Personnel Officer

Do you have a passion for missions, and do you enjoy helping people find their role in it? OM Italia needs someone like you to who is passionate about recruiting and caring for people who are interested in joining OM.


- lead the placement process for those joining OM Italia
- ensure that new workers are sufficiently prepared to join the field
- work with the team and field leader and other member care staff to ensure appropriate care is provided for all personnel
- comply with OM personnel policy and agreed best practice
- assist in making personnel needs known by writing and posting job descriptions
- work with others to promote excellence in OM's overall recruiting, placement, management, training, and care of personnel

- Able to connect with people, a good networker
- Good administrative skills
- Able to communicate clearly and effectively in English
- Commitment to learn Italian and become part of the local community
- Proficient in basic computer skills
- Willingness to serve on a multi-cultural team
- Good judgment and discretion with people and information
- Cares deeply for people and has a vision to see the personnel ministry fit into the larger mandate of the Great Commission

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

2-3 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.

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