Latest Opportunities

Consider your role in reaching those who are far from Jesus through the opportunities listed below. If you see something that takes your interest, just click enquire, fill out the simple form and we’ll be back in touch to talk about next steps.

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Share English Ministry Team Leader(Flexible)

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Application deadline: ongoing

  • Do you have a passion to see people in hard-to-reach places come to know Jesus?
  • Do you enjoy encouraging, supporting, and building up those involved in ministry around the world?
  • Do you enjoy project management and being involved in audio/video production?
  • Are you comfortable talking with people and inviting them into the work God is doing?

Share English is a ministry to those who want to learn English. This ministry helps learners who already have a basic understanding of English to develop valuable language skills that will empower them in everyday life. For some it will help them into employment and education, for others, it will relieve isolation. In-person and virtual English conversation clubs are welcoming places to learn about different cultures, challenge perceptions, discuss faith, and develop diverse friendships. Additionally, many English Language learners engage with our social media content on a regular basis. This creates opportunities to engage with people to build relationships, share ideas, and open the door for conversations about faith.

We are looking for a ministry team leader to oversee and collaborate with the Share English team for content creation, audio/video production, and quality control. The Share English ministry team leader is responsible for the overall management, strategic planning, and development of the Share English Ministry of Reach Beyond. This includes supporting, encouraging, and leading the team members in the various aspects of the ministry. The ministry team leader monitors, evaluates, and analyses ministry service delivery including analysis of website and social media traffic. Responsibilities include creating and managing the production systems as well as ensuring timely completion. The team leader regularly promotes Share English ministries and shares impact stories through attending events/conferences, making presentations to Reach Beyond leadership, and contributing to internal publicity material and newsletters.

Share English Team Ministry Leader responsibilities include:

  • Ensures timely programme production including communicating with staff and freelance writers and producers
  • Creates and manages production systems including setting Share English programme schedule and updating Learners’ website
  • Oversees editing process to ensure overall quality control of Share English content, audio and video programmes
  • Responds as appropriate to listeners’ comments on social media
  • Develops and maintains partnerships with likeminded organisations

Requirements include:

  • Passionate about reaching those who don’t know Jesus and encouraging people to be involved through Share English
  • Excellent people skills with an ability to network, inspire others, and demonstrate enthusiasm
  • Able to work in an autonomous environment with a high degree of responsibility
  • Demonstrates experience working with audio and video production and editing
  • Willing to travel to promote Share English at churches, conferences, and exhibitions as needed
  • Demonstrates experience and success in project development
  • Raising your own financial support and/or being self-funded

All candidates must be able to sign Reach Beyond's Statement of Faith Statement of faith

Nurse/Clinic Administrator (Athens, Greece)

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Application deadline: ongoing

We are looking for a nurse with some experience of clinic administration and coordination, to help with provision of medical care and coordination of a medical clinic in Athens specialising in the provision of medical care to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants.

You will use your vocation to share Christ in spoken and unspoken ways as you carry out your role and also integrate into local life. Your passion is to see God bring about physical and spiritual health transformation in the lives of marginalised people from many nations but especially those from the Middle-East.

Specific responsibilities

* Provision of nursing and coordination with doctors and other healthcare professionals.

* Coordination of clinic days – patient intake, pharmacy inventory and distribution, patient referrals, and patient follow up.

Requirements

* Ability to work in cross-cultural environments.

* Willingness to engage in language learning – Greek and Farsi.

* Willingness to train, teach, mentor, coach others and work effectively alongside national and international medical staff.

* This is not a salaried position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two.

* A willingness to complete the minimum training. * All candidates must be able to sign our Statement of faith

Short Term Teams for 2024

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Application deadline: ongoing

We are looking for churches across the UK to partner with us to raise teams to work with refugees and other unreached mobile groups across Europe. We will be taking teams to Southern Spain and to Athens in Greece throughout 2024.


The trips will be from 7 to 14 days and will involve a range of work alongside partner organisations based in those locations. The teams will include medical work, children's work, skills training and general assistance with the running of events.


For further information, contact info@reachbeyond.org or visit our Short Term Trips page HERE

Trash 2 Treasure Coordinator(Spain)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Are you excited about using technology in a creative way in ministry?
Are you a team player with a personal passion to reach people for Jesus?
Do you envision using your technical skills on the mission field?

