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Opportunities to Serve: June 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

    Accountant – Donor Relations

    1-24 months+, Arab World, Interserve Job ID 1125

    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.

    We are seeking people who are able to assist us with promotion and fundraising. This would involve making grant applications developing relationships with people within and beyond our country and writing reports. We would like the person to take care of the school accounts too.

    The Donor Relations person requires skills in grant writing in English donor reporting and organizing fundraisers. Accounting skills are also desirable.

    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.

    Residential staff – Teachers

    1-24 months+, Asia, Interserve Job ID 1482

    The school offers education from primary level to IGCSE and A Level exams (Cambridge and Edexcel Boards U.K.). A wide range of subject choices is offered and courses are adapted to suit the needs of those going on to tertiary education. As a boarding school the residential care provided is personal and endeavours to create a home away from home. The school provides remuneration at local rates as well as full board and accommodation for resident staff. Staff at the school have a high degree of job satisfaction and a strong appreciation for the schools aims and purpose.

    Teaching positions include Junior School teachers and teachers of geography, music, history, chemistry, religious studies, outdoor education and special needs and Head of Science and Head of Modern Languages.

    Applicants should be committed practising Christians fluent in English suitably qualified with degree and relevant teaching experience willing to serve on local salaries and willing to participate fully in the life of a busy boarding school (including extra-curricular activities and dorm parenting or support).

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

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