Ophthalmologist needed in Central Asia
A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development, working together in hope, for the welfare of the people of the country.
This person will assist in the continued development and implementation of the existing programme for ophthalmic physicians and residents in training in eye hospital sites. S/He will assist the project staff to maintain high standards of ophthalmic care both in regard to clinical and surgical practices and procedures in outpatient clinic, wards and operating theatre. S/He will progress the doctors' professional development, training, and accreditation program through supervision, direction and discipline of medical staff. S/He will give advice on purchases, personnel, procedures and administrative issues as needed.
S/He is an accredited ophthalmologist, a highly motivated independent worker and thinker, who is still a team player; a self-starter able to teach theory and demonstrate clinical/surgical principals/procedures. S/He is a â€œpeople personâ€ with good relational and communication skills, who is able to encourage and motivate others. S/He is able to work in cooperation with, and learn from, national staff/authorities, as well as expatriates from various cultural and professional backgrounds.
*Australian citizens and/or residents only