 

Trash 2 Treasure is a project that uses plastic recycling to develop ongoing relationships with people with the goal of evangelism and discipleship. The recycling machines themselves are based on open-source designs, and require hands-on technical skills and a passion for teaching and mentoring to build and maintain the machines and oversee their use. A teaching plan has been developed that uses examples from the recycling process with parallels from the Bible to illustrate how God turns our lives from Trash into Treasure.

 

The Trash 2 Treasure project started as a pilot project at our office in Spain and has now reached a stage where we need a coordinator to oversee the deployment of the project to another location, where it can be used with the refugee and asylum seeker population.

The Trash 2 Treasure Coordinator’s responsibilities include:
•    Spending time at the pilot project location to become familiar with the machines and recycling process.
•    Selection and purchasing of new machines for the new location.
•    Assembly and maintenance of new machines.
•    Planning and construction of work spaces.
•    Training of others to carry out the recycling and teaching plan.
•    Supervision of work spaces.


Requirements:
•    Mechanical aptitude.
•    Knowledge of safe workshop practices.
•    Ability to think creatively of potential uses for recycled plastic based on knowledge of the process.
•    A passion for disciple-making among unreached people from various worldviews.
•    The desire and ability to live and work from the regional office in Spain initially, then possibly another location.
•    Self-directed with good communication skills.
•    Flexibility and an eagerness to learn.
•    Raise your own financial support and/or be self-funded.
•    Willing to complete the minimum training.
•    All candidates need to be able to sign our Statement of Faith Statement of faith


If you think this could be for you, please contact us so that we can talk further.

Media Trainer(Asia Pacific)

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Application deadline: ongoing

  • Do you have a passion to use media as a way to share the love of Jesus with those who do not yet know him?
  • Do you have a heart to work with national believers to equip them in using media to reach their communities?
  • Are you versed in one or more types of media – especially social media, video or radio production?
  • Have you hosted a podcast, a radio show, a vlog, a YouTube channel?
  • Are you an enthusiastic educator, with a heart for both face-to-face and online teaching and learning?
  • Do you have experience in promotion and marketing?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, why not join our team in the Asia Pacific (AP) region as we help local partners to grow dynamic, sustainable ministries through media? To date, Reach Beyond has planted more than 100 radio stations in several countries across the AP region, working with national believers who run the stations and engage with their local communities. We want to continue to support those stations so they can sustainably grow and expand their media reach.

Reach Beyond has conducted may face-to-face workshops for radio presenters and producers in the AP region. Now we’re looking to expand our ministry and offer a suite of courses that can help our partner ministries extend their outreach and become more strategic as they do so.

Serving as a media trainer includes:

•    Developing and delivering face-to-face and online training based on the expressed needs of ministry partners, and in cooperation with other partners in the mission and (especially) the AP region
•    Being a part of our team of trainers who have delivered numerous training courses. They will mentor and equip you in this role
•    Create content for media according to the needs of the mission and ministry partners
•    Living and working in Asia for three or more years
•    Agreeing to and upholding the Reach Beyond Statement of Faith Statement of faith
•    Raising your own financial support and/or being self-funded
•    Being willing to complete the minimum training

K-12 Teachers (Central Asia)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Do you have:


•    Teaching experience
•    The ability and desire to live and work overseas in a creative access country
•    Sensitivity to cross-cultural issues
•    The ability and desire to go to the field now (within 1 year), including time to raise your support and/or be self-funded
•    A commitment to serving long-term in this position
•    A willingness to learn the local language

 

We are looking for school teachers to serve in a local school that offers comprehensive English-language instruction from preschool through 12th grade to the children of expatriate workers in a city of Central Asia. It is committed to addressing the uniqueness and potential of each child, and encouraging the spiritual, intellectual, social, physical and emotional growth of the students, instilling an ethical world view that will equip them for effective service to society.

 

Current needs are:

  •  Secondary English Literature
  • Secondary Math
  • Secondary History and Geography
  • Secondary Science (Biology and Chemistry)

Director of Corrientes(Ecuador)

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Application deadline: ongoing

The Director of Corrientes oversees the personalised training, mentoring and equipping of Latin missionary candidates for bi-vocation missionary service around the world.

