Opportunities in Freetown
We’re currently recruiting for the following roles:
Funded Volunteer Role: Physiotherapy Coordinator
KSLP is looking to recruit a Volunteer Physiotherapy Coordinator for its in-country team from June 2017. This person will be based in Freetown and will split time between the Connaught Hospital Physiotherapy Service and the Sierra Leone National Clubfoot Programme. For more information, including details for how to apply, please click here.
Deadline to apply: 5th of May
Funded Volunteer Roles: Hospital Management and Project Manager for Estates and Maintenance
We are recruiting a Hospital Management Volunteer and a Project Manager for Estates and Maintenance Volunteer from March 2017. There is a clear need for hospital and health service management expertise in Freetown, where this function is in the early stages of professionalisation. For this reason the King’s Sierra Leone Partnership is expanding its well established team of clinicians to include managers with significant operational management and service improvement experience in hospitals. This is an exciting opportunity for energetic, focussed and collaborative managers to make lasting contribution to improving health and care in Sierra Leone.
To read a blog post from Laura, our current Hospital Management volunteer, click here.
We are always looking for motivated volunteers from all backgrounds including:
- Mental Health
- Internal Medicine
- Critical Care
- Emergency Medicine
- Infectious Diseases
- NGO and Hospital Management
- Undergraduate Education
- Human Resources for Health Policy
If you are interested in joining the King’s Sierra Leone Partnership team, please send your CV (maximum of 4 pages) and a covering letter (maximum 2 pages) outlining your skills and what kind of work you’d be interested in to email@example.com. Your details will then be reviewed and kept on a database for future opportunities.
Opportunities in London
We are looking to engage staff from across King’s Health Partners and other UK institutions to volunteer and provide support to the Partnership by undertaking trips to Freetown or through online support. We are particularly looking for expertise in health professions, training, health informatics, and communications. If you would like further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org outlining your interest in London-based opportunities.