Critical Care International (CCI) are recruiting for positions in southern Mali.

Critical Care International (CCI) are recruiting for positions in southern Mali.

CCI is a UK based company delivering remote healthcare to the highest medical and ethical standards for companies and organisations operating in the world’s most challenging environments.

The concept and guiding philosophy of the company is to deliver high quality healthcare for organisations working in remote locations, often in resource-poor countries, and to utilise the financial support of these organisations to deliver ethical, evidence based community development projects in the areas of operation.

We have been operating in Mali since 2016 where we provide healthcare to approximately 1200 workers employed at a gold mine. We are responsible for primary care, emergency response and occupational health services to all workers.

Who: doctors at least three years post qualification (exceptional candidates with two years post qualification may be considered) with ALS and ATLS/PHTLS qualifications. You should be comfortable working independently and some distance from secondary care facilities as part of a small team of one other doctor and four nurses.

Leadership and management skills are pivotal to the role and you will be liaising closely with the mine management team to ensure safety of the workforce. You will be supported clinically by CCI’s 24/7 expert advisory team and by the operations team.

Where: A UK-owned gold mine in southern Mali

When: 6 week on/off rotations beginning

Why: it’s a varied and interesting position involving provision of primary care, emergency care and occupational health services to all 1000 mine employees. The major aspects that you will be responsible for include:

• Patient care: mostly primary care and tropical presentations but also emergency response. The latter ranging from pre-hospital ambulance response, stabilisation within the clinic and transfers to secondary care facilities.

• Teaching and mentoring of the clinic team, comprising 4 Malian nursing staff and a west African doctor. Furthermore, you will be responsible for running training programmes for mine workers, including first aid, medical response to cyanide intoxication and snakebite.

• Design and development of a range of risk management protocols including medical emergency response, mass casualties and cyanide poisoning procedures.

• All expenses paid, including flights, accommodation and food, alongside a competitive salary.

If you are interested in the position please send a CV to

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Oprettet d: 21/02/2019
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