The cooperation with donors is great. We have experienced great popularity over the last few years and would like to further expand this area.
As long as possible
Full Time
As soon as possible
Your tasks:
As part of the Communication & Fundraising team
team (eight people), you will drive our fundrai
for medium and large donors.
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You implement campaigns developed by the team
in writing and in personal conversations
with
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Visits and talks with donors,
and companies are part of the weekly
course of the week
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Support for a fixed number of medium
and major donors within the framework of key-
Accountings
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Participation in donor events throughout Germany
Regular project visits worldwide

Your profile:

You are a convincing and communicative
personality and would like to use your knowledge
and your gifts for the mission.

Confident appearance in personal conversations
and in front of groups

Willingness to travel regularly in
Germany

Friendly, team-oriented, empathetic and reliable
reliable personality with an effective, structured
structured and independent way of working,

Commitment and quick comprehension

Analytical skills to evaluate our
database and identifying new supporters

Very good written and oral expression
in the German language
English language skills for internal com
communication in an international business environment
international business

Confident handling of MS Office products and
basic knowledge of CRM systems

Ability to work in a team

Self-motivated and confident

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?

Join our international team of 400 people from 50 different nationalities. We’re investing in young people and the opportunity to use and grow in your technical skills to keep a life-changing ministry operating. Being part of the on board community you will 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.
Join our international team of 400 people from 50 different nationalities. We’re investing in young people and the opportunity to use and grow in your technical skills to keep a life-changing ministry operating. Being part of the on board community you will 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.
Wanted: a person with management skills and a gift for making people welcome!  We have an apartment for the use of short-term workers and visiting teams, and we also have to oversee additional accomodation at times (e.g renting airbnbs that are suitable for purpose). Visitors need to be welcomed, shown around and helped during their stay.
This will be a part time or fulltime position
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