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    Clinician – Aboriginal Team

    Take Two

    Victoria, Australia

    Take Two is a state-wide service, established to provide high quality therapeutic services to children and young people who have suffered significant abuse or neglect and are clients of Child Protection. Take Two is a registered health care provider

    Clinical Nurse Consultant: Diabetes Educator

    Queensland Government

    Brisbane , Australia

    Field Nursing
    Job type Paid
    Contract Permanent Full-time

    Purpose of the Role The Clinical Nurse Consultant is a registered nurse at senior clinician level with advanced knowledge and clinical practice in the speciality of diabetic conditions within Community, Indigenous and Subacute Services. The Clinical Nurse Consultant provides clinical and professional leadership and is responsible to support the multi-disciplinary team in the delivery of specialist chronic disease diabetes care and the delivery of quality clinical care.

    Deadline 23rd March 2016

    Antimicrobial Resistance Consultant (Pharmaceutical Sciences)


    multiple, Middle East

    Field Allied Health
    Job type Paid
    Contract Temporary

    The Objective of the Pandemic and Epidemic and Pandemic Disease Unit (PED) in the Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office (EMRO) is to prevent and control pandemic and epidemic prone diseases in the Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR) through working with the EMR Member States in the filed of global health security and the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) as a priority. The Antimicrobial Resistance program in EMRO aims to provide sound technical support to the national authorities in implementing the Global Action Plan on AMR through: i) Mapping their AMR systems and response capacities and developing and implementing their inclusive National Action Plans ii) contributing to the global knowledge on AMR by establishing integrated AMR surveillance, iii) sustained capacity strengthening along with knowledge and awareness raising activities, and iv)ensuring availability of and access to strategic guidance for detection, verification, risk assessment, communication and public health response to public health emergencies due to AMR that might constitute national, regional and international public health concern in the EMR countries.



    multiple, Africa

    Field Public Health
    Job type Paid
    Contract Temporary

    itle: EBOLA OUTBREAK RESPONSE AND HEALTH SYSTEMS RECOVERY - INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL (IPC) Grade: P level Contract type: Temporary appointment Duration of contract: Minimum 2 months, with possibility for extension Date: 26 November 2015 Application Deadline: 30 June 2016 (112 day(s) until closing deadline) Currently accepting applications Duty Station: Multiple duty stations Organization unit: AF Africa (AF) / AFRO Africa Regional Office (AF/RGO) Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone (including district level)

    Logistician – Construction

    Medecins Sans Frontieres Australia


    Job type Paid

    Do you have experience as a construction site foreperson or in building services coordination? Are you qualified in Civil Engineering, Building Design or Architecture? Do you want to challenge yourself professionally and become a vital member of the Médecins Sans Frontières field team? Join us as a Médecins Sans Frontières Logistician. The Role: Around 2,500 international personnel contribute to a global team of close to 30,000 Médecins Sans Frontières field staff who provide emergency medical care in more than 60 countries each year. Australian and New Zealander professionals fill more than 150 field positions annually. Your role could be: Using your engineering and trade skills to assist in site planning and construction Working with suppliers to negotiate and procure building materials Managing project budgets, contracts and completing regular reporting You may also be responsible for interacting with local authorities and other organisations, and overseeing the implementation of project security protocols. Being able to manage large numbers of national staff is another important element of this essential role. Recruitment is open year-round. Working to deliver medical aid overseas requires a serious commitment. We are looking for people who have taken their time to consider what it might be like and are prepared for a significant challenge. Please ensure you carefully consider all of the criteria and information available on the website before applying. More details about this role: http://www.msf.org.au/join-our-team/work-overseas/who-we-need/logisticians.

    Deadline 1st April 2016