Open Doors started in 1955, with one man driving a Beetle full of illegal Bibles to Eastern Europe to support persecuted Christians. Brother Andrew felt God calling him to 'Strengthen what remains' (Revelation 3:2) - could God be calling you to do the same?
Today, Open Doors supports persecuted Christians in over 60 countries, and as their needs grow, we need passionate, talented people to help us. Come and use your skills to strengthen the persecuted church, and we'll give you the support and training you need to flourish.
Please do keep an eye on this website as other job roles will become available. We would really encourage you to keep looking because, if you meet the essential criteria, then we welcome your application. If we’re recruiting for a job that you’re interested in, go for it and apply! God may be calling you here and we need talented people like you.
We are unable to keep CVs and details on file so please don’t apply unless you are applying for a specific job that we are recruiting for.
Or perhaps you could become one of our talented team of volunteers? It is possible to volunteer with just a few hours of your time and it’s incredibly rewarding. Look here for an insight into what you could experience as a volunteer For more information, contact our Inspire Team on 01993 460015 or email email@example.com
Please note that we can only accept applications from UK or Irish nationals, from candidates who have an ILR (indefinite leave to remain) or other permissions granting the right to work in the UK (including EU Settlement Scheme, EUSS). As we are not registered sponsors under the UK government sponsorship scheme for workers, we are unfortunately unable to help with visa applications.
Open Doors requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
“God has been using all of the events and experiences of our lives to prepare us for the kind of service he's calling us to now.” Brother Andrew
Your support helps persecuted Christians continue to courageously follow Jesus.
Together, we can reach those where persecution hits hardest.