Do you have:

  • A passion for raising up Latin American missionaries to serve among the unreachedA vision for equipping new missionaries with skills so they thrive on the mission field
  • Administrative abilities to lead a programme training Latin American Christians for cross-cultural missions
  • Vast personal experience in cross-cultural missions
  • An eagerness to work on a multi-national team
  • The ability and desire to live and work in Ecuador
  • Proficiency in Spanish language skills
  • A tolerance for uncertainty
  • The ability and desire to go to the field soon (preferably within 1 year), including time to raise your missionary support and/or be self-funded
  • A commitment to serving long-term in this position​​​​​​
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

Corrientes is a missionary training program operated by Voz y Manos – Ecuador, a ministry partner of Reach Beyond. Located in Quito, Ecuador, Corrientes provides individualised mentoring and equipping for Latin Americans who are called to national and cross-cultural missions work.
An ideal director of Corrientes would be intercultural, bilingual, and have a good number of years of training and experience in adult education and missionary care, knowledge of organisational management, sensitivity to cultural diversity, transcultural missions experience, and a familiarity with the Latin American church history related to missions. Networking would be required with other missions training centres and with national and international missionary movements.

All candidates must be able to sign our Statement of Faith.

Mentor for Latin American Missionary Candidates(Ecuador)

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Application deadline: ongoing

The Mentor for Corrientes provides support, counselling, and mentoring for Latin missionary candidates who are preparing for bi-vocation missionary service around the world.

Do you have:

  • A passion for raising up Latin American missionaries to serve among the unreached
  • A desire to use your mentoring, counselling and missionary experience to prepare Latin American Christians for the mission field
  • Vast personal experience in cross-cultural missions
  • A willingness to work on a multi-national team
  • The ability and desire to live and work in Ecuador
  • Fluency in Spanish language skills
  • A tolerance for uncertainty
  • The ability and desire to go to the field soon (preferably within 1 year), including time to raise your missionary support and/or be self-funded
  • A commitment to serving long-term in this position
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

Corrientes is a missionary training programme operated by Voz y Manos – Ecuador, a ministry partner of Reach Beyond. Located in Quito, Ecuador, Corrientes provides individualised mentoring and equipping for Latin Americans who are called to national and cross-cultural missions work.

An ideal Corrientes mentor would have a good number of years of experience and training in counselling, mentoring and spiritual development; cross-cultural experience (preferably a good number of years of missionary service); fluency in Spanish; and a heart for equipping Latins for missionary service.

All candidates must be able to sign our Statement of Faith.

ESL Teacher for Latin American Missionary Candidates(Ecuador)

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Application deadline: ongoing

The ESL teacher for Corrientes teaches English to Latin missionary candidates to help prepare them for bi-vocational missionary service around the world. Often English is the common language for the multi-national teams serving together.

Do you have:

  • A passion for raising up Latin America missionaries to serve among the unreached
  • A desire to use your English as a Second Language skills to help prepare Latin American Christians for the field
  • A willingness to work on a multi-national team
  • The ability and desire to live and work in Ecuador
  • Native English language skills
  • Proficiency in Spanish language skills
  • A tolerance for uncertainty
  • The ability and desire to go to the field soon (preferably within 1 year), including time to raise your missionary support and/or be self-funded
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

Corrientes is a missionary training programme operated by Voz y Manos – Ecuador, a ministry partner of Reach Beyond. Located in Quito, Ecuador, Corrientes provides individualised mentoring and equipping for Latin Americans who are called to national and cross-cultural missions work. We urgently need a dedicated ESL teacher whose first language is English and is eager to teach English language acquisition to these Latin American missionary candidates. Many of them will be working with international teams or serving in countries where the national language is only taught through English, so learning English is vital to their missionary preparation.

An ideal ESL teacher would have a degree in ESL or a TESOL certificate, teaching experience, cross-cultural experience and some proficiency in Spanish. Service could be either short-term or long-term.

All candidates must be able to sign our Statement of Faith.

