Nurse
Opportunities


Medical Lab Technician

WorldVenture in upper Guinea, West Africa is seeking to transform society through a multifaceted approach with each facet aimed at evangelism and impacting a strategic area of society. This opportunity seeks to transform an aspect of the medical profession, improve lives and see people come to Christ.  Read More


Nurse

Uganda has one of the worst doctor/person ratio in the world and easy access to quality healthcare is even harder in the North. Hope Alive!, a WorldVenture child sponsorship ministry, currently has more than 140 children enrolled in Gulu and is also planning to start a primary, secondary, and vocational school in the Gulu area. We are looking for a nurse who can monitor the health of the Hope Alive! students and/or at the school and is able to give health seminars to the caregivers of the children. There will also be an opportunity to teach public health in the communities or partner with local clinics.  Read More


Nurse (RN)

Use your nursing skills to contribute to the quality medical and spiritual care to patients at Baptist Hospital. Be involved in diagnosing and counseling HIV/AIDS patients. Length of service is 1 year to a lifetime.  Read More


Nurse Practitioner

Use your nurse practitioner skills in a quality out-patient clinic and hospital. Be involved in diagnosing and counseling HIV/AIDS patients.  Read More


Nursing Lecturer

We desire that the people of Uganda become well-educated and contributing citizens of integrity, godly family members, and globally-focused church leaders, in order to impact all sectors of society and the world for the glory of God. This will be realized through academic, vocational, and spiritual training of excellence. Your role could be through teaching nursing at a Ugandan University.  Read More


Registered Nurse

The staff at SCH seek to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the women and children of an unreached people group. Quality medical care is scarce in this rural area. Opportunities to share our faith with patients and their families are abundant. Patients often ask for prayer. More providers are needed in order to take full advantage of the opportunities available. The needs are great, but the laborers are few. Come, join us, have a part in what God is doing in this area of the world!!  Read More