We receive occasional requests for experienced medical laboratory staff and scientists to help strengthen and improve hospitals' ability to diagnose and treat their patients.
Roles generally range from one to two years.
You’ll have a degree in biomedical science, microbiology or a related field with at least two years’ experience in a hospital laboratory. Ideally you'll also have experience of training or mentoring others.
What you’ll be doing
Strong diagnostic facilities are essential in providing effective healthcare and fighting HIV and AIDS. In many poorer countries, general laboratory systems need improving, so that treatment for vulnerable patients can be improved.
You’ll be working with local laboratory staff to improve analysis techniques and develop services.