Short-term Outreach Admin Assistant

Do you feel called by God to serve him in France? Join the OM team in France as we serve to inspire, mobilise and equip others in seeing churches grow and be discipled, as well as getting involved hands-on in one of the least reached countries in Europe.



Do you have administrative skills that you want to use to serve God? Come and join our short-term missions team and use your skills to help send teams to bless local churches in France and abroad.
1 Year
Full Time
To work within the short-term mission team to provide the administrative support for:

– Short-term missions (STM) are intense weeks where
churches and Christians from across the world
come together to share the good news of Christ with the least reached in France. 

– “Formation Explore” a new three-month training programme in French.  Our heart is for equipping and preparing those who desire to follow God, through Bible teaching, evangelism training, outreach events and serving in France.

– Accompanying French people, who desire to go abroad for short-term missions, and communication with the other OM fields. 

Key criteria:

Have a passion for seeing French and foreign Christians mobilised to be part of reaching the unreached

Must be able to communicate well in French and English, both written and verbal.

1-year minimum commitment period (ideally longer)

Have good administration skills and be well-organised: to communicate with participants, prepare documents and details for the outreach and training programme, HR role for sending the French people abroad.   

Be teachable 

Have good communication skills and able to work well in an international team

Good relational skills for supporting and interacting with the participants (French and foreign)

Be based in the East-Paris region with travel across France


Spiritual Requirements

To be growing in your relationship with God

To love God and people as yourself.

Be passionate about discipleship

Willing to grow spiritually in community

Accept to have a mentor (could be someone outside of OM)

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.

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