it is easier to do it yourself than teach someone else), but the hospital is in a unique position for holistic ministry at a number of levels.