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CURE has a comprehensive approach to providing surgical care for children with disabilities. We support their families and strengthen the capacity of local church and healthcare systems in the countries we serve.

CURE Children’s Hospitals

CURE International is a global nonprofit network of children’s hospitals providing surgical care in a compassionate, gospel-centered environment. Services are provided at no cost to families because of the generosity of donors and partners like you.

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Motivated by our Christian identity, CURE operates a global network of children’s hospitals that provides life-changing surgical care to children living with disabilities.

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CURE International is a global nonprofit network of children’s hospitals providing surgical care in a compassionate, gospel-centered environment. Services are provided at no cost to families because of the generosity of donors and partners like you.

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Every job at CURE offers a unique opportunity to use your passion and skills for a greater purpose: helping kids heal and sharing the love of Jesus.

“Not taking a dime from the families makes it easy to serve everyone equally, and that’s what I love about CURE.” - Dr. Tewodros Tilahun Zerfu, Orthopedic Surgeon, CURE Ethiopia
"I love that the CURE hospitals are primarily staffed by nationals. For patients to see healthcare workers who look like them and speak their language, they receive more than physical healing–they dare to hope that they, too, can become a doctor or a nurse someday and help kids just like them.” - Kayla Videtich, Director of Monitoring and Evaluation, CURE International
“The best part of my day is seeing kids happy and hopeful after being healed. I’m so thankful that I work at CURE Ethiopia.” - Tigist, Nurse, CURE Ethiopia
“What has captured my heart most about CURE Uganda is being Christlike. Everything here is tagged to God, from the meetings to surgeries. I have the opportunity to connect real life and my Christian faith. At CURE, I can share the Word of God, read the Bible, and serve." - Petwa Akol, Operations Manager, CURE Uganda
“I love how we use technology solutions that balance excellence with cost effectiveness to enable and grow our mission as a global team serving vulnerable children. It gives me great joy every day that I get to leverage the technology experience and skills that God has allowed me to develop over my career to empower life-changing surgeries.” - Kevin de Smidt, Head of Technology, CURE International

We hire professionals who support and embody the following values

Christ-like Compassion

We respond to meet the needs of children and families with kindness, mercy, and healing.

— Matthew 25:40 —

Joy in Service

We love serving children and helping them live life to its fullest.

— Psalm 100:2 —

Faithfulness in Prayer

We depend on God alone who is the source of changed lives and transformed communities.

— 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 —

Integrity Always

We do the right thing and keep our promises.

— 2 Corinthians 8:21 —

Intentional Relationships

We humbly collaborate with our patients, partners, and colleagues for multiplied impact.

— Hebrews 10:24 —

Commitment to Excellence

We strive to deliver the highest standard of care and professionalism in our work.

— Colossians 3:23 —

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We’re making a difference in the lives of children and families. Want to help? Explore current openings on our team.

Accountant - US Corporate Headquarters United States | Accounting and Finance

Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the Corporate Headquarters of CURE International Children's Hospitals is looking to add an Accountant to the team! 

The Accountant at CURE plays a crucial role in creating financial transactions and generating reports, posting data to the accounting software (Odoo) from invoices, vouchers, and credit card receipts. This role involves managing budgets across various projects and departments, requiring strong financial acumen, attention to detail, and effective collaboration with project managers and department heads. The Accountant ensures accurate financial reporting, compliance with grant requirements, and optimal resource allocation, supporting CURE's mission. This position is ideal for an steady and practiced accountant who is passionate about making a difference.

