CCIH is hiring a Conference and Membership Coordinator!
This position plays a critical role in the work of CCIH by coordinating two major functions: membership relations and our annual conference. In both cases, this position is a key part of a team that includes team leaders responsible for CCIH’s overall Operations and for Programs and contributes to key outcomes including: Increasing global engagement in CCIH membership, increasing paid up membership, and global engagement in and satisfaction with the CCIH Conference. Learn more and how to apply
American Leprosy Missions is hiring a Program Finance Manager. More
CURE International is hiring for the following positions:
Manager of Monitoring and Evaluation More
Other positions at CURE include:
- Director of Nursing (Network wide)
- Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon-(Zambia)
- Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon (Kenya and Niger)
- Anesthesiologist (Kenya)
Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University is seeking a qualified, local DRC research firm to conduct data collector training and collection, management, basic frequency analysis, and report writing for the Transforming Masculinities / Masculinité, Famille, et Foi endline study. View the full scope of work and instructions for applying here.
Medical Teams International is hiring the following positions:
- Vice President of Shared Services (Finances, Human Resources, Information Technology) More
- Director of Humanitarian Response, Tigard, Oregon, USA More
- Senior Program Manager, Humanitarian Response More
- Program Director, Coxs Bazaar, Bangladesh (Contractor) More
- Director of Technology and Information Systems, Tigard, Oregon, USA More
Samaritan’s Purse is hiring the following positions:
Augustine Fellowship for Developing Country Professionals
In honor of Augustine Aiyadurai, American Leprosy Missions and CCIH have established the Augustine Fellowship. Each year at least one experienced, service-minded Christian from the developing world will be awarded a fellowship grant. The fellow, who works in a non-medical capacity at a health institution or hospital, NGO, mission or FBO, university or similar level post-secondary institute, will serve in a similar role in another country for a temporary period (up to six months). Applicants may apply for service in their own country of service provided compelling reasons are cited and all other criteria are met. Learn more and how to apply
Board Certified Family Medicine Physician Dr. Tricia Labuda Bhat has served in short-term missions and provides ongoing support to those serving internationally. She has over 15 years experience in improving health care delivery in diverse settings including inpatient and outpatient rural and urban underserved U.S. family medicine residencies and labor units. Tricia offers a service to support physicians by conducting high-yield purposeful site visits two times per year, meet via remote connection with team players, communicating status updates weekly, responding to consulting needs, questions, feedback and updates, and join your team of prayer warriors. Contact Tricia Bhat to learn more at tricsun.bhat [at] gmail.com
Phyllis Joy Mukaire, MA, PhD (Dissertation Stage) has been working in community health and development since 1985. From 2003 to 2015, Joy consulted to the World Bank on monitoring and evaluation of national and regional programs. She has also provided consulting to USAID Uganda’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Project, UN Women, AMREF, UNDP, UNAIDS and UNFPA. She served as Executive Director of the Christian Health Association of Sudan from 2007 to 2014. Joy has expertise in developing national health and development strategies, communication and advocacy, capacity building, health systems strengthening and other sills necessary to develop and manage high-impact development projects and health systems.
Joy is interested in finding short-term work as a consultant or long-term assignments providing technical support. Contact her at mukairejoy [at] gmail.com
Lucy Watani Simiyu, MPH is seeking employment as a public health professional. Lucy earned her MPH with a specialization in Health Promotion from National University and successfully completed an internship at Osnabruck University of Applied Sciences, Germany completing a semester study abroad program in Global Management. She holds a Bachelors degree in Biblical Counselling from the College of Biblical Studies in Houston, Texas and an Associate’s Degree in Nursing from Fairfax School of Nursing and was recognized as the Outstanding Nurse of the Year in 2005. She is seeking positions enabling her to promote strategies in Public Health and contribute to the health of communities in collaboration with faith-based organizations. Contact Lucy at wanyonyi.lucy [at] yahoo.com