South Asia

IT Coordinator

Do you have a knowledge about computers, software and technical equipment? Are you passionate about using your IT skills to serve God in a foreign land? As our IT Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to use your talents to oversee and maintain technical equipment to keep it running smoothly and functioning properly.

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Requirements

As our IT Coordinator, your job will be:

Overseeing maintenance of all IT hardware infrastructures at the OM base and other offices by making sure that:
1. All computers, projectors and printers are functioning as they should.
2. Any technical problems are dealt with within 24 hours, if possible.

Overseeing all field software needs by ensuring that:
1. Licenses are kept up to date.
2. A license register is kept up to date, listing each computer and the OS and other programs.
3. Each person had the right software for the job, and software is sourced for specific tasks.
4. All software on each computer is updated each quarter.
5. A list is kept of all field computers, as well as personal computers with OM Software – the list is to include the OM software, as well as the password for the computer. An up-to-date copy of this list will be kept at the OM Base, in the Support Services office.

Maintaining team member email addresses, distribution lists and access to Sharepoint, as well as ensuring proper internet access and security security.

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 South Asia

Stories from South Asia

Amazing experiences along the Silk Road

Serving in West and Central Asia for many years, Paul and Soonok have one lasting dream: to see a church planting movement there.

Amazing experiences along the Silk Road

Serving in West and Central Asia for many years, Paul and Soonok have one lasting dream: to see a church planting movement there.

Happy endings

“As I watched the ending scene (that lasted about three minutes) I thought about the “happy ending” notion,” says Ava. “Is it real or is it a fairy tale? A utopia created by Hollywood to give their viewers a false sense of hope in the reality of a broken world? And so, I said to myself: I believe in happy endings.”

A letter from mommy to mommy: part II

“After interviewing these women, I realised that their stories impacted me way more than I expected them to,” admits Ava. “It gave me a glimpse of the true reality of living out your life as a believing mother. The reality that loving and being obedient to God could mean going to a developing country or a high-security risk country closed off to the gospel, downsizing your comfort level or just doing the things that seem like the hardest thing to do in your life, all because God said to do it.”

A letter from mommy to mommy

“I wanted to know what it takes to be a missionary mom, a mom living cross-culturally or just a believing mother. I think it is important for single missionaries—and young ladies in general—to take note of what they have to say to help build a foundation for our future lives as missionary moms or moms who follow Jesus,” explains Ava. “To achieve this task, well, to some degree, I talked with three mothers, from three different countries, in three different stages in their lives.”

Those who have never heard

A team overcomes challenges to share about Jesus with those who have never heard His name before.