Relocation is not provided. The work location for this position can be either remote or onsite at the Corporate Headquarters in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.
Applicants must be authorized to work for ANY employer in the United States. We are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa at this time.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  1. Communicates with hospital finance staff members regarding various accounting transactions that involve CURE Mission Support Center (MSC)/Headquarters. 
  2. Collaborate with project managers and department heads to provide financial insights and recommendations for cost optimization.
  3. Assist in the preparation of annual budgets and forecasts, collaborating with the finance team.
  4. Processes accounts payable related to certain purchase orders (POs) or transactions.
  5. Oversees the staff expense reporting system, the setup and utilization of corporate credit cards, and communication with the credit card company.
  6. Sends out monthly reminders and communications to staff regarding their expense reports and trains new staff in the expense report system.
  7. Post deposits and wire transfers to the Odoo accounting software. 
  8. Organizes and maintains accounting records in an accurate and timely manner.
  9. Prepares other monthly accounting reports. (Budget to actual, Grant Reporting)
  10. Maintains confidentiality of records.
 

SECONDARY DUTIES:

  • Assists the Controller and the Project Accountant in the preparation of reports.
  • Researches and examines accounting discrepancies. 
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or Finance with two years experience, preferred.
  • Associates Degree with five or more years of general accounting experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  1. Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Gmail, and G-suite.
  2. Experienced with a cloud-based accounting system preferred.
  3. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  4. Ability to build and maintain relationships with others in the organization as well as with vendors.
  5. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

Head of Accounting United States | Finance and Accounting

POSITION OVERVIEW:

The Head of Accounting is a senior leadership role responsible for overseeing the entire accounting function of CURE. This role entails the strategic management of both the corporate and international accounting teams, ensuring robust financial controls, accurate reporting, and compliance with regulatory standards. The Head of Accounting will play a critical role in shaping the financial strategy, supporting financial planning and analysis, and ensuring the integrity of financial information across the organization. This position directly supervises and leads the accounting department.

This is an onsite position, working in the Corporate Office located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.


Applicants must be authorized to work for ANY employer in the U.S. CURE is unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa at this time.
 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  1. Leadership and Strategy:
    1. Lead and manage the Corporate and International Accounting Directors, providing strategic direction and oversight.
    2. Develop and implement accounting policies and procedures to ensure compliance with GAAP, IFRS, and other regulatory requirements.
    3. Collaborate with the CFO and executive team to develop accounting strategies aligned with the organization’s goals.
    4. Foster a culture of continuous improvement, professional development, and high ethical standards within the accounting team.
  2. Financial Reporting and Compliance:
    1. Ensure the accuracy and timeliness of financial reporting, including monthly, quarterly, and annual consolidated financial statements.
    2. Ensure hospital and corporate books are closed and reconciled by the 10th of each month.
    3. Oversee the preparation and timely submission of all required regulatory filings and tax returns, including Form 990.
    4. Coordinate the annual financial audit process in collaboration with the Corporate Accounting Director and liaise with external auditors to ensure timely and accurate completion.
  3. Grants and Restricted Gifts Management:
    1. Collaborate with project managers, department heads, grants team, and others as needed to ensure proper utilization and reporting of grant funds.
    2. Develop and implement processes for monitoring and reporting on the financial status of grants and restricted funds.
    3. Ensure timely and accurate preparation of grant financial reports for donors and regulatory agencies.
  4. Internal Controls and Risk Management:
    1. Develop and maintain a strong internal control environment to safeguard assets and ensure the integrity of financial transactions.
    2. Identify and mitigate financial risks, ensuring adherence to compliance and governance standards.
    3. Maintain accurate accounting policies and standard operating procedures to include monthly accounting reviews and checklist documentation.
  5. Budgeting and Forecasting:
    1. Oversee the budgeting process, working closely with department heads and hospital finance teams to prepare annual budgets.
    2. Provide financial analysis and insights to support strategic decision-making and resource allocation.
    3. Develop and monitor key performance indicators (KPIs) to track financial performance and operational efficiency.
  6. Team Development and Support:
    1. Mentor and develop the Corporate and International Accounting teams, ensuring they have the skills and resources needed to perform effectively.
    2. Promote collaboration and communication across the accounting functions and with other departments.
    3. Support the implementation of internal audit recommendations and improvements in accounting practices.

