Personal Assistant to the Field Leader: Central Asia

Field Vision: We want to see vibrant communities of Jesus Followers among the least reached.

Responsible to: Field Leader (and Field Leadership Team)
Department Vision:
To lead the Tajikistan field in devotion to God extending leadership through the WACA regional / field and country leaders.
Position Goal:
To see the Field Leader successful in providing leadership to OM Tajikistan.


  • Start Date: As soon as possible
  • Commitment Length: 1-2 Years (full time)
  • Priority: Medium


  • Continual personal growth and development.

o Have a leadership mentor.
o Participate actively in assigned training.
o Learn the local language of the context in which you live (at least 5 hours / week).

  • Exemplary and effective personal ministry – both in a project context (if appropriate) and beyond.

Practical ministry engagement

  • Ongoing study of missiological content like: Team life, Missions motivation, Islam, evangelism to Muslims, CP strategies in Muslim contexts, holistic ministry to Muslims etc.
  • Share life with three Muslims in an effective discipleship and live-giving way. Spend (at least 10 hours / week with Muslims).
  • Produce appropriate material to teach the younger generation what you have learnt. (2 hour / week)

Administrative tasks

  • To support the Field Leader in communication.

o Office communication
o Ensure regular and sensitive communication of field team prayer need to the team.
o Support meeting preparations (agendas, reports) for the Team leaders and field officers with excellence.


  • Make Tajikistan guests sense a warm welcome and support.
  • Ensure that WACA office logistics are done with joy and completed with excellence and on time.


  • To build and maintain a SharePoint archive and field folder system.
  • To build and maintain the SharePoint Field calendar and messages (WhatsApp)
  • Support the FLT in networking as necessary, mutually agreed and sensitive to capacity.

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