In collaboration with their colleagues in Malawi and Uganda, key educator roles and responsibilities may include (but are not limited to):
- Providing formal and informal clinical instruction and mentorship to medical and nursing students, residents, house staff and faculty colleagues emphasizing best practice standards
- Modeling professional and ethical behavior in all aspects of health care delivery, education and sound clinical diagnostic and therapeutic bedside practice
- Assisting with creating/adapting/implementing improved clinical guidelines and/or treatment protocols when applicable, and organizing continuing education programs with host country faculty
- Enhancing existing clinical training systems and structures by developing and implementing innovative teaching tools through collaboration with faculty colleagues
- Providing classroom-based instruction to undergraduate and post-graduate trainees, incorporating curriculum development and student assessment
- Providing mentorship/advising to learners and colleagues on dissertations, academic writing, and research
- Supporting professional development opportunities, including in areas of research and advocacy, requested by partner-country faculty and clinicians
To be eligible to serve with Seed Global Health as a Pediatrician Educator, you must at minimum have:
- A medical degree from an accredited institution
- An active, valid license
- Registration, qualifications, and/or other form of recognition from a national credentialing body or board – in pediatric medicine
- Ability to commit to a 12-month placement
- Ability to meet in-country work permit and licensing criteria and obtain clinical license in your placement country
- English language proficiency
Preference is given to applicants who demonstrate:
- Minimum of 6-months living and working in low-resource health care settings either domestically and/or internationally
- Experience handling pediatric emergencies
- Certification in BLS/NRP/PALS/HBB Master Trainer
- Familiarity with teaching postgraduate pediatric training programs
- Experience initiating/supporting new quality improvement programs
- Experience with successful grant applications, research, and academic writing
Pay & Leave Educators receive a monthly salary. Educators are eligible for a minimum of 4 weeks paid leave. Educators are eligible for a readjustment allowance post-service.
Completion Award Each educator who complete a full year of service in good standing will be recognized as an honorary Massachusetts General Hospital Fellow in Global Clinical Education.
Housing & Travel Housing that meets our minimum safety and amenity standards is provided for educators by Seed or partner institutions. There may be occasional situations where housing is shared and some educators may live directly on the premises of the placement site. Seed handles all travel logistics to and from the country of placement.
Insurance Comprehensive medical and dental insurance. Medical and security assistance and evacuation insurance. Malpractice insurance while in country. Workers compensation insurance.
Visa/Work Permit Seed will sponsor and guide you in submitting documentation to acquire the appropriate visas, work permits, and licenses to legally fulfill your duties in your placement country.
- Applications must be submitted through Seed’s online portal by Nov 1st, 2023
- You will be required to upload a copy of your Medical license and CV, complete two (2) short essay questions, and submit three (3) references.
- Job City Malawi, Uganda