To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field; CPA or equivalent professional certification is required.
  2. Minimum of 10 years of experience in accounting and financial management, with at least 5 years in a leadership role.
  3. Extensive experience in non-profit accounting, international finance, and healthcare finance is highly desirable.
 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  1. Strong leadership and management abilities.  Open and collaborative style of leadership and well-developed interpersonal skills.
  2. Strong communication skills, both oral and written.
  3. Strong working knowledge of business principles and financial reporting techniques.

Hospital Executive Director (Various Locations) Multiple Countries |

PLEASE NOTE: This advertisement is a general posting and is intended as an expression of interest for the position of Hospital Executive Director within our network of hospitals. Qualified applicants will remain in our database for future vacancies.


The Hospital Executive Director at CURE International Children’s Hospitals is a critical position for our organization.

CURE is a faith-based non-profit organization operating a network of eight children’s hospitals throughout Africa and the Philippines. We provide world-class surgical care and intentional spiritual care to children living with treatable disabilities, all of which is free of charge to the patients and their families. The employee headcount at our hospitals range from 100-150 with annual operating budgets averaging around $3 million USD.

The Hospital Executive Director maintains overall accountability for the operational, financial, spiritual, and clinical health of the hospital, as well as any related programs within the country, and is the primary spokesperson and representative of CURE International, the hospital, and specialty programs in the local community and host nation. They serve as the primary liaison with CURE Corporate Headquarters (located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA), the host nation government, and non-government entities within the country.  

Acting in a strategic and visionary capacity, the Hospital Executive Director seeks to equip, empower, and enforce the hospital management team to execute the functions assigned to their respective areas.  Additionally, they are responsible for creating and cultivating a culture where hospital team members thrive in fulfilling CURE’s mission, vision, and values.   

If you are a highly-effective leader with significant experience in healthcare who is looking to make a difference in the lives of children across the globe, apply today to learn more!

