The director/coordinator would lead a year-round outreach to internationals that spans two locales and target groups-undergraduate students in Va. Beach, Virginia along with the graduate students reached by the Global Student Fellowship/Global Friendship House at Old Dominion University in neighboring Norfolk, Va. The director/coordinator would need to have personal ministry skills to model evangelism and discipleship among internationals. He or she would also need organizational leadership skills, mentoring skills, and entrepreneurial skills to cast vision and recruit workers as volunteers among local churches. This is a complex ministry opportunity with far-reaching implications for the Kingdom. In order to understand it fully, a Skype call would be optimal.
At least a bachelor’s degree in relevant major preferred-such as Bible, Spiritual formation, Missions, etc. Other majors are also welcome: International Studies, Psychology/counseling, world history, business, organizational studies, leadership studies, TESOL, etc. Experience preferred in areas of history of lifestyle evangelism and discipleship, in church planting and/or ESL teaching. This job draws on campus ministry resources and staff, local church resources, and staff and university staff so an individual’s gifting along with their personality and ability to work well with people and work cooperatively with teams and organizations will be vital.