Do you enjoy working with people? Do you enjoy administration? Come join our Personnel Department in South Africa!
Your roles in summary will be to help with recruitment & ensuring the well being of all the people in OM South Africa.
You will be involved with processing applications, transitioning people into ministry, communicating & working inter-professionally with multiple OM offices around the world as well as the ministries in South Africa, maintaining databases, strategically & administratively supporting our team members with any issues that arise… and so much more!
Whilst this is primarily an office based job we do encourage anyone taking on this role to set aside at least one day a week to get involved in ministry.
- A love for God & for people.
- Fluent in English.
- Good administrative & organisational skills.
- Good computer skills.
- Work well in a team.
- Good communication skills.
Don’t worry if you don’t have qualifications or experience – on the job training can be given!!
Side Note: OM South Africa wants YOU! My hope is that this will be so much more than just doing a job & that one day you walk away from your time with us having grown in yourself, your skills, & your walk with Jesus.
If this is something you might be interested in, get in touch!!!
Please note: This is a non-salary position. Members need to raise funds and support from friends, family and churches
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