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  1. Facilitate strategic planning for the hospital. Lead the hospital team in the execution of the objectives and initiatives coming out of the strategic planning process.   
  2. Provide oversight to and directly support and uphold the Spiritual Director in the execution of the spiritual ministry program in accordance with the CURE Essential Standards for Spiritual Ministry. 
  3. Provide spiritual leadership to the hospital team to influence team members to accomplish God’s purposes through their work.   
  4. Support both nationals and expatriates in the following ways:
    1. In conjunction with the Human Resources Manager/Director, facilitate the hiring of all staff necessary to operate the hospital and ensure adequate orientation and training of all new co-workers.  Empower the HR Manager to work closely with the MSC to establish fair hiring, performance review, and compensation policies and procedures.  
    2. In conjunction with the Corporate Human Resources Department and Global Outreach teams, maintain overall responsibility for the logistics and needs of both short-term and long-term expatriates and visitors to the hospital in an effort to ensure their personal success and value-add contributions to the hospital.  Empower local team members to execute the logistical details in this regard.   
    3. Empower the Human Resources Manager/Director to ensure that all expatriate and local staff have the necessary paperwork (work permit, residence permit, medical license etc) prior to starting work in accordance to the country's law.
  5. Collaborate with the Chief Program Officer and the Corporate Finance team, as well as the Finance Manager, on:
    1. Development of the annual consolidated budget for the hospital and its programs. 
    2. Overall financial management issues. Overall accountability for all financial transactions and reporting at the hospital.  
    3. Preparation and provision of materials for the hospital’s independent audit.  
    4. Overall responsibility for coordinating and managing an effective inventory management system to ensure responsible utilization of resources and monies.
  6. Work closely with the Corporate Advancement team on support-raising activities related to opportunities for in-country financial and gift-in-kind (GIK) revenue from individuals, businesses, other NGOs, and government entities.
  7. Maintain overall accountability for the management and maintenance and ongoing functionality and dependability of hospital facilities and equipment.  
  8. Maintain overall responsibility for the safety and security of patients, families, staff, and visitors by developing and implementing safety and security protocols and procedures.  
  9. Establish standards for practice management and patient ratification/experience and maintain the hospital’s policies and procedures consistent with SAFECARE standards and other relevant Ministry of Health/Medical Council’s guidelines.
  10. Ensure compliance with all local laws. Monitor changes in the local legal landscape and ensure that the hospital is prepared for compliance with new laws.    
  11. In coordination with the Medical Director, ensure that the hospital maintains compliance with all country medical laws and statutes and CURE quality and patient care standards. 
  12. Develop and maintain relationships with governmental and non-governmental agencies and the larger local community.  Develop and maintain memorandums of understanding (MOUs) that define and govern these relationships.  
  13. Submit written reports of all significant data/activities to the Corporate Office , in accordance with the timelines established. 
  14. Perform annual evaluations of the assigned team members, and set annual goals for these team members.     
  15. Ensure that no practice, activity, decision, or organizational circumstance that is unbiblical, unlawful, imprudent, or in violation of commonly accepted business practices or professional ethics, or in violation of the Statement of Faith of CURE is caused or allowed.  
  16. Ensure that financial planning for any fiscal year does not deviate materially from CURE’s priorities, risk fiscal jeopardy, or fail to be derived from a multi-year plan.  
  17. Ensure that all CURE assets are appropriately insured and that the hospital is adequately insured for any malpractice lawsuits.  
  18. Facilitate connections between hospital senior management team members and related Corporate functional areas to foster collaboration on various efforts and initiatives.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Management or related field.
  2. Minimum of five (5) years of experience managing a multi-disciplinary, medium to large sized team of professionals and non-professionals.
  3. Previous experience working in the healthcare industry for a minimum of 5 years is required.
  4. Previous experience as an administrator in the healthcare setting is strongly preferred.
  5. Fluency in English required. Fluency in one of the local language(s) may also be required depending on the location. 
  6. Knowledge of developing country settings and/or previous cross-cultural experience is strongly preferred. 
  7. Knowledge of The Joint Commission or SafeCare accreditation process is preferred.
  8. Fundraising experience and knowledge is a plus.
  9. Demonstration of a mature Christian faith with a close personal relationship with the Lord as evidenced by a strong prayer life, a commitment to and love for the Word of God, and a call to evangelism.  
Orthopedic Spine Surgeon - Pediatric Specialty Ethiopia | Medical

 

CURE International is seeking an experienced pediatric orthopedic spine surgeon who is interested in playing a critical role in the development of a first-of-its-kind operative spinal program at its hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. We are committed to finding the right person for this role; therefore, we will consider qualified candidates interested in either a full-time or part-time, flexible schedule. 

CURE is a faith-based non-profit organization operating a network of eight children’s hospitals throughout Africa and the Philippines. We provide world-class surgical care and intentional spiritual care to children living with treatable disabilities, all of which is free of charge to the patients and their families. 

The pediatric orthopedic spine surgeon will contribute to the important work of transforming the lives of many children who would otherwise face a lifetime of disability, pain and discrimination. We are seeking a missionally-aligned spine specialist who will embrace this unique opportunity and who possesses a desire to train the next generation of spine specialists in Ethiopia. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Assess patients with musculoskeletal disability, taking and recording a salient history, examination and formulating an appropriate management plan including relevant investigations and surgical or non-operative management.
  2. Diagnose and treat spinal disorders, identifying ways to preserve pain-free function through treatment and surgical intervention.
  3. Participate in traveling to mobile clinics in different parts of the country as organized by the hospital and assigned to by the head of orthopedics.
  4. Treat patients and families with care and respect, adhering to the highest standards of medical ethics.
  5. When surgical management is appropriate, undertaking careful consent, clarifying to the patient (where appropriate) and family member the nature of the condition and procedure that is advised, the risks, possible alternatives and nature of anesthesia required.
  6. Create pre-operative plans for each surgery, and where necessary, discuss with colleagues the surgical plans.
  7. Provide a high standard of surgical care, adhering to the highest standards of sterile operative technique while creating a cohesive team environment centered on safety and quality care.
  8. Record each step of patient care in the Electronic Medical Record and/or inpatient paper charts.
  9. Recognize complications that arise and respond appropriately, including discussing the event with the Medical Director and reporting it in the quarterly Morbidity and Mortality meetings.
  10. Ensure a high level of patient and staff safety is upheld at all times.
  11. Participate actively in the training activities of the hospital and willingly engage in quality improvement projects, audit and research.
  12. Be instrumental in developing the spine service at CURE Ethiopia that is safe and sustainable with training an integral part of the practice.
  13. Actively participate in the development of a Spine training program to include teaching and mentoring of students, residents, and fellows.
  14. Collaborate with international institutions to further support the development of a spine program.

