Sportslink International Team Communication Facilitator

We see God at work through our sports ministries, but we need someone to help us to tell our stories better. We need someone who is dedicated, dynamic, creative, team minded and has great communication skills. Are you the person who can effectively tell the story of what God is doing through Sportslink?  Join us and use your gifts and skills to share God’s stories across the globe.
2 Years
Full Time
As soon as possible
Ideally, we would like someone who can serve full time, but it would also be helpful to have someone who can work with us for 3 or 4 days a week.
Responsibilities include:
– Creating a communication development plan for OM Sportslink International
– Maintaining a sports international database of all contacts for Sportslink International
– Raising awareness and prayer support for OM sports ministries in accordance with the communication development plan
– Raising awareness of OM Sports Ministries by producing and publishing a news update for distribution throughout OM
– Gathering information by reading a wide selection of reports from OM International and other sources
– Serving as the primary contact of communications on behalf of OM Sportslink to OM fields or outside enquiries
Requirements
– Communication experience in a role within or outside OM.
– Able to effectively communicate and capture our stories across the OM world
– Able to communicate in English
– Effective in incorporating and promoting diversity in the team
– Willing to raise personal support and to travel
– Computer and administrative skills
– Proficient in the use of computer software currently in use by OM for communication, reporting and personnel management

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