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International Opportunities for Clinicians

Recruiter: Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
Salary: Stipend
Location: Africa
Job sector: Charities & NGOs
Health & Social Care
Job type: Fixed term contract
Hours: Full-time
Date posted: 03/10/2018
Degree Level: Bachelor


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We are looking for obstetricians, paediatric/neonatal doctors, midwives and nurses to work in our projects in Rwanda, Myanmar and Sierra Leone.

All flights, preparation costs and accommodation are covered by the project.

Clinicians will also receive a stipend of per month, plus in-country travel costs.

Comprehensive support will be provided by in-country programme managers and a dedicated RCPCH team in London.
Interviews for these roles will take place at candidates’ earliest availability.

There is no closing date for these positions.

What we are looking for:

Paediatrician/Neonatologist

Essential Criteria
• Full membership of relevant professional body
• Evidence of interest and involvement in teaching.
• Understanding of research methods, and monitoring and evaluation.
• Willingness and ability to collect data in relation to the programme quality improvement outcomes

Desired criteria
• Experience working in a resource poor setting
• NLS / EPLS / APLS provider
• Demonstrable management experience preferred (eg quality improvement experience within NHS; completed audit cycle; guideline writing etc)

Paediatric/Neonatal nurse

Essential Criteria
• Active registration with relevant regulatory body (NMC etc).
• At least four years post-graduation experience, with significant experience of looking after sick and new-born babies and children in an acute setting.
• Evidence of interest and involvement in teaching, preferably specific experience of this within paediatrics/neonates
• Willingness and ability to collect data in relation to the programme quality
improvement outcomes
• Tropical Nursing qualification or equivalent

Desired criteria
• Experience working in a resource poor setting
• NLS / EPLS / APLS provider
• Demonstrable management experience preferred (eg quality improvement
experience within NHS; completed audit cycle; guideline writing etc)

Obstetricians

Essential Criteria
• Full membership of relevant professional body, Royal College of Obstetricians and
Gynaecologists (RCOG)
• Evidence of interest and involvement in teaching, and experience or evidence of
interest in global health working
• Understanding of research methods, and monitoring and evaluation
• Willingness and ability to collect data in relation to the programme quality
improvement outcomes

Desired criteria
• Completion of an Emergency Obstetric Course such as Management of Obstetric
Emergencies and Trauma (MOET) training course, LSTM’s ‘Making it happen’ EmoC
course or RCOG Essential Obstetrics skills course.
• Experience working in a resource-poor setting
• Demonstrable management experience preferred (eg quality improvement
experience within NHS; completed audit cycle; guideline writing etc)

Midwives

Essential Criteria
• Active registration with relevant regulatory body (NMC or equivalent).
• At least four years post-graduation experience, with significant experience of
midwifery practice in an acute setting.
• Evidence of interest and involvement in teaching, preferably specific experience in
emergency midwifery
• Willingness and ability to collect data in relation to the programme quality
improvement outcomes

Desired criteria
• Experience working in a resource-poor setting
• Tropical health qualification or equivalent
• Experience delivering training/mentoring based on EmONC, Helping Babies Breathe
and/or Helping Mothers Survive
• Demonstrable management experience (eg quality improvement experience within
NHS; completed audit cycle; guideline writing etc)




Job description

We are looking for obstetricians, paediatric/neonatal doctors, midwives and nurses to work in our projects in Rwanda, Myanmar and Sierra Leone.

All flights, preparation costs and accommodation are covered by the project.

Clinicians will also receive a stipend of per month, plus in-country travel costs.

Comprehensive support will be provided by in-country programme managers and a dedicated RCPCH team in London.
Interviews for these roles will take place at candidates’ earliest availability.

There is no closing date for these positions.

What we are looking for:

Paediatrician/Neonatologist

Essential Criteria
• Full membership of relevant professional body
• Evidence of interest and involvement in teaching.
• Understanding of research methods, and monitoring and evaluation.
• Willingness and ability to collect data in relation to the programme quality improvement outcomes

Desired criteria
• Experience working in a resource poor setting
• NLS / EPLS / APLS provider
• Demonstrable management experience preferred (eg quality improvement experience within NHS; completed audit cycle; guideline writing etc)

Paediatric/Neonatal nurse

Essential Criteria
• Active registration with relevant regulatory body (NMC etc).
• At least four years post-graduation experience, with significant experience of looking after sick and new-born babies and children in an acute setting.
• Evidence of interest and involvement in teaching, preferably specific experience of this within paediatrics/neonates
• Willingness and ability to collect data in relation to the programme quality
improvement outcomes
• Tropical Nursing qualification or equivalent

Desired criteria
• Experience working in a resource poor setting
• NLS / EPLS / APLS provider
• Demonstrable management experience preferred (eg quality improvement
experience within NHS; completed audit cycle; guideline writing etc)

Obstetricians

Essential Criteria
• Full membership of relevant professional body, Royal College of Obstetricians and
Gynaecologists (RCOG)
• Evidence of interest and involvement in teaching, and experience or evidence of
interest in global health working
• Understanding of research methods, and monitoring and evaluation
• Willingness and ability to collect data in relation to the programme quality
improvement outcomes

Desired criteria
• Completion of an Emergency Obstetric Course such as Management of Obstetric
Emergencies and Trauma (MOET) training course, LSTM’s ‘Making it happen’ EmoC
course or RCOG Essential Obstetrics skills course.
• Experience working in a resource-poor setting
• Demonstrable management experience preferred (eg quality improvement
experience within NHS; completed audit cycle; guideline writing etc)

Midwives

Essential Criteria
• Active registration with relevant regulatory body (NMC or equivalent).
• At least four years post-graduation experience, with significant experience of
midwifery practice in an acute setting.
• Evidence of interest and involvement in teaching, preferably specific experience in
emergency midwifery
• Willingness and ability to collect data in relation to the programme quality
improvement outcomes

Desired criteria
• Experience working in a resource-poor setting
• Tropical health qualification or equivalent
• Experience delivering training/mentoring based on EmONC, Helping Babies Breathe
and/or Helping Mothers Survive
• Demonstrable management experience (eg quality improvement experience within
NHS; completed audit cycle; guideline writing etc)


https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/get-involved/volunteering/global-links-programme

Vacancy type

Fixed term contract

Contact details

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Location

Africa

Salary

Stipend


Deadline for applications

Not specified

Posted on

03/10/2018

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