Support Services Leader

The Support Services Leader is a core role which oversees and is involved in various ministry activities. The Support Services team serve as the engine of the Ministry; through administrative, financial, personnel and communication functions, frontline missionaries are able to be cared for as they spread the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The role of Support Services Leader is needed in the furtherance of the gospel.
As long as possible
Full Time
The Support Services Leader primary responsibilities in serving Operation Mobilization are:

o To oversee Internal and External Communications for the Field
o To oversee Financial Development and Donor Relations for the Field
o To oversee the Finance Team for the Field
o To oversee the Outreach Team for the Field
o To oversee the Administration Team for the Field
o To oversee the Personnel of 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?

Do you want to enable people in Austria to be a part of God’s work in the world through their giving? Would you like to set up fundraising campaigns so people will be helped quickly and effectively?
Your Tasks:
• Fundraising campaigns to promote world-wide OM projects
• Organisation of events for partners
• Support and development of our online-giving platform
• Development and implementation of strategies to raise new partners
• Regularly maintaining contact to our partners
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