|Organisation:||Tools with a Mission|
Country Coordinator is a fantastic role for people who want to be right at the heart of all that TWAM does. This role directly works with our in-country teams and the recipients of our tools.
You will help process all the applications that are received via our online application form and help make the crucial decisions over who we can and cannot support.
You will have the opportunity to go overseas and visit the projects and people you have worked with to supply them with tools. For many of our Country Coordinators, this has proved a life-changing experience.
The charitable work of Tools with a Mission is to collect unwanted tools, refurbish them, sort them into trade kits and send them across the world for livelihood creation. We send around 20 containers filled with over 300 tonnes of tools every year. To do this we rely on a national volunteer workforce and welcome people of all ages and abilities and of any faith and no faith.
We do this because we want to support local people supporting their own communities through sustainable livelihood creating projects. We believe there is dignity through work and the ability to provide for yourself and your family. We believe entire communities can be transformed through training and the provision of tool kits and equipment.
You will be somebody wanting to understand, appreciate, and immerse yourself in the culture of
another country. You will need to be comfortable communicating with deeply religious, mainly Christian,
people. You will be willing to learn the challenges of extreme poverty and embrace the dignity of skills
training and tools.
This role is for you if you are determined to make a difference to the lives of people living in extreme
poverty. You will be touched by the stories of hardship you hear and inspired by the difference the tools you
send truly make and how they transform those stories.
You will change entire communities for the better.
That’s the difference you will make.
|Restrictions:||No under 18|
Application form, Informal discussion, References