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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
  • Job & Internship Searches in International Public Health & Development | 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
ILEP (International Federation of Anti-Leprosy Associations)
Chief Executive, Geneva, Switzerland
ILEP is a federation of 14 international NGOs working against leprosy and supports a technical commission of world experts on leprosy. The new Chief Executive will join ILEP at a time of reinvention and renewed energy, as a new strategy was approved by its Board in October. The executive will be responsible for advocacy, communications, technical and network collaboration, governance, and management of the organization. | See Full Position Description
Medical Teams International
Medical Teams International has the following positions available. | View more information and how to apply
Africa 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 as needed.
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.
Director of Operations, Liberia
Oversee the administrative functions of MTI-Liberia. Direct all operations including Finance, HR, Logistics, Procurement, and Security. Work under the supervision of the Country Director and in collaboration with Operations Managers to provide technical support to the MTI operations team and ensure all aspects of program implementation meet quality standards.
Director of Programs, Liberia
Guide development of programs in Liberia, assisting in the design, implementation and overall management and integration of the MTI Liberia Health Program. Work under the supervision of the Country Director and in collaboration with Project Managers to provide direct technical support to the MTI Health Program team and ensure all aspects of program implementation meet quality standards.
Samaritan's Purse
Global Health Advisor
Provide technical support to all Samaritan's Purse health programs around the world. In particular, support health-related programs that address the issues of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), Multiple Drug Resistant TB, Malaria, and other diseases. This position will specifically focus on support of health programming and capacity building of SP health program managers in areas of training, troubleshooting and management. | Learn more and apply
World Vision
Design Development Officer, Public Private Partnerships, Washington, DC
Responsible for empowering and equiping targeted national offices to undertake innovative, useful, practical and scalable collaborations with businesses to advance the success of World Vision field programs by developing simple, useful tools for various practitioners in partnership development, structuring and management. Facilitate field-office strategic planning for private sector collaboration, tapping into a rich network of internal World Vision stakeholders. Lead private sector partner identification according to national office programmatic objectives. | Learn more and apply
Director of Operations, Resource Development and Management, Washington, DC
Responsible for assisting the VP of International Program Development and Management with the internal procedures, policies and operational processes to support the acquisition and backstopping of a large, diverse portfolio of public and private grants. Help carry our our Christian organization's mission, vision and strategies. | Learn more and apply
Program Management Officer, Cash Transfer, Washington, DC
Contribute to Resource Acquisition and Management's program quality and reporting goals through strategic leadership and technical support for the design, implementation and monitoring of cash-based programming in emergencies and recovery programs. | Learn more and apply
Program Management Officer, Washington, DC
Contribute to Resource Acquisition and Management's program quality and reporting goals through the management of sectoral grants in the RAM portfolio (U.S. Government agencies, selected foundations, selected individual donors for grants with values greater than $250,000.) Oversee grant implementation, and provide monitoring and evaluation of the grant portfolio to ensure financial and legal compliance. Set standards, develop tools, and provide capacity building for grant-funded projects. | Learn more and apply

Web Sites with Global Job Listings
CCIH Affiliate lists numerous employment opportunities in Africa.

Volunteer Opportunities     

Cameroon Baptist Health Convention Services
Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services (CBCHS) operates six hospitals and more than 75 health centers in Cameroon and supports many innovative public health programs. CBCHS is seeking family physicians, internists, pediatricians, obstetricians, surgeons, and other specialty faculty to establish a family medicine residency and to support the existing internal medicine and surgery residencies. Missionaries raise their own support, but CBCHS may be able to provide inland transportation and housing free of charge if volunteers are staying for more than one month. Contact Thomas Welty or Dennis Palmer and visit for more information.
Lalmba Association 
Lalmba Association is a Colorado-based NGO that operates Health Centers, Public Health and orphan care programs in a remote area of the Ethiopian highlands as well as a Health Clinic, HIV Treatment Center, Mobile Medical and education and orphan programs in Kenya. It works under the auspices of the Catholic church in those locations.
Lalmba pays no salary but covers all expenses related to travel to/from Kenya, and working and living in Kenya (visas, immunizations, airfare, room and board, medical & life insurance).  The organization is only able to consider candidates currently located and licensed in the U.S., South America, Europe and Canada. 
The organization is looking for U.S., Canada or European licensed Physicians, physician assistants or nurse practitioners
for the following positions:
Health Center Medical Director, Chiri Ethiopia
Lalmba Association seeks a volunteer Medical Director who will oversee the Health Center operations for a period of 1-2 years. The Medical Director will provide leadership over Lalmba’s Ethiopian medical programs, including the health center and 15-bed inpatient ward, provide medical oversight to the Public Health programs and staff, and will supervise and provide medical training to local medical professionals.
Medical Director for Health Clinic, Kenya
The Medical Director will provide the leadership and management of Lalmba’s Kenyan medical programs, including the health clinic, HIV treatment center and mobile clinics, as well as supervising local medical professionals. 
For more information, go to or call 303-485-1810.  If you would like to apply, please fill out the application form on the Volunteer page. | Volunteer Application
World Mission Prayer League
Director, Christian Hospital Tank, Pakistan
World Mission Prayer League (WMPL) is seeking a qualified inidividual to serve long-term as Hospital Director of Christian Hospital Tank, a general hospital serving the needs of the people of rural northwest Pakistan. This 77-bed hospital shares the Love of God by providing essential medical services in an underserved area, with a special emphasis on obstetrics and general surgery, including emergency services.
WMPL will provide a monthly allowance, health and other benefits in line with its support policies. For a detailed job description and/or additional information, contact Gary Hafvenstein at ghafvenstein@wmpl.orgLearn more about Christian Hospital Tank
Ongoing 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 ( Wednesday, 05 November 2014 12:47 )