To be effective in responding rapidly and comprehensively to requests for assistance, EWH depends upon a small but very committed staff supported by interns and volunteers. We welcome your involvement. Please contact us for more information about any positions.Ben showing the students how to disassemble an incubator

Jobs

We are always interested in receiving resumes from highly qualified individuals with experience in global health and biomedical technology. We are currently looking to fill the following positions:

EWH Institute Manager (Full Description)
Full time position.
The EWH Institute Manager is responsible for 6-7 Institute programs. For 6-8 months a year, the Manager works in Chapel Hill, NC, coordinating and developing the programs. For the remainder of the year, they work in Asia, Africa, or Latin America serving as the OTGC for one Summer Institute and one January Institute.

On-The-Ground-Coordinator (OTGC) (Full Description)
Short-term contractor position.
Multiple positions available: Guatemala, Cambodia, & Uganda January 2019. Nicaragua, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Nepal, and Mongolia Summer 2019.
Former EWH SI or January Institute participants are strongly preferred.
Applications are rolling -- let us know if you are interested!

Internships

From time to time we have opportunities for interns. In the past, interns have helped us with business planning, marketing strategies, Kit design, STEM education, and legal issues. For information about what is currently available, please contact us.

Volunteer positions

We welcome volunteers, especially student engineers, recent graduates, and retired engineers and BMETs. A great way to get involved as a volunteer is to form or join and EWH Chapter. Past volunteers have helped with the EWH Kits program, while others have also had the opportunity to travel to developing countries to assist local coordinators of the Summer Institute program. Additionally, we are always looking for volunteer instructors to help teach our BMET Training courses.

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