Engineer for Audio Communications(Ecuador)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Do you have:

  • A passion for using your technical skills to share the good news of Jesus
  • Experience in engineering (electrical preferred)
  • A desire to work in media broadcasting
  • The ability and desire to live and work overseas
  • Sensitivity to cross-cultural issues
  • A willingness to work with local partners on a multi-cultural team
  • Imagination to see and exploit opportunities that may arise
  • The ability and desire to go to the field now (within 1 year)
  • A willingness to learn Spanish
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

We are looking for an engineer to participate in the design, selection, development and/or installation of broadcast or other media equipment and systems for the HCJB radio station in Quito, Ecuador. Join our team at HCJB and be a part of engaging and equipping Latin American listeners with the truths of the gospel and mobilising the Ecuadorian church in missionary work.

Requirements include:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in engineering
  • At least two years of experience preferred
  • High proficiency in using computer programs especially related to mass media and basic office use
  • Proficiency in computer programming and software engineering, especially embedded systems is a plus
  • Ministry experience through a church or other like-minded mission agency is a plus
  • In agreement with and upholding our Statement of Faith

IT Systems Administrator(Spain)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Are you ready to use your IT skills to reach the least reached for Christ? 

Would you enjoy working with a global team and enabling the ministry done? 

The North Africa Middle East region (NAME) is populated with the hardest people groups to reach. In many parts of the region, we cannot send workers, but we can support media ministry that crosses borders through media outreach, including production studios, social media, FM and online radio, training and support. We also work closely with local churches in our area of Spain. The NAME Region office is a workplace as well as a 24/7 FM radio station with studios and live on-air facilities.

This is how we are working to help fulfill the Great Commission of Christ. Will you join us?

The Systems Administrator’s responsibilities include: 

  • Manage the server environment (currently Windows and Linux) and associated hardware under the direction of Reach Beyond’s existing worldwide team.
  • Provide IT support on desktop productivity software and the desktop operating system to the staff. 
  • Perform maintenance duties on desktop systems and servers to ensure security patches are maintained. 
  • Perform maintenance and troubleshooting for the office network system, including firewall, backups, and file servers under the direction of the global IT team.
  • Liaison with local internet service providers.
  • Perform maintenance duties on radio and recording studio computers and equipment including the studio-transmitter link.
  • Perform research and configuration of special project equipment (eg. Bible Box on Raspberry Pi).
  • Build/Rebuild desktop computer systems (software and hardware). 
  • Physical wiring and general electrical maintenance.
  • Analyse business and technical requirements for replacement systems. 
  • Various other tasks as are necessary within the team. 

Requirements:

  • A technology diploma or equivalent preferable. 
  • Experience in computer systems design, analysis, implementation, and subsequent administration.
  • Exposure and interest in radio broadcast hardware and software would be an asset. 
  • A passion for disciple-making among unreached people from various worldviews.
  • In agreement with and upholding our Statement of Faith
  • The desire and ability to live and work from the regional office in Spain. 
  • Self-directed with good communication skills.
  • Flexibility and an eagerness to learn.
  • An ability and passion to help others understand, use and make the most of technology.
  • Capabilities with shop tools and general repair knowledge.
  • A commitment to serving long-term (3 to 4 years) in this position.
  • Raise your own financial support and/or be self-funded.
  • Spanish and English competency or willingness to learn. 
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training.

Refugee Ministry Team Member(Greece)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Objective:  We are looking for people to serve as team members of our Europe/Eurasia Region, using medical, educational, and development opportunities to reach unreached people who are marginalised and lacking resources as they are on the move through Athens.  

Responsibilities include:

  • Participating with other team members in voice and hands initiatives in Athens
  • Working in Reach Beyond’s development projects among unreached peoples and demonstrating Jesus to those who may be refugees
  • Serving alongside Reach Beyond's partners in Athens
  • Helping to facilitate short-term team opportunities
  • Undertaking various other tasks as are necessary within the team

Requirements:

Committed to and actively following and growing as a disciple of Jesus

  • Has a passion for disciple-making among unreached people from various cultures and worldviews
  • The desire and ability to live and work as a member of the Reach Beyond team in Athens
  • Submitted to and upholding the Reach Beyond Code of Conduct and team norms
  • In agreement with and upholding our Statement of Faith
  • Meeting the required biblical & theological competency level
  • Raising your own support or be self-funded
  • Has a commitment to serving long-term in this position
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

Counsellor(Ecuador)

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Application deadline: ongoing

You could provide Christian counselling to the listeners of Spanish radio station HCJB in Quito, Ecuador.

