DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL HEALTH
As Director of Medical & Health, you will be managing and overseeing all health platforms and medical clinic implementation. We believe that everyone should have access to basic healthcare. Your role includes but is not limited to:
- Create short-term and long-term health initiatives and awareness
- Oversee and manage key medical initiative and implementation
- Create partnerships with medical universities for sustainability
- Train locals to implement medical initiatives
- Create short-term and long-term medical clinic implementation program
- Global health experience and/or M.D. license and completion of residency program
- Clinical practice is preferred
- Able to communicate strategies and big concept ideas clearly
- Honest, straightforward, and must have integrity
- Experience in managing and project management
- Strong interpersonal skills and great team player
- Outstanding communication and presentation skills
- Prior international travel and non-profit experience is a plus
This is a volunteer position, with a commitment of 6-8 hours per week. Work is done remotely, but regional in-person working sessions are encouraged as much as possible for accountability. Our team mainly resides in the NY/NJ and DC metropolitan regions. You will join Medical/Programs team meetings via video conferencing 2-3 times per month. You are required to attend a monthly meetings, whole team video conference, on second Saturday mornings, and all-day quarterly meetings in NY/NJ or DC metropolitan regions, and an annual one-week trip to India.
Please check out https://goforefront.org/ for more info about the organization! Feel free to reach out to email@example.com with any questions.
* PLEASE NOTE - this opportunity is for those who reside in NYC metro and DC metro area only*
About FOREFRONT CHARITY
PO BOX 1818, NEW YORK, NY 10163, US
The FOREFRONT mission is to enable every person, equip leaders and establish sustainable communities.
Since our launch in 2015, we’ve empowered Kolluru and surrounding communities through 12 community input forums. From these forums, we learned that women and children in Kolluru, India spent 6 to 10 hours a day fetching water from contaminated sources. The water would often make them sick and leave them with no time to attend school. We worked with community members to build 31 clean water wells in surrounding villages, bringing clean water to over 50,000 people. We regularly conduct water testing. We have found that the water quality in our wells is better than Indian bottled water. We have distributed 3,500 soap toys to families with children, through our locally, women-led soap making business. Since September 2019, we launched a pilot English program, providing daily, one hour English classes for 15 elementary-aged orphans in Tenali, a city 6 miles from Kolluru. We have tested over 150 diabetes testing for 150 people, and held community workshops on diabetes prevention through healthy eating.