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Opportunities to Serve: September 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

    School Director

    24 months+, Arab World, Interserve Job ID 1380

    This learning centre is a safe place of learning (in English) for more than 350 refugee children from kindergarten up to Grade 8. Students are from over nine different African nations. It is here that students receive instruction in core subjects Christian education and character training have access to basic health care and are guaranteed a nutritious hot meal each day.

    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 needs a strong sense of the Lords calling to serve and to be a blessing to the refugee community here in the capital city. The person has to have good social and communication skills must be flexible and able to handle stress well.

    Farm Administrator

    1-11 months, Asia, Interserve Job ID 1792

    We are a relief and development charity based in Asia which provides Christ-centred homes for the destitute education medical care care for the visually and physically handicapped the mentally handicapped and the elderly and community development.

    We are looking for someone who can manage the existing farm and give leadership and guidance.

    We are looking for someone who is creative and able to work in a team and lead the agriculture department.

    Refugee Worker

    1-11 months, Other, Interserve Job ID 1744

    We are a non-profit non-governmental organization (NGO). Currently our focus is on providing assistance to the many refugees arriving on our shores. The organisation is held in high esteem by the government and camp authorities. Providing shelter clothing and sanitation are just a few of the many ways in which we are privileged to serve in the camps.

    In a camp with many men and limited facilities women are often fearful and limited in their opportunities. The Womens Community Engagement Programme seeks to provide a safe place and an opportunity for women to engage in extra activities that provide for basic needs through to skill development. The job role is to support the project coordinator in planning and executing process ensuring activities are executed on scheduled time and according to good practice.

    We need someone who is able to work independently is not afraid of making small decisions is proactive and enjoys organising and being with people and building relationships with women. The person should be creative and enjoy sharing her knowledge with other women. Computer skills such as Word and Excel and the ability to create flyers announcements and posters would be an advantage as would possession of a driving licence.

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

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