REQUIRED SKILLS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE:

  1. Medical degree from a qualified, recognized medical institution.
  2. Completed an accredited residency in orthopedic surgery.
  3. Completed a pediatric orthopedic fellowship with training in spinal surgery.
  4. Current and unrestricted medical license.
  5. At least 3 years experience in a private or hospital practice.
  6. Moderate ability with the English language required, fluency preferred.
  7. Ability to communicate effectively and professionally across cultures and language barriers.
  8. Strong interest in teaching and training.

Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon Zimbabwe | Clinical

CURE International Children’s Hospital of Zimbabwe has an exciting opportunity for a Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon. CURE is a faith-based non-profit organization operating a network of eight children’s hospitals throughout Africa and the Philippines. We provide world-class surgical care and intentional spiritual care to children living with treatable disabilities, all of which is free of charge to the patients and their families. 

At each hospital, the Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon is responsible for teaching and training on the principles and techniques of orthopedic surgical care to other physicians who may be training at the hospital; overseeing the practice of surgery by these physicians; and continuing to facilitate improvement in the quality of care, education, and administration of the orthopedic surgery department. If you are interested in using your gifts to bring hope and healing to children living with disabilities, contact us today to learn more!

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assess patients with musculoskeletal disability, taking and recording a salient history, examination and formulating an appropriate management plan including relevant investigations and surgical or non-operative management.
  • Treat patients and families with care and respect, adhering to the highest standards of medical ethics.
  • Obtain careful consent when surgery is necessary, clarifying to the patient (where appropriate) and family member the nature of the procedure that is advised, the risks, possible alternatives and nature of anesthesia required.
  • Create and discuss preoperative plans for each surgery with fellow faculty members.
  • Provide a high standard of surgical care, adhering to the highest standards of sterile operative technique while creating a cohesive team environment centered on safety and quality care.
  • Record each step of patient care in the Electronic Medical Record and inpatient paper charts.
  • Recognize complications that arise and respond appropriately, including discussing the event with the Medical Director and reporting it in the quarterly Morbidity and Mortality meetings.
  • Ensure a high level of patient and staff safety is upheld at all times.
  • Participate actively in the training activities of the hospital and willingly engage in quality improvement projects, audit, and research.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Medical degree from a qualified, recognized medical institution.
  2. Completed an accredited residency in orthopedic surgery. Pediatric orthopedic residency required for expat hires.
  3. Current and unrestricted medical license.
  4. At least 1 year experience in a private or hospital practice.
  5. Keen interest in pediatric orthopedic surgery.
  6. Experience working in a multicultural context and environment. 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  1. Moderate ability with the English language required, fluency preferred. 
  2. Ability to communicate effectively and professionally across cultures and language barriers.
  3. Competency and proficiency in orthopedic procedures.
  4. Strong interest in teaching and training.
Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon Multiple Countries | Medical

CURE International has exceptional opportunities for Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeons at its hospitals around the world. CURE is a faith-based non-profit organization operating a network of eight children’s hospitals throughout Africa and the Philippines. We provide world-class surgical care and intentional spiritual care to children living with treatable disabilities, all of which is free of charge to the patients and their families. 

We are continually seeking Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeons to maintain a strong pipeline for both current and future openings across all of our hospital locations. 

