International

Financial Development Officer-Sportslink International

To raise necessary funds and resources for OM Sportslink International operational and catalytic initiatives.

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Requirements

A reasonable familiarity with and experience of Financial Development.
Able to manage a broad range of issues related to Financial Development through working with people.
Apply and write proposals were needed
If possible, previous exposure to mission work, preferably OM.
Known and respected by leadership in his area.
Able to work well with people from different backgrounds.
Good working knowledge of English.
Willing to travel
Flexible and willing to learn.
Ability to inspire and a vision to see others grow

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

6-12 months

All jobs/opportunities on this site 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.

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“Here was someone who showed up at the right time with the right knowledge to take me to the right place,” remembers Renette. “He knew how to take me from being hopeless to having direction, purpose. He took me from off the map to back on the map. He didn’t use words, but walked alongside me, comforting and guiding me. And when he knew I could take on the next part of the journey by myself, he left. In 10 minutes I went from lost to found.”

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“In the face of this devastating poverty, I feel a sickening sense that there is no way to help; that any programme we organised, any aid given or any message shared would not be enough to bring a real change,” shares Ellyn. “It is only when I learn to see their beauty—the person that God crafted them to be—that I feel hope in the fact that they too were created by God and placed here on earth for a purpose.”