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Speech & Occupational Therapists

Speech & Occupational Therapists

Special Hope Network is looking for a variety of therapists to join their team in Lusaka, Zambia. These positions will be fully fundraised positions. If you are interested in joining the Special Hope Network ministry team, or would like more information, please email info@specialhopenetwork.org. 1. Demonstrate knowledge of content in communication specifically to provide individualized instruction 2. Design assessment to determine most effective individual plan and create lesson plans that adhere to communication goals of student, and demonstrate ability to staff when necessary 3. Create an environment of respect, rapport, and culture of learning among staff, clients, and parents 4. Manage classroom procedure, maintain accurate records, and keep physical space organized 5. Manage and problem solve student behavior using preventative measures and positive behavior strategies 6. Demonstrate teamwork, flexibility and responsiveness toward staff, students and supervisors and in necessary situations 7. Reflect on teaching regularly and work toward growing and developing professionally 8. Demonstrate professionalism and participate in the professional community by communicating effectively with colleagues, supervisors, parents and visitors 9. Exhibit an uplifting, encouraging attitude toward fellow staff members, students and parents. Be approachable, welcoming and positive to all individuals while at work. 10. Teach our Educational Specialists skills, research-based methods of teaching, at staff training meetings and when working with students

Trip Coordinator Belize

Trip Coordinator Belize

Bold Hope is seeking a Trip Coordinator (TC) for Belize. The TC works closely with our missionaries as well as the U.S. Trip Coordinator to facilitate all aspects of Bold Hope’s mission trips to Belize. As the first point of contact for trip participants, the Trip Coordinator should be welcoming, flexible, and detail-oriented. Primary Responsibilities: Support missionaries and staff when in Belize *Coordinate all Belize aspects of mission trips * Manage ministry calendar and schedule teams for available weeks * Schedule airport runs * Purchase supplies * Work with missionaries/local ministry partners to plan meaningful service projects for teams * Act as host to U.S. teams * Attend pre-trip team trainings virtually * Lead team meetings * Ensure everyone is participating in service opportunities * Schedule & lead fun day opportunities * Keep everyone on schedule * Develop relationships with local pastors and churches *Explore programs churches already have in place * Develop strategies for supporting / supplementing their efforts * Enlist church involvement in community outreach / community development initiatives * Pray for and encourage local pastors * Connect believers to churches in the area. Pay & Benefits: We offer a $500 monthly stipend that helps cover the expenses of working with us. We allow for staff to raise support if they have larger financial needs. We do not offer any benefits at this time. Qualifications: * A bachelor\\\\\\\’s or associate’s degree * Excellent communication skills and a positive attitude * Strong organizational skills * Knowledge of Microsoft Office (especially Excel/Word) and Google Drive/Calendar a must * Ability to work as part of a team * Passion for serving others Interested and qualified candidates please send a cover letter and resume to rachel@boldhope.org

World Wide Mission Jobs

World Wide Mission Jobs

Samaritan’s Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ.

For more than 40 years, Samaritan’s Purse has shared the eternal hope and peace found only in Jesus with men, women, and children who are victims of war, poverty, disaster, disease, and famine. We are among the largest international non-government organizations in the world and work in more than 100 countries addressing critical needs such as food, clean water, shelter, and medicine.

Thousands of volunteers and more than 1,600 employees are called to support our mission working at our ministry headquarters in North Carolina or at our field offices across the United States and overseas. This incredible team of dedicated servants is active in achieving the mission of Samaritan’s Purse. View current openings here.