Health-related Jobs in Africa
- Global Health Council-Career Network
The Global Council-Career Network can be searched by keyword and offers a variety of health program positions including volunteer and consulting positions as well as those with private academic and non-governmental organizations. In order to view the full posting or to post a resume, one must register with a username and password, which is all free.
- Jobs in Medical & Health Science
Jobs provided by the on-line Science in Africa Magazine
- Jobs: Reuters Foundation
Searchable database for jobs in the health field in Africa, provided by Reuters.
- International Medical Corps
Jobs and volunteer opportunities provided by the International Medical Corps which is a global humanitarian nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs.
- ELDIS: Jobs in Africa
ELDIS is a gateway to information on development issues, providing free and easy access to wide range of high quality online resources. Job listings on Africa cover different areas of development, including health fields.
- Careers at AMREF
Job opportunities with the African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF) the largest health development organization based in Africa. AMREF's mission is to improve the health of disadvantaged people in Africa as a means for them to escape poverty and improve the quality of their life. AMREF headquarters is in Kenya, and has programmes in Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda.
- International Career Employment Weekly
Published since 1991, with over 20,000 readers in more than 160 countries. This is weekly newspaper packed with over 500 current international jobs in each issue.
- Jobs: The Development Executive Group
Job listing provided by DevelopmentEx.com including job opportunities in various countries but not limited to the health field.
Job opportunities in Africa, not limited to the health field.
MedHunters is an online healthcare recruiting agency for healthcare employers, with listing on job opportunities in Africa.
- IHE: Health Jobs
Job listings for health fields in Africa provided by the International Health Exchange which supports initiatives to bring about sustained improvements to people's health in developing countries by providing appropriately experienced people to organisations requiring their skills.
- Reflief/Health Jobs
Job opportunities are listed on this site managed by the UN United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA, formerly DHA). This site hosts data from OCHA and other (mostly UN) organisations.
- Find a Job in Africa
FindaJobinAfrica was founded in 1999 in order to provide an environment that facilitates the connection between recruitment agencies and employers with jobseekers wherever located. Jobs include openings in the health fields in Africa.
- Jobs: World Relief
Jobs in Africa provided by World Relief, which views its mission as one of transformation of and through local churches in both the developed world and the developing world.
- Jobs in Health
The health sector is consistently the largest area in which Christians Abroad is asked to find professional qualified people. Some vacancies are medium or long-term paid posts and others are shorter-term volunteer posts.
- African Malaria Network Trust (AMANET)
AMANET is a Tanzania based organization that is working to provide a forum for scientists and policy makers involved in the planning, coordination, and execution of malaria vaccination trials in Africa. The website includes a newsletter archive, workshop reports, a discussion forum, meetings and calls for applications and papers.
- Red Cross Red Crescent Jobs Introduction
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies has listings for both field postions and positions in Geneva. There is also a link to volunteering opportunities withing the organization.
- Population Council Opportunities Available
The Population Council is an international, not-for-profit research organization. The Council's mission is to improve the well-being and reproductive health of current and future generations and to help achieve a humane, equitable, and sustainable balance between people and resources. There are offices in New York, Washington D.C., and in 18 developing countries.