Opportunity

Logistics and Hospitality Coordinator

The Position

We have an urgent need for this position beginning in May 2019. This position could be filled by a series of short-term (1-2 years) missionaries or long-term/career missionaries. The Southern hospital and ministry campus needs a logistics and hospitality coordinator. The hospital hosts many visiting medical professionals, construction workers, and missionaries of many sorts; both individuals and large groups. We need a highly organized and culturally sensitive person to work with guesthouse staff and missionaries to ensure that visitors are well taken care of.

1. Acts as a point of contact for guests (send orientation and arrival documents, receive flight itineraries, arrange in-country travel, communicate regarding luggage space and items for long-term missionaries, etc)

2. Welcomes and receives guests upon their arrival in Tsiko.

3. Assists departing guests through the check-out form and receive the room key.

The Need

Togo is a small West African country, home to just over eight million people who make up at least 46 unique people groups, including many that are unreached with the saving knowledge of the gospel. Despite the prominent population of Christians (45%) and growth in followers of Islam (16%), over half of the Togolese syncretize native animistic practices and beliefs with their primary religion. Help is needed to advance the gospel, particularly among the younger generation.

Ministry opportunities in Togo have grown tremendously, and have even created a platform for outreach into neighboring countries. Whether through healthcare, education, providing Christian resources through print media and radio, or working with the growing local church to equip the next generation of national believers, there is an place for every missional skill set. Is God leading you to join us in ministry to the people of Togo?

The Impact

Your administration and accounting skills can help us reach more people with the gospel. When you think of the mission field, we’re sure that you’re more likely to think of preaching and rural villages than filing cabinets and accounting software. But at ABWE, we know that there is a place on the mission field for every person and every skill. From our hospitals and Christian schools to our camps and business ministries, our life-changing ministries need your organizational skills and support.

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