Mass Job Recruitment Ongoing At Evangelical Presbyterian Church

Mass Job Recruitment Ongoing At Evangelical Presbyterian Church

The Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Ghana is looking for dynamic, well-organized, qualified result-oriented and Practicing Christians for the below vacancies:

AVAILABLE POSITIONS:

1 . Accounts Officer 

  • Knowledge, experience and relevant skills set
  • Be committed to meeting deadlines

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2 . HR and Admin Officer 

  • Familiar with Human Resource functions
  • Be computer literate with good knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint

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3 . Secretary 

  • Professionally welcome, greet visitors and direct them to the appropriate offices or individuals
  • Answer telephones and respond to inquiries via telephone or email
 

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4 . Financial Accountant 

  • Supervise the accounts team in the discharge of their duties
  • Drive the budget preparation and compilation process

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5 . General Laborers

  • To take up manual labor tasks and support operations at the Church Headquarters.
  • To weed, collect trash, debris and other waste to keep the Headquarters environment clean and safe.

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APPLICATION PROCESS (Mass Job Recruitment Ongoing At Evangelical Presbyterian Church)

Interested applicants should click on any of the above positions to read more and apply.

CLOSING DATE : October 22, 2021.

ABOUT US

The Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Ghana is a mainline Protestant Christian denomination in Ghana. It is popularly referred to as the “EP Church”. It has strong roots in the Evangelical and Reformed traditions. The denomination’s Presbyterian sister church is the Presbyterian Church of Ghana.

The Evangelical Presbyterian Church Ghana was founded by German missionaries on 14 November 1847 in Peki. These missionaries from the North German Mission Society (Norddeutsche Mission, Bremen), together with the Basel Mission in 1847, started work among the Ewe people in what is now the Volta Region of Ghana. By the beginning of World War I, they had established two mission stations in the British colony of the Gold Coast and seven in the German territory of Togoland. The first of the mission stations was (Mission-Tove) in present-day Togo.

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