At each hospital, the Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon is responsible for teaching and training on the principles and techniques of orthopedic surgical care to other physicians who may be training at the hospital; overseeing the practice of surgery by these physicians; and continuing to facilitate improvement in the quality of care, education, and administration of the orthopedic surgery department. If you are interested in using your gifts to bring hope and healing to children living with disabilities, contact us today to learn more!

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assess patients with musculoskeletal disability, taking and recording a salient history, examination and formulating an appropriate management plan including relevant investigations and surgical or non-operative management.
  • Treat patients and families with care and respect, adhering to the highest standards of medical ethics.
  • Obtain careful consent when surgery is necessary, clarifying to the patient (where appropriate) and family member the nature of the procedure that is advised, the risks, possible alternatives and nature of anesthesia required.
  • Create and discuss preoperative plans for each surgery with fellow faculty members.
  • Provide a high standard of surgical care, adhering to the highest standards of sterile operative technique while creating a cohesive team environment centered on safety and quality care.
  • Record each step of patient care in the Electronic Medical Record and inpatient paper charts.
  • Recognize complications that arise and respond appropriately, including discussing the event with the Medical Director and reporting it in the quarterly Morbidity and Mortality meetings.
  • Ensure a high level of patient and staff safety is upheld at all times.
  • Participate actively in the training activities of the hospital and willingly engage in quality improvement projects, audit, and research.

CORE COMPETENCIES/SKILLS/EDUCATION NEEDED

  • Medical degree from a qualified, recognized medical institution
  • Completed an accredited residency in pediatric orthopedic surgery
  • Current and unrestricted medical license
  • At least 2 years experience in a private or hospital practice
  • Keen interest in pediatric orthopedic surgery
  • Moderate ability with the English language is required, fluency preferred. 
  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally across cultures and language barriers.
  • Competency and proficiency in orthopedic procedures.
  • Strong interest in teaching and training.

In addition, all candidates should be familiar with the Statement of Faith and will be required to agree with the declarations of the Statement of Faith to be considered for this position.  Please click here to read our Statement of Faith.

This is a full-time, paid position that offers a salary with a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to, health and life insurance, relocation assistance, retirement, housing, in-country transportation, and annual paid leave.

Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon - Malawi Malawi | Clinical

CURE International Children’s Hospital of Malawi has an exciting opportunity for a Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon. CURE is a faith-based non-profit organization operating a network of eight children’s hospitals throughout Africa and the Philippines. We provide world-class surgical care and intentional spiritual care to children living with treatable disabilities, all of which is free of charge to the patients and their families. 

At each hospital, the Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon is responsible for teaching and training on the principles and techniques of orthopedic surgical care to other physicians who may be training at the hospital; overseeing the practice of surgery by these physicians; and continuing to facilitate improvement in the quality of care, education, and administration of the orthopedic surgery department. If you are interested in using your gifts to bring hope and healing to children living with disabilities, contact us today to learn more!

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assess patients with musculoskeletal disability, taking and recording a salient history, examination and formulating an appropriate management plan including relevant investigations and surgical or non-operative management.
  • Treat patients and families with care and respect, adhering to the highest standards of medical ethics.
  • Obtain careful consent when surgery is necessary, clarifying to the patient (where appropriate) and family member the nature of the procedure that is advised, the risks, possible alternatives and nature of anesthesia required.
  • Create and discuss preoperative plans for each surgery with fellow faculty members.
  • Provide a high standard of surgical care, adhering to the highest standards of sterile operative technique while creating a cohesive team environment centered on safety and quality care.
  • Record each step of patient care in the Electronic Medical Record and inpatient paper charts.
  • Recognize complications that arise and respond appropriately, including discussing the event with the Medical Director and reporting it in the quarterly Morbidity and Mortality meetings.
  • Ensure a high level of patient and staff safety is upheld at all times.
  • Participate actively in the training activities of the hospital and willingly engage in quality improvement projects, audit, and research.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Medical degree from a qualified, recognized medical institution.
  2. Completed an accredited residency in orthopedic surgery. Pediatric orthopedic residency required for expat hires.
  3. Current and unrestricted medical license.
  4. At least 1 year experience in a private or hospital practice.
  5. Keen interest in pediatric orthopedic surgery.
  6. Experience working in a multicultural context and environment. 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  1. Fluency with the English language required.
  2. Ability to communicate effectively and professionally across cultures and language barriers.
  3. Competency and proficiency in orthopedic procedures.
  4. Strong interest in teaching and training.
Rehabilitation Services Manager - CURE Niger Niger | Clinical

