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Location: Haiti

Haiti: Network Engineers/ Technicians


Two couples or two singles are needed to serve as engineers/technicians at the Radio Lumière Network in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Responsibilities will include performing routine maintenance on electrical and mechanical equipment, conducting performance testing on broadcast and studio equipment, installing equipment, assisting with basic upkeep of the facilities, and helping with on-the-job training of other engineers and technicians. Other duties may include overhauling used equipment and designing/constructing custom-built equipment.


Applicants must have a degree in electrical/electronic engineering or electronics training from a recognized technical school and preferably at least one year of formal Bible training. They must also have two years’ experience in industrial electronics, two-way radio communications, or a similar field or one year experience in radio or TV broadcasting. Language Requirement Engineers will need to learn Haitian Creole, and a background in French is helpful.

Length of Service
  • Long-term: two or more years
Ministry Description

Radio Lumière (French for “light”) was founded on February 20, 1959, by West Indies Mission (now World Team). As the country’s main Protestant radio station, Radio Lumière is known as the voice of the Protestant church in Haiti and covers much of the country with Christian broadcasting. The Radio Lumière Network has nine stations with the main station, studios, and a television station located in Port-au-Prince.

Quick Facts
  • The station airs from 4:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. seven days a week. At any one time,  Radio Lumière’s audience varies from several thousand to more than one million  listeners.
  • The programming is Christian and family oriented with a strong emphasis on  evangelism and Christian training. The network also provides educational  broadcasting, Christian music and entertainment, a complete news service, and a personal announcement program in which Haitians use the station to send messages to family and friends in rural areas who do not have telephones.
  • The radio is a powerful tool for evangelism, often reaching into homes the church  cannot reach. For instance, it is not unusual for a witch doctor to be converted as a result of the radio’s ministry. Radio Lumière also plays an important role in encouraging, training, and discipling Christians as the church in Haiti is growing very rapidly and there are not enough trained pastors to disciple each new convert.

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