October team opens 3 nursing / paramedic graduate positions

Our October Wild Nepal team has officially opened up an opportunity for three graduate nurses or paramedics to join the team in a remote clinic North of the capital. With growing demand for access to health care, the team will deploy a small team with varied capabilities working under the scope of a local Nepali doctor. The opening will allow a two-fold benefit for both the community and the graduate. Operations manager Michael Stuth has explained "Nursing and Paramedicine skills of this capability are appreciated on a far greater scale in countries like Nepal, particularly in rural areas and the visiting health care worker also gains valuable experience in a remote clinical setting".

The Wild Nepal Project now works in multiple villages mostly in the Helambu region that was devastated by an earthquake just over 4 years ago. The 15 day project is now opened to applicants who have recently graduated with a Bachelor degree in nursing or Health science (Paramedicine). If you would like to apply for a position, please check out our info pack and email us: to grab a spot - but be quick!

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