Healthcare Jobs in Ebola Treatment Centres – Liberia

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From the beginning of November through to 3rd December 2014, in the campaign for Aspen Healthcare on behalf of Save the Children to find healthcare staff in the battle against Ebola, we began to look for healthcare staff for Liberia.

In response to the Ebola outbreak in Liberia, Save the Children has already set up an Ebola Treatment centre which will enable them to undertake case management and provide support to some of those affected.

As part of this Aspen Healthcare is looking for a number of clinical staff including Nurses, to provide expertise and support.

Nursing and other Specialities

Nurses
(More details will be posted as they are updated)

  • Nurse Supervisor/Head Nurse (Critical Need)
    • NMC registered RN
    • Minimum 3yrs post registration experience
    • Infectious diseases experience
  • Infection Control Nurses (Critical Need)

Other specialities
(More details will be posted as they are updated)

  • Mental Health and PSS Officer (Critical Need)
    • Clinical Psychologist / Clinical Social Worker
    • Minimum 3yrs experience

    Doctors

    • Infectious diseases experience preferrable
  • Doctor in Charge
    • Infectious diseases experience preferrable
  • General Practitioner Doctor, Staff Health
    • Registered Medical or Nursing Practitioner
    • Minimum 3yrs post graduate experience in General Practice
  • Staff Health Manager (Critical Need)
    • Registered Medical or Nursing Practitioner
    • Minimum 3yrs post graduate clinical or nursing experience
  • Health Information Manager
    • Masters degree plus relevant experience
  • Outreach Manager
    • Qualified public health specialist with complex or emergency humanitarian response experience
  • Health Advisor
    • (Programme technical programme oversight and external organisation liaison)
    • Post-grad Doctor or Nurse with emergency health coordination experience
  • Pharmacists
  • Clinical Officer (Critical Need)
    • Consultant or Registrar in tropical medicine or infectious diseases

Training

Training will be provided which includes relevant organisation inductions and security training, external training on Ebola risk management – hygiene protocols; use of Personal Protective Clothing (PPE) etc.

Benefits Package

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The employee benefits package includes:

  • Return flights at beginning and end of posting, as well as R&R periods for longer postings
  • BUPA medical cover for the duration of the posting and any required incubation period
  • Business travel insurance
  • Personal effects insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Personal accident insurance
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  1. PAUL NGERE APEDHA December 12, 2014 at 8:49 am · ·

    I AM looking for a link to work for you

  2. Victor Otieno December 14, 2014 at 8:29 pm · ·

    I am a Kenya Registered Community Health Nurse and interested im working in Liberia.I wish to know how get in contact with the health authorities there.

  3. Abdia Abdullahi December 20, 2014 at 9:57 pm · ·

    Clinical officer.currently working with MSf swiss would like to join the organization. Against the ebola

  4. Daniel Ogweno Omolo (BScN, KRCHN) December 26, 2014 at 11:30 am · ·

    Hello,
    I am a registered Nurse, with a bachelor’s degree in Nursing and Public health from Kenyatta University. I have a rich educational background as student on placements in all areas of nursing care both in Clinical area and at the community level; 1 year working experience as a clinical nurse with the Ministry of health, Kenya; 1 year working experience as a nursing tutor at Nyabondo Medical training School, 2 years part-time experience as a project officer in HIV/AIDS awareness creation and 3 years working experience with Medecins sans frontieres (MSF) as a nurse in the clinical areas (pediatric intensive care unit), isolation unit, and emergency unit in Dadaab, Kenya. These experiences have enabled me to acquire skills in managing both infectious and noninfectious conditions, working in resource limited environments.
    I would like to get involved in the fight against Ebola. I will appreciate being given an opportunity to work with you.
    Thanks.

  5. Plaxedes Rutendo Mudadi December 29, 2014 at 10:23 am · ·

    I want to help people suffering from Ebola using the health knowledge i have

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