Do you have a heart to serve disabled children, and want to serve God outside your native country? If this is so, OM Albania is in need of a physiotherapist, who can help handicapped children.
2 Years
Full Time
OM works with many different families with handicapped children. These families are often marginalized and don't get the needed help from the state. In order for these disabled kids to have a better future they need to be educated.

As a physiotherapist you would work as a part of an amazing team, that supports these children as well as their families.

You will need:
– A willingness to learn Albanian
– Flexibility
– Humility
– A love for people
– Training as a physiotherapist and ideally some work experience

This is not a paid position, financial support will need to be raised for life on the field.

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?

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The type of business could be in agriculture, consulting, import & export, small manufacture, cafe and many other opportunities…. what business are YOU in?
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