Do you have:

  • A heart for engaging with Latin American people who are hurting or asking big questions
  • A passion for equipping people with the tools to strengthen their mental, emotional, and spiritual health
  • Sensitivity to cross-cultural issues
  • The ability and desire to live overseas and serve as a missionary in Quito, Ecuador
  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree in Christian counselling
  • At least two years of experience in Christian counselling
  • A willingness to work on a multi-cultural team
  • Fluency In Spanish (written and spoken) or the willingness to go to language school
  • The ability and desire to go to the field now (within 1 year), including time to raise your missionary support and/or be self-funded
  • A commitment to serving long-term in this position
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

Many listeners of Radio HCJB's programmes are moved by the Holy Spirit to contact the station and share their burdens or seek answers to the questions that are weighing them down. As a Christian counsellor, you will have opportunities to engage with them personally and minister to their mental, emotional and spiritual needs.

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide Christian counselling for the listeners serving each person in their various needs, focusing on mental health, emotional health, and spiritual growth and development
  • Available to respond to listeners by meeting in person or by email or telephone
  • Evaluate the various needs of each listener seeking help, keeping in mind the limitations of our service and making referrals to the various professional services if the needs are beyond our resources or expertise

All candidates must be able to sign our Statement of Faith

Refugee and Immigrant Outreach Coordinator(Spain)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Do you have a heart for the millions of displaced people around the globe?

Do you see yourself serving in a missions ministry that seeks to address refugees' immediate physical, emotional and spiritual needs?

Our regional office in Spain is connected to various ministries in the North Africa/Middle East region that are working with displaced people. As these people become displaced, they seek asylum in countries such as Greece and Spain. Although we have participated in refugee work with partners in Greece, we are looking to increase Reach Beyond’s direct participation in Spain itself.

This is how we are working to help fulfill the Great Commission of Christ. Will you join us?

Responsibilities include:

  • Becoming familiar with the different organisations that work with refugees and immigrants in Spain and other countries in the region.
  • Matching partner opportunities to Reach Beyond’s capabilities.
  • Identifying opportunities where the NA/ME region can minister to refugees and immigrants in Andalucia.
  • Developing a ministry that would attract short term missions team opportunities.
  • Working as part of a team within the region and with other refugee-oriented ministries within Reach Beyond.
  • Various other tasks as are necessary within the team.

Requirements:

  • A passion for disciple-making among unreached people from various worldviews.
  • The desire and ability to live and work from the regional office in Spain.
  • A commitment to serving long-term in this role.
  • Raise your missionary support and/or be self-funded.
  • Spanish competency or willingness to learn it.
  • Proficiency in one of the following languages: Arabic, Dari, Farsi, or French, or the willingness to learn, would be an asset.
  • Agreement to our Statement of Faith.
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

Office Manager(Spain)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Are you called to use your administrative skills in missions to further the kingdom of God? 

Do you have a heart for ministry to the unreached and least-reached people of the world?

Are you well organized, detail-oriented, and can work with little or no supervision?

Are you happy in a smooth-running office and flexible enough when it hits bumps in the international road?

We are looking for an Office Manager for our North Africa Middle East (NAME) Regional office in southern Spain. The office is in one of the poorest areas of Spain and though the focus is ministry into the NAME region, there are additional ministries right in Spain. The Office Manager provides administrative support to the North Africa/Middle East team in addition to performing clerical and financial duties for the region.

Responsibilities include:

  • General accounting, bookkeeping, processing, and reporting for the region and entities.
  • Creates and maintains files and financial databases.
  • Provides administrative support to the NAME Regional Director and the NAME staff members including creation and maintenance of files.
  • Answers regional inquiries when the Regional Director is out of the office. 
  • Interfaces with the mission's Development and Communications Departments on project status and news from the region.
  • Works closely with the NAME Regional Director and the CFO in the annual budget process.
  • Composes correspondence.
  • Maintains contact with donors to the region to thank them and to keep them engaged.
  • Works closely with the Regional Director to maintain all regional policies up to date and to maintain an accurate inventory of all property in the region.
  • Greets visitors, answers phone, and coordinates all office events.

