Would you like to work abroad and combine your skills with socially relevant activities? The most important requirements are solidarity, commitment and a passion for working together in partnership. The following are also important:
As a Civil Peace Service development worker, you will work in conflict regions. Therefore, your core competencies will include empathy and resilience, a high level of social responsibility and strong communication skills. In addition, you need:
12 subsistence payments (and a prorated 13th) are based on your degree, experience, marital status, and your obligations to support your dependants. Other allowances will be considered on an individual basis.
Social insurance includes statutory pension, accident and unemployment insurance as well as health insurance for you and the dependants accompanying you.
In addition to statutory insurance, we also take out private insurance including professional and personal liability as well as accident insurance.
Individual seminars including language and safety courses ensure your personal development and effectively strengthen your work on location.
We bear the costs for medical examinations, the health check beforehand and vaccinations to ensure you are perfectly prepared for your assignment.
We bear the costs for rent and consumption. The pro-rata costs for furnishing your accommodation depend on the number of people living there.
AGIAMONDO Co-worker about their daily work and life in Cameroon
For 60 years, AGIAMONDO has been a reliable partner for development workers and a competent recruitment agency for a large number of church and other civil-society organisations in international development cooperation. As a state-recognised recruitment agency, we place qualified development workers from Germany and the European Union who follow Christian values in projects in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. Since its foundation in 1959 by Catholic associations and organisations, AGIAMONDO has been able to place more than 6,000 development workers in development projects.