Thursday, October 30, 2008

Job opening in Kenya - Friends Theological College Kaimosi

Friends United Meeting

Global Ministries: Faith in Action Opportunity

  • Do you want to do your part to "take away the occasion for war?"
  • Are you an active member of a Quaker Meeting or Friends Church?
  • Do you have skills, experience or knowledge to share?
  • Are you prepared to change your perspective on life and accept challenges?

Then perhaps God is calling you to serve among Friends in East Africa:

Principal, Friends Theological College - Kaimosi, Kenya

Chief Administrative Executive at Quaker college for training pastoral leaders in East Africa, located in historic Kaimosi Friends Mission of western Kenya. Appointed as missionary Field Staff by Friends United Meeting, reports to college Board of Governors and FUM General Secretary. Responsible for managing all academic, financial and personnel matters at the college. Includes academic and non-academic operations; admissions, bursar and registrar functions; maintenance and development of physical plant and farm. Major goals will include securing full accreditation and construction of new administration building and library. Requirements include minimum master's degree in theology or related field, minimum five years of administrative experience, and excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills. Prefer doctorate in theology or related field. Pastoral ministry, cross-cultural and fundraising experience helpful. Quaker applicants encouraged.

For more information or to express interest, call or email Terri Johns at FUM.
Deadline for applications: December 15, 2008.
Targeted appointment by February 2009.

> Learn more about Friends Theological College - Kaimosi

> Learn more about Friends United Meeting's Global Ministries

> Download FUM's Personal Information Form and/or Application for Employment form

Friends United Meeting
101 Quaker Hill Drive
Richmond IN
Phone (765) 962-7573
Fax (765) 966-1293

> General resources for those considering cross-cultural ministry or missionary work.

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