Dominican Republic—Envision Site Associate
This team-based position is open to an individual or couple who will make a strong contribution through hosting short-term teams and individuals and providing relational outreach, hospitality, discipleship, and leadership development in a cross-cultural context.
Posted on March 9, 2016
- International worker–Vocational Track
- Responsible for raising own support
- Ordination not required
- Couple or single
Envision desires to see people Come Alive as they follow Jesus; as a site associate with our team in Santiago, the Dominican Republic, you will receive support to fulfill this calling. As a part of the team, this individual or couple is expected to make a strong contribution in hosting short-term teams and interns, with an emphasis in relational outreach, hospitality, discipleship, and leadership development. Working in this cross-cultural environment requires a strong missional calling, willingness to work on a team, flexibility, and a creative/innovative mindset.
- Ample proficiency in a specific vocation
- Study within field of expertise
- Completion of Alliance Polity course
- Completion of Missions Perspectives course
- Proficiency in area of ministry
- Successful completion of Bible knowledge exam
- Leadership skills and entrepreneurial spirit
- Heart for church advancement and planting
- Evangelism and discipleship experience
- Gifts and experience in hospitality and hosting large groups
- Host short-term teams/individuals as well as:
- Translating, scheduling, meal planning, work with nationals, transport/ chauffeuring, vision-casting, orientation, and mentoring interns
Timeline for Deployment:
Once appointed and fund-raising and other criteria are met
CIA World Factbook—Dominican Republic
Work and Living Environment:
This position is part of a team composed of multinational leaders, other Envision site staff, and Alliance national church leaders. Site associates and coordinators live in a developing country where the standard of living is below that in the United States. Specific housing options will be explored after appointment.
Status of Christian Witness:
The Joshua Project—The Dominican Republic
Language is an essential part of ministry. International workers will receive one year of Spanish language study in San José, Costa Rica, followed by tutoring or other language coaching in the Dominican Republic.
Expectations for Spouse:
If married, the spouse will partner fully in meeting this position’s required responsibilities.
Children’s Educational Plan and Options:
Site team will advise.
Once appointed, funds must be raised through the applicant’s network of friends and family, local church, or other resources. Cost information will be made available upon application.
The C&MA is an evangelical denomination committed to planting churches both in the United States and internationally. Due to the nature of this ministry opportunity, part of the required qualifications include being healthy in all aspects of life. As you move forward in the consideration process for appointment, these will be assessed.
Applicants should be aware that serving in the international world often requires a higher degree of grace and flexibility. For example, overseas teams can be suddenly and unexpectedly impacted by illness, government decisions, financial realities, team changes, or other factors beyond the team’s control. The challenge for applicants is that these factors can sometimes necessitate the sudden redefining of a position, which may take place before, during, or after the application/interview process has begun or is completed.
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