Short-Term Project Manager – Inspiro Arts Alliance

Can you imagine managing creative projects around the world? Are you a problem solver, who pays attention to detail and has good people skills? Are you familiar with ethnodoxology? This role manages short-term projects in a variety of artforms and formats – from performance tours to customized training workshops. Some involve international visits with artists. Other projects engage and empower local artists. But all projects seek to honour local art forms in moving people to better love Jesus.
2 Years
Part Time
As soon as possible
Minimum Preferred Requirements:
• Trained in ethnodoxology or ethno-arts
• Experience in Office 365 or willing to learn
Required Competencies:
• I possess a strong understanding of the arts in ministry and mission
• I am trained in ethnodoxology and can apply it within various contexts
• I am skilled at listening and asking questions
• I work effectively whether in person or virtually
• I can stay current with correspondence
• I can work well across denominations, cultures, OM entities and other organisations 
• I have strong organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple priorities 
Distinguishing Passions:
• I love problem solving and seeing things through to completion
• I love logistics and administrative details
• I love seeing far-, near- and same-culture artists trained and released into mission

Summary of Key Result Areas:
• Project Management
  o Vetting, researching, communicating
  o Logistics
  o Best Practices
• Empower Ministry Partners
  o Relationship Building
  o Prayer
  o Strategy Development
• Professional Development
  o Short-term Project (STP) participation
  o Further studies in ethnodoxology & other personal specialties
• Support Base Development (for non-volunteers)

Live opportunities are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

Interested?

50% work in the office – in addition to a “fixed basic package”, we will find your main focus based on your gifts and interests.
50% work in one of our missionary departments (Building Bridges, arts, church planting).
In the office you work as an assistant in the respective area.
Do you like administration and organising and thus support other services and members across departments?
Your tasks:
• Administration: post, updating of lists and schedules, office supplies, correspondence
• Event planning (prayer days, team retreat)
• Assistance with i.e. mailings, smaller projects, taking minutes
• Database management
• Telephone service
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