Administrative assistant in Mozambique

Could you use your administrative skills to support AIM’s work seeking to equip local believers to share the Gospel among the unreached in Mozambique?


Beira is one of the largest cities in Mozambique after the capitol, Maputo. AIM has worked in Mozambique since the late 1980s focusing on discipleship, theological education and church planting in the unreached north. There are growing churches in central Mozambique so AIM’s focus has shifted to envisioning and equipping the church for mission. 

Vision & Strategy

Through providing quality administrative help to the AIM Unit leader and the wider AIM community your work will strengthen, encouraged and enable gospel work throughout Mozambique. AIM seeks to enable local believers in the areas of evangelism, discipleship and to develop Bible based leaders. 

Ministry and type of work

The AIM unit leader is based in Beira and desperately needs administrative help to:

  • Maintain financial records of AIM-Mozambique   
  • Support missionaries in the area of finances
  • General office work 

As the administrative role would not be full time you would be expected to get involved in a local church and actively disciple and mobilize others for discipleship and missions. A part time teaching assignment at the AIM Bible college (called IBS) could be a possibility. 

Qualifications & Experience

Appropriate experience in keeping cash sheets and other general office work 
Ability and love to work correctly with numbers; money and people who have a hard time with both 
Flexible; patient and loving to deal with the various administrative needs of the mission and its members in Mozambique 


Yes, you must be a born-again Christian with an active and growing relationship with Jesus Christ and agree with AIM's statement of faith. AIM is an evangelical Christian mission agency. We work in partnership with the African church to reach Africa's unreached peoples with the good news of Jesus Christ, and to develop leaders for the fast-growing church.

Yes. The Bible makes it clear that the church sends missionaries (e.g. Acts 13) and has an ongoing pastoral responsibility for them. As much as AIM is a key partner in the process and facilitates ministry in Africa, we will not accept into membership anyone who does not have a positive recommendation and support from their church. AIM will discuss your application with your church leaders – after all they know you better than we do – as together we seek to discern that this is God’s calling for you.

Listen to Tim Matthews, one of our Mission Advisors, talking about the churches role in sending missionaries:

A number of pastors also share their thoughts in these clips:

The easiest way is to fill out the contact us form on our website. Once we receive that form, we’ll be in touch to arrange a time to discuss together how the Lord is leading you.

Mark Phippen

Good member care can make the difference between flourishing and merely coping on the mission field, between retiring strong and retiring bitter or disillusioned, between a whole career and a single term. And it can make the difference between another generation following in our footsteps or taking one look at missions and deciding it’s just too costly a path.

Interested? Get in Touch

Hi, my name is Debbie. If this opportunity interests you, or you have any questions, please do get in touch.​

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Long term ( Over a year )

Our passion is to see Christ-centred churches among all African peoples. Currently there are over 1,000 people groups in Africa or 316 million people, who are waiting to hear the good news of Jesus Christ. Our vision is to engage with these unreached people, partner with churches in Africa to raise up gospel workers and equip African church leaders to strengthen the church. Could you play a part?. LEARN MORE


Since independence from Portugal in 1975 Mozambique was battered by civil war, economic woes and famine. Since peace in 1992 though, the country has developed one of the world’s fastest growing economies. Many are still unreached with the gospel and 17% of the country practice Islam. LEARN MORE

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