Requirements:

  • The desired candidate must have a HS Diploma and at least two years of clerical and/or bookkeeping experience, preferably in an executive setting. 
  • Must have an advanced knowledge of MS Suite and bookkeeping abilities.
  • Excellent English and functional Spanish verbal and written communication skills are a must.
  • Must be a team player, with the ability to interact professionally with upper and executive management and able to create correspondence from verbal instructions.  
  • A commitment to serving long-term in this position.
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two
  • Agreement to our Statement of Faith.
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

Assistant Project Administrator: The Ephraim Project(Spain)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Are you a team player with a passion to reach people for Jesus?

Are you teachable and flexible, a team leader and willing to pursue team goals?

Are you comfortable using social media and excited to apply it to reach into the Middle East?

Are you excited about using technology in a creative way in your ministry?

The Ephraim Project is a social media outreach. One aspect is in partnership with national believers who are using an overt Christian message in their native language. The content they develop is for people seeking to learn about Christianity where they engage in spiritual conversations, receive counseling and discipleship. The second aspect of the project uses English conversation to build relationships. Through these English social media groups, members whose interest is to improve their English find friendships, and seeds of the Gospel are planted.

As well as shared oversight of the Ephraim project, your daily focus would be English conversation - an exciting outreach that brings together language learners in an informal manner. Learners are grouped by native language, and sessions are in audio and written formats. Online chat sessions are topical, with some grammar and spelling reinforcement. The sessions are held to allow practice in spoken and written English, rather than English instruction in a formal setting. Several English-speaking volunteers participate in the chat sessions.

The Assistant Project Administrator responsibilities include:

  • Shared oversight of the Ephraim project.
  • Recruiting and training volunteers for the English conversation outreach.
  • Participating in the online English chat sessions.
  • Coordinating and scheduling volunteers for chat sessions.
  • Administration of the English groups.
  • Developing topics for discussion and providing discussion resources for volunteers.
  • Assisting in partnership communication and direction.

Requirements include:

  • Native English speaker with the ability to correct errors in spoken and written English. No formal English language certification necessary.
  • A passion for disciple-making among unreached people holding various worldviews.
  • Availability to live and work from the regional office in Spain.
  • A commitment to serving long-term in this position.
  • Experience of how to use social media platforms.
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two.
  • Agreement to our Statement of Faith.
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

We are looking for two people to join our team in Spain: a Social Media Technical Support person and an Assistant Project Administrator. If you see yourself as a partial fit for both positions, we can discuss a crossover between these two roles based on each person’s gifting.

Social Media Technical Support: The Ephraim Project(Spain)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Are you gifted with multi-media skills and want to use these skills to reach people for Jesus?

Are you excited about using technology in a creative way in your ministry?

Do you have a passion for outreach to the Middle East?

Are you teachable and flexible, a team player willing to pursue team goals?

The Ephraim Project is a social media outreach. One aspect is in partnership with national believers who are using an overt Christian message in their native language. The content they develop is for people seeking to learn about Christianity where they engage in spiritual conversations, receive counseling and discipleship. The second aspect of the project uses English conversation to build relationships. Through these English social media groups, members whose interest is to improve their English find friendships, and seeds of the Gospel are planted.

As the Social Media Support person, you will use digital content from original and open-source materials to create fresh and exciting visual and audio media that will encourage English learner participation in daily discussion topics, special events and our social media groups. You would also help our national partners with any technical questions they might have.

The Social Media Technical Support responsibilities include:

  • Creation of content for social media channels.
  • Staying abreast of online security practices and research ongoing changes.
  • Participating in the English social media groups.
  • Recruiting and training volunteers for the English groups.

Requirements include:

  • Proficiency in media creation software for images, videos and audio.
  • Comfortable with digital file transfers, uploading to various web sites.
  • Working knowledge of Excel.
  • A passion for disciple-making among unreached people from various worldviews.
  • The desire and ability to live and work from the regional office in Spain.
  • A commitment to serving long-term in this position.
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two.
  • Agreement to our Statement of Faith.
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

We are looking for two people to join our team in Spain: a Social Media Technical Support person and an Assistant Project Administrator. If you see yourself as a partial fit for both positions, we can discuss a crossover between these two roles based on each person’s gifting.

