Do you enjoy working in an international context and are you interested in intercultural issues? Become part of our team and help us organize an event in Thailand in 2025.

Event assistant (d/m/w) wanted for major event

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) are an ecclesiastical corporation under public law in Germany. Our office is located in Hanover.

You will help coordinate our internationally-attended General Council in Chang Mai, Thailand, which will take place in October 2025, beginning at the next available date in the WCRC office.

You will work closely with the multinational team of the office and report directly to the Interim General Secretary and the Coordinator of the General Council.

In addition to your commitment, you will have:

  • An education/degree (e.g. FH) with contact to the event sector;
  • Internships or professional experience in event management;
  • A proactive approach to supporting those responsible with secretarial tasks and database support;
  • Diligence and prudence in managing and coordinating appointments;
  • Diligence in organizing travel and supporting participants from member churches to meet Thailand’s entry requirements;
  • Prudence in managing the available financial budget by assisting in the planning, monitoring and accounting of financial services;
  • Enjoy working independently in an international team;
  • Empathy for Christian values based on the evangelical church and commitment to the goals of WCRC.

We offer you:

  • a salary in accordance with pay group 8 DVO/EKD based on the TVöD/Bund;
  • a fixed-term employment contract until 31.12.2025 with 100% employment (average 39 hours per week);
  • Participation as a team member in the General Assembly in Thailand;
  • 30 days vacation;
  • an attractive location in the center of Hanover, the capital of Lower Saxony;
  • flexible working hours within flexitime;
  • mobile working by arrangement;
  • a varied job and a good working atmosphere.

We welcome applications from people of all nationalities. German and English language skills (at least level B 2) are required.

Contact us

If you have any questions, please contact Phil Tanis (

Please send your application by 31 May 2024 by email to: