Hours: Either full-time staff role or open to proposals from consultants
Pay: Equivalent to c. £38,000 gross annual for full-time post – consultants should include pricing in application/proposal
Duration: To end of December 2021 (potential for extension of staff role)
Location: Flexible location, potentially with some travel to Manchester, UK
UK-Med is a humanitarian NGO that has been responding to disasters for over thirty years. We train medical teams, both in the UK and worldwide, so they are ready to respond when epidemics, conflict and natural disasters hit. When Ebola struck West Africa in 2014 we recruited and trained UK doctors and nurses who helped local medical teams and other NGOs to bring the outbreak under control. We are core partners, providing the clinical component of the UK Emergency Medical Team (UK EMT) in line with WHO standards.
Following a period of significant growth and international response, we are seeking a MEAL expert to join us to develop new MEAL systems and approaches.
Our ideal candidate will be highly expert in the design and implementation of MEAL activities for humanitarian programming, ideally with an understanding of short-term humanitarian health surge responses.
We strongly recommend that you carefully read the Candidate Information Pack before applying and base your application on this.
Application must include a current CV and a supporting letter (2 pages) that includes:
Applications must be submitted through our online jobs portal no later than Thursday 1 July.
UK-Med is committed to safeguarding of our personnel and beneficiaries and has a zero tolerance approach to sexual exploitation and abuse. We conduct thorough vetting before any appointment is confirmed.
UK-Med is committed to the principles of diversity, equality, and inclusion. We strive to provide an inclusive and supportive environment where employees feel respected and supported to be able to fulfil their potential.
Applications for work in the UK can only be accepted from people with an existing right to work in the UK.