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At InterHealth Worldwide we are passionate about supporting the health and wellbeing of those who are working to make the world a better place. Founded on Christian principles, we support over 10,000 people working for over 300 organisations based in the UK and around the world. We have two centres, one in London, UK and one in Nairobi, Kenya.

We provide occupational and travel health care, psychosocial support, training and travel supplies. We prepared 1,800 people to travel out from the UK to support the Ebola crisis in 2014. Our client organisations increasingly work in traumatic contexts and we have recently provided medical and psychosocial support and training in high security countries such as Turkey/Syria, South Sudan, Central African Republic, Somalia and Afghanistan. We work in country with both international and national staff, and aim to prepare people for assignments, support individuals and teams in situ and provide good aftercare at the end of an assignment or after critical incident. We also provide occupational health care to some 125 charitable organisations across the UK, including churches and dioceses.

London, UK
At our London clinic, we use an integrated approach to healthcare to support the physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing of individuals, which has been refined through 25 years of practice.

For any queries relating to our UK vacancies please contact Julie
Westin or Shelagh Windsor-Richards
at jobs@interhealth.org.uk

Nairobi, Kenya
We have established a regional hub in Nairobi, Kenya. It replicates the model of integrated healthcare we have established in London, and we will adapt the framework for use in East Africa. This is a really exciting step for us and is our first centre based outside the UK.

For any queries relating to our Kenya vacancies please contact Jacqueline Mbugua at jobs.kenya@interhealthworldwide.org


Candidates must be in sympathy with InterHealth's Christian beliefs and Core Values.

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  • Travel Health Nurse - Part Time - BANK - London

    Part Time: Days and hours to be agreed with the Travel Clinic Team Leader.

    Rate of pay: £16.82 per hour plus holiday premium rate of £2.445 for every hour worked

    This role works with a collaborative team to maximise the potential and effectiveness of people working/travelling internationally, through the delivery of whole person healthcare.

    In this role you will:

    • Carry out travel health consultations and thereby increase awareness of health risks related to travel.
    • Ensure accurate and up-to-date information is used to give appropriate health advice and vaccine recommendations to meet the needs of the individual’s travel itinerary.
    • Administer vaccines in a correct and safe manner having fully informed the patient and obtained consent.
    • Assist with the delivery of health briefings.
    • Perform duties within the scope of professional practice to contribute to the smooth running of the clinic.
    • Work within the guidelines set out in the Patient Group Directions and within the sphere of your own competence under the NMCs’ guide for the Administration of Medicines and the NMCs’ Standards for Medicines Management

    You will be a Qualified Registered Nurse with valid experience in travel medicine and have lived in a developing country. You will have a caring and friendly nature and be able to empathise with InterHealth's wide range of clients. You will be comfortable with InterHealth's Christian ethos and values. 

    How to Apply:

    To find out more please download our job description and person specification. To apply please download and complete our Application Form. Please return completed Application Forms to jobs@interhealth.org.

    • Interviews:   To be confirmed
    • Start date:     As soon as possible

    Only applicants who are short-listed for interview will be contacted and invited for interview, therefore, if you do not hear from us, please assume that your application has not been successful.

  • Head of Health Communications & Research - London

    Full Time:  5 days per week

    Salary:       £32,000 - £35,000

    This is an exciting opportunity to support the wellbeing of people working in some of the most challenging and dangerous contexts around the world.  Founded on Christian principles, InterHealth Worldwide supports over 13,000 people working for over 450 organisations engaged in relief, development and missionary work around the world from our two centres in London and Nairobi.

    Are you the person to raise InterHealth’s professional profile, ensure that our health communications take the lead in our field and contribute to evidencing the efficacy of our services? This is a brand new opportunity to take a lead in promoting InterHealth’s clinical practice and our role as a thought leader in travel medicine and the psychological health and wellbeing of people working in difficult contexts.

    We are recruiting a full-time Head of Health Communications & Research to give a strategic and operational lead to ensuring InterHealth’s health communications, clinical information resource base, clinical knowledge management and use of data for researching innovative evidence for practice, is second to none.

    The role includes overseeing the maintenance and development of InterHealth’s online patient portal, MyHealth, which is integrated with our patient database and provides personal health records, published health information and access to InterHealth clinicians. The ongoing development of functionality and features must be accurate and remain in alignment with best practice both clinically and with regards to internet privacy and security standards.

    We are looking for a highly proactive and creative communicator who is passionate about our vision for InterHealth and who has substantial experience in health communications, research commissioning and monitoring and evaluation.

    To succeed in this role you will be in sympathy with InterHealth's Christian beliefs and Core Values. You will have a combination of communications skills, monitoring and evaluating, medical research experience and great people skills with which to lead your small team. You will be able to work effectively and collaboratively with a range of stakeholders. You will be able to adapt quickly to challenging situations, find creative solutions and be able to deliver results.

    For further information please download the Job Description and Person Specification.

    If you would like an informal chat to discuss your suitability for the role, please contact Henrietta Blyth, CEO at henrietta.blyth@interhealth.org.uk or call 020 7902 9000.

    How to apply

    Please complete and return our Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form, together with your CV, by the closing date to jobs@interhealth.org.uk and refer to our Guidance Notes if needed.

    Closing date:         Wednesday 25 January 2017
    Interviews:           Thursday 02 February 2017
    Start date:             Ideally as soon as possible