APPLY TO BE A NURSE, MIDWIFE, OR PHYSICIAN EDUCATOR


Overview

Seed Global Health (Seed) believes in the power of people to effect and sustain changes in health education, delivery of care, and systems. As such, we are intentionally focused on human resource for health capacity-building at the individual, institutional, and national level through sustained collaborative engagement with our partners. 

Our core strategy centers on placing skilled and qualified physician, nurse, and midwife educators in visiting faculty roles at partner institutions for a minimum of one academic year. Seed Educators work with their in-country counterparts and institutions to help meet critical health education, practice, and policy priority needs identified by our partners. Together, they advance health professionals’ education in the classroom and clinical setting and enhance their ability to deliver services effectively and sustainably where needed the most.  


Positions

General Requirements

  • Must be available for approximately 12 months
  • Experience working with underserved populations either domestically and/or internationally
  • Have an active valid medical or nursing license at the time of placement
  • Meet in-country work permit and licensing criteria and obtain appropriate clinical license(s) in your placement country
  • Proficient in English

How to Apply

Applications for 2021-2022 educator positions will open on August 1 and close on November 1, 2020 [11:59PM PST].

Benefits

Seed values our educators and their contributions and offers competitive health, financial, and work-life benefits.

More Information 

Do you have any questions? Please read our FAQs or email info@seedglobalhealth.org 

Learn more about our work, visit our blog to read about our educators’ impact, and subscribe to our mailing list for regular updates.


GLOBAL HEALTH BY THE NUMBERS


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Sub-Saharan Africa accounts for almost 80% of the global total of new HIV infections.

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The World Health Organization estimates that there will be a critical shortage of 18 million doctors, nurses and midwives by 2030.

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There are no medical schools in 6 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.