Santiago is located in the region of Galicia, the home of a distinct people, language, and geography that come together to create a unique culture. Santiago is the seat of the regional government, the home to an influential university, and a significant incubator of arts and culture. For centuries, Santiago has been the destination of people walking the Camino de Santiago searching for answers, connection, and hope.
Our work is Integrated Community Transformation in the heart of Santiago. We long to experience the Kingdom of God in our everyday lives, on earth as it is in heaven. We do this by joining others in their work and investing in what God has already created them to do so they can share it with others. Engage in community development alongside our local non-profit where we seek to care well for our neighbor’s mental, physical, and spiritual health. We are sustainably integrating work with community impact so that the body of Christ can live out the way of Jesus alongside others.
Goers in this position will create workshops that bring together local needs with local assets to care for mental, physical, and spiritual needs. The Workshop Facilitator will be responsible for leading or facilitating various workshops tailored to address the specific needs of multiple people groups within the community. In addition, as workshops are a foundational part of the mission and vision of APOTHECA, it will be vital to ensure the alignment of these workshops with not only the welfare of individuals but of the community as well. Be a creator of space and time for people to experience the loving presence of God and the joy of loving their neighbor. The Workshop Facilitator will build workshops that bring together local needs with local assets to care for mental, physical, and spiritual needs.
Oversee workshop spaces within the building, ensuring everything meets standards.
Oversee the booking and execution of events
Able to act quickly to solve problems.
Collaborate with local event personnel
Build and manage short-term vision teams to witness transformation within the community of Santiago and themselves
Manage event calendar
Understand the day-to-day operations and events thoroughly within the group
Handle and help build budgets for various initiatives as well as assess an event's overall success and submit findings
Strong administrative and communication skills
Able to multitask
Both well-organized and flexible
Have or complete B2 Level Spanish