Spain – Administrative Support

The Administrative Support position is a multifaceted role. The primary function is to support the church planting team, ensuring that it can operate effectively, thereby allowing other team members to focus on their areas of gifting and calling.

As part of a holistic church planting team, this position will support missionaries using skills in organizing, planning, fiscal management, and executing other administrative and logistical functions. In addition, the Administrative Support worker will spearhead the residency process and function as a liaison between the Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities in Spain and the field members. The ability to multitask and manage time well is essential.

This position allows participation in other ministry areas of interest on the church planting team.

Strong organizational, administrative, and people skills are essential. The Administrative Support role must have the capacity to work effectively with a wide variety of workers and organizations. Cross-cultural experience is beneficial, along with a passion for reaching the unreached.

Ideal candidate competencies include:

  • Mature Christian: Displays Christ-like character that demonstrates the gospel with a humble spirit and a listening heart
  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to multitask and manage multiple processes, including administrative tasks, planning, and the tracking and reporting of data and information in a timely fashion
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • 3-5 years’ experience or training in an administrative role
  • Will need to learn Spanish to a proficient level

The Administrative Support worker is responsible for:

  • Creating and maintaining various records and reports, with the ability to meet deadlines.
  • Helping to maintain the team budget and implement project plans. This would involve taking on the role of treasurer of World Team Spain.
  • Utilizing strong administrative skills, including fiscal management, planning, organizing, scheduling, and coordination of meetings and events.
  • Performing general clerical duties as assigned.