CURE International Children's Hospital in Niamey, Niger has an exciting opening for a Rehabilitation Services Manager! CURE Niger has been a place of hope since opening its doors in 2010. Ours is the first and only hospital in the country to provide Christ-centered care and charitable surgeries for children with treatable disabilities. CURE’s medical team walks with children and their families throughout every step of their healing journey, providing the therapies they need along the way. Care extends beyond surgery itself–including pre-surgery prep and post-surgical rehabilitation and physical therapy. These are integral to ensuring children improve their strength and mobility, giving them the best chance at living full, productive, independent lives.

POSITION OVERVIEW:

To oversee the running of the department and ensure high standard of rehabilitation services in the department through efficient use of human resources, equipment and appliances within the department and provide leadership to the rehabilitation team.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

Under the overall direction of the Medical Director:

  1. Plans and budgets for the rehabilitation services provided annually.
  2. Provides daily supervision and on-the-job training for physiotherapists, occupational therapists, physiotherapist assistants, support personnel, caregivers, students, volunteers and visitors to the department.
  3. Conducts at least ten continuous professional development (CPD) sessions for the rehabilitation team annually.
  4. Participates in developing and or updating at least one condition specific rehabilitation protocol monthly.
  5. Chairs monthly departmental meetings.
  6. Participates in at least four information, education and communication (IEC) training sessions (caregiver workshops and focus group discussions) for patients and their caregivers annually.
  7. Monitors and evaluates rehabilitation services to ensure implementation of policies, network standard operating protocols (SOPs) and guidelines.
  8. Provides evidence-based physiotherapy to patients according to their levels of function and severity of impairments.
  9. Participates in ward rounds to communicate treatment plans and support the medical team in providing holistic patient centered care.
  10. Attends CURE Rehabilitation network activities as appropriate. 
  11. Promotes multidisciplinary treatment approach by liaising with other professionals, such as doctors, physiotherapists, social workers, prosthetics and orthotics team , as well as patients' families, caregivers and employers.
  12. Updates patient records and health educates the patient’s caregivers/family about the patient’s progress.
  13. Ensures maintenance of all rehabilitation equipment by ensuring regular servicing by the Maintenance Team.
  14. Represents the hospital at rehabilitation related activities as required.
  15. Report writing, staff appraisals and overall administration of the department.
  16. Orders stocks and supplies for the department.
  17. Ensures that IPC standards and hospital policies are upheld in the department.
  18. Responsible for quality control of assistive devices as required by patients.
  19. Refers patients to respective specialists for consultation and appropriate intervention.
  20. Provides on-the-job training about Pediatric rehabilitation to colleagues, students and volunteers.
  21. Reports all accidents and untoward incidents to the Medical Director and Director of Rehabilitation.
  22. Adheres to professional standards as required by the institution.
  23. Spearheads and promotes research in the department and implementation of evidence-based practice.
  24. In-charge of all quality activities in relation to this position as per the Hospital Standards.
 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Appropriate licensure and credentialing as required in the country for the practice of physiotherapy.
  2. 1-2 years experience as a pediatric physiotherapist.
 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  1. Strong communications skills with peers, superiors, physicians and patients and their families.
  2. Knowledge of protocols for physiotherapy and rehabilitation of children with disabilities.
Senior Major Gifts Officer United States | Advancement

CURE International is a Christian non-profit organization operating a global network of eight pediatric hospitals in Africa and the Philippines. Our mission is rooted in Luke 9:2 - ‘to heal the sick and proclaim the kingdom of God.’ We seek out the most vulnerable and underserved to provide sponsored surgical care to children living with treatable disabilities. Our hospitals and programs depend on a team of dedicated, talented professionals. We need YOU to consider joining our team as we continue to grow our mission!

