Central Asia, Education, 1-11 months / Job ID: 1539

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

The appointed teacher will teach English to local people at a variety of intermediate and advanced levels. This involves reading writing listening and speaking. It includes preparing tests/syllabi/assignments and daily lessons based on the curriculum we provide.

This person preferably will be a native English speaker and be a trained teacher or TEFL teacher or have teaching experience. S/he needs to be hard working flexible good with people and have a good sense of humour with strong communication skills. In this environment the person needs to be adaptable to change and calm under pressure. S/He should be willing to learn the local language(s) and be spiritually mature and committed to Christian unity in diversity.

Central Asia, Administration, 2+ years / Job ID: 1533

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

To develop and maintain an operating environment that encourages and empowers staff to work wholeheartedly and effectively enables projects to reach their objectives and enables the organisation to fulfil its mission.

This person will have a bachelors degree in a relevant field preferably with senior management experience in nonprofit developing world context. S/He will be competent in strategic planning project management and leadership. S/He will be able to build organization and staff capacity to communicate objectives and strategies needed to achieve organizational goals and to design and implement systems necessary for nonprofit organisations to run well. S/He will have technical capability in logistics and security related work and effective interpersonal and cross-cultural communication skills.

Central Asia, Education, 12-23 months / Job ID: 1507

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

To invest in the lives of expatriate children by carrying out the professional duties of a teacher as circumstances may require and in accordance with the programs policies under the direction of the Principal or Program Manager. In doing so we aim to meet the needs of expatriate children and support parents in their desire to serve the local people.

This person will be a qualified experienced teacher with cross-cultural experience. S/He has a living dynamic Christian faith and a caring servant heart. S/He is willing to learn willing to teach multi-grade classes and is able to work independently. S/He relates and communicates well with children and parents is flexible and creative and is able to work harmoniously in teams comprising different nationalities.

Central Asia, Education, 2+ years / Job ID: 1538

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

To manage and oversee the Language and Culture Program (LCP) of the organization countrywide and to help team members and other expatriates to learn the language and culture. The work will include liaising with area LCP administrators supporting LCP students and staff and managing the LCP planning reporting budgeting and statistics. S/He will ensure the development and production of material for language learning and cultural orientation together with LCP consultant and teachers organize initial and on-going teacher training organize Orientation Courses select new staff as needed and ensure security and safety measures are carried out in accordance with policies.

This person will have a willingness to learn a local language. It is recommended that s/he will have training in language learning methods (GPA included). S/He will have good administrative and organisational skills and leadership and management abilities S/He needs a good command of English and experience in language teaching is desirable.

Central Asia, Administration, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1487

A faith-based NGO working in an insecure environment impacts communities in areas of health economy and social empowerment.

The aim is to ensure an excellent donor base of institutional and individual donors so that the organisation has adequate funding for all its efforts and to establish develop and maintain partnerships with a diverse donor base. This position serves project managers in their communication with donors.

Key attributes include: some donor relations experience a basic knowledge of budgeting excellent written English an understanding of proposal and report writing ability to produce professional documents. It is important to be able to work in a team to be well organised and able to work to a deadline — and to encourage others to do so. You should be patient and also willing to learn local language and culture.

Central Asia, Administration, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 498

The organisation is dedicated to positively impacting societies with compassion and integrity through relief and development programmes.

We are seeking someone to assist the Country Director in administrative tasks and be responsible for the preparation of public relations materials. Qualifications include excellent English language skills and experience with computer programs including graphics.

The applicant should have good administrative skills such as filing typing and email and good organisational skills. Other qualities include being servant-hearted and resilient showing good initiative and being willing to learn a foreign language.

Central Asia, Administration, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1486

A faith-based NGO working in an insecure environment. Impacts communities in areas of health economy and social empowerment.

The Human Resources Manager provides leadership for both expatriate and local personnel functions in order to promote good practice in staff recruitment and retention and oversees the on-boarding process of both expatriate and local personnel.

Requirements include good administrative skills good interpersonal and relational skills good written and verbal communication skills experience in developing and training HR policies including child protection vulnerable adults whistle blowing etc. and a willingness to learn the local language and culture.

Central Asia, Other, 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1485

A faith-based NGO working in an insecure environment impacts communities in areas of health economy and social empowerment.

The job involves preparing and teaching English language lessons (written and spoken) for National Staff who need to upgrade their English skills for their job.

You need good interpersonal skills and a minimum of a TOEFL teaching qualification or qualification in teaching. You should be a native English speaker or demonstrate excellent command of spoken and written English. You should be a good communicator be confident and patient and be willing to learn local language and culture.

Central Asia, Other, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1484

A faith-based NGO working in an insecure environment impacts communities in areas of health economy and social empowerment.

The appointee will advise on overall safety and security management for the organisation provide training and oversight for the local security manager monitor and interpret the current security situation liaise with other relevant security entities and assist in critical incident management.

You will need experience in security management experience living in an unstable security environment and a collaborative attitude and good relational skills. You will need to be calm in a crisis to be a good communicator and team player and be willing to learn language and culture of the host country.

Central Asia, Other, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1497

A faith-based NGO working in an insecure environment impacts communities in areas of health economy and social empowerment.

Our organisation is in an exciting transition period of building capacity and releasing greater responsibility into the hands of local staff. The person in this role would be responsible for assessing the needs of our staff and facilitating the planning and provision of the necessary development.

We are looking for someone who is experienced in training with good organisational skills and good people skills a confident person who is a good communicator and a good networker. You should be able to see the big picture and be willing to travel within the country. and to learn the language and culture.