We Are Hiring! Come and Join Team PP and Help Make a Lasting Difference to Lives Around The World

As a team we are passionate about having a lasting impact on improving the practice of rehabilitation professionals around the world. This is why were are proud to be part of the incredible ReLAB-HS project where we will play a crucial role in workforce development.

Specifically we are going to create and implement a stunning new model of how we train and educate rehab professionals of today and the future. The work we are doing now will shape the rehab space for years to come.

As part of the project we are in need of new team members to help deliver our ambitious plan, a Language Translation Manager and a Rehabilitation Faculty. If you’re interested in finding out more about the roles below get in touch with Rachael Lowe as soon as possible!

The Jobs

Rehabilitation Faculty

As our rehabilitation faculty, developing online curricula and courses to share knowledge is your passion.

As part of the ReLAB-HS grant this role will be to develop and deliver rehabilitation curriculum, paying special attention to conflict affected and low resourced settings. Our aim is to provide professional development pathways in specific a variety clinical areas, to enhance the clinical skills of rehabilitation professionals all over the world.

These are the skills and qualities that suit this role:

  • A rehabilitation professional with appreciation for all aspects of rehabilitation care and at least 10 years experience.
  • Teaching experience with proficiency in developing curriculum and creating online courses.
  • Experience of working in conflict affected or low income countries is useful but not required.
  • Able to independently make decisions and manage a team of topic specialists.
  • A passion for sharing knowledge in all global contexts, as well as being forward thinking about new education related innovations.
  • Comfortable with remote working as a part-time freelancer.

Find Out More About The Faculty

Language Translation Manager

As our language translation manager, translating rehabilitation related content to share knowledge is your passion.

We’re a global platform with an international community, it’s time for us to translate everything into multiple languages! As part of ReLAB-HS our aim is to make online professional development available in up to 10 languages, via innovative use of technology, to teach and share knowledge with rehabilitation professionals all over the world.

These are the skills and qualities that suit this role:

  • Fluent in at least 3 languages (including English).
  • Preferably have working knowledge of French and Spanish.
  • Able to independently make decisions and manage a team of translators.
  • A rehabilitation professional with appreciation for all aspects of rehabilitation care (you’ll learn a lot from working with the content)!
  • A passion for sharing knowledge in all global contexts, as well as being forward thinking about new technology.
  • Comfortable with remote working as a part-time freelancer.

Find Out About The Translation Role

Our Partner Humanity & Inclusion Are Also Hiring!

HI is an incredible organisation which offers independent and impartial aid to countries all over the world which are dealing with poverty, exclusion, conflict and disaster. As part of the ReLAB-HS project HI are going to be playing a crucial role of implementing the project in Pakistan

Pakistan Rehabilitation / Assistive Technology Specialist for ReLAB-HS

As an assistive technology specialist you will play a critical role in implementing the ReLAB-HS project in Pakistan.

This is a full time position supporting a five-year project. The Rehabilitation/AT Technical Specialist contributes to the implementation of the mandate and the 10- year strategy of Federation Handicap International in the country; he/she reports to the HI ReLAB-HS Project Manager in Pakistan. He/she is in charge of implementing the ReLAB-HS project activities under his responsibility and in close collaboration with HI Technical Unit in Pakistan and Global ReLAB-HS Coordinator (HI).

These are the skills and qualities that suit this role:

  • Expertise in technical support both in strategy and implementation
  • Leading on technical working groups and innovation
  • Holds a degree in rehabilittion disciplines or public health
  • Passion for rehabilitation and assistive technologies in health systems
  • Experience in research projects and capacity building

Work with HI and Make a Difference

ReLAB-HS is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and is implemented under cooperative agreement number 7200AA20CA00033. The consortium is managed by prime recipient, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.