We are seeking for a Communications Officer



God is doing big things here in France, and we’d love to share this with our supporters to enable them to pray effectively, give prayerfully, and partner with us in mission. We need you to help us keep in contact with our mission partners across the world by creating engaging, attractive content for our social media platforms and our bi-annual newsletter, so that they might be informed about and encouraged by the stories of God’s work in this country.


You will motivate others to get personally involved in missions through writing stories for our website, brochures and newsletter (2 times a year). 

Ideal qualities:

- ability to manage several tasks at the same time

- organised and can meet deadlines

- thrives in working as part of an international team

- creative

- enjoys learning new things

- graphics/design abilities or interest

- able to handle some repetition in tasks

- some IT ability is helpful

- French is essential for this role. Knowledge of English is helpful but not obligatory.

More informations or contact   here  or at personnel.fr@om.org


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