Chosen Children of Promise

Chosen Children of Promise (CCP) is a Christian - based non - governmental organization that helps people in poverty situations by empowering them with services and training that focus on their spiritual and physical needs. CCP seeks to recruit:

1. Children’s Coordinator

Personal skills

  • Interact effectively and respectfully with others Communication skills, verbal and written
  • Be reliable and dependable
  • Time management and time awareness – setting of priorities
  • Trainable, flexible and willing to learn
  • Be organized, including the maintaining of clear and accurate records on a timely basis
  • Problem solving skills, able to assess a problem and make wise recommendations
  • Reflect upon and evaluate own performance for improvement
  • Self-Motivated with a high work ethic
  • Computer skills in typing, MS Word, MS Excel
  • Be a person of integrity; trustworthy and honest (core value – Integrity)
  • Demonstrate quality leadership skills (core value – Value people)
  • Be cooperative as a team member, a team player (core value – Unity)
  • Maintenance of a positive attitude, proactive in approaching tasks (core value – Positive Attitude)
  • Encourager, working for the success of others (core value – Empowerment)
  • Being ‘Christ like’ (core values – Evangelism & Discipleship) Be respectful of private personal or confidential items (core value – Confidentially)


  • Be a born again Christian
  • Training in Christian Children’s Ministry (Theological training – added advantage)
  • Practical experience in Christian Children’s Ministry (ages 4-12)
  • Be passionate for Child Evangelism and Discipleship
  • Ability to organize and manage all Children’s programs including but not limited to bible clubs
  • Willing to work in slums
  • Ability to build good relationships with the children and their families
  • Committed to a Bible believing church
  • Ability to teach children and train other staff
  • Ability to network with local churches and similar organizations
  • Committed to promoting and safeguarding children's welfare
  • Proactive in approaching tasks
  • Interact and communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with adults, children, colleagues, and other professionals

    Indicate,"Attention: Children’s Coordinaton" on the subject line and send application to: jobs{at}

    Application deadline: 18 November

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