Do you have a heart for teaching Russian? Do you want to use this skill to reach people and have eternal impact on Central Asians? We are looking for Russian teachers who are able and motivated to teach Russian to our mostly young students at
various levels. Get involved, be part of our international team and make a difference in the lives of the people in our area!
2-3 Years
Full Time
As soon as possible
If you are fluent in Russian and have training as a Russian teacher (diploma or certificate), if you are
willing to work in an intercultural team that is focused on CP, if you are willing to learn a Central Asian language and engage with Central Asian culture, then this might be a great opportunity for you! For those interested in short-term service, a 3-6 month commitment may also be possible.

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?

Do you like to work with children and youths? Do you want to share God’s love in a very practical way? The “iPunkt” is a a socio-educational project, mainly among families and children from a migration background. Do you have an interest to develop this work further together with the other iPunkt workers?
Are you the kind of coach or trainer who wants to see people reaching their full potential? Or train people to become excellent trainers? Willing to work among communities that are full of animistic and folk Islamic health beliefs? Then we are looking for you!

People here do all kinds of sports, but a good coach or trainer is hard to find.  This project aims to use sports for character development, leadership training, passing on the values of fair play, cooperation and perseverance.
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