HSC- trainer, Administration

Go & Live in

HSC stands for “Hope On the street For Children”.OM Zambia is one of the largest fields in the OM world, we need to strengthen our core support service functions to allow Missionaries on the ground to share the gospel. You will join an HSC team to become part of the training group of missionaries.
6-12 months
Full Time
As soon as possible
Short Description: HSC stands for “Hope On the street For Children”.OM Zambia is one of the largest fields in the OM world, we need to strengthen our core support service functions to allow Missionaries on the ground to share the gospel. You will join an HSC team to become part of the training group of missionaries.

An aspect of the role will not only to implement and develop the OMZ. The role will involve mobilizing the churches, conducting trainings, reaching out to street children who are living on the street. also, aspects of Human Resourcing such as, recruitment and compliance with local laws and regulations.

You will also have the opportunity to serve part of the week in one of OM Zambia’s Ministries in Kabwe. Some travel throughout the year will be required to visit our centers which are spread out across the country of Zambia.
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1. Good IT skills, proficient in MS Office
2. Valid driving License (Not a must)
3. Excellent communication skills and flexibility to work in a cross-cultural team
4. Ready to work extra miles.

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?

We are looking for someone to join the OM Africa Financial Development team.  Do you have the skills to be a catalyst for generosity to see that happen? You will be a key part of the work. We are looking for someone who has the character to be self-motivated, trustworthy and who has a keen eye for opportunities. Your work will cover a number of fields across Africa as well as a wide-range of topics, from donor relations, compliance to business and cross-cultural teams.
Do you like to work with numbers and want resources to be used in the best possible way for God’s kingdom?
Your tasks:
• Leading administration (processes, structures, organization, optimization, development)
• Leading the finance, personnel and facility management
• Administrative implementation of the legal and financial framework
• Representing your area of responsibility in the leadership team, participation in strategy and planning
• Lead personnel and further their development
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.
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