|Special Needs Professionals|
This is a Christian international development organisation which has been working in the region since 1982. It partners with local organisations who work with vulnerable, marginalised and disadvantaged people and aims to establish sustainable projects, cooperating with local staff and sourcing local resources where possible, sharing vision, building capacity and improving professional skills with our partners.
It has been working with people with disabilities for a number of years.
Since 2006 much of this work has been brought together under one project which aims to build the professional capacity of centres through training, networking and organisational development, and encourage the social and professional inclusion of people with disability, as well as develop the quality of community-based care.
There is need for physiotherapists, occupational therapists, social workers with experience working with people with disabilities, special needs teachers, handicraft teachers, psychologist and home care assistants.
As well as seeking personnel with relevant qualifications and experience, we look for key abilities in networking, training, group work skills and modelling good practice.
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|Stories: Arab World|
|Where Christ is not known [Arab world] Jim, an Interserve Partner who was recently forced leave the country in which he has served for number of years,believe that the joy of serving God out weights any sacrifices has had to make. (Go International, 2011 1, pdf)|
|Why Go [Arab world] David is an Interserve worker of a friend of Tom Little one of those killed in Afganistan. (Go International, 2011 1, pdf)|
|Tough Love [Arab World] A Partner of Interserve Scotland writes about her attempts to reach out in love to those around her, even across boundaries of shame and dishonour. (Go International, 2010 2, pdf)|
|Life in a Muslim country [Arab World] A day in the life of Sue, who has been working in the Arab world since 2004. Plus a fascinating insight into shame and honour. (GO NZ, 2010 1, pdf)|
|The Unwilling Diaspora [Arab World] An insight into the valuable work done with refugees in North Africa. (Go International, 2009 2, pdf)|
|Life in Arabia [Arab World] A Kiwi family living in a Muslim land discover that their differences open up opportunities to share about God and His love. (GO NZ, 2009 2, pdf)|
|Job ID||Date Posted||Job Title||Job Type||Location||Duration|
|388||09 March 2013||Counsellor/Psychologist||Medical / Health||Arab World||Long Term|
|390||09 March 2013||nurse||Medical / Health||Arab World||Long Term|
|755||18 January 2013||Palliative Care Nurse/Doctor||Medical / Health||Arab World||Mid Term|
|958||18 January 2013||Nurse||Medical / Health||Arab World||Short Term|
|959||18 January 2013||Social worker for the blind||Medical / Health||Arab World||Short Term|
|946||05 January 2013||Clinic Administrator / Doctor||Medical / Health||Arab World||Short Term|
|800||19 November 2012||Health Professionals||Medical / Health||Arab World||Long Term|
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