Brazil

Financial Development Coordinator

We are looking for a person who is gifted passionate and experienced leader and fundraiser who can build local and international financial partners to support the ministry.

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Requirements

Strategic planning and Operational execution
Public relations skills fundraising
A willingness to learn and serve on a multi-cultural team;
Understanding and appreciation of cross-cultural missionary context;
Ability to work as part of a cooperative team.
You should be able to adapt well to cultural differences and also be ready for hearing Portuguese most of your time (and not get upset by it)
Able to communicate  in English and Portuguese

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

2 Years

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.

Photos from Brazil

Stories from Brazil

Rejoicing in the simple gospel

“As time passes by, my prayer has changed. It is no longer for God to take me to higher places, or fulfil His promise for me but through me,” says Camila. “It has become more and more my biggest pleasure in life when I see the poor being fed, the orphan being adopted, the widow being comforted and my heart kept separated from the pollution of the world (James 1:27). Not ignoring it, but fighting it. Bringing justice where there is none and being a light in the middle of the darkness.”

A taste of missions

The short-term missions team at OM Brazil sees a growing number of youth mobilised to share the gospel abroad and motivate churches at home.

'Freedom to grow in ministry and leadership'

Brazil’s mission training programme provides practical experience and cross-cultural knowledge for participants heading overseas.

Friendship culture

Three Brazilian women use cultural connections to make friendships around the Muslim world.

But first, English

OM writer Nicole visits the English Short Course in Brazil to interview students and teachers about learning a second language.

Always a full house

Vitor and Ivanir Christovam step into new roles for Latin America in people care after learning how to care for workers on the field in Moldova.