Just outside Brussels, in a town called Zaventem, OM has an internationally used conference facility called ZavCentre. ZavCentre provides up to a full board stay for missionaries traveling through, OM groups' meetings, local Christians and others. Our center has around 70 beds and 5 small and large meeting rooms. Besides the conference center, OM wants to help the local church in reaching their purpose for Christ.


We are looking for a caterer for the center. This job includes:
- Planning, preparing and serving meals for groups from 2 to 80.
- Planning menus, shopping and cooking
- Showing special care for guests with particular dietary needs.
- Cooking for staff meals and individual guests and larger groups of Christian workers attending conferences, meetings or training sessions.

- Using your practical gifts to bless OM.
- A servant-heart and willingness to work practically to serve mission workers.
- EU citizen
- Knowledge of English.
- Driver's license is a plus.
- Flexible, friendly, open character.
- 3 months option available.
* Previous catering experience is important

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

As long as possible

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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