Medical Coordinator in the Pop-Wuj Clinic

Location: Guatemala: Quetzaltenango

Program Duration: 3-6 Months, 7-12 Months, 1-2 Years, Multiple Year

Pop Wuj - Spanish School Guatemala

http://www.pop-wuj.org

1a Calle 17-72 Zona 1. Quetzaltenango, 90001 Guatemala

Call Us

Phone: +502 (7761) 8286

Fax: +502 (7761) 8286

Description

The Medical Coordinator is responsible for scheduling weekly events, clinics, and other daily activities for participants in the Medical Spanish Program at Pop-Wuj. These activities and events can range from conferences for Spanish students in the Program to outreach activities in the many communities served by the Program. The medical coordinator will also be asked to organize the orientation of Medical Spanish Program participants, as well as coordinating between Pop-Wuj administration, volunteers, students, doctors, and the community. See our Webpage for more information about the Pop-Wuj Clinic and the Community Development Projects of Pop-Wuj.

Highlights

Pop Wuj - Spanish School Guatemala is owned and operated by a teachers' cooperative whose job assignments include teaching, administration, direction of projects, direction of extracurricular activities such as field trips, movies, and lectures, supervision of host families, and making teacher and family assignments. These cooperative members and auxiliary teachers also perform all the necessary day-to-day chores from sweeping the floors to rewiring the lights. The students usually find themselves sharing in these tasks voluntarily. Pop Wuj has very much a community atmosphere: we all get to know each other, and we try to make the school "a home away from home".

Qualifications

This position requires the commitment of individuals with a working knowledge of Spanish, interest or experience in working with rural communities, and at least a three-month commitment.

Languages
  • Spanish

Languages Used as a Medium of Teaching
  • English
  • Spanish

Cost in US$:

Cost Includes:

Credit Available

no

Volunteer Types
  • Childcare & Children
  • Community Development
  • Public Health
  • Conservation
  • Health
  • Health Care
  • Health Education
  • Hospital
  • Medicine
  • Nursing
  • Youth
  • Youth Development
This Program is open to

Worldwide Participant.

Typical Living Arrangements
  • Home-stays

Participants Travel to Guatemala

Independently or in Groups

Application Process Involves
  • Online Application
Typically The Application Process Time is
1 day
Post Services Include
  • Job and Internship Network
Year Founded

1992

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