K-12 Teachers and Administrators(Ecuador)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Do you have:

  • A heart to minister internationally in a Christian school setting
  • A passion for pursuing professional development
  • Biblical knowledge and spiritual maturity
  • The ability and desire to go to Ecuador now (within 1 year).
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two
  • A desire to serve long-term (3 or more years)
  • Agreement with our Statement of Faith
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

Reach Beyond is looking for Christian K-12 teachers and administrators to serve at The Alliance Academy International (AAI) in Quito, Ecuador, South America. AAI follows the American system of education and teachers are needed for each year group from kindergarten through to Grade 12 (Reception to Year 13 UK equivalent).

AAI is an independent, Christian international school which serves children from the missionary, business, professional, diplomatic, and Christian ministry communities in the capital city of Ecuador. The Academy’s programme, services, and ministry build on foundations laid by Christian & Missionary Alliance missionaries who founded the school in 1929.

AAI's mission is to develop followers of Jesus Christ who live with a focus on eternity; to provide students with a US-style of education based on the highest standards of educational excellence; and to provide a caring community where students are taught to be critical in their thinking, multicultural in their understanding, and compassionate in their dealings with others.

Current Needs

  • Secondary Principal
  • Secondary Bible Teacher
  • Secondary Biology Teacher
  • Secondary English Teacher
  • Secondary History/Philosophy Teacher
  • Secondary Maths Teacher
  • Secondary PE Teacher
  • Elementary Principal
  • Elementary Spiritual Life Coordinator
  • Elementary Special Education Teacher
  • Elementary Teacher

Candidates must have

  •   Bachelor's degree in a related field
  •   Minimum of one year of traditional classroom teaching experience or successful completion of a student teaching experience, and teacher certification or the ability to obtain certification
  •   Native English proficiency is required.

Community Development Workers(Ecuador)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Do you have:

  • A passion for disciple-making among unreached people
  • Experience in community development, engineering and/or construction
  • The ability and desire to live and work overseas
  • Sensitivity to cross-cultural issues
  • A willingness to work with local partners on a multi-cultural team
  • A tolerance for uncertainty
  • Imagination to see and exploit opportunities that may arise
  • The ability and desire to go to the field now (within 1 year)
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two
  • A commitment to serving long-term in this position
  • A willingness to learn the local language (Spanish)
  • Agreement with our Statement of Faith
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

We are looking for community development workers who will join a local Reach Beyond team to serve among the people groups of Ecuador. Local language learning is required. Activities will seek to provide solutions to some of the physical needs and problems identified by village communities, using materials and tools easily accessible to village people. This often involves building and testing appropriate technology solutions, such as engineering-based solutions to water supply and pumping, fuel-efficient heating and cooking, sanitation, alternative energy and other areas of technology, as well as training local people through seminars and demonstrations.

Radio Station Manager(Spain)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Do you have:

  • Experience in radio station management, live radio presentation and programme production
  • A heart for reaching unreached communities including immigrants and post-Christian Spanish people
  • A passion to mentor local media volunteers and disciple new believers in an evangelistic-oriented radio ministry while living on Spain’s Costa del Sol
  • High fluency in Spanish
  • A desire to build collaboration with local churches and ex-pat mission organisations to reach an underserved and unreached part of Spain
  • An interest in combining traditional radio with social/digital media outreach
  • The readiness and capability to go to the mission field within 1 year
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two
  • And are you in agreement with our Statement of Faith
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

We are looking for a Christian Radio Station Manager for Radio Vida FM, located in La Línea de la Concepción, on the southern coast of Spain. The station is located in a region characterised as having the poorest economy and highest unemployment rates in Spain, along with the highest incidence of drug trafficking in Europe. The area also has a large community of immigrants. Local evangelical churches are small but eagerly reaching out, yet struggling to make an impact in this desperate and unreached part of Europe. We want to help them by using local FM radio combined with social media to help transform their community with the Gospel of Jesus.

