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Opportunities to Serve: February 2023

By Dan Challis
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  • Each month, we profile some current mission opportunities. Could one of these be right for you? Or how about sharing with someone you know?

    A full list of the opportunities available currently can be found at

    Access Database Developer

    1-11 months, Asia, Interserve Job ID 1376

    The primary business of this company is publishing and print contract work. Secondary activities include ESL tuition and book distribution.

    We have a short-term opportunity for an Access Database developer. Our project management is based in Excel and Word. We would like to develop an Access database to help manage our projects and produce forms and reports.

    Occupational Therapists

    1-24 months+, Asia, Interserve Job ID 1306

    A large non-profit provider of health care with a network of 20 hospitals and 42 projects integrates essential clinical services with primary health care and community-level engagement to address the health priorities of the poor and marginalized people and to facilitate the development of healthy communities.

    The hospital needs Physiotherapists Occupational Therapists Special Educators. Those appointed will be involved in the hospitals work with children and adults with disabilities in the area.

    Applicants should have the required qualifications and some experience. They need to be willing to travel to rural communities by motorbike (as a passenger) or jeep. They also need to be willing to live in and adjust to a remote rural culture.

    Dorm Parents

    1-24 months+, Asia, Interserve Job ID 1481

    As an American residential school our many milestones include a number of firsts from when we became the first IB school first international school in the country (and the third in Asia) by adopting the International Baccalaureate Diploma program in 1976 among only nine other schools worldwide to when we became the first school in the country to have its own separate campus for camping and outdoor activities in 1994.

    Dorm parents play an important role in overseeing their students adjustment well-being and psychosocial emotional and spiritual progress through the school year and giving academic and behavior support. They are responsible for the residential needs of each student under their care in loco parentis.

    To learn more about any of these mission opportunities, or to apply for any of these roles, email

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