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Individuals in CCIH Network Seeking Opportunities
CCIH maintains a list of individuals in the CCIH network who are seeking opportunities for the convenience of employers seeking applicants.

Job Search Assistance

  • Job & Internship Searches in International Public Health & Development | view
  • Organizations that Employ International Health Professionals | view
  • International Medical Relief Trip Schedule 2013 | view
  • Third Sector - One of the UK's leading industry magazines that covers the voluntary sector and hosts a job board that lists a large number of voluntary and charity opportunities. 

If you are a CCIH member or affiliate organization and would like to post employment/intern/volunteer opportunities here, please email Kathy Erb at CCIH
Employment Opportunities in the CCIH Network
American Leprosy Missions
Clinical Expert in Leprosy 
The position will be seconded to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) to provide support to its Regional Leprosy Program by strengthening technical cooperation with National/Ministry of Health Programs. The Clinical Expert in Leprosy will provide advice to National Leprosy Progams on subjects related to clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment of leprosy cases; diagnosis and treatment of leprosy reactions; assessment of disability; and morbidity management adn prevention of disabilities. Learn more and apply
LifeNet International
LifeNet International has the following positions. View more information and how to apply  
Communications Officer
This U.S.-based position supports the U.S. Director and Development Officer by producing written content for every stage of grant acquisition and management. Annual report and general donor updates also fall under his/her purview. Responsibilities include some limited graphic design, website maintenance, and new media presence.
Development Officer
Also U.S.-based, this employee will work remotely to expand LifeNet’s funding base. The position reports to the Executive Director and works closely with the U.S. Director. The ideal candidate has a strong sales profile, high EQ and drive, and is balanced with attention to detail and discipline working at distance. Requires extensive domestic travel.  
Medical Director
Responsible for curriculum development and training-of-trainers. The ideal candidate is a APN, PA, or NP with teaching and curriculum development experience in Africa. RNs with teaching experience will be considered as well. International candidates with equivalent certifications are welcome to apply. Program administration and management experience preferred. Post requires a two-year commitment. Post is located in Burundi with potential for regional responsibilities for coaching national medical program directors as LifeNet expands.
New Business Development Officer
This position works from HQ in Burundi, establishing relationships with other development organizations and universities with the aim of forming consortia to bid for bilateral and multilateral grants and contracts (USAID, ECHO, etc). Reports to Executive Director. Global, European, and African foundations and donors will also be in the caseload.
Medical Teams International
Medical Teams International has the following positions available. | View more information and how to apply
Asia Health Advisor, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Develop and guide effective implementation of high-quality health projects by technically advising and training/facilitating program development, reporting and evaluation of MTI's health project portfolio in Asia.
Capacity Building Advisor, Tigard, OR, USA
Provide leadership and technical guidance to develop and increase the impact of MTI training competency. 
Emergency Health Advisor, Tigard, OR, USA
Advises on strategic direction and technical quality of MTI's relief and transitional programming.
Salvation Army World Service Office
Technical Advisor, Disaster Relief & Recovery
This position provides technical leadership in the specific sector of disaster relief and recovery focusing primarily on facilitating the transition from disaster relief to recovery by coordinating the hand-over of project oversight from IES to the SAWSO program team. Some responsibilities include: provides a range of strategic advisory, capacity-building and resource development assistance to The Salvation Army territories; designs and implements recovery programs, strategies, systems, processes, workshops and curricula; conducts territorial training in recovery programs (including strategic self-assessments and faith-based facilitation), recovery program management and technical subjects; and provides general assistance to Salvation Army field offices. Learn more and apply
Women of Hope International
Director of Development
The Director of Development will spearhead development efforts as Women of Hope International continues to grow. As a new position in the organization, the director will have the opportunity to build the development function of the organization from the ground up. The successful candidate will be able to forge new ground through innovation and creative strategies within the role, especially as it relates to the overall mission of the organization. The director will oversee one staff member specializing in donor relations and will work with other staff members for grant writing and other proposal options. Learn more and apply
World Relief
Health Advisor, Health and Social Development Team, Baltimore, MD, USA
World Relief is seeking a global health professional to join its Health and Social Development Team to perform the following responsibilities: Provide technical support to World Relief’s global health projects in the areas of Primary Health Care, Maternal Newborn and Child Health (MNCH), Child Survival projects and related operations research, Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS. Countries of current focus include Burundi, Congo, Cambodia, Haiti, Indonesia, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda and Sudan. Learn more and apply
Health and Nutrition Manager, Darfur, Sudan
The purpose of this position is to facilitate health and nutrition activities in Sudan (West Darfur) through management of community based treatment of malnutrition, as well as curative and preventive and health programming. To provide direction to the program with the aim of developing local capacity to sustain health programs in the long term. Learn more and apply 
Web Sites with Global Job Listings
CCIH Affiliate lists numerous employment opportunities in Africa.

