Employment & Service OpportunitiesPost and seek long and short term openings
Employment & Service Opportunities
This page provides MHF members, Anabaptist-related organizations, and others in the larger Anabaptist community to post and view opportunities for service in healthcare fields ranging from full-time long-term employment to temporary short-term service assignments. If you would like to submit a listing, please write to the MHF Office.
Spread the word about SET grants! It's time to start thinking about doing a Student Elective Term in 2018-19! SET is one of the primary tools to encourage the younger generation of healthcare professionals to integrate Christian faith with professional practice. SET...read more
from Eastern Mennonite Missions Healthcare workers needed in Sierra Leone Healthcare workers are invited to serve at a mission hospital in a rural village of Sierra Leone. Begun by the United Brethren in Christ Church in the 1940s, the hospital was shut down in the...read more
Mennonite clinic seeks volunteer medical professionals A small Mennonite clinic in the village of Catel, Guinea Bissau is seeking short-term volunteers (2 weeks or longer) to see patients and train staff. Knowledge of either French or Portuguese is...read more
Puerto Rico aid -- Mennonite Hospital Many of you are aware of the devastating destruction caused by hurricanes Irma and especially Maria on the island of Puerto Rico. Mennonites have a significant history of mission and service on the island, particularly in...read more
Ravi Prasad Jakkula, MPH, recently immigrated to the United States from India to join his wife in the metropolitan Chicago area. He is looking for the employment opportunity in physiotherapy, rehabilitation, public health, or healthcare administration.read more
Physician Needed: If you have a passion for serving those less fortunate in a community clinic setting, we want you!read more
Short Term Medical Educators Sought for Clinical Training School in Tanzania
The Kisare College of Health Sciences, in Mugumu-Serengeti, desires to attract physicians and nurses from the U.S. and Canada to volunteer to teach a semester or two at the school, which is a private school run by the Tanzanian Mennonite Church.