South East Asia

Accountant

As an accountant on the mission field with OM, you will use your financial management skills toward the purpose of seeing vibrant communities of Jesus followers established among the least reached. This important role is vital to ministry on the field. As an accountant in OM, you would provide accountability for the cash transactions conducted on the field and perform duties to assist with accounting functions pertaining to bank accounts, budgets, journal entries, financial reporting and administrative changes, guided by precedent and guidelines of established polices. Participation in local ministry and team life may also be aspects of your role.

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Requirements

1. Formal training in accounting or bookkeeping is really helpful.  If no formal training in Accounting is in the candidate’s history, then at least 5 years of progressively increasing responsibility in an accounting team would be preferred.
2. Knowledge of, and use of, Debits and Credits and nuances in a not-for-profit accounting system would be helpful.
3. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
Able to use appropriate software for communication.

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 East Asia

Stories from South East Asia

Jesús en mi corazón

“Porque tengo a Jesús en mi corazón, esto es diferente” dijo Malee.

Who's he?

Sharing God's love can result in persecution and impact believers' families, as one OMer learns while visiting a friend.

Root of poverty

Mak's story is just one example of the effects poverty has on the community in which OM MTI's school at the Thailand-Myanmar border works.

A Christmas Party to Remember

Kalene Lua is the Communications and Fundraising Manager in OM Mercy Teams International (MTI). OM MTI operates a school, the School of Mercy for 130 internally displaced Mon and Karen children in a village at the Thailand-Myanmar Border. She visited the school in December 2016 with a team of six adults and seven children. They helped to pack 300 gift bags for a Christmas party in the community. Here, she shares her experience during the Christmas party.