Child Mentor

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Child Mentor :


  • BULAWAYO
  • Contractor

Job Summary

The position of a Child Mentor exists to promote the Spiritual Ministry of CURE Children’s Hospital of Zimbabwe. The main duty of the incumbent is counselling of children. This responsibility entails creating and maintaining a child friendly environment for both caregivers and children. The Mentor ‘s position brings value to the organisation by promoting a Christian culture among coworkers, the children, their parents/guardians and the wider community.

Duties and Responsibilities

? Counselling of children
? Praying with the children
? Forming mentoring relationships with the children
? Creating a child friendly environment for the children and caregivers
? Reading and narrating Bible stories.
? Creating and maintaining a safe, clean environment for the children.
? Promote a Christian culture within the playroom and playground through videos, movies, games and songs
? Be able to share the gospel with the children using materials that appeal to them
? Compilation of weekly and monthly reports.
? Be an active participant in the spiritual life of the Hospital

Qualifications and Experience

? Diploma in Education, Christian Ministry / or equivalent
? Previous experience in a similar position.
? Ability to manage multiple tasks within given time frame.
? Candidates to attach a Character reference letter .

How to Apply

CV's to be sent to [email protected]

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