Executive Director

South East Asia / Administration / 2+ years / Job ID: 1371

This organisation serves cross-cultural workers in Asia and around the world through Clinical Counselling, Pastoral Care, Training and Events.

The Executive Director provides oversight, operational and spiritual leadership, vision, management, and guidance to accomplish the mission of the organisation.

Requirements include having a living relationship with Jesus and a belief in the importance and need for member care for Christian cross cultural workers, experience in supervising professional level employees preferably with multi-cultural staff, management skills, and training and experience as a trained counsellor or pastoral caregiver or member care provider.

Executive Director

South East Asia / Administration / 2+ years / Job ID: 1421

The organisation serves cross-cultural workers in Asia and around the world through clinical counselling, pastoral care, training and events.

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall management, personnel, and operational functions of this member care centre.

The appointee will have a living relationship with Jesus and a desire to serve, a good sense of humor and flexibility; at least a Master’s degree in a field related to member care/counselling/pastoral care and at least 5 years’ experience in the field related to the position; some leadership experience; strong communication and interpersonal skills and strong administrative and planning skills.

Administrative Assistant

South East Asia / Administration / 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1438

This organisation serves cross-cultural workers in Asia and around the world through Clinical Counselling, Pastoral Care, Training and Events.

This job involves administrative and secretarial support, including preparing newsletters, internal communications, taking meeting minutes, scheduling meetings, travel arrangements, filing, and maintaining calendars.

The ideal person for this role is a team player with training and/or experience in management and administration. S/he must be flexible and able to solve problems, giving attention to detail and working accurately and methodically; s/he must be able to multi-task and be sensitive to confidentiality.

Personal Assistant

Central Asia / Administration / 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 498

The organisation is dedicated to positively impacting societies with compassion and integrity through relief and development programmes.

We are seeking someone to assist the Country Director in administrative tasks and be responsible for the preparation of public relations materials. Qualifications include excellent English language skills and experience with computer programs, including graphics.

The applicant should have good administrative skills, such as filing, typing, and email, and good organisational skills. Other qualities include being servant-hearted and resilient, showing good initiative, and being willing to learn a foreign language.

Operations manager / mentor

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

At this social enterprise in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 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.

General Manager

South Asia / Administration / 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1356

We are a visionary, fast-growing and creative manufacturing business, and we serve customers in Europe and America. We are committed to fair trade and believe in the power of business to positively impact materially poor communities. We achieved revenues of close to $1m in 2015 and are now in a period of rapid growth.

The General Manager will have strong leadership skills and be responsible for all of the day-to-day activities of the business in two rural locations. They will have a focus on shaping the local leadership team of Managers and Executives so that their talent and potential is realized. We would offer a fixed-term contract for a period of between 2 and 5 years (including an initial 3-to-6-month probation period) and will pay a good local salary, plus benefits.

The successful candidate will be aligned to the vision and values of the business, and will thrive working in cross cultural contexts; they will have a good relevant degree and work experience, and a track record of successfully running a team or business unit. Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English are required, as well as leadership qualities and the ability to take ownership of new projects.

Financial Analyst

South Asia / Administration / 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1457

The project is a development project situated in the rural north west of the country. It has a training school for midwives, nurses and community workers, a community development work, a research hub, an English-medium school up to age 16, and a 150-bed hospital (with obstetric, gynaecology, surgical, medical and paediatric departments).

The Financial Analyst analyzes the financial status of the many service centers and support services of the project by collecting, monitoring, studying and interpreting data, such as trends and forecasts, and recommends actions, such as changes in methods, materials or policies. The Financial Analyst helps determine costs of operations by establishing standard costs and identifies financial status by comparing and analyzing actual results with plans and forecasts (variances) for all relevant departments.

The Analyst may be involved in financial planning, strategy development and research for any or all of the project’s support services and service centers.

Epidemiologist/ResearchAnalyst

South Asia / Administration / 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1466

This is a development project situated in a rural area. It has a training school for midwives, nurses and community workers, a community development work, an MIS-Research Department, an English-speaking school up to age 16, and a 150-bed hospital (with obstetric, gynaecology, surgical, medical and paediatric departments).

The project partners with local and international researchers to plan, execute and publish high-quality research primarily in mother and child health and health systems. They are seeking an epidemiologist / experienced health researcher to join the team.

The project is seeking an epidemiologist / experienced health researcher to join the team to handle an increased demand for the department’s services and the need to further train current staff.

Regional Director

Central Asia / Administration / 2+ years / Job ID: 1488

A faith-based NGO, working in an insecure environment, impacts communities in areas of health, economy and social empowerment.

We are looking for a Regional Director for our relief and development operations outside the capital city. The right candidate will have the opportunity to develop a regional strategy and coordinate some cutting-edge and life-saving ministries in our region.

Key attributes include experience in relief or development, experience in leadership or management, good communication skills, and good people skills. We want someone who is self motivated, able to think strategically, and willing to learn local language and culture.

Executive Assistant

Central Asia / Administration / 2+ years / Job ID: 1353

The organisation is committed to the whole person for the long term. Through protection, recovery, empowerment and community integration, they walk with women and children on their journey towards wholeness.

Reporting directly to the Executive Director and supporting other members of the office, the Executive Assistant will be capable of handling a wide range of administrative and executive support-related tasks, and should be able to work independently and strictly maintain the confidentiality of the office of the ED. The Executive Assistant will be a highly resourceful team-player, who is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, sometimes under pressure, while remaining flexible, proactive, and efficient.

The individual will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication, administrative and organisational skills, and the ability to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities.