AIDSHope Maintenance Team Member

Do you want to serve God by using your practical skills?

AIDSHope is in need of someone who likes to do repairs, wants to help with maintenance and who is willing to be involved in various ministries.
As long as possible
Full Time
As soon as possible
Applicants should:
– have a drivers’ license.
– be a team player.
– be a handy man/woman
– have a good command of the English language.
– be willing to be involved in AIDSHope ministries.
– be open to learn, to change and to be culturally sensitive

As a member of the AIDSHope team, you will do the repairs of the centre, do food pick up’s and help with areas in the ministry such as the Saturday Kids' Club, youth discipleship, reaching out to those using drugs and working with the 30 children who come to our after school program Monday through Thursday.

All applicants need to complete OM South Africa's five month missions training.

Please note: This is a non-salary position. Members need to raise funds and support from friends, family and churches

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?

Join our international team of 400 people from 50 different nationalities. Have the opportunity to invest in young people and use your technical skills to keep a life-changing ministry operating. Being part of the on board community you will also receive personal input through daily team devotions and other ship events as well as the opportunity to experience the culture of the international crew and staff and the countries the ship visits.
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We are looking for qualified marine engineers to help keep the ship sailing.

Required Qualifications:
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