We are seeking candidates for an opportunity to be a Senior Major Gifts Officer which acts as a professional representative of CURE to develop proposals and reports that secure funds for the organization by thoughtfully managing a group of assigned and qualified donor relationships (caseload).

Through building intentional caring relationships and plans, the Senior Major Gifts Officer has the responsibility for assuring as many donors as possible are retained as continuing donors and are consistently invited to join CURE in additional giving and involvement. The Officer will also focus on the identification of new partners in an assigned, but non-limiting, region of the United States.

This is a remote position and is not eligible for visa sponsorship. Preference will be given to applicants located in the Eastern United States and in the Southeastern United States regions.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  1. Develop and cultivate a portfolio of 80-100 investor givers and prospects with the yearly capacity to give >$50,000  in order to fund CUREs strategic financial and operational plans.
  2. Create a plan to care and increase relationship with each supporter to serve as a foundational plan for each person in the caseload. Faithfully and on a timely basis, execute plans by inviting individuals to financially support CURE within your caseload as we faithfully fund live-changing surgeries for those in need.
  3. Create individual giving estimates and/or goals for each person in the caseload based on the supporter’s history of giving and the organization’s knowledge of the supporter’s potential, utilizing industry training and methods. 
  4. Encourage investors to attend President’s Weekend and to participate in Vision Trips for deeper engagement with CURE.
  5. Work collaboratively with program, finance, grants, and development staff to secure appropriate program information, including budgets. Subsequently, create offers, proposals, and asks that will be used with persons in the caseload to secure gifts. 
  6. Develop standard monthly reports as outlined by management that accurately reflect caseload activity and performance. 
  7. Use Salesforce to manage interactions and update personal-related information to each account profile. Additionally, utilize Salesforce as the primary notification system for giving. 
  8. Demonstrate working knowledge of Salesforce and Wealth Engine reports to understand regional goals and trends. 
  9. Acknowledge all assigned investor gifts and work with the Donor Relations/Development teams to acknowledge, qualify, and identify opportunities to cultivate investors with high capacity. 
  10. Participate in ongoing education and experiences relating to the CURE network through weekly team calls, weekly MSC devotions and co-worker meetings, and ongoing training and coaching (for professional development). 
  11. Proactively collaborate with communications, marketing, and development teams to develop and execute an annual communication plan for each donor segment (impact reports, appeals, events, proposals, etc.). 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in a related field, or equivalent amount of related work experience.  
  2. Minimum of 5-7 years experience in donor gift development or related field with demonstrated relationship building ability.

The Title VII Exception for Employment: CURE is a faith-based, Christian organization that operates charitable hospitals and programs around the world where patients experience the life-changing message of God’s love for them, receiving free surgical treatment regardless of gender, religion, or ethnicity. Our mission is taken from Luke 9:2 in the Holy Bible — “to heal the sick and proclaim the kingdom of God.”  Consistent with our core commitment to share the Christian faith, a requirement for employment at CURE is affirmation and adherence to our Christian beliefs, including those found in our Statement of Faith. Our religious beliefs prerequisite for employment is based upon state and federal law protections applicable religious organizations, including Title VII of Civil Rights Act of 1964, 41 U.S.C Section 2000e-1.

Equal Opportunity Employer: CURE does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, disability, age, or genetic information or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. As noted above and in accordance with applicable law, CURE hires individuals who align with its sincerely held religious beliefs.

Diversity & Inclusion: At CURE, we strive to hire, develop, and retain talented people who represent our diverse global community. Through our respect for each other’s unique experiences, perspectives, and skill sets, we’ve created an inclusive environment where all co-workers can contribute to their fullest potential.

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