Internships & Fellowships
CCIH Policy/Advocacy Intern
CCIH is seeking a Policy/Advocacy Intern to support Policy and Advocacy projects at CCIH. The Intern will be responsible for:
·         Developing summaries of policy/advocacy activities for the CCIH Monthly Bulletin and website
·         Aiding in development of “Voices from the Global South” Stories
·         Attending Capitol Hill hearings and participating in legislative visits and other meetings off the Hill
·         Researching current policy topics
·         Assisting in website and social media policy/advocacy development
·         Drafting memos and letters to federal policymakers
·         Other tasks as assigned 
The intern will receive a $250 stipend. CCIH will also work to ensure academic credit is received (if applicable). 
Institute for Reproductive Health
2014 Summer Research Internship
The intern will join the Gender Roles, Equality and Transformations (GREAT) and Tékponon Jikuagou projects as IRH conducts analysis and lays the groundwork for scaling up life-saving health interventions. The intern will assist in measuring the impact of the interventions on sexual and reproductive health and gender in Benin and Uganda. View position description

Volunteer Opportunities     

Global Health Service Partnership Offers Loan Repayment for Qualified Volunteer Medical Professionals
The Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP) was launched as a public-private partnership between the GHSC and the Peace Corps to address the vast shortages of health professionals in many parts of the world. Through the GHSP, medical and nursing personnel from the U.S. will serve specific teaching and training needs identified by host countries. The program's goal is to contribute to increasing clinical care capacity and build stronger health sectors by deploying medical and nursing educators. 
GHSC will provide loan repayment support to eligible individuals for each year served in the GHSP and health service abroad. GHSC will provide stipends of up to $30,000 (subject to change) for each year served in the joint GHSP program to individuals with documented educational loans or other personal financial burdens. | Learn more about the program and how to apply
Clinica Misional Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe seeks medical volunteers in Ecuador. The clinic is a rural health care center in southeastern Ecuador located on the grounds of a Catholic Mission in the tropical cloud forest of the Oriente. It serves a culturally diverse impoverished indigenous population. The facility has examining rooms, dental suites with x-ray, an operating theater, pharmacy and basic laboratory. A working knowledge of Spanish is essential. Please explore the web site including postings by various volunteer professionals, photographs of the region, and descriptions of the community. If you are interested in serving at this remarkable facility email Padre Jorge Nigsch.
International Medical Relief offers short-term medical mission trips for volunteer doctors, dentists, and medical and non-medical professionals. They provide medical relief in areas where health care is limited or difficult to obtain and in disaster areas. International Medical Relief will make all arrangements for a volunteer's stay, including transportation, credentialing, translators, and the in-country stay. The donation applicants are asked to contribute will allow IMR to provide airfare from a central location in the U.S., ground transportation, lodging, meals, supplies, entry visas, and other expenses. For an application, email Shauna. | View Schedule


Last Updated ( Monday, 31 March 2014 20:13 )