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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

  • Accord Network Member Internship Opportunities | view
  • 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 | view
  • Nurse.org | Includes a directory of hospitals, and information on scholarships | 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
 
Regional Director for Africa, Africa 
 
Lead American Leprosy Missions in operationalizing its five-year strategic plan in Africa. This public health or development professional should bring an entrepreneurial spirit and successful track record to the team and will exponentially grow major programs and related grants. More information
 
 
Global Health Ministries
 
Director, Global Health Administration Partners, Minnesota, U.S.
Global Health Administration Partners is the consulting arm of Global Health Ministries. GHAP seeks to enhance the governance, leadership and management practices of faith-based health systems in low-resource countries. The Director of GHAP directs consultation services, recruits, screens and orients volunteer healthcare administrators in their duties.
 More information
 
 
 
IMA World Health
 
Chief of Party, Kenya Afya Jijini, Nairobi
Strengthen Health and Human Capacity and increase overall health services through the expansion of quality HIV/AIDS services, focused Maternal, Newborn, Child Health, Family Planning, WASH and Nutrition services. More information
 
Director of Development, Washington, DC
Leads the design and implementation of resource development strategies to increase income and build a sustainable funding base for IMA World Health.
 
Liberty University 
 
 
 
 
 
Online Biostatistics Adjunct Faculty
The Liberty University Department of Public & Community Health is seeking a candidate to teach HLTH 501 Biostatistics at the master's level within the Master of Public Health online degree program. More information
 
Medical Teams International
 
Compliance and Grants Officer, Oregon, U.S.
Responsible for the financial accounting and reporting of all grants and contracts for a portfolio of programs and assist with headquarter procurement activities. More information
 
Executive Communications Manager, Oregon, U.S.
Manage strategic executive communications as a primary method for building the profile and reputation of MTI as a leader in the global health field. More information
 
Haiti Country Director, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Guide MTI's work in Haiti representing the organization to key stakeholder in Haiti. More information
 
 
Samaritan's Purse
 
Health and Nutrition Manager (7534), Cambodia 
Leads the national staff in Cambodia in the Maternal, Infant and Child Health project and Smiling Heart project to improve maternal and child health and nutrition. More Information
 
World Relief
 
Health and Nutrition, Senior Program Advisor, Baltimore, Md. 
Provide program advisory support to World Relief's family-centric global health and nutrition development projects. Physical, social, emotional, and spiritual health is integrated into all stages of the family life cycle. More information
 
World Vision
 
Design and Development Officer, New Business Development/Proposal Writing (5022), Washington, DC
Contribute to Resource Development and Management’s (RDM) overall resource targets by leading a team of individuals and technical advisors in innovative proposal design and development of sector and mult-sector grants from US government agencies, and selected foundations. More information
 

 
Fellowship Opportunity for Developing Country Professionals
 
The Augustine Fellowship Program enables service-minded Christians from developing nations to work in a non-medical capacity in a health institution, NGO or mission in another country for a temporary period (up to six months). The goal is that the recipient organization gains encouragement, knowledge, skills and practices from the fellow, and be enabled to serve their clients better. Applications for the Augustine Fellowship are accepted year round. Learn more about the requirements and how to apply.
 
Fellowships 

Children's Nutrition Program of Haiti Communication Fellowship
Manage all CNP's social media channels, conduct interviews and collect material for content, develop compelling content, both written and photographic, work with executive staff on developing and implementing fundraising strategies and the annual report. More
 
Opportunities for Students and Recent Graduates
     
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 
 

 
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
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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