Project Coordinator(Cape Town, South Africa)

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Application deadline: ongoing

Do you have:

  • A passion for enabling disciple-making among unreached people in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Dedication and self-motivation to organise and provide logistical support to multiple ministry projects
  • Attention to detail and organisational skills
  • Flexibility, servant leadership, humility, grit and a sense of humour
  • A willingness to work with local partners and on a multicultural team
  • Sensitivity to communicate and work in African contexts
  • Ability to navigate conflict in a healthy manner
  • The ability and desire to live and work as a mission worker in Cape Town, South Africa
  • The readiness and capability to go to the mission field within 1 year
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two
  • A commitment to serve at least 2-3 years in this position
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training
  • And are you in agreement with our Statement of Faith

We are looking for a Project Coordinator to manage and oversee all aspects of Reach Beyond projects with local media partners in Sub-Saharan Africa. This Project Coordinator will procure equipment and resources, create and maintain project documentation, monitor project progress, and coordinate activity with team members. The Project Coordinator will act as a point of contact to communicate project status to partners and suppliers, as well as mission communications and ministry development staff. This person will develop close relationships with Reach Beyond partners to make sure their needs are being met during the projects, and also periodically contact them afterwards to see how they are doing and gather feedback.

If you think this could be for you, please contact us so that we can talk further!

Help Desk Administrator(Colorado Springs, USA)

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Application deadline: ongoing

We are looking for a Help Desk Administrator to serve as the first point of contact between Reach Beyond staff and the IT Department. This person coordinates and prioritises helpdesk requests, completing all tickets that are appropriate to their skill set, and coordinates with other IT staff to ensure all support tickets are handled in a timely manner.

The Help Desk Administrator provides first level response for hardware and OS (Windows and MacOS) problems, MS Office, VoIP (phone) issues, password changes, VPN connections, Microsoft 365 questions (Email, Teams, etc.) and managing users in Active Directory and M365 (account creation, deletion and permissioning). This person is responsible for managing the printers and print server in the Reach Beyond Office, in Colorado Springs, USA, as well as hardware inventory and software licence compliance.

The Help Desk Administrator provides further mission-critical support by providing new users with IT orientation as well as training for existing users for new software roll-outs and/or updates. This person will also provide secondary support for networking, infrastructure, security and backups.

Do you have:

  • A passion for using your IT skills to help enable disciple-making among unreached people around the world
  • The ability to communicate technical information at a user’s level with sensitivity
  • Bachelor’s degree in an Information Technology related field preferred (prior IT experience and/or certification may be accepted in lieu of a degree)
  • Experience in the use of various operating systems (Windows Server and desktop, Mac OS, Linux)
  • Knowledge of Windows Server, DHCP, DNS, Remote Desktop Services, Active Directory, Microsoft 365, etc.
  • Working understanding of server virtualisation (presently using VMWare)
  • Working understanding of standard backup practices and software (presently using Veritas Backup Exec and Veeam)
  • Knowledge and experience with server file storage and permissioning
  • Experience with network hardware and infrastructure standards (wireless access points, switches, routers, firewalls, etc.)
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training
  • You are in agreement with our Statement of Faith

Media Professionals

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Application deadline: ongoing

We are looking for media professionals who want to use their skills to reach out with the love of God to those who are least reached with the gospel.

  • Work with partners to help plant local FM community radio stations
  • Develop the use of the internet and new technologies
  • Train local believers in media skills
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two
  • All candidates must be able to sign our Statement of Faith
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training

If you think this could be for you, please contact us so that we can talk further!

Community Development Professionals

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Application deadline: ongoing

We are looking for community development professionals who want to use their skills to reach out with the love of God to those who are least reached with the gospel.

  • Clean water projects
  • Sanitation
  • Fuel efficient heating and cooking
  • House insulation and construction methods
  • Alternative energy and other areas of technology
  • Provide training
  • Work in cross-cultural environments with partners
  • Learn a local language
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training
  • All candidates must be able to sign our Statement of Faith

If you think this could be for you, please contact us so that we can talk further!

Healthcare Professionals

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Application deadline: ongoing

We are looking for healthcare professionals who want to use their skills to reach out with the love of God to those who are least reached with the gospel.

  • Work in cross-cultural environments with partners
  • Learn a local language
  • Serve in, help develop, and even pioneer medical ministries including mobile caravans, clinics, hospitals, rehabilitation settings and work among refugees
  • Train, teach, mentor, coach and work alongside national medical staff
  • This is an unpaid position. You will be required to raise your own financial support, be self-funded, or use a combination of the two
  • Willingness to complete the minimum training
  • All candidates must be able to sign our Statement of Faith

If you think this could be for you, please contact us so that we can talk further!

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