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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

  • CORE Group Listing of Positions in Global Health | view
  • A Guide to Public Health Careers by Public Health Online | view
  • Organizations that Employ International Health Professionals | view
  • International Medical Relief Trip Schedule 2014 | 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
 
Director of Program Development, Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.
Help American Leprosy Missions realize the vision of a world without leprosy by leading its grant acquisition and management efforts to scale excellent projects for increased impact. Manage a team of staff, consultants, and external partners to develop proposals to donor solicitations and organizationally determined priority areas. More information
 
Program Development Officer, Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.
Lead grant acquisition efforts and coordinate global teams to develop proposals in alignment with organizationally determined priority areas. This will include growing organizational capacity in acquisition of institutional funding through proposal development coordination, research, writing, and grantor relationships. | More information
  
Global Health Action
 
Manager of Programs, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. 
Global Health Action is seeking an experienced Manager of Programs to build on the organization’s 42-year foundation of improving health and development in under-served areas of the world. GHA is an established, impactful international health and development nonprofit organization with a dynamic new staff team charting the organization’s future. This is an opportunity for a proven program leader to expand the program outreach of a highly respected international organization. | More information
 
Liberty University 
 
Assistant/Associate Professor, Department of Public and Community Health, School of Health Sciences, Virginia, U.S.
Position begins August 1, 2016 and is a full-time non-tenure 10-month position. Faculty member will teach in the Master of Public Health Program nutrition concentration and selected upper level courses in the undergraduate Public Health program. In addition to teaching, the instructor is expected to serve on various departmental and university committees, take part in departmental community outreach activities, participate in student advising and maintain a positive working relationship within the public health and medical community. Research opportunities are available. | More information  
 
 
Medical Teams International
 
Africa and Middle East Health Advisor, Kampala, Uganda 
Guide effective resource acquisition and implementation of health projects by advising and facilitating program development, funding, reporting and evaluation of MTI's project portfolio in Africa and the Middle East. Develop effective relationships with institutional donors. In collaboration with field staff or partners, MTI country and headquarters leadership, develop a common agenda and draft strong project designs for proposals and grants. | More information
 
Uganda Deputy Country Director, Kampala, Uganda 
The Deputy will assist the Uganda Country Director by managing all aspects of MTI's field program in Uganda, including representing MTI to key stakeholders in country, providing leadership in the development and implementation of the country strategy, managing the Uganda programs and staff to provide quality and measurable impact, and more. | More information
 
Samaritan's Purse
 
Ebola Recovery and Resilience Program Manager, Liberia
Responsible for overall coordination and management - both programmatic and financial - of the DFATD/IHA funded Ebola Recovery and Resiliency Program. The manager will guide, train, direct and support project staff in implementing project activities while also providing monitoring and evaluation tools to assess progress against agreed objectives. The program manager is ultimately responsible for ensuring all project activities, data collection, records management and financial accounting is conducted according to internal, donor and statutory guidelines. | More information  
 
Medical Disaster Assistance Response Team Members (Position Receives Daily Stipend) 
Samaritan's Purse International Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) has need for physicians of various specialties, nurses and multiple types of medical technicians. | How to Apply
 
Nurse Midwife, South Sudan
Responsible for providing prenatal and postnatal care at the Maternal and Child Health clinic. Provide labor and delivery services including emergency obstetric care and management of complications related to pregnancy and deliver for women seeking obstetric services at the Maban County Hospital in South Sudan. Will work closely with the Maternal and Child Health Coordinator and Medical Director to manage the SP Reproductive Health Program in Maban. | More Information
 
Women of Hope International 
 
Chief Operating Officer, Memphis, Tennessee
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and as a supervisor to the other staff members, the Chief Operating Officer will be responsible for enhancing the internal organizational processes and infrastructure that will allow Women of Hope International to grow and fulfil its mission. Responsibilities include financial administration and budgeting, among others. | More information
 
Program Assistant, Memphis, Tennessee
Position will report to the Chief Executive Officer. The Program Assistant will serve in a variety of capacity both in office support as well as field program support. 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. | More information
 
World Vision US  
 
Syria Emergency Funding Officer, Beirut, Lebanon
This 12-month limited term position will be based in Beirut, Lebanon and will help World Vision US respond to the Syrian refugee crisis by supporting efforts to raise and manage fundraising from private non-government donors. The position will identify, adapt, and pool program inventory for US private donors, including churches, design customized projects for large private gifts and develop quarterly custom program reports for private funding donors and pooled donor groups. | More information
 
 

 
Opportunities for Students and Recent Graduates
    
Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship Scholarships for Healthcare Professions
Graduate Students in Healthcare Professions:  Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship (MHF) offers scholarship funding for Anabaptist students to learn and serve in cross-cultural mission/service settings in developing countries. Deadline for 2016-17 academic year is May 15, 2016.  See details and application form, or email info [at] mennohealth.org, or call 1-888-406-3643.  
 
Centers for Disease Control Public Health Associate Program (PHAP)
PHAP is designed to identify future public health professionals with a recent bachelor's or master's degree and an interest in public service and public health. Throughout the two-year training program, associates gain hands-on, frontline experience that will serve as a foundation for their public health careers. | More 
 
Internships at Women of Hope International
Women of Hope International has a number of internship positions available. | More information
 

 
Ongoing 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. | More information 
 

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 website 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 at padre.jorge.nigsch [at] guadalupe-ec.org
 
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 at shauna [at] internationalmedicalrelief.org | View Schedule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 03 February 2016 19:44 )