Worldwide Vacancies & Mission Opportunities
Below you will find details of Job and Mission opportunities, both long and short term outside of the UK.
Click on the following links for available Vacancies. Also check the Christian Veterinary Mission website for vacancies/opportunities.
One vet (Small Animal) or a couple for anything from 1 week to 1 month to help with surgical sterilisation cases at the USPCA in Uganda. The procedures required are mostly canine spays, though some canine castrations and feline spays and castrations. There will also be a vet student training option – presentations on your area of expertise such as dentistry, orthopedics, etc. These pets are waiting for these surgeries (since the surgeon resigned) and cannot be placed in new homes until they happen.
The Veterinarian Project Manager will be responsible for overall coordination and management of the Samaritan's Purse (SP) Livestock projects throughout Niger, both financial and programmatic. The manager will support and train field-level project staff in implementing existing activities while also providing monitoring and evaluation tools to assess progress against agreed objectives. The manager will also identify areas and opportunities for development of new Livestock related projects.
The Veterinarian will be responsible for regular program reporting to the Country Office and donors and must ensure effective coordination of project activities with the relevant National Government departments. He/she will be based in Niamey but may travel up to 50% of the time to SP field sites.
More information can be found on the following link http://careers.samaritanspurse.org/veterinarian-project-manager-niger-2164/job/4518421
Christian Veterinary Mission has a unique opportunity available for you to make a long-term impact through a short-term mission trip to Mongolia! Veterinarians, vet students and vet technicians – along with other non-vet team members – are serving through CVM in Mongolia through short-term trip teams that combine the team members' veterinary skills- along with their faith - in a sustainable, community outreach, church-planting movement through Vet Net Mongolia that is changing the lives of Mongolians.
Several VCF members regularly go on these trips
"All my hopes and expectations for this trip were met and exceeded. I was well prepared by my team leader before arriving in Mongolia and had all the training tools and devotions ready and was able to use them all effectively. I developed close relationships with our Mongolian team and treasured our time together. I will continue to pray for God's blessing on Mongolia and for all Mongolians to know our Lord!" - CVM Mongolia Short-Term Trip Member, 2012
This powerful ministry has had such a positive impact that some of our CVM short-term volunteers have gone back to serve in Mongolia over 15 times!
Consider how you might use your gifts and abilities to serve in Mongolia through CVM. Trips are available year round, last in length from approximately 14 – 21 days, and cost an estimated $3500 - $4500.
Current opportunities include:
- Opportunities to teach in the City (Large and Small Animal Veterinary Training at the University)
- Small Animal Clinic in the City
- Rural Veterinary Training (mostly Large Animal)
- Non-Veterinary Work and Ministry in the City
"Nothing makes me more sad than to have a dog or a cat on the table and not know what to do." I could hear the frustration in his voice. My brother, a Christian vet in Ghana urged us to please send them long and short term vets who could train them further—continuing education.
- Train veterinarians in clinical practice or anything you feel comfortable teaching! Share the love of Christ by loving your neighbours as yourself.
- Encourage the Ghanian Christian Vet Fellowship, challenge them to missions, pray together, fellowship. I promise you, the blessing goes both ways.
- Student discipleship: Mentor students in the vet school in their Christian walk; they would be delighted for your input, just like you would have been back in vet school.
- Teach a course at the vet school—which can include clinical practice tips or other subject matter. Even better, bring the equipment for the course and leave it behind so they can use it to teach others!
Dates: Their school year is from January to June, and again from September to December. When can you come? Aim for two weeks. Even pray about bringing a team! For starters, I'm suggesting June 1 – 15, and September 16 – 30. But dates can be very flexible.
Cost: Get your visa and fly to Accra. Costs is only $950 for two weeks. Any tourism you book, or souvenirs or equipment or materials—as God leads you.
Christian Vets to work in Nigera (with Mission Africa)
Mission Africa is seeking to expand our ministry to the Fulani, a rugged cattle herding people found across West and Central Africa. The Fulani are one of the largest unreached people groups in the world.
We are seeking Christian vets (both short and long term placements) to work in Nigeria amongst the Fulani. Veterinary work offers an immediate entry into Fulani society, where cattle are most highly prized.
Working alongside experienced local evangelists, you would be building friendships and showing the practical love of Christ to a tremendously needy people.
Are you ready to join us in bringing the Gospel to the Fulani?
Mission Africa (The Qua Iboe Fellowship) has been serving the peoples of West Africa since 1887. For more information on Mission Africa, visit: www.missionafrica.org.uk
Placed online 18/04/08
WEC International is one of the largest UK based mission agencies, with workers in over 70 countries. We currently have openings for Veterinary workers in Asia and Chad. Both posts are in rural settings working among nomadic peoples. The applicant would be part of a larger team, working together to see hearts and lives impacted with the gospel and a local church established. Both posts are unsalaried, as all WEC workers seek God for their personal support.