Marketing & Communication Specialist

OM NZ is looking for a part-time volunteer marketing & communications specialist to help with fundraising and partner updates
1 Year
Part Time
With a new Field Leader and exciting expansion plans for 2023, OM NZ is seeking a volunteer to help with marketing, financial development and communications. Experienced in editing, project management and a creative thinker, you'll develop our prayer diary, design appeals and newsletters, plus more. A part-time returning Kiwis or a remote team member would be ideal. Pls contact Ross (FL OM NZ) for more info.

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?

Are you great at building relationships and linking the right people to each other? Do you have vision to see Christians work together to build God's kingdom? Come and help us build partnerships with churches, organisations and trusts, so together we can work on seeing vibrant communities of Jesus followers here in Ireland!
Join our international team of around 150 people from many 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.
Across OM, we have a strong need for people gifted in administration to aid ministry taking place on the mission field.Those with administrative skills are needed in almost every facet of ministry to ensure efficiency, and that tasks, paperwork and coordination involved in organising people and events is accomplished with completeness and attention to detail.If this describes you, consider here how you can use those gifts to see more vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least reached
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